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Blacksmith Hammer
Gear Blacksmith Hammer.png
Weapon type One-handed
Length (cm) 34 cm
Points 4
Gold Cost 500
Throwable Yes
Head damage 48 / 47 / 46 / 45
Torso damage 33 / 32 / 31 / 30
Leg damage 28 / 22 / 21 / 20
Wood damage -30
Stone damage 15
Windup (ms) 475 ms
Combo (ms) 700 ms
Release (ms) 475 ms
Recovery (ms) 700 ms
Miss cost 9
Feint cost 10
Morph cost 7
Stamina drain 18
Parry drain Negation 11
Stop on hit Yes
Can combo Yes
Hit knockback 125
Can flinch Yes
Can repair Yes
Turn Cap X 312.5
Turn Cap Y 218.75
Stab Head damage 38 / 37 / 36 / 35
Stab Torso damage 23 / 22 / 21 / 20
Stab Leg damage 18 / 12 / 11 / 10
Stab Wood damage -20
Stab Stone damage 2
Stab Windup (ms) 550 ms
Stab Combo (ms) 825 ms
Stab Release (ms) 350 ms
Stab Miss cost 8
Stab Stamina drain 16
Stab Hit knockback 115
Can repair Yes
Head damage 50 / 45 / 27 / 25
Torso damage 30 / 25 / 22 / 20
Leg damage 20 / 15 / 12 / 10
Can flinch No
Projectile Speed 2100 cm/s
Gravity Scale 1.4
Block movement None
Is block held No

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The Blacksmith Hammer is a one-handed melee weapon, often used by players with a Toolbox to repair structures.


The Blacksmith Hammer is one of the better repair tools in the game. Considering its decent damage and high repair efficiency for such a low point value, many incorporate it into their loadout to repair structures on the battlefield. It is better in almost all regards than the Wooden Mallet, but lacks the damage capabilities of the Heavy Handaxe.

Alt Mode: Throws the weapon.


The blacksmith hammer's strengths are more repair value in comparison to the Wooden Mallet as well as a higher damage output


The blacksmith hammer's weaknesses are a higher perk point cost in comparison to the Wooden Mallet as well as a lower damage output in comparison to other weapons of equal cost

Skins / Components[]

The Blacksmith Hammer has no skins or components.

Historical References[]

There seems to be no reference of a hammer belonging to a literal blacksmith being used on a battlefield

Notes and Trivia[]

As stated previously, there seem to be no references of a hammer belonging to a blacksmith being used in battle, although that isn't an impossible situation and it likely occurred. However, a plethora of tools were used and later adapted into Weapons. During the latter half of the medieval period, as plate Armor became more prominent, so did blunt Weapons. The hammer eventually evolved into the Warhammer