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    Ore and ingots

    I have two queries:-

    1 Why is the ore called Copper, but once smelted it is Bronze? Confusing!

    2 The Silver ore is a dull grey colour, but the ingots are bright and shiny ... which is the opposite to Platinum? Again, this is confusing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Travers View Post
    I have two queries:-

    1 Why is the ore called Copper, but once smelted it is Bronze? Confusing!
    Because the ores that can be found in mines (the raw product), is copper, usually combined with other minerals. After it's processed in a foundry and refined, the extracted copper can be used to make Bronze, which is an alloy that contains mostly copper, with other metals added to it.

    Quote Originally Posted by Travers View Post
    2 The Silver ore is a dull grey colour, but the ingots are bright and shiny ... which is the opposite to Platinum? Again, this is confusing.
    The colors don't really correspond to what ores look like in reality for any of them, i'm guessing they made them that way just for us to distinguish them more easily in the game.
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