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The '''Sword''' is a basic fighting item found in Minecraft with Hexxit adding more types and variations.  There are swords from Vanilla Minecraft, Swords from other mods, and then there are swords which require a completely different crafting system from Tinker's Construct.  The list below is incomplete.
'''Swords''' are basic melee items found in [[Minecraft]], with [[Hexxit]] adding more types and variations.  There are two types of swords, enchantable swords (including Vanila minecraft and the majority of modpack added swords) and tinkers swords. Non-tinkers tools can be enchanted as usual, using experience and an enchanting table. Tinkers Construct swords can be enchanted, but it seems to be a bug/glitch. Tinkers weapons are upgraded by using appropriate modifiers and materials for it's attack damage, in contrast to regular swords being affected by its level of Sharpness.
 
   
The highest base damage without [[Enchanting]] or cheating are the [[Diamond Giant Sword]] and [[Ender Giant Sword]]{{Verify}}. This does not include tinkers construct swords.
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Swords deal more damage than tools. Swords can also gather string from Cobwebs faster than any tool (except shears), but they take double durability damage from breaking blocks.
   
Holding right click will result in most swords blocking, taking half damage. Some swords have special abilities with their right click, and may not reduce damage as expected. If a shield is in the hotbar, you will switch to the shield while attempting to block with the sword, and once released you will return to the sword after a few moments.
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The sword can destroy all other blocks 1.5x faster than using something not intended for the block.
   
== Mining ==
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Holding right click will result in most swords blocking, taking half damage. Some swords have special abilities with their right click and may not reduce damage as expected. If a shield is in the hotbar, you will switch to the shield while attempting to block with the sword and once released you will return to the sword after a few moments.
Swords can gather string from [[Cobweb]]s faster than any tool (except shears), but they take double durability damage from breaking blocks.
 
   
The sword can destroy all other blocks one and a half faster than using something not intended for the block.
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== Sword Damage List & Effects ==
 
== Sword Damage List and Effects ==
 
 
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| [[File:Grid_Slime_Sword.png|link=Slime Sword]]
 
| [[File:Grid_Slime_Sword.png|link=Slime Sword]]
| [[Slime Sword|Slime]] || || 11 ||
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| [[Slime Sword|Slime]] || 3 || 131 ||
 
*Applies Nausea I on target for 0.5 seconds
 
*Applies Nausea I on target for 0.5 seconds
 
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| [[File:Grid_Ghostwood_Sword.png|link=Ghostwood Sword]]
 
| [[File:Grid_Ghostwood_Sword.png|link=Ghostwood Sword]]
| [[Ghostwood Sword|Ghostwood]] || 4 || 59 ||Applies jump boost 99 for 100 seconds
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| [[Ghostwood Sword|Ghostwood]] || 4 || 59 ||
 
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|[[File:Grid_Wooden_Sword.png|link=Wooden Sword]]
 
|[[File:Grid_Wooden_Sword.png|link=Wooden Sword]]
| [[Wooden Sword|Wood]] || 4 || 59 ||
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| [[Wooden Sword|Wood]] || 5 || 59 ||
 
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|[[File:Grid_Golden_Sword.png|link=Golden Sword]]
 
|[[File:Grid_Golden_Sword.png|link=Golden Sword]]
| [[Golden Sword|Gold]] || 4 || 32 ||Has a lower enchanting cost compared to other sword types.
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| [[Golden Sword|Gold]] || 5 || 32 ||
 
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|[[File:Grid_Nether_Quartz_Sword.png|link=Nether Quartz Sword]]
 
|[[File:Grid_Nether_Quartz_Sword.png|link=Nether Quartz Sword]]
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|[[File:Grid_Darkwood_Sword.png|link=Darkwood Sword]]
 
|[[File:Grid_Darkwood_Sword.png|link=Darkwood Sword]]
| [[Darkwood Sword|Darkwood]] || || 131 ||
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| [[Darkwood Sword|Darkwood]] || 5 || 131 ||
 
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|[[File:Grid_Stone_Sword.png|link=Stone Sword]]
 
|[[File:Grid_Stone_Sword.png|link=Stone Sword]]
| [[Stone Sword|Stone]] || 5 || 131 ||Can be dropped by Wither Skeletons
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| [[Stone Sword|Stone]] || 6 || 131 ||
 
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|[[File:Grid_Fusewood_Sword.png|link=Fusewood Sword]]
 
|[[File:Grid_Fusewood_Sword.png|link=Fusewood Sword]]
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|[[File:Grid_Ironwood_Sword.png|link=ironwood sword]]
 
|[[File:Grid_Ironwood_Sword.png|link=ironwood sword]]
| [[Ironwood Sword|Ironwood]] || 6 || 512 ||Has a natural Knockback I enchantment
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| [[Ironwood Sword|Ironwood]] || 6 || 512 ||
 
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|[[File:Grid_Biomass_Sword.png|link=Biomass Sword]]
 
|[[File:Grid_Biomass_Sword.png|link=Biomass Sword]]
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|[[File:Grid_Iron_Sword.png|link=Iron Sword]]
 
|[[File:Grid_Iron_Sword.png|link=Iron Sword]]
| [[Iron Sword|Iron]] || 6 || 250 ||
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| [[Iron Sword|Iron]] || 7 || 250 ||
 
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|[[File:Grid_Bloodwood_Sword.png|link=Bloodwood Sword]]
 
|[[File:Grid_Bloodwood_Sword.png|link=Bloodwood Sword]]
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|[[File:Grid_Steeleaf_Sword.png|link=Stealeaf Sword]]
 
|[[File:Grid_Steeleaf_Sword.png|link=Stealeaf Sword]]
| [[Steeleaf Sword|Steeleaf]] || 7 || 131 ||Has a natural Looting II enchantment
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| [[Steeleaf Sword|Steeleaf]] || 7 || 131 ||
 
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|[[File:Grid_Diamond_Sword.png|link=Diamond Sword]]
 
|[[File:Grid_Diamond_Sword.png|link=Diamond Sword]]
| [[Diamond Sword|Diamond]] || 7||
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| [[Diamond Sword|Diamond]] || || 1561 ||
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|[[File:Grid_Fiery_Sword.png|link=Fiery Sword]]
 
|[[File:Grid_Fiery_Sword.png|link=Fiery Sword]]
 
| [[Fiery Sword|Fiery]] || 8 || 1024 ||
 
| [[Fiery Sword|Fiery]] || 8 || 1024 ||
Has a natural Fire Aspect I enchantment, setting mobs on fire for 3 damage
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*Sets target on fire for 1 damage for 3 ticks.
 
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|[[File:Grid_Meteorite_Sword.png|link=Meteorite Sword]]
 
|[[File:Grid_Meteorite_Sword.png|link=Meteorite Sword]]
| [[Meteorite Sword|Meteorite]] || || 900 ||
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| [[Meteorite Sword|Meteorite]] || 8 || 900 ||
 
*Has natural Magnetization I enchantment, pulling items nearby
 
*Has natural Magnetization I enchantment, pulling items nearby
 
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|[[File:Grid_Kreknorite_Sword.png|link=Kreknorite Sword]]
 
|[[File:Grid_Kreknorite_Sword.png|link=Kreknorite Sword]]
 
| [[Kreknorite Sword|Kreknorite]] || 8 || 900 ||
 
| [[Kreknorite Sword|Kreknorite]] || 8 || 900 ||
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*Has natural Fire Aspect II enchantment, dealing up to 7 fire damage.
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== Giant Sword Damage List ==
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! Image
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! Material !! Damage !! Durability !! Additional Effects
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|[[File:Grid Golden Giant Sword.png]]
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| [[Golden Giant Sword|Gold]] || 6 || 48 ||
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|[[File:Grid Wooden Giant Sword.png]]
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| [[Wooden Giant Sword|Wood]] || 6 || 88 ||
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|[[File:Grid Patchwork Giant Sword.png]]
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| [[Patchwork Giant Sword|Patchwork]] || 6 || 45 ||
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|[[File:Grid Stone Giant Sword.png]]
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| [[Stone Giant Sword|Stone]] || 7 || 196 ||
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|[[File:Grid Skull Giant Sword.png]]
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| [[Skull Giant Sword|Skull]] || 7 || 240 ||
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*Can't deal damage to skeletons
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|[[File:Grid Iron Giant Sword.png]]
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| [[Iron Giant Sword|Iron]] || 8 || 375 ||
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|[[File:Grid Nether Quartz Giant Sword.png]]
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| [[Nether Quartz Giant Sword|Quartz]] || 8 || 525 ||
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|[[File:Grid Livingmetal Giant Sword.png]]
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| [[Livingmetal Giant Sword|Livingmetal]] || 8 || 375 ||
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*Has natural Knockback II enchantment.
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*Durability recovered when souls are collected.
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|[[File:Grid Biomass Giant Sword.png]]
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| [[Biomass Giant Sword|Biomass]] || 8 || 225 ||
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*Durability recovered when blood is collected.
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|[[File:Grid Diamond Giant Sword.png]]
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| [[Diamond Giant Sword|Diamond]] || 9 || 2341 ||
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|[[File:Grid Ender Giant Sword.png]]
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| [[Ender Giant Sword|Ender]] || 9 || 1350 ||
 
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[[File:185px-2013-07-02_12.46.37.png|thumb|A player holding a Diamond Giant Sword.]]
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== Bigsword Damage List ==
 
== Bigsword Damage List ==
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! Image
 
! Image
! Material !! Damage
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! Material !! Damage !! Durability !! Additional Effects
!Durability
 
!Additional effects
 
 
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|[[File:Grid_Iron_Bigsword.png]]
 
|[[File:Grid_Iron_Bigsword.png]]
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| [[Iron Bigsword]] || 6 || style="text-align:center;"| 250 ||Sword does 1-9 splash damage when using the charge-up attack (holding right mouse button).  This does more damage the longer the mouse button is held down.  This ability uses 2 durability per mob hit with the splash damage.
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|Sword does 1-9 splash damage when using the charge-up attack (holding right mouse button).  This does more damage the longer the mouse button is held down.  This ability uses 2 durability per mob hit with the splash damage.
 
 
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|[[File:Grid_Diamond_Bigsword.png|left]]
 
|[[File:Grid_Diamond_Bigsword.png|left]]
| [[Diamond Bigsword]] ||7
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| [[Diamond Bigsword]] || 7 || style="text-align:center;"| 1561 ||Sword does 1-15 splash damage when using the charge-up attack (holding right mouse button).  This does more damage the longer the mouse button is held down.  This ability uses 2 durability per mob hit with the splash damage.
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|Sword does 1-15 splash damage when using the charge-up attack (holding right mouse button).  This does more damage the longer the mouse button is held down.  This ability uses 2 durability per mob hit with the splash damage.
 
 
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|[[File:Grid_Monking_Bigsword.png]]
 
|[[File:Grid_Monking_Bigsword.png]]
| [[Monking Sword]] ||
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| [[Monking Sword]] || 3-6 (Splash) || style="text-align:center;"| 2048 ||Sword does 6 splash damage when using the charge-up attack (holding right mouse button).  This does not need to be charged and will not do more damage if the moues button is held down longer.  This ability uses 1-2 durability per mob hit with the splash damage.
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|6 splash damage when using the charge-up attack (holding right mouse button).  This does not need to be charged and will not do more damage if the mouse button is held down longer.  This ability uses 1-2 durability per mob hit with the splash damage.
 
 
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Standard Minecraft recipes all follow this standard set-up replacing the diamond with the appropriate material. The quartz sword can use any type of quartz block in place of the diamond.
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Standard Minecraft recipes all follow this standard set-up replacing the diamond with an appropriate material. Quartz sword can use any types of quartz block in place of the diamond.
   
*Note: All Meteorite Tools require iron ingots instead of sticks.
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*Note: All Meteorite Tools need iron ingots instead of sticks.
 
{{Grid/Crafting Table
 
{{Grid/Crafting Table
 
|B1=Meteor Chip
 
|B1=Meteor Chip
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|Output=Meteorite Sword}}
 
|Output=Meteorite Sword}}
   
== Giant Swords ==
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=== Giant Swords ===
{{For|the full article|Giant Swords}}
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{{Grid/Crafting Table
Giant Swords are a variation of the regular swords that will increase the amount of damage done by the normal variant. When guarding with a Giant Sword, damage caused directly by mobs will not be taken (i.e. arrows, creeper explosions, but fire and fall damage are not blocked).
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|A2=Diamond
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|A3=Stick
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|B1=Diamond
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|B2=Diamond
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|B3=Diamond
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|C1=Diamond
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|C2=Diamond
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|Output=Diamond Giant Sword}}
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Excluding the recipes below, the above may have the diamonds replaced with any appropriate material.
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*Note: Wooden Giant swords can only be crafted with Oak, Spruce, Jungle, or Birch logs.
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[[Skull Giant Sword]]
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{{Grid/Crafting_Table
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|A2=Bone
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|A3=Stick
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|B1=Bone
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|B2=Skeleton Skull
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|B3=Bone
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|C1=Bone
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|C2=Bone
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|Output=Skull Giant Sword}}
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[[Ender Giant Sword]]
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{{Grid/Crafting_Table
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|A2=Obsidian
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|A3=Blaze Rod
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|B1=Obsidian
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|B2=Eye of Ender
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|B3=Obsidian
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|C1=Obsidian
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|C2=Obsidian
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|Output=Ender Giant Sword}}
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[[Nether Quartz Giant Sword]]
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{{Grid/Crafting_Table
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|A2=Nether Quartz
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|A3=Blaze Rod
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|B1=Nether Quartz
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|B2=Nether Quartz
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|B3=Nether Quartz
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|C1=Nether Quartz
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|C2=Nether Quartz
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|Output=Nether Quartz Giant Sword}}
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[[Patchwork Giant Sword]]
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{{Grid/Crafting_Table
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|A2=Rotten Flesh
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|A3=Rotten Flesh
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|B1=Rotten Flesh
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|B2=Rotten Flesh
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|B3=Rotten Flesh
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|C1=Rotten Flesh
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|C2=Rotten Flesh
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|Output=Patchwork Giant Sword}}
   
 
== Tinker's Construct ==
 
== Tinker's Construct ==
 
Note: This section is incomplete.
 
Note: This section is incomplete.
   
There are various types of swords that can be created by [[Tinkers' Construct]].  It is a completely different type of crafting system than Minecraft's built-in system with crafting tables.  There are [[Broadsword]]s, [[Longsword]]s, [[Rapier]]s, [[Dagger (Tinkers' Construct)|Daggers]], [[Cutlass]]es, and [[Cleaver]]s. Tinker's tools are upgraded with modifiers, not by enchantments. To read more about Tinker's Construct, click [[Tinkers' Construct|here]]. 
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There are various types of swords that can be created by [[Tinkers' Construct]].  It is a completely different type of crafting system than Minecraft's built in system with crafting tables.  There are [[Broadsword]]s, [[Longsword]]s, [[Rapier]]s, [[Dagger (Tinkers' Construct)|Daggers]], [[Cutlass]]es, [[Cleaver]]s, and [[Large Sword]]s.  To read more about Tinker's Construct, click [[Tinkers' Construct|here]]. 
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[[Category:Weapons]]
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[[Category:Vanilla]]
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[[Category:Items]]
   
   
 
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{{Bignav/Vanilla Items}}
 
{{Bignav/Asgard Shield Items}}
 
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