(Constructive criticism is always appreciated, even if it's a single vote!)(Everything in this class is subject to change!)Class IconAbbreviation: [BLA]You are the forge.Your proficiency in smithing gives you a chance to instantly smelt gold and iron oreupon mining them and lets you craft higher quality weaponry.You can use your Smithing Hammer to repair the armor and tools ofa stationary team member by 30 durability each second, using up one iron ingot with each repair.After fully repairing a team member, you will reinforce their armor,weakening the next blow dealt to them and strengthening their next attack. Class info The Blacksmith spawns with a set of tools () and a Smithing Hammer (). You cannot destroy blocks with the Smithing Hammer. Every gold and iron ore that you mine has a 40% chance of being smelted into an ingot upon dropping. Any armorpiece that you craft will inherit +0.3125 additional defense points (stacking up to +1.25 additional defense when wearing a full set of armor) and a gold-colored item name (for example, an iron chestplate crafted by a Blacksmith would be named "Iron Chestplate"). Any swords and bows that you craft will inherit +0.5 additional damage per hit and a gold-colored item name. The purpose of the gold-colored item name is so that other players can tell whether a weapon or armor piece was made by a Blacksmith or not. Upon hitting a teammate with your Smithing Hammer, you will begin to repair their equipped armor and any other armor or tools in their inventory by 30 durability every second, consuming one iron ingot with each repair. You can choose to repair yourself by right-clicking the Smithing Hammer. If you or your selected target moves or takes damage during the repair, then your repair on the target will be canceled. Running out of ingots mid-repair will also cancel your repair on the selected target. There is a 10 second cooldown between each repair (cooldown starts counting down once you stop repairing). Upon repairing a teammate, the teammate will receive a notification telling them that they are being repaired by you, saying: "Your armor and tools are being repaired by <Blacksmith's username>. If you move or take damage, the repair will be canceled." You will also receive a notification telling you who you are repairing. "You have started a repair on <target player's username>. If you move or take damage, the repair will be canceled." If you or the teammate that you are repairing moves or receives damage during the repair, then the player that you are repairing will receive another notification telling them that their repair was canceled, saying: "Your repair was canceled." You will also be notified that the repair was canceled. "Your repair on <target player's username> was canceled." If you complete the repair on your target, they will receive a notification telling them that their repair has finished, saying: "Your armor and tools have been fully repaired and reinforced." You will also be notified that the repair was completed. "Your have completed your repair on <target player's username>." If you successfully complete your repair on your selected target, you will reinforce their armor for free (an iron ingot won't be used up during reinforcement), weakening the next blow dealt to them by 2 less damage () and strengthening their next attack by 1 additional damage (). Reinforcing an already reinforced player will refresh their reinforcement. Pros You can repair your own or a teammate's armor and tools using your Smithing Hammer. Fully repairing a team member will reinforce their armor, weakening the next attack that hits them by 2 less damage () and strengthening their next attack by 1 additional damage (). The armor that you craft has more defense points per piece than other armor and the weapons that you craft deals more damage than other weapons. Occasionally, the gold and iron that you mine will drop smelted. Cons Your repair on a team member will be canceled if you or the team member moves or takes damage during the repair. Your abilities use up iron ingots. Without any iron ingots, you are unable to repair yourself or your teammates and provide adequate armor for your team, making them a crucial resource for you if you want to support your team. Tips & Tactics With your stone pickaxe, you are able to head straight to the iron mines and mine iron, with some of the iron ore being smelted due to your passive ability. You can then mine some coal and head back to base to smelt the rest of your ore using a furnace. Try to reinforce as many of your teammates as possible, including yourself. The defense and damage boost provided by the reinforcement could potentially determine a win or lose in a battle. Distribute armor and weaponry that you crafted to your team, as your weaponry is higher quality than others. Repair teammates with low durability armor or tools to prolong their lifespan in battle. Gathering low-durability tools and armor in your inventory then repairing yourself is a good way to obtain a bunch of full-durability weaponry that you can give to your team or use yourself.