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Metallurgy and Gem Crafting 1.0.0

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Metallurgy adds four ingots to Skyrim: mithril, calcinium, galatite, and rubedite. The ingots were added to two leveled lists for ingots. I didn't touch the nodes, so there are no ores for it. You will have to loot it, or buy it from blacksmiths. Mithril is natural to Cyrodiil, and the others are from Hammerfell. So, the idea is that they would be "imported" into Skyrim. The asset for mithril was extracted from the DX Stella Mithril mod, and the two assets for calcinium and galatite were extracted from CCOR. The rubedite is a retexture I made over the vanilla quicksilver ingot.

Gem Crafting allow you to make flawless gems, as long as you have a jewelry kit in your inventory. There are two recipes: the first one at Meric Smithing I, will turn two flawed gems in a flawless gem, and the second one at Meric Smithing II, will turn one flawed gem in a flawless gem.
Both recipes requires a abrasive compound, which can be made in the alchemy retort, with dwarven oil and moonstone dust.
The moonstone dust can be made at the smelter, using ores or ingots.
The jewelry kit requires one mithril ingot, two steel ingots, and a piece of leather. The asset was provided by Oaristys.

This plugin requires CACO and Ordinator, and should be loaded after Metallurgy.

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