How to Get Metal Smelter Lego Fortnite

If you can’t figure out how to get a Metal Smelter in Lego Fortnite and the Metal Smelter recipe, you’re in the right place. You’ll have to get through a long change of discoveries before you get there, but it’ll be worth it in the end. If you need more information on any of the steps, click one of the links to access the separate guide. Let’s begin!

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how to get metal smelter lego fortnite
How to Get Metal Smelter Lego Fortnite

How to Get Metal Smelter Recipe Lego Fortnite

To get the Metal Smelter recipe in Lego Fortnite, you actually have to get pretty far along. The first step is to make the Lumber Mill and use it to make Planks, then collect some Shells to upgrade your Crafting Bench. Craft the Uncommon Axe, then use that to collect some Knotroot and turn it into Rods at the Lumber Mill. Go back to the Bench and make an Uncommon Pickaxe.

Next, go and dig Marble and make the Stone Breaker, then use that to make Marble Slabs. Also, collect Sand Claws, Sand Shells and Raw Amber. Upgrade your Bench to Rare. Make a Gem Cutter, use it to get Cut Amber, and make the Rare Axe. Use that to cut down cacti and get Flexwood, turn it into Rods, and then create the Rare Pickaxe.

Now you have to collect the necessary materials to create the Metal Smelter. For that, you’ll need to get Blast Cores, Obsidian to turn into Slabs at the Gem Cutter, and Brightcores.

How to Make Metal Smelter in Lego Fortnite

In order to make the Metal Smelter in Lego Fortnite, once you’ve finally unlocked the recipe, you’ll need the following materials: fifteen Brightcores, thirty-five Obsidian Slabs, and three Blast Cores. That’s still going to be quite the journey and grind, collecting all of that stuff. Once you finally getting everything, place the Smelter wherever you want. I don’t know whether the weather affects it like it does the Lumber Mill, but just in case it does, prepare to build a shelter for it. The point is, you can at long last smelt Copper into Copper Bars. And that’s the long and short of it. Well, the long of it.

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