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Solid. Conducts electricity. Meltable
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Spawn temperature -251.15°C
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Flammability No
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Metal can be created by mixing molten IRON with BCOL and then cooling


Metal reacts with SPRK, that can form an electricity path. Other ways Metal can do this, is when it comes into contact with BTRY, THDR, ELEC, LIGH, or other metals that have "passed on" the SPRK. Metal will not give a spark to or take a spark from NTCT, PTCT or INWR. After frequent use of continuously sparking Metal, Metal will grow warmer, as metal grows warmer it acquires a reddish colour. Metal can also conduct heat. Metal will melt into molten metal at 1000C/1273.15K.


Good for many electronics, circuits, switches, batteries, et cetera. It can be used like copper is used.