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- Harken Scythe. It is obtained by imbuing Iron Ingots with Souls through an Altar of Souls and can be used to make weapons, tools, and armor that repairs themselves as the user obtains more souls. Livingmetal is a crafting material added by
ObtainingEditFive Souls are required to imbue one Iron Ingot and convert it into a Livingmetal Ingot. For this, Souls must be collected by killing mobs with a Scythe, then using an Essence Keeper or Essence Vessel on the soul that is produced. When at a least (x number) souls have been collected in one of the aforementioned containers, they can be deposited in a Soul Crucible that is placed one block away from an Altar of Souls (at most). You must then place an iron ingot in the slot provided in the GUI of the Altar of Souls and click "Imbue". The souls will be consumed in the process.
One fully-filled Soul Crucible can imbue 10 ingots with souls before depleting. For more information see the Altar of Souls page.
Livingmetal Ingots and Livingmetal items can very rarely be found as loot in dungeon chests. Some rare/ultra mobs can also drop Livingmetal tools and weapons.
Livingmetal is used to make weapons, tools, and armor. Nine ingots can be used to make a Livingmetal Block, which will slowly heal anyone who stands on it.
Livingmetal is recognized by the Asgard Shield mod and can be used to craft Giant Swords and Shields.
Weapons and ToolsEdit
Livingmetal items will repair themselves by 2 durability points with each Soul collected with either a Soulkeeper, an Essence Keeper, a Soul Vessel or an Essence Vessel. Only the act of harvesting is needed for the Livingmetal items to repair themselves. The soul is not consumed in the process, allowing it to be used elsewhere.
Of course, Livingmetal items can also be repaired in the traditional fashion, using an Anvil and Livingmetal Ingots.
- The Livingmetal Scythe and Giant Sword don't seem to be
repaired by collecting souls.