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Both of the Fiery Tools. Fiery Axes, Fiery Hoes and Fiery Shovels do not exist.
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Fiery Tools are tools made from Fiery Ingots that have enchantments innately applied to them when crafted. Two types of Fiery Tools can be created, the Fiery Pick and the Fiery Sword, each of which require Blaze Rods in place of normal Sticks. Fiery Tools require one or more Hydra defeats to get Fiery Blood to create the Fiery Ingots.
The Fiery Pick is a pickaxe which is created the same way that one would create a normal pickaxe, but with Blaze Rods instead of Sticks. Due to the fiery nature of the ingots, a higher tier of stick is necessary. The Fiery Pickaxe has the Auto-Smelting "enchantment" applied to it whether it is spawned in or manually crafted. This is not a formal "enchantment" as the pick does not have the enchantment "glow" on it and the enchantment cannot be applied to either a Book or another tool using an Enchanting Table.
The Fiery Pick is able to automatically smelt any and all blocks that can be smelted, automatically dropping the product of the smelting upon mining. The Fiery Pick does so by checking the drop of the block, then checking to see if the drop can be smelted; if it can be smelted, this smelted drop is given to the player, and if not, the normal drop is given to the player. Thus, mining a log of any type will return Charcoal, mining Iron, Gold, Silver, Lead, Copper, and other ores that normally drop blocks will return their respective ingots, mining Stone or Cobblestone returns Stone (as Stone drops Cobble which is smelted into Stone) and so forth. Note that although Redstone and Lapis Lazuli Ore have smelting recipes, the Fiery Pick does not smelt them, as mining these ores normally makes them drop Redstone Dust and Lapis Lazuli items, which cannot be smelted.
With blocks other than very common blocks such as Stone or Logs, the Fiery Pick will also return approximately the quantity of experience that the player would get from smelting the block manually.
The Fiery Pickaxe has 1024 durability, just under four times the durability of a regular Iron Pickaxe but with a much higher cost, as a Hydra defeat and the ability to acquire Blaze Rods with relative ease are both necessary. The Fiery Pickaxe is twice as durable as the corresponding pick in the Ironwood Tools category, but just under eight times as durable as the corresponding pick in the Steeleaf Tools category. However, while the Steeleaf Pick is less durable, it can also mine Obsidian, something that the Fiery Pickaxe cannot do.
The Fiery Sword is a sword which is created in the same way that one would create a normal sword, but with a Blaze Rod instead of a Stick. The Fiery Sword automatically has the Fire Aspect enchantment applied to it, which functions exactly the same as it does in vanilla Minecraft. The Fiery Sword also has 1024 durability. The Fiery Sword deals 3.5 hearts per hit (7 health) and does another 2 hearts in fire damage, exactly the same as that of a Diamond Sword. However, the Fiery Sword has 2/3 of the durability of the Diamond Sword, making it a very close race as to whether a Diamond Sword or a Fiery Sword is better.
Assuming that the fire damage effect of the Fiery Sword is fully used and that neither sword ever deals any critical hits, the Fiery Sword deals just barely more lifetime damage than a Diamond Sword. However, utilizing the fire aspect effect to its full potential is very difficult, especially under fire, and as such, a Diamond Sword may be better for more haphazard combat strategies.