There are three different types of bronze alloy:
- Bismuth bronze
- Black bronze
All three bronze alloys are tier 2 metals.
Bronze alloys are obtained by smelting copper ore with certain other ores in the right proportion, as indicated in the following table:
|Bronze||Copper (tetrahedrite, malachite, or native copper)||88-92%|
|Bismuth Bronze||Copper (tetrahedrite, malachite, or native copper)||50-65%|
|Black Bronze||Copper (tetrahedrite, malachite, or native copper)||50-70%|
|Gold (native gold)||10-25%|
|Silver (native silver)||10-25%|
All types of bronze can be used in:
- Casting tool heads, weapon heads, and ingots
- Smithing into double ingots, sheets, tools, weapons, and armor
- Crafting into anvils and bloomeries
Bismuth bronze is an ingredient of blue steel. Black bronze is an ingredient of black steel. Plain bronze is not used in the creation of any other alloy.