Top 10 Hardest Items to Obtain In the Blockheads
The Top Ten
Arugably the best item in the game, the Jetpack allows you to fly around freely (at the cost of fuel, of course) and find floating islands. Carbon Fiber is a main ingredient.
The item costs just as much as the Golden Bed, but it wears over time, making it a bit more elusive...
The hardest ore to find in the game. 3 ore per ingot. 5 ingots per block. If you did the math here, you'd get 15 ore. Platinum is that rare.
Same as Platinum Block, but a bit more common as it can be obtained through meditation (the ingots, not the block itself).
Crafted with 5 carbon fiber sheets and 3 titanium ingots, this requires a lot of work to create. Instead of the Level 4 Craft Bench, it uses the Electric Metalwork Bench.
Same as Jet Engine, but crafted at Level 4 Craft Bench.
There are 4 basic steps to making this: 1. Harvest a Coffee Cherry. 2. Use the Coffee Cherry at a Press to get a Green Coffee Bean. 3. Roast the green coffee bean at an electric stove to produce a roasted coffee bean. 4. With an electric stove, combine roasted coffee bean, cup, and bucket of water. Pretty complex.
This requires steel, and a LOT of it. Steel for the wheels, and steel for the engine. You'll also need an Iron Block and 10 Coal, the key items for steel. Use your supplies wisely!
This item is found at the South Pole, and you will have to travel a very long way to get there, not to mention there is one per world. Once there, you'll have to climb a tower of blocks and take them from the chest! Getting home will be a bit easier as these boots don't wear down and they, as the name implies, they give you speed!
Also the south pole kills you if you don't have the warm hatV 1 Comment
The magic ukulele is a very hard item to obtain this item is found in the desert you get it from giant scorpions rarely
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