Metallurgy 3

Metallurgy 3
Name Metallurgy 3
Creator Unknown
Latest Version Unknown
Minecraft Version Unknown
Forum Minecraft Forum thread
Root Mod Unknown
Modpacks Blood N' Bones
New World Mod Pack

Metallurgy 3 is a mod which adds a few dozen new metals to the game, including real-world ores, fantasy ores, strange nether ores, and other elements. It also adds machines for processing metals, plus armor, tools and weapons made from them.

The metals are divided by the authors into a few categories, all of which are installed by default in the New World Mod Pack.

The home page on the Minecraft Forum has a lot more information, including a detailed grid of which metals can break which ores.


Base Metals[edit]

Copper, Tin, Bronze, Hepatizon, Angmallen, Tungsten, Damascus Steel, Manganese, and Steel.

Precious Metals[edit]

Zinc, Brass, Silver, Electrum, and Platinum.

Fantasy Metals[edit]

Prometheum, Deep Iron, Infuscolium, Black Steel, Oureclase, Aredrite, Astral Silver, Carmot, Mithril, Rubracium, Quicksilver, Haderoth, Orichalcum, Celenegil, Adamantine, Atlarus, and Tartarite.

Nether Metals[edit]

Ignatius, Shadow Iron, Lemurite, Shadow Steel, Midasium, Vyroxeres, Ceruclase, Adluorite, Inolashite, Kalendrite, Amordrine, Vulcanite, and Sanguinite.

Ender Metals[edit]

Eximite, Meutoite, and Desichalkos.

Utility Ores[edit]

Phosphorite, Sulfur, Saltpeter, Magnesium, Potash, and Bitumen. "These ores drop straight items that are used to craft Fertilizer (Bonemeal replacement), Gunpowder, Tar (Stickyball replacement) and for some more powerful TnT."


Pickaxe tiers:

  • Wood+ = Wood, Gold, Brass, and Silver
  • Stone+ = Stone, Copper, Electrum, Ignatus, Shadow Iron, and Promethium
  • Bronze+ = Bronze, Hepatizon, Platinum, Shadow Steel, Deep Iron, and Black Steel
  • Steel+ = Steel, Diamond, Midasium, Vyroxeres, Ceruclase, Oureclase, Aredrite, and Eximite
  • Inolashite+ = Inolashite, Kalendrite, Amordrine, Astral Silver, Carmot, Mithril, Quicksilver, Haderoth, and Desichalkos
  • Vulcanite+ = Vulcanite, Sanguinite, Orichalcum, Celenegil, Adamantine, Atlarus, and Tartarite


  • Stone
  • Coal
  • Zinc


  • Copper
  • Tin
  • Iron
  • Silver
  • Ignatius
  • Shadow Iron
  • Lemurite
  • Promethium
  • Deep Iron
  • Infuscolium
  • Phosphorite
  • Sulfur
  • Saltpeter
  • Magnisium
  • Bitumen
  • Potash


  • Gold
  • Manganese
  • Diamond
  • Redstone
  • Lapis
  • Emerald
  • Platinum
  • Midasium
  • Vyroxeres
  • Ceruclase
  • Adluorite
  • Oureclase
  • Aredrite


  • Obsidian
  • Kalendrite
  • Astral Silver
  • Carmot
  • Mithril
  • Rubracium
  • Eximite
  • Meutoite


  • Vulcanite
  • Orichalcum


  • Sanguinite
  • Adamantine
  • Atlarus


  • Bronze = Copper + Tin
  • Hepatizon = Bronze + Gold
  • Angmallen = Iron + Gold
  • Damascus Steel = Iron + Bronze
  • Steel = Iron + Manganese
  • Brass = Copper + Zinc
  • Electrum = Gold + Silver
  • Shadow Steel = Shadow Iron + Lemurite
  • Inolashite = Ceruclase + Adluorite
  • Amordrine = Kalendrite + Platinum
  • Black Steel = Deep Iron + Infuscolium
  • Quicksilver = Mithril + Silver
  • Haderoth = Mithril + Rubracium
  • Celenegil = Orichalcium + Platinum
  • Tartarite = Adamantine + Atlarus


Many of the metals from Metallurgy are able to be crafted into swords with unique properties which apply on hitting another entity. Some of these are beneficial to the wielder, while others are harmful to the victim. These effects have a 30% chance to apply with each hit.

Material Effect
Deep Iron Blindness
Black Steel Blindness II
Oureclase Resistance
Mithril Haste
Quicksilver Speed
Haderoth Haste
Orichalcum Resistance II
Haderoth Haste, Ignite II
Celenegil Resistance IV
Adamantine Fire Resist
Atlarus Strength
Tartarite Wither II
Ignatius Ignite
Shadow Iron Weakness
Vyroxeres Poison
Ceruclase Slowness
Kalendrite Regeneration
Vulcanite Ignite II
Sanguinite Wither
Shadow Steel Weakness II
Inolashite Poison, Slowness
Amordrine Healing


Metallurgy 3 adds 6 new types of machines for you to craft.

  • Crushers: This machine will slowly, but surely crush the ores into fine dust, and doubling the output of the ore.
  • Metal Furnaces: This is your standard furnace, except the metal furnaces are faster and more fuel efficient.
  • Precious Metal Chests: The metal chests are normal storage inventories, but the chests can hold a larger amount of items compared to their wooden counterparts.
  • Mint: The mint is a special machine, that can hold a single metal bar, and when given a redstone pulse, convert the bar in its inventory to coins.
  • Smelters: These nether smelters work much like a furnace, except they use lava to smelt down items at a much faster pace than furnaces.
  • Abstractors: This nifty machine can convert a metal ingot into raw experience, consuming fantasy dust in the process.
  • Tartarite Enchanter: It's an upgraded version of the standard enchanter.