Ever wanted to craft a legendary sword to slay a dragon or duel an evil knight? In Little Alchemy 2, you can make a sword in just 4 simple steps. You start with the basic elements of air, earth, fire and water, then combine them into more complex items using the alchemy process. Before you know it, you’ll be wielding a shiny new blade.
Gather the Ingredients: Fire, Metal, and Handle
To make a sword, you’ll need three ingredients: fire, metal, and a handle.
- Start by creating fire. Combine air and fire or earth and fire. Now you have the heat to forge your weapon!
- Next, make metal by combining earth and fire. Iron or steel would be ideal for a sword. You’ll want a sturdy metal that can hold an edge.
- For the handle, wood works well and is easy to obtain in Little Alchemy. Combine air and earth to get wood. Leather wrapped around the handle will give you a good grip, so create life, then human, then leather.
With your ingredients gathered, it’s time to start crafting! Place the metal over the fire to heat until it’s red hot and malleable. Remove from the fire and hammer the metal into the shape of a blade. You want a long, pointed shape with sharp edges. Reheat as needed to continue shaping the blade.
Once you have the blade shaped, you need to harden it by quenching in water. Reheat the blade one more time, then plunge it into water. This will harden the metal. Wipe away excess water and attach the handle to the blade using your leather.
Congratulations, you now have a trusty sword to aid you on your Little Alchemy adventures! Be very careful swinging that thing around – you could poke someone’s eye out! But in all seriousness, a sword is a useful item to have in your inventory. Now get out there and start discovering new item combinations!
Create Metal by Combining Earth and Fire
To make a sword, you’ll first need to create metal by combining earth and fire.
- Start with earth. Drag earth onto the board and double tap to create sand.
- Next, drag fire onto the board and combine it with sand. This will produce glass, which isn’t quite what we’re looking for.
- So take that glass and combine it with more earth. This will harden the glass into stone.
- Now take that stone and combine it again with fire. This time, you’ll get metal!
Congrats, you now have the basic ingredient to craft a sword. The next step is to shape your metal into a blade.
To do this, you’ll need to heat and beat the metal. Drag your metal onto the board and double tap to melt it into hot metal. Then take wind or air and combine it with the hot metal. This simulates using a bellows to heat your forge and stoke the flames.
Once you have red hot metal, it’s time to beat it into shape. Drag stone or rock onto the board and combine it with the hot metal. This pounds the metal and flattens it into a blade. Repeat this a few times until your blade reaches the desired shape and thickness.
Let your blade cool by combining it with water or ice. Congratulations, you now have a simple metal sword! With the right heat and some elbow grease, you’ve crafted a deadly weapon to vanquish your foes. Now go forth and conquer new lands in the name of your empire! But be careful – swords can be dangerous if used irresponsibly.
Craft the Blade With Metal and Fire
To craft the blade, you’ll need to combine metal and fire.
Gather the Ingredients
- Metal: Combine earth and fire to produce metal.
- Fire: Ignite wood or coal to create fire.
Heat the Metal
Place the metal ingredient into the fire. The fire will heat and soften the metal, preparing it to be pounded into the shape of a blade. Leave the metal in the fire until it becomes red-hot and malleable. Be very careful removing the metal from the fire, as it will be extremely hot!
Pound and Shape
Once the metal has been heated, remove it from the fire and place it on an anvil. Use a hammer to pound the metal into an elongated, blade-like shape. Start at one end and hammer from the center out to form a sharp point. Fold the metal over itself and hammer to fuse the layers together, creating a stronger blade. Repeat folding and hammering until the blade reaches your desired thickness and sharpness.
Harden and Temper
Plunge the red-hot blade into a bucket of water to harden the metal. This rapid cooling process will harden the blade and allow it to hold an edge. To improve the blade’s durability, go through a tempering process. Reheat the blade to a lower temperature, around 300 F, and then cool slowly. This softens the blade slightly so it’s less brittle. Repeat the tempering process 2-3 times.
Your sword blade is now ready for a hilt and handle! With the right amount of heat, hammering, and patience, you’ll have crafted a blade worthy of any warrior. Let me know if you have any other questions on how to make a sword in Little Alchemy 2.
Add a Handle to the Blade Using Wood or Leather
Now that you have a blade, it’s time to add a handle so you can properly wield your sword. Wood and leather are two common materials used for sword handles.
Wood is a popular choice for sword handles. Some good options include:
- Oak: Strong, durable and weather-resistant. Oak handles have a classic look.
- Ash: Flexible, shock-absorbent and comfortable to grip.
- Maple: Dense, smooth and esthetically pleasing. Maple handles are a more decorative choice.
To attach a wooden handle:
- Cut a wooden dowel, branch or board to your desired handle length. Sand down any rough edges.
- Drill a hole into one end of the wood slightly larger than your sword’s tang (the unsharpened part of the blade that extends into the handle).
- Apply wood glue, epoxy or a strong double-sided tape around the tang.
- Slide the wood onto the tang until the handle is securely in place.
- (Optional) Wrap the top of the handle in leather or cord to provide extra grip and a decorative accent.
Leather handles provide a comfortable, durable grip. To make a leather handle:
- Cut a strip of leather to your desired handle length and width. Soak the leather in water to make it pliable.
- Bend the leather strip around the sword’s tang to form a handle shape. Secure tightly in place with strong thread, cord or wire.
- As the leather dries, it will conform to the shape of the tang and become firmly attached.
- Wrap any excess leather around the handle and stitch in place for extra security and a tailored look.
With some wood, leather, tools and patience, you’ll have a custom handle made to fit your sword perfectly. Now get out there and start crafting! Your sword is ready for all your alchemical adventures.
Make a Sword by Combining the Blade and Handle
To make a sword in Little Alchemy 2, you’ll need to combine a blade and a handle. Here’s how to get each part:
Make the Blade
The blade is made of metal, so start there. Combine earth and fire to get metal. Then combine metal and air to get blade.
Craft the Handle
For the handle, you’ll want wood. Combine earth and air to get wood. Then combine wood and metal to get handle.
Put the Pieces Together
Now that you have a blade and a handle, just combine them to get sword!
- Blade + Handle = Sword
That’s really all there is to it. With just a few simple combinations of the basic elements, you’ll have a shiny new sword to wield in your alchemical world.
A few other tips for making a sword:
•You can also use stone instead of metal for the blade to make a crude stone sword. Stone + Air = Blade.
•For a fancier sword, combine the handle with gems or gold. Wood + Gems = Jeweled Handle or Wood + Gold = Gilded Handle.
•A shield makes a good companion for your sword. Combine wood and metal again to get shield.
•If you want a scabbard to sheathe your sword, combine leather and container. Leather + Container = Scabbard.
•Experiment with different combinations to discover other weapons like daggers, spears, axes and more. The possibilities are endless!
With the power of alchemy in your hands, you’ll be crafting powerful weapons and tools in no time. Now go forth and transmute to your heart’s content! The world of Little Alchemy 2 is your oyster.
What are the basic elements needed to make a sword?
To make a sword in Little Alchemy 2, you’ll need to start with the four basic elements:
- Fire – Provides heat to melt metal
- Earth – Source of metal ore and wood for the hilt
- Air – Allows the fire to burn
- Water – Used to cool and harden the metal
How do I combine the elements to make a sword?
- Combine fire and earth to get metal. Metal is the main ingredient you need for a sword.
- Combine earth and water to get wood. You’ll need wood for the hilt or handle of the sword.
- Combine metal and wood to get the sword hilt. The hilt attaches the blade to the handle.
- Combine fire and air to intensify the heat and make hot air. Use the hot air to heat up and melt the metal into a liquid state so you can shape it.
- Combine the molten metal and sword hilt to get the basic sword. Once you have the hilt and melted metal, you can pour the metal into a sword shape and attach the hilt.
- Combine the basic sword and water to harden it. Plunging the hot metal into water will rapidly cool and harden it, giving you a finished sword.
What other items can I make with a sword?
A sword is a very useful item to have in Little Alchemy 2. Some other things you can make with a sword include:
- Knight – Combine sword and human
- Castle – Combine stone, wood and sword
- King – Combine crown and sword
- Treasure – Combine gold and sword
- Dragon – Combine lizard, fire and sword
With some experimenting, you’ll be crafting all kinds of new tools, animals and objects in the game using the mighty sword! Let me know if you have any other questions.
So there you have it, in just 4 simple steps you now know how to make a sword in Little Alchemy 2. With a little patience and the basic elements of fire, water, air and earth you were able to combine and create metal, then sharpen that metal into a blade, add a hilt, and voila – your very own sword. Now go forth, warrior, and use your new weapon to unlock even more exciting discoveries in the world of Little Alchemy. The possibilities are endless once you have a sword in your inventory, so keep experimenting and see what else you can craft. And remember, the journey is half the fun, so take your time and enjoy this creative little game!