Aegisalt Bar is an old crafting material refined from Aegisalt Ore. It was removed from the game in update Rampaging Koala and replaced with. Ferozium Bar is an old crafting material refined from Aegisalt Bars and Coal. It was removed from the game in update Rampaging Koala and. Aegisalt Ore is a mineable ore which yields Refined Aegisalt when smelted at an Atomic Furnace. Each ore can be refined into 30 pixels using a Refinery. It can be found on planets with Extreme (Tier 5) or Inconceivable (Tier 6) threat levels.
There is seemingly no ferozium ore or recipe to craft the bars, so is the beta over at this point or? I believe other tiers are in the game already. Arcaster, Dec 5 I can't even find aegisalt yet, and I've checked a ton of planets. Refined Aegisalt. Refinedaegisalt infobox. Fairly generic-looking, but not quite perfect. Type, Material. Sub-Type, Bar. Rarity, Rare. Tooltip, Aegisalt distilled to its. I'm can't seem to make any ferozium, impervium, or cerulium. Starbound is a 2D extraterrestrial sandbox adventure game Ferozium Compound is a crafting material made by smelting Refined Aegisalt and a Gold Bar.
Copper Bar is a crafting material refined from Copper Ore using a furnace. Copper Bars is the objective of the early game tech quest Let's Get. Refined Aegisalt. Same here, I think it's just not in the game yet. On level 40 aegisalt bar + coal = ferozium bar I have all the upgrades, I just wasn't able to craft the bars. #6. Ferozium Bar is a crafting material in the game Starbound. Contents. [hide]. 1 Rarity; 2 Description; 3 Crafting Station; 4 Ingredients. Rarity. The best ores are deep underground - Ores - Craftsmans Guide - Starbound - Beta - need to put it in the Stone Furnace, Thanks to which you will receive Bars. . Aegisalt - Ores - Craftsmans Guide - Starbound - Beta - Game Guide and . Starbound > Discussioni generali > Dettagli della discussione. Forest Duck Same here, I think it's just not in the game yet. On level aegisalt bar + coal = ferozium bar cerulium I have all the upgrades, I just wasn't able to craft the bars . #6.
Each ore Aegisalt Ore rajnpo.tk Aegisalt Ore & Bars. Mar 29, Refined Starbound Game Server Providers · Dristen • 19 Starbound Wiki! Get Started. Aegisalt Bar is an old crafting material refined from Aegisalt Ore. the game, and I'm getting kinda and you can get plenty of stuff like aegisalt and violium at that. Rampaging Koala: Added (replaced Aegisalt Bar). The Aegisalt tech Ferozium Bar: Starbound Game Server Providers · Dristen • 19 Starbound Wiki! Get. where to find gold ore starbound Quietus Ore FrackinUniverse Wiki Menu Home Answers Boards Community Contribute Games Whats New Farming Gold Ore is a great way to make gold There usually isnt much gold ore or gold bars on the . Starboundwiki Gold Ore Ferozium Ore Aegisalt Ore Violium Ore Solarium.
For Starbound on the PC, FAQ/Walkthrough by RedIsPoetic. Main game progression, basics covering everything, a crafting and other .. Obtain 2x Iron Ore and smelt it in a furnace to obtain an Iron Bar. 10 Aegisalt Bars. This is a description of game mechanics in the Starbound Universe as of v. Sector X level 5 & 6 planets have Aegisalt & Uranium Ore. All metal bars will require 2 ores to be smelted with the exception of diamonds which require 4 ores to.
Starbound's crafting system is more robust than it's ever been pre-full release, and it's pretty overwhelming for players both brand new to the game and coming back after a nearly three year hiatus. So many crafting stations and so little explanation makes for a confusing, but fun, time.
If you're finding that you're taking too much damage from monsters and are in dire need of some armor, it's time to get accustomed to the game's crafting system and make yourself some equipment.
The basic iron armor set you can craft early on in the game is pretty decent for keeping you alive against weaker monsters and can make your early game life much easier. And hey, while you're crafting it you get used to messing around with the game's crafting system. There's not much here to lose.
The first crafting station you need to make is the Inventor's Table, which can be done via the basic crafting menu you have available by default.
Click this icon or press the 'C' key to enter Basic Crafting.
To craft the Inventor's Table you need:
Once you've made and placed your Inventor's Table, press the 'E' key to interact with the table and have access to its blueprints. The next station you need to make is the Primitive Furnace via the Inventor's Table.
To craft the Primitive Furnace you need:
The Torch is also made via basic crafting and requires 1 Wooden Log and 1 Coal.
The next step requires the Anvil, which is also made via the Inventor's Table. But in order to craft the Anvil you need Iron Bars, which you must make with the Primitive Furnace you just crafted and hopefully placed.
If you have any Iron Ore, now is the time to use the furnace and start to smelt it into Iron Bars. You're going to need 8 Iron Bars to make the Anvil in the step after next and 10 additional Iron Bars to make the three-piece set of iron armor.
The Spinning Wheel is your ticket to softer materials like Woven Fabric and String, both of which needed to get decked out in your first set of iron armor.
To craft the Spinning Wheel you need:
You'll make use of this station soon enough. You're going to need to make 10 Woven Fabric and 1 String for the three-piece armor set.
The Anvil is the station you use to further refine your bars into actual usable items. It may be your first hurdle in getting all your crafting stations up and running if you haven't found much Iron Ore yet, which you desperately need early in the game.
To craft an Anvil you need:
You'll be using the Anvil to make the starter equipment. Since my character is an Avian, the first set is the Hatchling's set.
Now it's time to get to it. Finally, after making all these crafting stations!
There are three pieces to your first iron armor set: one for the chest, one for your head, and one for your legs. And luckily they're all very easy to make.
In unrefined basic materials you need 20 Iron Ore and 50 Plant Fibre total to make all three basic iron armor pieces.
Your breastplate (+25% attack, +12.5 defense, +5 energy, +5 health) will require:
Your headpiece (+15% attack, +7.5 defense, +3 energy, +3 health) will require:
And lastly your leg armor (+10% attack, +5 defense, +2 energy, +2 health) will require:
You craft the Iron Bars necessary using the Primitive Furnace, and the Woven Fabric and String at the Spinning Wheel.
And with that you've not only familiarized yourself with Starbound's crafting system, but got yourself a reliable set of beginner's armor as well. Was it worth the effort? Absolutely.
Hopefully this helps you get yourself outfitted properly! Check out the rest of our Starbound guides for more tips and tricks:
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• Inventor’s table/Engineer’s table /Architect’s table
o Tier 1- Planning Table: A basic flat surface for creating other workstations and plotting your next step in survival
o Tier 2- Nomads Table: A sturdier flat surface with more finer tools to create more workstations and plan your journey across the stars
o Tier 3- Nexus uplink: With the data from the nexus and precision tools you can create the most advanced of workstations, and check your emails.
• Wooden workbench/industrial workbench
o Tier 1- Carpentry station: A wooden table that will provide some basic furniture creation.
o Tier 2- Nano-lathe: A large scale 3D printer, designed for bulk manufacturing. (A compact version is craft-able at the nomad’s table)
• Anvil/Forge/Replicator/Replicator upgrades
o Tier 1- Forging pad: A slab of metal and black-smith tools to create and shape basic metals into weapons and Armor.
o Tier 2- Smithing Station: Reinforced with Tungsten allows for higher heats and harder hits, you could reshape sturdier metals into better weapons and Armor.
o Tier 3- Nano-forge: Using Nanites and specialized 3D printers you can reshape the toughest of metals into Weapons and Armor and there is a slot for Pattern modules too.
o Tier 4 Aegisalt- Acceleration pattern module: A module built with Aegisalt based blueprints downloaded from the nexus, used for making gun mods and armor suited for a gunner.
o Tier 4 Ferozium- (No name or purpose)(yet?)
o Tier 4 Violium- Separation Pattern module: A module built with Violium based Blueprints downloaded from the nexus, used for making the best of blade printers and armor for close and personal
• Primitive furnace/ Industrial furnace/ atomic furnace
o Tier 1- Basic Kiln: An ancient but effective place to process raw ores and other materials for additional crafting purposes
o Tier 2- Smelter: A reinforced furnace designed for higher hears which in turn allow for tougher metals to be processed
o Tier 3- molecular reassembler: Removing heat from the equation and using next gen texh to process even the most resistant of metals into ingots also can be used to make more sensitive components
• Foraging station/Agriculture station
o Tier 1- Scavengers bench: A basic station for creating hunting gear and tools to start basic farm plots
o Tier 2- aeroponics bench: with addition of a 3d printer, the station is able to build more sophisticated tools and reshape aerogel for aeroponics
• Spinning wheel/sewing machine
o Tier 1- Loom: An ancient yet functional device used by avali to make basic clothes and spin threads. Comes with a dye mixing bowl
o Tier 2- Nano-loom: The up-to-date loom, this hybrid 3D printer can restructure materials into threads and fabrics while still retaining its abilities to make clothes. (A compact version is craft-able at the nomad’s table)
• Fossil station
o Archeologist bench: While the Avali don’t normally go digging for ancient bones and shells it does make a good pass time and hobby, this station can be used to create display items and tools for such a hobby
• Pet station
o Drone fabricator: Avali prefer to not put their own life on the line, this station can be used to construct various combat drones and if need be capture pods
There are 2 primary Crafting Stations in Starbound, as well as some secondary ones allowing players to craft less important items, often times being cosmetic in nature.
One of the first things you build, the Wooden Crafting Table will allow you to build your basic tools and items. It requires 35 Wood Planks and is able to be broken with a pickaxe and moved to any location.
Created at a Wooden Crafting Table using 25 cobblestone and 1 campfire, the furnace allows you to smelt ore into ingots, which can then be used to craft weapons, armor and tools. Most ore can be smelted, aside from coal and it typically takes 2 ore to make 1 ingot, with the only exception being Diamond, which takes 4 ore to make 1 diamond.
Crafted at a Wooden Crafting Table using 8 Iron Bars. The anvil allows players to create armor and weapons. The anvil is also used to create some furniture items and will be required to make the Metalwork Station.
Created from an Iron Anvil and the Molten Core item dropped by the Penguin UFO Boss. This new anvil will allow the player to craft more unique and powerful items, as well as open access to new parts of the game.
Made from a Wooden Crafting Table, steel bars and the Processor item dropped by the Robot Boss. Once crafted it will unlock many new recipes and allow people to reach new sections of the game through various Star Maps.
Available from the Robotic Crafting Table after you have beaten the Bone Dragon Boss. It costs 2500 Pixels, and requires 20 Durasteel bars. It is used to create capture pods, which allow players to tame wild animals. It also can be used to build the Peanut Butter Trap to summon the Squid Alien Boss.
Available from the Wooden Crafting Table for 100 wood planks, the Yarn Spinner allows you to create cosmetic clothing , as well as fabric which is used in select recipes.
Made available after creating the Metalwork Station, the Refinery allows you to turn ore and bars into Pixels. The conversion rate increases with the quality of ore, with Copper Bars giving you 10 Pixels, and solid Diamond giving you 200.
Crafted from the Robotic Crafting Table, the Compressor allows you to turn your Pixels into an item that can then be stored. This process causes you to lose some money, but then you can rest assured you will not lose anymore upon death later. The pixel boxes can be turned back into normal Pixels at a Refinery.
But in order to craft the Anvil you need Iron Bars, which you must make with the Primitive Furnace you just crafted and hopefully placed.
Well, hello there, intrepid adventurer! It looks like you've gone and gotten yourself stranded out in the cold reaches of space. If you want to get anywhere else, you'll need to head down to that pre-civilized planet and get some resources. Surviving will take some courage and cunning, but more importantly, surviving will take this guide.
Your choice of race determines what you can eat, the appearance of your starting ship, your starting crafting recipes, and a bit of lore. Otherwise, there's no difference in the race from a basic gameplay perspective. Your Avian can wear the same clothes as any Human, Florian or Glitch.
A and D on your keyboard are used for moving left and right, Space is your Jump key, and S makes your character kneel. Your character will always face towards the direction of your mouse cursor, which is important to remember when you get into combat. E or the Middle Mouse button allows you to interact with stationary objects or pick up items around the world. By default, your character will try to interact with the closest useful object, but you can use the mouse cursor to chose a different object. Hold down Alt to highlight interactable objects.
Holding CTRL causes your view to slide towards the direction of the mouse cursor. This will stick until you tap CTRL again, which is helpful for digging tunnels downward.
C is your crafting menu, which can be used anywhere to craft basic goods like Torches or Bandages . If you want to craft better items, you'll need to build crafting stations like a Stone Furnace, Iron Anvil, or Spinning Wheel. J brings up your Quest Journal, so you can see your current quests, and L is the Starbound Codex, which includes all documents in the game.
Hitting I opens your inventory, which is a important part of surviving in Starbound. If you have a stack of items in your inventory, right-clicking on the stack will pick up half of that stack. To use an item you can either drag it up to your hotbar or grab it in your inventory with Mouse Button 1 (left-click), move it out of your inventory and click mouse button 1 again. Your number keys choose items on the hotbar directly or you can use the mousewheel to scroll between them. Shift-clicking on an item in the hotbar moves it back into your inventory. Hitting Q throws the currently equipped item, which will be indicated by a colored outline and one or two gloved hands below the item. One glove means the item is one-handed, two gloves denotes two-handed items.
The L and R in the center of your hotbar are your quickslots. Pressing X will equip the item in the first of these two slots and pressing Z swaps what items are in the L and R slots. You can use these quickslots to equip your weapons or flashlight while you're out exploring the world.
Using the teleport pad on your ship or clicking the Teleport Button (the halo with a down or up arrow) on the right side menu will teleport you to the planet. When you're on the surface on the planet, the same button will teleport you to your ship.
The Matter Manipulator, which you'll find on your ship, is your basic method of interacting with the world. When you first start, it will be your pickaxe and your axe, helping you break down the world into usable materials. Move your cursor over an item and left-click to break down objects in the foreground like trees, the ground, equipment, and walls. Want to move that wheelbarrow or bed? Use the matter manipulator to turn it into a carryable item! Mouse Button 2 (right-click) breaks down items in the background.
You can also place building blocks in the foreground or background by using left-click or right-click respectively. This is key to building your structures. Until you get the hang of it, stick to just placing items in the foreground. The Matter Manipulator or a building block will default to a 2 x 2 square when you use them. Hold down Shift to change this to a single 1 x 1 square.
The Matter Manipulator might be your starting pickaxe or axe, but you don't want to use it for very long. Put your cursor over the base of a tree and hold down left-click to chop it down. It'll take a long while, but you'll know it's working when you hear a chopping sound and the tree shakes. When the tree falls it turns into Unrefined Wood that you can pick up. Now to go find Cobblestone, which is the abundant grey stone in the ground. It takes longer to dismantle than dirt, but you need it to build a Stone Pickaxe, Stone Axe, and Stone Hoe (in that order). Once you've collected enough Unrefined Wood and Cobblestone it's time to upgrade yourself.
In your Crafting menu, you can turn 1 Unrefined Wood into 3 Wood Planks. 35 Wood Planks can then be made into a Wooden Crafting Table. Using the Wooden Crafting Table you can then make a Stone Pickaxe (10 Cobblestone, 20 Wood Planks), a Stone Axe (10 Cobblestone, 15 Wood Planks), a Stone Hoe (10 Cobblestone, 25 Wood Planks), and a Stone Furnace (25 Cobblestone, 1 Camp Fire). You'll need these for mining, collecting wood and plant fibre, farming, and refining ore respectively. In the case of the first two actions, the pickaxe and axe will be considerably faster than your Matter Manipulator. The Stone Pickaxe also digs in a 3 x 3 square, making excavating much easier.
You'll start with a two-handed weapon, which you will want to put in your hotbar quickslot. Not everything in Starbound wants to kill you, but you'll be able to tell what does rather quickly. Left-click to swing your weapon. You'll swing in the direction of your mouse cursor, so you can use this fact to attack and run at the same time. Your swing timing is important, because you'll knock monsters back a bit when you attack and you want to be able to have enough time to swing again before they get to you. Killing monsters with your sword will drop pixels, the game's currency. Killing them with the second weapon you'll get, the Hunting Bow, will drop meat and leather.
The Hunting Bow is crafted using the Wooden Crafting Table with 1 Plant Fibre and 10 Unrefined Wood. Plant Fibre is found by chopping down the vines that hang in caves. The bow is different from your starting weapon. For one, your arrows are physics-based, meaning they have trajectories. Second, the strength of your bow shot is determined by how long you hold down the the mouse button before releasing. It's harder to kill monsters with the bow at times, but it's necessary for getting meat and leather for cooking and crafting.
Worry about the Stone Pickaxe and Stone Axe first, because you'll need to build shelter before night comes. The first place you teleport to is your only spawn point. If you die, you'll return to your ship and teleporting down to the planet returns you here. So, this is where you want to put your initial base of operations.
Night brings with it more monsters and freezing cold. If you're lucky, there'll be a camp ground nearby. Use your Matter Manipulator or pickaxe to break down the tent/wheelbarrow and camp fire and move them to your spawn point. You are not safe from the monsters in a tent, so take some dirt and build a small structure to protect yourself from the night. Interact with the wheelbarrow and tent to sleep and regain health if you need to. The camp fire brings heat. When it gets cold, a thermometer will appear at the bottom of your screen. If this drops to its lowest point, you'll die from hypothermia.
If you were unlucky, you'll need to use your Torches for heat. Torches and camp fires are starting heat sources and can be built in your basic crafting menu. Torches require 1 Coal Ore and 1 Unrefined Wood, which makes 2 torches. A Camp Fire requires 1 Coal Ore and 5 Unrefined Wood. You'll need the camp fire for the heat and for cooking, which is the last aspect of surviving your first night in Starbound.
As you play Starbound, a bar on the bottom middle of your screen will deal with your hunger. Like the temp gauge if this falls to the bottom, you die. There are a few ways to get food. You can kill monsters and hope they drop meat, you can find fruit randomly in the world, or you can farm.
To cook raw meat and make it edible, you just need to interact with your camp fire, drag the meat into the lefthand slot and click 'Cook'. Then you can take the cooked meat out of the righthand slot and eat it.
For farming, you need flat land, a Stone Hoe, and some seeds. You should've grabbed the seeds from your ship, so they'll be in your inventory. You can flatten land with a pickaxe or your Matter Manipulator, so all you need to build is the Stone Hoe. Once that's built you can use it on the flat land to create farmable land. Then equip the seeds and place the resulting plants on the farmable land. Tip: Don't go with wheat, it grows quick, but you can't eat the resulting wheat without recipes. Try corn or the other seeds you received in the beginning: these will result in something you cat eat. To collect your harvest once it's ready, interact with the crops using the E key or Middle Mouse button. If this does nothing, that means the crop isn't ready. You'll destroy the plant in doing this, but you'll get the resulting food item and a seed. The seeds make farming the easiest and most sustainable way to keep yourself fed.
Those are the basics that may keep you alive for your first night in Starbound. After that, it's about exploring, crafting more, and repeating. Good luck and have fun!
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