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           The JumiViolet "Golem go make'em!" Guide to building better Golems.
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Golem Guide FAQ layout:
0) Update Log

I) Basic Golemology
        A) Basic Questions
                1) What the @#$% is a Golem?
                2) Why should I choose a Golem over a pet?
                3) Where can I get quick and easy cash?
                4) How do I get the Golem lab?
                5) How do I get the Blacksmithery?
                6) How do I get the Instrument shop?
        B) What is needed to make Golems:
                1) Beginner List
                2) Intermidiate List
                3) Advanced Hard-Core List
        C) Basic Golem information
                1) Logic Grid, Malfunction Rates, and HP
                2) Different Types of Golems
                3) Colors: Spice up your Golem
                4) Tempering+Golem=Powerhouse! (Thank you Sarick)

II) Logic Blocks
        A) Basic Questions
                1) What is a logic block?
                2) What do the colors mean?
                3) Why can't my golem use *this* block?
        B) Logic Block creation
                1) Materials and Shapes
                2) Combinations for Attacks
        C) Logic Block General information
                1) What does the + mean?
                2) What does each logic block actually do.
                3) Logic Block Combos

III) Frequently Asked Questions/Tips and Tricks
        A) Green blocks
                1) How to tell if your golem can use them
                2) Where are they best placed
        B) Golem not moving?
                1) Fact or Fiction?
                2) Blue blocks
        C) Specialty Golems
                1) Golem-Archer Types (Golems that hang back in battle)
                2) Golem-Spear Types (Golems that hold mid-range)
                3) Golem-Blitzer Types (Golems that fight close range)
                4) Golem-All around (Golems meant to fight at all ranges)

IV)Silly Gameshark codes (most are un-golem related)

V) Credits and other...um...stuff
0) Update Log:

Version 0.36a - Scrapped all old updates.  Updated to fully complete Logic Blocks.
Special thanks to Benjamin F Larsen
, for giving me more info.
I) Basic Golemology

SECTION A: Basic Questions

1) What the @#$% is a Golem??!!
A) A golem is an alternative to a pet.  
He's the third member of your small team.  
He is not controllable as far as we know

2) Why should I choose a Golem over a pet?
A) Golems are more expensive, 
but they offer a few bonuses that pets don't have.  
A golem always has the same stats, 
meaning a 99 golem straight across the board will be better to start with.  
They don't have personalities so there he'll always try to fight.  
Lastly, you can customize his looks and moves, 
his looks less importantly, but the moves are key.

3) Where can I get quick and easy cash?
A) Golems are expensive, very expensive, 
but you can wave most of the cost by retrieving your own materials in battle.  
DiorWood and DragonScales are the best materials for Golem construction, 
and can be gotten free from Woodings and Land/Sky Dragons respectively.  
You will need a PolterBox pet to get those materials.  
If you're going to Temper your Golem, you'll need 
Sulpher, Mercury, Glow Crystals, and Chaos Crystals, 
which can set you back a pretty penny.  
So, here's how to make some fast and easy cash:
        1) Sell spoils of war
        2) Temper Grave Dirt into a weapon, 
           then sell it when the Dying Earth card appears
        3) Sell produce from Trent
        4) Stick with Niccolo(or however his name is spelled)

4) How do I get the Golem lab?
A)First, complete "The Infernal Doll" quest.  
Next, visit Professor Bomb in the Junkyard.  
The Flowerling should take you there.  
Talk to him and complete the quest "Professor Bomb's Lab".  
Head home and take a turn to the Lab and out comes Professor Bomb, 
announcing he's finished the Golem labrotory.  
Answer his questions and you'll get 
three Golem starter sets and a Logic Block pot.

5) How do I get the Blacksmithery?
A) Complete "Mine your own Business", 
then head back to Ulkan mines and start "Watts drops the hammer".  
The hammer is in the DudBear main hideout, so head there, 
grab the hammer and return it to Watts.  
Head home, and Watts will come out of the lab, 
announcing his completion of the smithery.  
Use all the options to stop hammering and 
you've got yourself a Blacksmithery!

6) How do I get the Instrument Shop?
A) Complete "Reaching for the Stars", 
and the little kid will appear at home.  
Catch a Wisp for some silver Wisp coins.  
The rest is just basicly menu selection and stuff.  
When the kid leaves, you got your Music creator.
SECTION B: What you need to make Golems

1)Beginner List
You need:
        *Golem Laboratory
You've just gotten interested in Golems and 
will probably purchase every kind of weapon or such in a store, 
which is fine for starting out.  
Some harder to find stuff won't be available, 
and you'll be short on cash a lot, 
but you've started on the road to Victory.

2)Intermidate List
You need:
        *Golem Laboratory
You've dabbled in Golem construction and have made a few.  
You have the basic jist of it and want to expand your horizons.  
The Blacksmithery allows you to turn raw metals into 
Golem Construction tools.  
You have a much broader range of Logic Blocks to use.  
Your pocket will be empty as well, 
because you'll be buying lots of materials.

3) Advanced List
You need:
        *Golem Laboratory
        @Instrument Shop
        $Polter Box pet
You wanna be the best of the best!  
You want a golem that'll rock the world and leave it asking for more.  
With all barriers gone, 
you have the potential to 
make golems of 999 HP and 99 stats across the board.  
Most of your time will be spent material hunting, 
or in the blacksmith tempering.  
You won't have as much time, 
but you'll have more money because you'll only be buying a few 
tempering tools every now and then.  
Your golem will be released like a plague on the world.
SECTION C: Basic Golem Information

NOTE: After some testing, 
you need to select at least ONE piece of equipment to make a golem.  
No Golems appear out of thin air.

1) Logic Grid, Malfunction Rates, and HP
All these values are determined by 
the type and amount of Armor you use in your golem construction.  
The better the material, the more HP.  
Logic Grid size and Malfunction rates are directly effected by 
how much Armor you use in making your Golem.  
0 pieces: 4x4 Grid 35% Malfunction Rate
1 piece: 4x4 Grid 35% Malfunction Rate
2 pieces: 5x5 Grid 25% Malfunction Rate
3 pieces: 6x6 Grid 15% Malfunction Rate
Its Defense stats are related to that of the armor, 
so you might want to toss in one full armor, one ring, 
and one well rounded armor for the final piece.

2) Different Types of Golems:
Golem type is based on the weapon you give them.  
Golem types tell you what type of Green Blocks a Golem can use.  
Here's the equation:
Weapon used for Golem = Weapon in Logic block (Compatible)
Weapon used for Golem =/(Not equal) Weapon in Logic Block (Not compatible)

No Weapon           = Normal Type (can only use Red and Blue blocks)
Bow                 = Shotgun Type
Staff, Knife, Spear = Spear Type
Sword, Axe          = Guillotine Type
2HSword, 2HAxe      = Chainsaw Type
Flail, Hammer       = Hammer Type
Glove               = Kunckles Type

3) Colors: Spice up your Golem
You take some of your unused produce and 
splash your golem with the juice to give it an individual look.

Fruit         |Color
BellGrapes    |Grape Gray
DiceBerry     |Strawberry
Mangolephant  |Mango Green
Loquat-Shoes  |Orange Gold
Pear o'Heels  |Pear Silver
Squalphin     |Dolphin Green
Citrisquid    |Sweet Yellow
Springana     |Sweet Yellow
Peach Puppy   |Peach Red
Apricat       |Apricot
Applesocks    |Apple Red
Whalamato     |Tomato Red
Pine o'Clock  |Pine o'Green
Fishy Fruit   |Sour Yellow
Boarmelon     |Melon Green
Rhinoloupe    |Rhino Blue
Orcaplant     |Orca Blue
Garlic Crown  |Crown Silver
Honey Onion   |Default
Sweet Moai    |Moai Gray
Spiny Carrot  |Sun Orange
Conchurnip    |Conch Gray
Corn Flower   |Sour Yellow
Cabbadillo    |Lettuce Green
Needlelettuce |Cabbage Green
Cherry Bombs  |Berry Purple
Maked Potato  |Masked Blue
Lilipod       |Lily Purple
Rocket Papya  |Bitter Green
Orange'pus    |Sun Orange
Bumpkin       |Golden Orange
Heart Mint    |Mint Green
Spade Basil   |Basil Blue
Diaurlel      |Bitter Green
Gold Clover   |Grass Gold
Mush-in-a-box |'Shroom Silver
Toadstool Shed|Shack Brown

5) Tempering+Golem=PowerHouse!
You've just finished your first golem, 
you check his stats, and you go, "what the @#$%??!!  His stats suck!"  
Well, for better stats, weapon rankings, and status protections, 
your armor and weapons had to have been tempered first.  
However, this is not a tempering FAQ.  It's a Golem FAQ.  
If you want to temper your items first, 
review the Tempering FAQ or SeanKelson's FAQ.

Here however is a Super Golem Formula created by Sarick, 
god bless him, off the GameFAQs message board.


Updated axe power!

Make a diorwood 2 handed axe +9 Stats essences +6 or above across the board. 
With at least 700 attack power. 
NOTE:is limited to 200 attack power when golem is finshed. 

1 Wisp Silver
3 Glow Crystal
1 Wisp Silver
3 Glow Crystal 

1 Dryad Silver
3 Glow Crystal
1 Dryad Silver
3 Glow Crystal
3 Sulpher
1 Dryad Gold

1 Gnome Silver
3 Glow Crystal
1 Gnome Silver
3 Glow Crystal
3 Sulpher
1 Gnome Gold

1 Undine Silver
3 Glow Crystal
1 Undine Silver
3 Glow Crystal
1 Undine Silver
1 Glow Crystal
3 Mercury
1 Undine Gold

1 Chaos Crystal
1 Shade Silver
3 Glow Crystal
1 Chaos Crystal
1 Shade Silver
3 Glow Crystal 

1 Chaos Crystal
1 Aura Silver
3 Glow Crystal
1 Chaos Crystal
1 Aura Silver
3 Glow Crystal
1 choas Crystal
3 Mercury
1 Aura Gold 

1 Chaos Crystal
1 Sala Silver
3 Glow Crystal
1 Chaos Crystal
1 Sala Silver
3 Glow Crystal
1 Choas Crystal
3 Sulpher
1 Sala Gold
1 Choas Crystal
3 Sulpher
1 Sala Gold

1 Chaos Crystal
1 Jinn Silver
3 Glow Crystal
1 Chaos Crystal
1 Jinn Silver
3 Glow Crystal
1 Choas Crystal
3 Mercury
1 Jinn Gold 

2 Pine O'clock
1 Silly Eye
3 Lillypods
12 Spiny Seeds
1 Bumpkin
2 Ash
1 Sharp Claw

Next the adamantium pendant. 
Has +3 Stats across the board, 
protects vs status change Sleep, Darkness, Paralysis, and Freeze.

1 Pine O'Clock
1 Blackened Bat
1 Zombie Claw
1 Sala Silver
3 Glow Crystal
1 Sala Silver
1 Sharp Claw

1 Wisp Silver
3 Glow Crystal
1 Wisp Silver
3 Glow Crystal 

1 Dryad Silver
3 Glow Crystal
1 Dryad Silver
3 Glow Crystal

1 Gnome Silver
3 Glow Crystal
1 Gnome Silver
3 Glow Crystal

1 Undine Silver
3 Glow Crystal
1 Undine Silver
3 Glow Crystal 

1 Chaos Crystal
1 Shade Silver
3 Glow Crystal
1 Chaos Crystal
1 Shade Silver
3 Glow Crystal 

1 Chaos Crystal
1 Aura Silver
3 Glow Crystal
1 Chaos Crystal
1 Aura Silver
3 Glow Crystal 

1 Chaos Crystal
1 Jinn Silver
3 Glow Crystal
1 Chaos Crystal
1 Jinn Silver
3 Glow Crystal 

3 Spiny Seeds
4 Needlettice 
1 Chaos Crystal
1 Sala Silver
3 Needlettuce
1 Heartment

Next make the two dragon scale armors. 

1 Wisp Silver
3 Glow Crystal
1 Wisp Silver
3 Glow Crystal 

1 Dryad Silver
3 Glow Crystal
1 Dryad Silver
3 Glow Crystal

1 Gnome Silver
3 Glow Crystal
1 Gnome Silver
3 Glow Crystal

1 Undine Silver
3 glow Crystal
1 Undine Silver
3 Glow Crystal 

1 Chaos Crystal
1 Shade Silver
3 Glow Crystal
1 Chaos Crystal
1 Shade Silver
3 Glow Crystal 

1 Chaos Crystal
1 Aura Silver
3 Glow Crystal
1 Chaos Crystal
1 Aura Silver
3 Glow Crystal 

1 Chaos Crystal
1 Jinn Silver
3 Glow Crystal
1 Chaos Crystal
1 Jinn Silver
3 Glow Crystal 

Finish it off like this for armor 1:
+3 all Stats special powers super melee defence, 
also protects vs status changes 
Poison, Confusion, Fireburn and Petrification. 

1 Stinky Breath
1 Squalphin
1 Ear of Wheat
4 Holy Water
2 Spiny Seed
3 Vampire Fangs
3 Bumpkin
1 Chaos Crystal
1 Sala Silver
3 Needlelettuce
1 Heart Ment

Finish it off like this for armor 2: 
stats +10 special powers protects
 vs ALL essences and 
the status change freeze has fast HP recovery and revive. 

1 Chaos Crystal
1 Sala Silver
3 Glow Crystal
1 Chaos Crystal
1 Sala Silver
3 Glow Crystal
1 Choas Crystal
3 Sulpher
1 Sala Gold
1 Sharpened Claw
1 Flaming Quill
1 Heart Mint 
2 Spiny Seed
12 Vampire Fangs

Total Stat Bonuses +25!

Pendent 00/00/00/95 
Armor 1 98/98/82/06
Armor 2 29/29/24/01 
Total Golem - 99/99/99/99

If all this works you should have a golem with 
total defence 99 across the board, 
stats 99 across the board, 999 hp, 
all status protections, 
and Resistence to all elemental essences.

If the armor stat bonuses fail Try these altercations to the formulas. 
Jumi you won't have to restart the temper process 
if you have unlimited items just temper over the flawed originals 
take note and replace the formula with the best solution. 
Sala Was Taken out of the formula don't worry armor 2 will give 
salamanders essence defence from armor 2. :) 

If Pendent fails to give +3 stats across the board 
try this instead as the last checkpoint for tempering Pendent. 

3 Spiny Seeds
4 Vampire Fangs
4 Needlettice 
1 Heart Mint

If Armor 1 fails to give +3 stats across the board 
try this instead as the last checkpoint for tempering Armor 1. 

1 Stinky Breath
1 Squalphin
1 Ear of Wheat
4 Holy Water
3 Spiny Seed
4 Vampire Fangs
3 Needlelettuce
1 Heart Mint


Ok You only need 20 points to make all the stats 99's 

Golem bodys have a base of 15 across the board, 
and +5 for each bonus stat on the items. 
A single item with +10 and yggdrasil 
would result in a golem with 65 status across the board. 
With two items at +10 the golem should 
have all stats 99 across the board."

Wow that's a lot!  Thanks alot Sarick! ^_^
II) Logic Blocks
SECTION A: Basic Questions

1) What is a logic block?
A) The attacks and commands of the golem.  
Basically, it's his brains.

2) What do the colors mean?
A) Blue is when the Golem uses a player move, 
Green are Golem Type specific weapons, 
and Red are auxiliary or backup blocks that any Golem can use.

3) Why can't my Golem use *this* block?
A) Chances are your Golem is not a compatible type.  
See Section III for Green Block information.
SECTION B: Logic Block Creation

I found the pattern for the materials, so this section should be
finished much quicker than orignially expected.

KEY FOR SHAPES: If a description like 2x1 is shown, 
then the box is 2 wide and 1 high.  
Strange Shapes and keys for them:
@@  = L1

@@@ = L2

 @@ = Z

 @  = T
1)Materials and Shapes

Materials                |Shapes
MenosBronze+MenosBronze  |1X1
MenosBronze+ForsenaIron  |1X2
MenosBronze+GranzSteel   |lX3
MenosBronze+LorantSilver |L1
MenosBronze+WendleSilver |1X5
MenosBronze+VizelGold    |L2
MenosBronze+IshePlatinum |L2
MenosBronze+LorimarIron  |T
MenosBronze+AltenaAlloy  |Z
MenosBronze+MaiaLead     |Z
MenosBronze+Orihalcon    |2X2
MenosBronze+OakWood      |L2
MenosBronze+HollyWood    |L2
MenosBronze+BaobabWood   |T
MenosBronze+EbonyWood    |Z
MenosBronze+MapleWood    |Z
MenosBronze+DiorWood     |2X2
MenosBronze+AshWood      |1X1
MenosBronze+FossilWood   |1X2
MenosBronze+Marble       |1X3
MenosBronze+Obsidan      |L1
MenosBronze+PedanStone   |1X5
MenosBronze+Gaeus'Tears  |L2
MenosBronze+AnimalHide   |L2
MenosBronze+GatorSkin    |T
MenosBronze+CentaurHide  |Z
MenosBronze+DragonSkin   |Z
MenosBronze+FishScales   |2X2
MenosBronze+LizardScales |1X1
MenosBronze+SnakeScales  |1X2
MenosBronze+DragonScales |1X3
MenosBronze+AnimalBone   |L1
MenosBronze+Ivory        |1X5
MenosBronze+CursedBone   |L2
MenosBronze+Fossil       |L2
MenosBronze+ToppleCotton |T
MenosBronze+SultansSilk  |Z
MenosBronze+Juddhemp     |Z
MenosBronze+AltenaFelt   |2x2
MenosBronze+JacobiniRock |1X1
MenosBronze+HalleyRock   |1X2
MenosBronze+AnkhRock     |1X3
MenosBronze+VinekRock    |L1
MenosBronze+TuttleRock   |1X5
MenosBronze+NemesisRock  |L2
MenosBronze+BiellaRock   |L2
MenosBronze+SwifteRock   |T
MenosBronze+Adamantite   |Z
MenosBronze+FullMetal    |Z
MenosBronze+Coral        |2X2
MenosBronze+TurtleShell  |1X1
MenosBronze+Shell        |1X2
MenosBronze+Emerald      |1X3
MenosBronze+Pearl        |T
MenosBronze+LapisLazuli  |Z
ForsenaIron+ForsenaIron  |1X3
ForsenaIron+GranzSteel   |L1
ForsenaIron+LorantSilver |1X5
ForsenaIron+WendleSilver |L2
ForsenaIron+VizelGold    |L2
ForsenaIron+IshePlatinum |T
ForsenaIron+LorimarIron  |Z
ForsenaIron+AltenaAlloy  |Z
ForsenaIron+MaiaLead     |2X2
ForsenaIron+Orihalcon    |1X1
ForsenaIron+OakWood      |L2
ForsenaIron+HollyWood    |T
ForsenaIron+BaobabWood   |Z
ForsenaIron+EbonyWood    |Z
ForsenaIron+MapleWood    |2X2
ForsenaIron+DiorWood     |1X1
ForsenaIron+AshWood      |1X2
ForsenaIron+FossilWood   |1X3
ForsenaIron+Marble       |L1
ForsenaIron+Obsidan      |1X5
ForsenaIron+PedanStone   |L2
ForsenaIron+Gaeus'Tears  |L2
ForsenaIron+AnimalHide   |T
ForsenaIron+GatorSkin    |Z
ForsenaIron+CentaurHide  |Z
ForsenaIron+DragonSkin   |2X2
ForsenaIron+FishScales   |1X1
ForsenaIron+LizardScales |1X2
ForsenaIron+SnakeScales  |1X3
ForsenaIron+DragonScales |L1
ForsenaIron+AnimalBone   |1X5
ForsenaIron+Ivory        |L2
ForsenaIron+CursedBone   |L2
ForsenaIron+Fossil       |T
ForsenaIron+ToppleCotton |Z
ForsenaIron+SultansSilk  |Z
ForsenaIron+Juddhemp     |2X2
ForsenaIron+AltenaFelt   |1X1
ForsenaIron+JacobiniRock |1X2
ForsenaIron+HalleyRock   |1X3
ForsenaIron+AnkhRock     |L1
ForsenaIron+VinekRock    |1X5
ForsenaIron+TuttleRock   |L2
ForsenaIron+NemesisRock  |L2
ForsenaIron+BiellaRock   |T
ForsenaIron+SwifteRock   |Z
ForsenaIron+Adamantite   |Z
ForsenaIron+FullMetal    |2X2
ForsenaIron+Coral        |1X1
ForsenaIron+TurtleShell  |1X2
ForsenaIron+Shell        |1X3
ForsenaIron+Emerald      |L1
ForsenaIron+Pearl        |Z
ForsenaIron+LapisLazuli  |Z
GranzSteel+GranzSteel    |1X5
GranzSteel+LorantSilver  |L2
GranzSteel+WendleSilver  |L2
GranzSteel+VizelGold     |T
GranzSteel+IshePlatinum  |Z
GranzSteel+LorimarIron   |Z
GranzSteel+AltenaAlloy   |2X2
GranzSteel+MaiaLead      |1X1
GranzSteel+Orihalcon     |1X2
GranzSteel+OakWood       |T
GranzSteel+HollyWood     |Z
GranzSteel+BaobabWood    |Z
GranzSteel+EbonyWood     |2X2
GranzSteel+MapleWood     |1X1
GranzSteel+DiorWood      |1X2
GranzSteel+AshWood       |1X3
GranzSteel+FossilWood    |L1
GranzSteel+Marble        |1X5
GranzSteel+Obsidan       |L2
GranzSteel+PedanStone    |L2
GranzSteel+Gaeus'Tears   |T
GranzSteel+AnimalHide    |Z
GranzSteel+GatorSkin     |Z
GranzSteel+CentaurHide   |2X2
GranzSteel+DragonSkin    |1X1
GranzSteel+FishScales    |1X2
GranzSteel+LizardScales  |1X3
GranzSteel+SnakeScales   |L1
GranzSteel+DragonScales  |1X5
GranzSteel+AnimalBone    |L2
GranzSteel+Ivory         |L2
GranzSteel+CursedBone    |T
GranzSteel+Fossil        |Z
GranzSteel+ToppleCotton  |Z
GranzSteel+SultansSilk   |2X2
GranzSteel+Juddhemp      |1X1
GranzSteel+AltenaFelt    |1X2
GranzSteel+JacobiniRock  |1X3
GranzSteel+HalleyRock    |L1
GranzSteel+AnkhRock      |1X5
GranzSteel+VinekRock     |L2
GranzSteel+TuttleRock    |L2
GranzSteel+NemesisRock   |T
GranzSteel+BiellaRock    |Z
GranzSteel+SwifteRock    |Z
GranzSteel+Adamantite    |2X2
GranzSteel+FullMetal     |1X1
GranzSteel+Coral         |1X2
GranzSteel+TurtleShell   |1X3
GranzSteel+Shell         |L1
GranzSteel+Emerald       |1X5
GranzSteel+Pearl         |Z
GranzSteel+LapisLazuli   |2X2
LorantSilver+VizelGold   |Z
LorantSilver+LorimarIron |2X2
LorantSilver+AltenaAlloy |1X1
LorantSilver+MaiaLead    |1X2
LorantSilver+Orihalcon   |1X3
LorantSilver+OakWood     |Z
LorantSilver+HollyWood   |Z
LorantSilver+BaobabWood  |2X2
LorantSilver+EbonyWood   |1X1
LorantSilver+MapleWood   |1X2
LorantSilver+DiorWood    |1X3
LorantSilver+AshWood     |L1
LorantSilver+FossilWood  |1X5
LorantSilver+Marble      |L2
LorantSilver+Obsidan     |L2
LorantSilver+PedanStone  |T
LorantSilver+Gaeus'Tears |Z
LorantSilver+AnimalHide  |Z
LorantSilver+GatorSkin   |2X2
LorantSilver+CentaurHide |1X1
LorantSilver+DragonSkin  |1X2
LorantSilver+FishScales  |1X3
LorantSilver+SnakeScales |1X5
LorantSilver+AnimalBone  |L2
LorantSilver+Ivory       |T
LorantSilver+CursedBone  |Z
LorantSilver+Fossil      |Z
LorantSilver+SultansSilk |1X1
LorantSilver+Juddhemp    |1X2
LorantSilver+AltenaFelt  |1X3
LorantSilver+HalleyRock  |1X5
LorantSilver+AnkhRock    |L2
LorantSilver+VinekRock   |L2
LorantSilver+TuttleRock  |T
LorantSilver+NemesisRock |Z
LorantSilver+BiellaRock  |Z
LorantSilver+SwifteRock  |2X2
LorantSilver+Adamantite  |1X1
LorantSilver+FullMetal   |1X2
LorantSilver+Coral       |1X3
LorantSilver+TurtleShell |L1
LorantSilver+Shell       |1X5
LorantSilver+Emerald     |L2
LorantSilver+Pearl       |2X2
LorantSilver+LapisLazuli |1X1
WendleSilver+VizelGold   |Z
WendleSilver+LorimarIron |1X1
WendleSilver+AltenaAlloy |1X2
WendleSilver+MaiaLead    |1X3
WendleSilver+Orihalcon   |L1
WendleSilver+OakWood     |Z
WendleSilver+HollyWood   |2X2
WendleSilver+BaobabWood  |1X1
WendleSilver+EbonyWood   |1X2
WendleSilver+MapleWood   |1X3
WendleSilver+DiorWood    |L1
WendleSilver+AshWood     |1X5
WendleSilver+FossilWood  |L2
WendleSilver+Marble      |L2
WendleSilver+Obsidan     |T
WendleSilver+PedanStone  |Z
WendleSilver+Gaeus'Tears |Z
WendleSilver+AnimalHide  |2X2
WendleSilver+GatorSkin   |1X1
WendleSilver+CentaurHide |1X2
WendleSilver+DragonSkin  |1X3
WendleSilver+FishScales  |L1
WendleSilver+SnakeScales |L2
WendleSilver+AnimalBone  |T
WendleSilver+Ivory       |Z
WendleSilver+CursedBone  |Z
WendleSilver+Fossil      |2X2
WendleSilver+SultansSilk |1X2
WendleSilver+Juddhemp    |1X3
WendleSilver+AltenaFelt  |L1
WendleSilver+HalleyRock  |L2
WendleSilver+AnkhRock    |L2
WendleSilver+VinekRock   |T
WendleSilver+TuttleRock  |Z
WendleSilver+NemesisRock |Z
WendleSilver+BiellaRock  |2X2
WendleSilver+SwifteRock  |1X1
WendleSilver+Adamantite  |1X2
WendleSilver+FullMetal   |1X3
WendleSilver+Coral       |L1
WendleSilver+TurtleShell |1X5
WendleSilver+Shell       |L2
WendleSilver+Emerald     |L2
WendleSilver+Pearl       |1X1
WendleSilver+LapisLazuli |1X2
VizelGold+VizelGold      |2X2
VizelGold+IshePlatinum   |1X1
VizelGold+LorimarIron    |1X2
VizelGold+AltenaAlloy    |1X3
VizelGold+MaiaLead       |L1
VizelGold+Orihalcon      |1X5
VizelGold+OakWood        |2X2
VizelGold+HollyWood      |1X1
VizelGold+BaobabWood     |1X2
VizelGold+EbonyWood      |1X3
VizelGold+MapleWood      |L1
VizelGold+DiorWood       |1X5
VizelGold+AshWood        |L2
VizelGold+FossilWood     |L2
VizelGold+Marble         |T
VizelGold+Obsidan        |Z
VizelGold+PedanStone     |Z
VizelGold+Gaeus'Tears    |2X2
VizelGold+AnimalHide     |1X1
VizelGold+GatorSkin      |1X2
VizelGold+CentaurHide    |1X3
VizelGold+DragonSkin     |L1
VizelGold+FishScales     |1X5
VizelGold+LizardScales   |L2
VizelGold+SnakeScales    |L2
VizelGold+DragonScales   |T
VizelGold+AnimalBone     |Z
VizelGold+Ivory          |Z
VizelGold+CursedBone     |2X2
VizelGold+Fossil         |1X1
VizelGold+ToppleCotton   |1X2
VizelGold+SultansSilk    |1X3
VizelGold+Juddhemp       |L1
VizelGold+AltenaFelt     |1X5
VizelGold+JacobiniRock   |L2
VizelGold+HalleyRock     |L2
VizelGold+AnkhRock       |T
VizelGold+VinekRock      |Z
VizelGold+TuttleRock     |Z
VizelGold+NemesisRock    |2X2
VizelGold+BiellaRock     |1X1
VizelGold+SwifteRock     |1X2
VizelGold+Adamantite     |1X3
VizelGold+FullMetal      |L1
VizelGold+Coral          |1X5
VizelGold+TurtleShell    |L2
VizelGold+Shell          |L2
VizelGold+Emerald        |T
VizelGold+Pearl          |1X2
VizelGold+LapisLazuli    |1X3
IshePlatinum+LorimarIron |1X3
IshePlatinum+AltenaAlloy |L1
IshePlatinum+MaiaLead    |1X5
IshePlatinum+Orihalcon   |L2
IshePlatinum+OakWood     |1X1
IshePlatinum+HollyWood   |1X2
IshePlatinum+BaobabWood  |1X3
IshePlatinum+EbonyWood   |L1
IshePlatinum+MapleWood   |1X5
IshePlatinum+DiorWood    |L2
IshePlatinum+AshWood     |L2
IshePlatinum+FossilWood  |T
IshePlatinum+Marble      |Z
IshePlatinum+Obsidan     |Z
IshePlatinum+PedanStone  |2X2
IshePlatinum+Gaeus'Tears |1X1
IshePlatinum+AnimalHide  |1X2
IshePlatinum+GatorSkin   |1X3
IshePlatinum+CentaurHide |L1
IshePlatinum+DragonSkin  |1X5
IshePlatinum+FishScales  |L2
IshePlatinum+SnakeScales |T
IshePlatinum+AnimalBone  |Z
IshePlatinum+Ivory       |2X2
IshePlatinum+CursedBone  |1X1
IshePlatinum+Fossil      |1X2
IshePlatinum+SultansSilk |L1
IshePlatinum+Juddhemp    |1X5
IshePlatinum+AltenaFelt  |L2
IshePlatinum+HalleyRock  |T
IshePlatinum+AnkhRock    |Z
IshePlatinum+VinekRock   |Z
IshePlatinum+TuttleRock  |2X2
IshePlatinum+NemesisRock |1X1
IshePlatinum+BiellaRock  |1X2
IshePlatinum+SwifteRock  |1X3
IshePlatinum+Adamantite  |L1
IshePlatinum+FullMetal   |1X5
IshePlatinum+Coral       |L2
IshePlatinum+TurtleShell |L2
IshePlatinum+Shell       |T
IshePlatinum+Emerald     |Z
IshePlatinum+Pearl       |1X3
IshePlatinum+LapisLazuli |L1
LorimarIron+LorimarIron  |L1
LorimarIron+AltenaAlloy  |1X5
LorimarIron+MaiaLead     |L2
LorimarIron+Orihalcon    |L2
LorimarIron+OakWood      |1X2
LorimarIron+HollyWood    |1X3
LorimarIron+BaobabWood   |L1
LorimarIron+EbonyWood    |1X5
LorimarIron+MapleWood    |L2
LorimarIron+DiorWood     |L2
LorimarIron+AshWood      |T
LorimarIron+FossilWood   |Z
LorimarIron+Marble       |Z
LorimarIron+Obsidan      |2X2
LorimarIron+PedanStone   |1X1
LorimarIron+Gaeus'Tears  |1X2
LorimarIron+AnimalHide   |1X3
LorimarIron+GatorSkin    |L1
LorimarIron+CentaurHide  |1X5
LorimarIron+DragonSkin   |L2
LorimarIron+FishScales   |L2
LorimarIron+LizardScales |T
LorimarIron+SnakeScales  |Z
LorimarIron+DragonScales |Z
LorimarIron+AnimalBone   |2X2
LorimarIron+Ivory        |1X1
LorimarIron+CursedBone   |1X2
LorimarIron+Fossil       |1X3
LorimarIron+ToppleCotton |L1
LorimarIron+SultansSilk  |1X5
LorimarIron+Juddhemp     |L2
LorimarIron+AltenaFelt   |L2
LorimarIron+JacobiniRock |T
LorimarIron+HalleyRock   |Z
LorimarIron+AnkhRock     |Z
LorimarIron+VinekRock    |2X2
LorimarIron+TuttleRock   |1X1
LorimarIron+NemesisRock  |1X2
LorimarIron+BiellaRock   |1X3
LorimarIron+SwifteRock   |L1
LorimarIron+Adamantite   |1X5
LorimarIron+FullMetal    |L2
LorimarIron+Coral        |L2
LorimarIron+TurtleShell  |T
LorimarIron+Shell        |Z
LorimarIron+Emerald      |Z
LorimarIron+Pearl        |L1
LorimarIron+LapisLazuli  |1X5
AltenaAlloy+AltenaAlloy  |L2
AltenaAlloy+MaiaLead     |L2
AltenaAlloy+Orihalcon    |T
AltenaAlloy+OakWood      |1X3
AltenaAlloy+HollyWood    |L1
AltenaAlloy+BaobabWood   |1X5
AltenaAlloy+EbonyWood    |L2
AltenaAlloy+MapleWood    |L2
AltenaAlloy+DiorWood     |T
AltenaAlloy+AshWood      |Z
AltenaAlloy+FossilWood   |Z
AltenaAlloy+Marble       |2X2
AltenaAlloy+Obsidan      |1X1
AltenaAlloy+PedanStone   |1X2
AltenaAlloy+Gaeus'Tears  |1X3
AltenaAlloy+AnimalHide   |L1
AltenaAlloy+GatorSkin    |1X5
AltenaAlloy+CentaurHide  |L2
AltenaAlloy+DragonSkin   |L2
AltenaAlloy+FishScales   |T
AltenaAlloy+LizardScales |Z
AltenaAlloy+SnakeScales  |Z
AltenaAlloy+DragonScales |2X2
AltenaAlloy+AnimalBone   |1X1
AltenaAlloy+Ivory        |1X2
AltenaAlloy+CursedBone   |1X3
AltenaAlloy+Fossil       |L1
AltenaAlloy+ToppleCotton |1X5
AltenaAlloy+SultansSilk  |L2
AltenaAlloy+Juddhemp     |L2
AltenaAlloy+AltenaFelt   |T
AltenaAlloy+JacobiniRock |Z
AltenaAlloy+HalleyRock   |Z
AltenaAlloy+AnkhRock     |2X2
AltenaAlloy+VinekRock    |1X1
AltenaAlloy+TuttleRock   |1X2
AltenaAlloy+NemesisRock  |1X3
AltenaAlloy+BiellaRock   |L1
AltenaAlloy+SwifteRock   |1X5
AltenaAlloy+Adamantite   |L2
AltenaAlloy+FullMetal    |L2
AltenaAlloy+Coral        |T
AltenaAlloy+TurtleShell  |Z
AltenaAlloy+Shell        |Z
AltenaAlloy+Emerald      |2X2
AltenaAlloy+Pearl        |1X5
AltenaAlloy+LapisLazuli  |L2
MaiaLead+MaiaLead        |T
MaiaLead+Orihalcon       |Z
MaiaLead+OakWood         |L1
MaiaLead+HollyWood       |1X5
MaiaLead+BaobabWood      |L2
MaiaLead+EbonyWood       |L2
MaiaLead+MapleWood       |T
MaiaLead+DiorWood        |Z
MaiaLead+AshWood         |Z
MaiaLead+FossilWood      |2X2
MaiaLead+Marble          |1X1
MaiaLead+Obsidan         |1X2
MaiaLead+PedanStone      |1X3
MaiaLead+Gaeus'Tears     |L1
MaiaLead+AnimalHide      |1X5
MaiaLead+GatorSkin       |L2
MaiaLead+CentaurHide     |L2
MaiaLead+DragonSkin      |T
MaiaLead+FishScales      |Z
MaiaLead+LizardScales    |Z
MaiaLead+SnakeScales     |2X2
MaiaLead+DragonScales    |1X1
MaiaLead+AnimalBone      |1X2
MaiaLead+Ivory           |1X3
MaiaLead+CursedBone      |L1
MaiaLead+Fossil          |1X5
MaiaLead+ToppleCotton    |L2
MaiaLead+SultansSilk     |L2
MaiaLead+Juddhemp        |T
MaiaLead+AltenaFelt      |Z
MaiaLead+JacobiniRock    |Z
MaiaLead+HalleyRock      |2X2
MaiaLead+AnkhRock        |1X1
MaiaLead+VinekRock       |1X2
MaiaLead+TuttleRock      |1X3
MaiaLead+NemesisRock     |L1
MaiaLead+BiellaRock      |1X5
MaiaLead+SwifteRock      |L2
MaiaLead+Adamantite      |L2
MaiaLead+FullMetal       |T
MaiaLead+Coral           |Z
MaiaLead+TurtleShell     |Z
MaiaLead+Shell           |2X2
MaiaLead+Emerald         |1X1
MaiaLead+Pearl           |L2
MaiaLead+LapisLazuli     |L2
Orihalcon+Orihalcon      |Z
Orihalcon+OakWood        |1X5
Orihalcon+HollyWood      |L2
Orihalcon+BaobabWood     |L2
Orihalcon+EbonyWood      |T
Orihalcon+MapleWood      |Z
Orihalcon+DiorWood       |Z
Orihalcon+AshWood        |2X2
Orihalcon+FossilWood     |1X1
Orihalcon+Marble         |1X2
Orihalcon+Obsidan        |1X3
Orihalcon+PedanStone     |L1
Orihalcon+Gaeus'Tears    |1X5
Orihalcon+AnimalHide     |L2
Orihalcon+GatorSkin      |L2
Orihalcon+CentaurHide    |T
Orihalcon+DragonSkin     |Z
Orihalcon+FishScales     |Z
Orihalcon+LizardScales   |2X2
Orihalcon+SnakeScales    |1X1
Orihalcon+DragonScales   |1X2
Orihalcon+AnimalBone     |1X3
Orihalcon+Ivory          |L1
Orihalcon+CursedBone     |1X5
Orihalcon+Fossil         |L2
Orihalcon+ToppleCotton   |L2
Orihalcon+SultansSilk    |T
Orihalcon+Juddhemp       |Z
Orihalcon+AltenaFelt     |Z
Orihalcon+JacobiniRock   |2X2
Orihalcon+HalleyRock     |1X1
Orihalcon+AnkhRock       |1X2
Orihalcon+VinekRock      |1X3
Orihalcon+TuttleRock     |L1
Orihalcon+NemesisRock    |1X5
Orihalcon+BiellaRock     |L2
Orihalcon+SwifteRock     |L2
Orihalcon+Adamantite     |T
Orihalcon+FullMetal      |Z
Orihalcon+Coral          |Z
Orihalcon+TurtleShell    |2X2
Orihalcon+Shell          |1X1
Orihalcon+Emerald        |1X2
Orihalcon+Pearl          |L2
Orihalcon+LapisLazuli    |T
OakWood+OakWood          |2X2
OakWood+HollyWood        |1X1
OakWood+BaobabWood       |1X2
OakWood+EbonyWood        |1X3
OakWood+MapleWood        |L1
OakWood+DiorWood         |1X5
OakWood+AshWood          |L2
OakWood+FossilWood       |L2
OakWood+Marble           |T
OakWood+Obsidan          |Z
OakWood+PedanStone       |Z
OakWood+Gaeus'Tears      |2X2
OakWood+AnimalHide       |1X1
OakWood+GatorSkin        |1X2
OakWood+CentaurHide      |1X3
OakWood+DragonSkin       |L1
OakWood+FishScales       |1X5
OakWood+LizardScales     |L2
OakWood+SnakeScales      |L2
OakWood+DragonScales     |T
OakWood+AnimalBone       |Z
OakWood+Ivory            |Z
OakWood+CursedBone       |2X2
OakWood+Fossil           |1X1
OakWood+ToppleCotton     |1X2
OakWood+SultansSilk      |1X3
OakWood+Juddhemp         |L1
OakWood+AltenaFelt       |1X5
OakWood+JacobiniRock     |L2
OakWood+HalleyRock       |L2
OakWood+AnkhRock         |T
OakWood+VinekRock        |Z
OakWood+TuttleRock       |Z
OakWood+NemesisRock      |2X2
OakWood+BiellaRock       |1X1
OakWood+SwifteRock       |1X2
OakWood+Adamantite       |1X3
OakWood+FullMetal        |L1
OakWood+Coral            |1X5
OakWood+TurtleShell      |L2
OakWood+Shell            |L2
OakWood+Emerald          |T
OakWood+Pearl            |1X2
OakWood+LapisLazuli      |1X3
HollyWood+HollyWood      |1X2
HollyWood+BaobabWood     |1X3
HollyWood+EbonyWood      |L1
HollyWood+MapleWood      |1X5
HollyWood+DiorWood       |L2
HollyWood+AshWood        |L2
HollyWood+FossilWood     |T
HollyWood+Marble         |Z
HollyWood+Obsidan        |Z
HollyWood+PedanStone     |2X2
HollyWood+Gaeus'Tears    |1X1
HollyWood+AnimalHide     |1X2
HollyWood+GatorSkin      |1X3
HollyWood+CentaurHide    |L1
HollyWood+DragonSkin     |1X5
HollyWood+FishScales     |L2
HollyWood+LizardScales   |L2
HollyWood+SnakeScales    |T
HollyWood+DragonScales   |Z
HollyWood+AnimalBone     |Z
HollyWood+Ivory          |2X2
HollyWood+CursedBone     |1X1
HollyWood+Fossil         |1X2
HollyWood+ToppleCotton   |1X3
HollyWood+SultansSilk    |L1
HollyWood+Juddhemp       |1X5
HollyWood+AltenaFelt     |L2
HollyWood+JacobiniRock   |L2
HollyWood+HalleyRock     |T
HollyWood+AnkhRock       |Z
HollyWood+VinekRock      |Z
HollyWood+TuttleRock     |2X2
HollyWood+NemesisRock    |1X1
HollyWood+BiellaRock     |1X2
HollyWood+SwifteRock     |1X3
HollyWood+Adamantite     |L1
HollyWood+FullMetal      |1X5
HollyWood+Coral          |L2
HollyWood+TurtleShell    |L2
HollyWood+Shell          |T
HollyWood+Emerald        |Z
HollyWood+Pearl          |1X3
HollyWood+LapisLazuli    |L1
BaobabWood+BaobabWood    |L1
BaobabWood+EbonyWood     |1X5
BaobabWood+MapleWood     |L2
BaobabWood+DiorWood      |L2
BaobabWood+Ash Wood      |T
BaobabWood+FossilWood    |Z
BaobabWood+Marble        |Z
BaobabWood+Obsidan       |2X2
BaobabWood+PedanStone    |1X1
BaobabWood+Gaeus'Tears   |1X2
BaobabWood+AnimalHide    |1X3
BaobabWood+GatorSkin     |L1
BaobabWood+CentaurHide   |1X5
BaobabWood+DragonSkin    |L2
BaobabWood+FishScales    |L2
BaobabWood+LizardScales  |T
BaobabWood+SnakeScales   |Z
BaobabWood+DragonScales  |Z
BaobabWood+AnimalBone    |2X2
BaobabWood+Ivory         |1X1
BaobabWood+CursedBone    |1X2
BaobabWood+Fossil        |1X3
BaobabWood+ToppleCotton  |L1
BaobabWood+SultansSilk   |1X5
BaobabWood+Juddhemp      |L2
BaobabWood+AltenaFelt    |L2
BaobabWood+JacobiniRock  |T
BaobabWood+HalleyRock    |Z
BaobabWood+AnkhRock      |Z
BaobabWood+VinekRock     |2X2
BaobabWood+TuttleRock    |1X1
BaobabWood+NemesisRock   |1X2
BaobabWood+BiellaRock    |1X3
BaobabWood+SwifteRock    |L1
BaobabWood+Adamantite    |1X5
BaobabWood+FullMetal     |L2
BaobabWood+Coral         |L2
BaobabWood+TurtleShell   |T
BaobabWood+Shell         |Z
BaobabWood+Emerald       |Z
BaobabWood+Pearl         |L1
BaobabWood+LapisLazuli   |1X5
EbonyWood+EbonyWood      |L2
EbonyWood+MapleWood      |L2
EbonyWood+DiorWood       |T
EbonyWood+AshWood        |Z
EbonyWood+FossilWood     |Z
EbonyWood+Marble         |2X2
EbonyWood+Obsidan        |1X1
EbonyWood+PedanStone     |1X2
EbonyWood+Gaeus'Tears    |1X3
EbonyWood+AnimalHide     |L1
EbonyWood+GatorSkin      |1X5
EbonyWood+CentaurHide    |L2
EbonyWood+DragonSkin     |L2
EbonyWood+FishScales     |T
EbonyWood+LizardScales   |Z
EbonyWood+SnakeScales    |Z
EbonyWood+DragonScales   |2X2
EbonyWood+AnimalBone     |1X1
EbonyWood+Ivory          |1X2
EbonyWood+CursedBone     |1X3
EbonyWood+Fossil         |L1
EbonyWood+ToppleCotton   |1X5
EbonyWood+SultansSilk    |L2
EbonyWood+Juddhemp       |L2
EbonyWood+AltenaFelt     |T
EbonyWood+JacobiniRock   |Z
EbonyWood+HalleyRock     |Z
EbonyWood+AnkhRock       |2X2
EbonyWood+VinekRock      |1X1
EbonyWood+TuttleRock     |1X2
EbonyWood+NemesisRock    |1X3
EbonyWood+BiellaRock     |L1
EbonyWood+SwifteRock     |1X5
EbonyWood+Adamantite     |L2
EbonyWood+FullMetal      |L2
EbonyWood+Coral          |T
EbonyWood+TurtleShell    |Z
EbonyWood+Shell          |Z
EbonyWood+Emerald        |2X2
EbonyWood+Pearl          |1X5
EbonyWood+LapisLazuli    |L2
MapleWood+MapleWood      |T
MapleWood+DiorWood       |Z
MapleWood+AshWood        |Z
MapleWood+FossilWood     |2X2
MapleWood+Marble         |1X1
MapleWood+Obsidan        |1X2
MapleWood+PedanStone     |1X3
MapleWood+Gaeus'Tears    |L1
MapleWood+AnimalHide     |1X5
MapleWood+GatorSkin      |L2
MapleWood+CentaurHide    |L2
MapleWood+DragonSkin     |T
MapleWood+FishScales     |Z
MapleWood+LizardScales   |Z
MapleWood+SnakeScales    |2X2
MapleWood+DragonScales   |1X1
MapleWood+AnimalBone     |1X2
MapleWood+Ivory          |1X3
MapleWood+CursedBone     |L1
MapleWood+Fossil         |1X5
MapleWood+ToppleCotton   |L2
MapleWood+SultansSilk    |L2
MapleWood+Juddhemp       |T
MapleWood+AltenaFelt     |Z
MapleWood+JacobiniRock   |Z
MapleWood+HalleyRock     |2X2
MapleWood+AnkhRock       |1X1
MapleWood+VinekRock      |1X2
MapleWood+TuttleRock     |1X3
MapleWood+NemesisRock    |L1
MapleWood+BiellaRock     |1X5
MapleWood+SwifteRock     |L2
MapleWood+Adamantite     |L2
MapleWood+FullMetal      |T
MapleWood+Coral          |Z
MapleWood+TurtleShell    |Z
MapleWood+Shell          |2X2
MapleWood+Emerald        |1X1
MapleWood+Pearl          |L2
MapleWood+LapisLazuli    |L2
DiorWood+DiorWood        |Z
DiorWood+AshWood         |2X2
DiorWood+FossilWood      |1X1
DiorWood+Marble          |1X2
DiorWood+Obsidan         |1X3
DiorWood+PedanStone      |L1
DiorWood+Gaeus'Tears     |1X5
DiorWood+AnimalHide      |L2
DiorWood+GatorSkin       |L2
DiorWood+CentaurHide     |T
DiorWood+DragonSkin      |Z
DiorWood+FishScales      |Z
DiorWood+LizardScales    |2X2
DiorWood+SnakeScales     |1X1
DiorWood+DragonScales    |1X2
DiorWood+AnimalBone      |1X3
DiorWood+Ivory           |L1
DiorWood+CursedBone      |1X5
DiorWood+Fossil          |L2
DiorWood+ToppleCotton    |L2
DiorWood+SultansSilk     |T
DiorWood+Juddhemp        |Z
DiorWood+AltenaFelt      |Z
DiorWood+JacobiniRock    |2X2
DiorWood+HalleyRock      |1X1
DiorWood+AnkhRock        |1X2
DiorWood+VinekRock       |1X3
DiorWood+TuttleRock      |L1
DiorWood+NemesisRock     |1X5
DiorWood+BiellaRock      |L2
DiorWood+SwifteRock      |L2
DiorWood+Adamantite      |T
DiorWood+FullMetal       |Z
DiorWood+Coral           |Z
DiorWood+TurtleShell     |2X2
DiorWood+Shell           |1X1
DiorWood+Emerald         |1X2
DiorWood+Pearl           |L2
DiorWood+LapisLazuli     |T
AshWood+AshWood          |1X1
AshWood+FossilWood       |1X2
AshWood+Marble           |1X3
AshWood+Obsidan          |L1
AshWood+PedanStone       |1X5
AshWood+Gaeus'Tears      |L2
AshWood+AnimalHide       |L2
AshWood+GatorSkin        |T
AshWood+CentaurHide      |Z
AshWood+DragonSkin       |Z
AshWood+FishScales       |2X2
AshWood+LizardScales     |1X1
AshWood+SnakeScales      |1X2
AshWood+DragonScales     |1X3
AshWood+AnimalBone       |L1
AshWood+Ivory            |1X5
AshWood+CursedBone       |L2
AshWood+Fossil           |L2
AshWood+ToppleCotton     |T
AshWood+SultansSilk      |Z
AshWood+Juddhemp         |Z
AshWood+AltenaFelt       |2X2
AshWood+JacobiniRock     |1X1
AshWood+HalleyRock       |1X2
AshWood+AnkhRock         |1X3
AshWood+VinekRock        |L1
AshWood+TuttleRock       |1X5
AshWood+NemesisRock      |L2
AshWood+BiellaRock       |L2
AshWood+SwifteRock       |T
AshWood+Adamantite       |Z
AshWood+FullMetal        |Z
AshWood+Coral            |2X2
AshWood+TurtleShell      |1X1
AshWood+Shell            |1X2
AshWood+Emerald          |1X3
AshWood+Pearl            |T
AshWood+LapisLazuli      |Z
FossilWood+FossilWood    |1X3
FossilWood+Marble        |L1
FossilWood+Obsidan       |1X5
FossilWood+PedanStone    |L2
FossilWood+Gaeus'Tears   |L2
FossilWood+AnimalHide    |T
FossilWood+GatorSkin     |Z
FossilWood+CentaurHide   |Z
FossilWood+DragonSkin    |2X2
FossilWood+FishScales    |1X1
FossilWood+LizardScales  |1X2
FossilWood+SnakeScales   |1X3
FossilWood+DragonScales  |L1
FossilWood+AnimalBone    |1X5
FossilWood+Ivory         |L2
FossilWood+CursedBone    |L2
FossilWood+Fossil        |T
FossilWood+ToppleCotton  |Z
FossilWood+SultansSilk   |Z
FossilWood+Juddhemp      |2X2
FossilWood+AltenaFelt    |1X1
FossilWood+JacobiniRock  |1X2
FossilWood+HalleyRock    |1X3
FossilWood+AnkhRock      |L1
FossilWood+VinekRock     |1X5
FossilWood+TuttleRock    |L2
FossilWood+NemesisRock   |L2
FossilWood+BiellaRock    |T
FossilWood+SwifteRock    |Z
FossilWood+Adamantite    |Z
FossilWood+FullMetal     |2X2
FossilWood+Coral         |1X1
FossilWood+TurtleShell   |1X2
FossilWood+Shell         |1X3
FossilWood+Emerald       |L1
FossilWood+Pearl         |Z
FossilWood+LapisLazuli   |Z

I'll finsh with the list with a new metal each update.
2) Combinations for Attacks
Any combination not listed, then that combination yields nothing.  
Items, Attack, and Color are all self-explanatory, 
but Range is based on if your robot has 6 logic block areas.  
1-6 is the rows across the Range side.
So 1 is when the enemy is close, 3-4 is mid range, and 6 is cross screen.
For full screen, it'll say "Full"
Full Screen by the way, means the attack goes across the full width
of the Screen.  This was confusing at first and is better now. ^_^

After the Range, you may see a letter in parenthesis.  This is to
help clarify some of the attacks further.

(C)- Circle (Like the Musical Instrument) A circle around the golem,
where the radius is equal to the number in range
(L)- Line (Like the Musical Instrument) A straight line in both directions
equal in length to the number in range.
(M) - Multiple This attack can hit multiple enemies
(R) - The direction it comes out in is totally random
If multiple letters are present, then it has both qualities. Example:
(CM), fires in a circle and hits mutliple enemies.
If nothing, then it goes in a straight line in one direction.  Others
will be added when needed.

Items           |Attack           |Color|Range
Shield+Helm     |Barrier          |Red  |Self/1
Shield+Hat      |Barrier          |Red  |Self/1
Shield+Haubrek  |Nuclear Explosion|Red  |1-2(CM)
Shield+Gauntlet |Barrier          |Red  |Self/1
Shield+Armor    |Nuclear Explosion|Red  |1-2(CM)
Shield+Bow      |Electric Net     |Green|1-3
Shield+Marimba  |Immolation       |Red  |1-3
Helm+Helm       |Energy Charge    |Red  |Self
Helm+Hat        |Float            |Blue |Self
Helm+Haubrek    |Fireworks        |Red  |1-2(CM)
Helm+Gauntlet   |Barrier          |Red  |Self/1
Helm+Armor      |Fireworks        |Red  |1-2(CM)
Helm+Hammer     |Spiked Bomb Hail |Green|1-2(CMR)
Helm+Flail      |Spiked Bomb Hail |Green|1-2(CMR)
Helm+Harp       |Rocket Missle    |Red  |1-4(M)
Helm+Marimba    |Napalm Bomb      |Red  |1-4(LM)
Helm+Flute      |Acid Beam        |Red  |1-6(M)
Hat+Hat         |Halt             |Blue |Unknown
Hat+Haubrek     |Fireworks        |Red  |1-2(CRM)
Hat+Gauntlet    |Barrier          |Red  |Self/1
Hat+Armor       |Fireworks        |Red  |1-2(CRM)
Hat+Hammer      |Spiked Bomb Hail |Green|1-2(CMR)
Hat+Flail       |Spiked Bomb Hail |Green|1-2(CMR)
Hat+Harp        |Rocket Missle    |Red  |1-4(M)
Hat+Marimba     |Napalm Bomb      |Red  |1-4(LM)
Hat+Flute       |Acid Beam        |Red  |1-6(M)
Hat+Drum        |Dopplegangers    |Red  |1-3(CRM)
Haubrek+Haubrek |Bomber Shot      |Red  |3(CR)
Haubrek+Gauntlet|Nuclear Explosion|Red  |1-2(CM)
Haubrek+Boots   |Bowling Bomb     |Red  |3
Haubrek+Shoes   |Bowling Bomb     |Red  |3
Haubrek+Armor   |Bomber Shot      |Red  |3(CR)
Haubrek+Glove   |Dynamite Punch   |Green|1
Haubrek+Drum    |Scatter Bombs    |Red  |2-3(CMR)
Robe+Robe       |Spiny Guard      |Blue |Self
Robe+Ring       |Bit Barrier      |Red  |1-3(CM)
Robe+Boots      |Spinning Blow    |Blue |1(C)
Robe+Shoes      |Spinning Blow    |Blue |1(C)
Robe+Mantle     |Spiny Guard      |Blue |Self
Robe+Pendant    |Bit Barrier      |Red  |1-3(CM)
Robe+2HSword    |Chainsaw Spin    |Green|1
Robe+2HAxe      |Chainsaw Spin    |Green|1
Robe+Hammer     |Spiked Boomerang |Green|1-6(M)
Robe+Flail      |Spiked Boomerang |Green|1-6(M)
Robe+Drum       |Diffusion Beam   |Red  |1-4(M)
Gauntlet+Armor  |Nuclear Explosion|Red  |1-2(CM)
Gauntlet+Bow    |Electric Net     |Green|1-3
Gauntlet+Marimba|Immolation       |Red  |1-3
Ring+Ring       |Bit Beams        |Red  |1-3
Ring+Mantle     |Bit Barrier      |Red  |1-3(CM)
Ring+Pendant    |Bit Beams        |Red  |1-3
Ring+Hammer     |Candy Drops      |Red  |3(R)
Ring+Flail      |Candy Drops      |Red  |3(R)
Ring+Bow        |Double Bits      |Red  |1-3(M)
Boots+Shoes     |Retreat          |Blue |Unknown
Boots+Armor     |Bowling Bomb     |Red  |3
Boots+Mantle    |Spinning Blow    |Blue |1(C)
Boots+Harp      |Jet Dash         |Blue |1-5(M)
Shoes+Armor     |Bowling Bomb     |Red  |3
Shoes+Mantle    |Spinning Blow    |Blue |1(C)
Shoes+Harp      |Jet Dash         |Blue |1-6(M)
Armor+Armor     |Bombershot       |Red  |3 (R)
Armor+Glove     |Dynamite Punch   |Green|1
Armor+Marimba   |Buster Launcher  |Red  |Full(M)
Armor+Flute     |Meteor Shower    |Red  |3-4(CM)
Armor+Drum      |Scatter Bombs    |Red  |1-2(CMR)
Mantle+Mantle   |Spiny Guard      |Blue |Self
Mantle+Pendant  |Bit Barrier      |Red  |1-3(CM)
Mantle+2HSword  |Chainsaw Spin    |Green|1
Mantle+2HAxe    |Chainsaw Spin    |Green|1
Mantle+Hammer   |Spiked Boomerang |Green|1-6(M)
Mantle+Flail    |Spiked Boomerang |Green|1-6(M)
Pendant+Pendant |Bit Beams        |Red  |1-3
Pendant+Hammer  |Candy Drops      |Red  |3(R)
Pendant+Flail   |Candy Drops      |Red  |3(R)
Pendant+Bow     |Double Bits      |Red  |1-3(M)
Knife+Knife     |Chain Spear      |Green|1-2
Knife+Sword     |Chain Gulliotine |Green|1-2
Knife+Axe       |Chain Gulliotine |Green|1-2
Knife+Glove     |Chain Drill      |Green|1-2
Knife+Harp      |Drill Missles    |Green|Full(M)
Sword+Sword     |Gulliotine       |Green|1
Sword+Axe       |Gulliotine       |Green|1
Sword+2HSword   |Chainsaw R       |Green|1-4(M)
Sword+2HAxe     |Chainsaw R       |Green|1-4(M)
Sword+Spear     |Chain Gulliotine |Green|1-2
Sword+Staff     |Chain Gulliotine |Green|1-2
Sword+Drum      |Hurricane Slash  |Green|Full(M)
Axe+Axe         |Gulliotine       |Green|1
Axe+2HSword     |Chainsaw R       |Green|1-4(M)
Axe+2HAxe       |Chainsaw R       |Green|1-4(M)
Axe+Spear       |Chain Gulliotine |Green|1-2
Axe+Staff       |Chain Gulliotine |Green|1-2
Axe+Drum        |Hurricane Slash  |Green|Full(M)
2HSword+2HSword |Chainsaw         |Green|1
2HSword+2HAxe   |Chainsaw         |Green|1
2HAxe+2HAxe     |Chainsaw         |Green|1
Hammer+Hammer   |Rubber Hammer    |Green|1
Hammer+Glove    |Spiked Punch     |Green|1
Hammer+Flail    |Rubber Hammer    |Green|1
Spear+Spear     |Chain Spear      |Green|1-2
Spear+Staff     |Chain Spear      |Green|1-2
Spear+Glove     |Chain Drill      |Green|1-2
Spear+Harp      |Drill Missles    |Green|Full(M)
Staff+Staff     |Chain Spear      |Green|1-2
Staff+Glove     |Chain Drill      |Green|1-2
Staff+Harp      |Drill Missles    |Green|Full(M)
Glove+Glove     |Knuckle Punch    |Green|1
Glove+Flail     |Spiked Punch     |Green|1
Glove+Harp      |Rocket Punch     |Green|Full(M)
Flail+Flail     |Rubber Hammer    |Green|1
Bow+Bow         |Shotgun          |Green|Full
Bow+Flute       |Wave Beam        |Red  |1-6(M)
Bow+Drum        |Machine Gun      |Green|Full
Harp+Harp       |Missles          |Red  |1-6(M)
Harp+Marimba    |Projectile Shot  |Red  |1-6
Marimba+Marimba |Flame Launcher   |Red  |2-4(M)
Marimba+Flute   |Diffusion Beam   |Red  |1-5
Marimba+Drum    |Flame Cyclone    |Red  |1-2(CM)
Flute+Flute     |Beam Shot        |Red  |Full(M)
Flute+Drum      |Electric Charge  |Red  |1-2(CM)
Drum+Drum       |Pulse Attack     |Red  |1-3(CM)
SECTION C: Logic Blocks General Information
1) What does the + mean?
Often when creating a logic block, a + with a number is seen on the block.
Now, + increases the power of that paticular block, making it hit harder,
defend better, or jet dash faster.  +'s aren't necessary, but they help alot.

2) What does each logic block actually do.
This is another misleading idea, but I can't think of a better way to say it.
Here, I will list (once I know of course)what each logic block actually does
in battle.

For Example (this is a made up block by the way): 
BOOM!-Legend Of Mana says "Golem explodes".  
That's not very helpful on telling what the attack does or what it looks like.  
I'd put "Your Golem charges up, glows red,
then an explosion covers half the screen."  
Much more informative.  

Barrier           - Golem stands still for a second and 
                    is covered by a shield.  The shield can hit
                    enemies around the golem.
                    It apparently raises his magic defense.
Nuclear Explosion - Golem charges up and explodes.  Massive damage,
                    but your golem is left with 1% health.
Immolation        - Golem raises his arm and shoots a small flame.
                    It hits farther away than it looks.  Does little
                    damage but causes Flameburst?(what is that?)more
Fireworks         - Golem releases fireworks that fall to the ground
                    and explode in beautiful technicolor.
Rocket Missle     - Golem shoots a big rocket at enemies. The rocket's
                    explosion hits .5 blocks around it.
Napalm Bomb       - Golem flies into the air and drops a bomb.  The bomb
                    acts like most Flutes with line fire/lock, but
                    it has a set range.  Looks cool though.
Acid Beam         - Golem fires a purple beam that covers most of
                    the screen.
Energy Charge     - No one really knows what this does, but it doesn't
                    restore health. Some claim it raises the gauge faster
Float             - Golem flies into the sky and sits there for a while,
                    avoiding danger.
Jet Dash          - Golem speeds through enemys, going across the screen.
Dopplegangers     - Sounds cooler than it is.  Golem releases little
                    golems that damage the opponent by exploding on
Spinning Blow     - Golem spins, hitting everything directly next to
Diffusion Beam    - Not a beam.  Golem releases a bunch of purple
                    star projectiles.  Doed good damage, but doesn't go
                    very far.
Bit Beams         - So underrated, now the coolest Golem tool.  Golem
                    charges and launches a bit that shoots a laser, that
                    autotargets, at an enemy.  Very cool
Double Bits       - Same as Bit beams, but with Two bits for multiple shots.
Buster Launcher   - Professor Bomb's Golem uses this.  Golem charges
                    then fires a huge beam across the screen. Potent
                    Damage too.
Meteor Shower     - Golem firest a beam into the air, and a circle around
                    him lands with a bit of a splash damage radius.  Must
                    be placed properly or it will have no effect whatsoever.
Beam Shot         - Golem fires a thin beam across the screen.
Pulse Attack      - Golem plays some music and releases huge sound waves.
Shotgun           - Golem pulls out a pistol and unloads three shots,
                    which are yellow visible lines.
Machinegun        - Golem pulls out pistol and unloads a full clip.
Candy Drop        - Golem pops out a piece of candy for you.
Wave Beam         - Golem charges, then lets loose an flow of electricity
                    at your opponent.  Looks very cool.
Jet Dash          - Golem charges, then actually dashes through his opponents,
                    for not much damage, but it's better than nothing.
Projectile Shot   - Golem just fires one missle.
Missles           - Golem fires a tri-shot of missles, with the typical
                    three way shot format.
Electric Net      - Golem fires a what appears to be web of electricity. Doesn't
                    hit if enemy is too close.

Benjamin F Larsen 
And not myself.  I have not tested them, so if one is wrong, tell me.

Spike-Bomb Hail   - Golem swings a hammer over its head, and
several spiked balls fall around the golem, bouncing outward. Misses
often but does good damage. The move will be cancelled if hit while
Spiked Boomerang  - Golem swings a hammer over its head, and throws
a spiked mace across the screen. Does not hit enemies on the way back. 
The move will be cancelled if hit while swinging.
Spiked Punch      - Golem swings a hammer over its head, and hits a nearby
enemy. The move will be cancelled if hit while swinging.
Rubber Hammer     - Hits a nearby enemy. Seems to be blocked often.
Chain Spear       - Just like a spear strike.
Chain Drill       - Does not count as a Knuckles attack. Much like Chain
Drill Missiles    - Fires a drill across the screen.
Knuckle Punch     - Just a punch. 
Dynamite Punch    - A flurry of punches, but only hits once.
Rocket Punch      - Throws a fist across the screen.
Guillotine        - Stabs with a short blade.
Chain Guillotine  - Stabs with a short blade on a long chain, just 
like Chain Spear.
Hurricane Slash   - Sends a small whirlwind across the screen.
Chainsaw          - Stabs with a buzzsaw.
Chainsaw Spin     - Functionally identical to Chainsaw.
Chainsaw R        - Blade flies out and returns. Does not count as a
Guillotine attack.
Flame Launcher    - Golem spits a horizontal gout of fire,
Salamander-based damage. Can cause Flameburst.
Flame Cyclone     - Golem charges, then spews fire in a pinwheel,
Salamander-besed damage. Can cause Flameburst.
Scatter Bombs     - Golem throws a bunch of small bombs in all
directions. Hard to hit with.
Bit Barrier       - Golem charges, then bits come out of the golem and
spin around in a circle.
Bowling Bomb      - Golem charges, then flies up like in Napalm Bomb, drops
a bomb, which rolls a few blocks and explodes. Very small explosion,
darn near impossible to hit.
Spiny Guard       - Prof. Bomb's Golem uses this. Doesn't seem to do
Electric Charge   - Exactly like what the floating jellyfish does, a
small radius of lighting.

3) Logic Block Combos
Yes!  It is true!  A golem can form a combo, but there are some 
limitations.  Let me first explain the concept of comboing.

When you place logic blocks in the grid, any blocks connected to a block
above or below it, becomes part of a combo.  If the golem fails with
the first hit, then the entire combo fails.

Now, you can't just put any two-six things and expect a combo.  Golem's
are fickle about what blocks work with others.  So far, I've seen a Golem
combo Chain Spear into Drill Spear.  I believe that Golem's must start
with a Green, and can then link to Green, Red, or Blue...depending on
how far the combo is to go.

Combo Golem Lowdown:
I believe the type of Golem has influence on how long a combo can be.
At least, all the combos can be done with four hits.  Hmm, treat the
green blocks like the X button, and Red blocks as the Square button.

Simple Player combos with most weapons go like this:

Golems of those types go:

Now, for Golems that were made with larger weapons that do more hits,
like the Glove.

Players with the glove can do:
X,X,X,X,X,Square (I think)

So the Knuckle Golem can do:

Now, what about the Blue blocks?  Well, like I said before, these
blocks represent Player Triangle and Circle buttons.

A more advanced combo is: (Circle is Dash)
X,X,X,Circle+Square,X,X,X,Square (Candy pops out)

A golem is limited to 6 commands total at a time(Rats).So, a similar for
a golem would be:

So, to put this in fighting game lingo:
Green are starters, like Lk from Marvel Vs Capcom 2
Blue are linkers/launchers, like Ryu's Down+HP
Red are combo finishers, like Ryu's Hadoken

Unfortunatly(blasted word), I haven't fully tested the ideas of combos
yet, but it should be done when the Logic Blocks are finally completed.
III) Frequently Asked Questions/Tips and Tricks
SECTION A: Green Blocks
1) How to Tell if your golem can use them:
Every golem can use Red and Blue blocks, 
but why not Green?  
Green are Golem-Type specific.  
You already know this, 
but how do you tell if your golem can use it or not?  
Simple.  Let's look at a chart:
No Weapon           = Normal Type
Bow                 = Shotgun Type
Staff, Knife, Spear = Spear Type
Sword, Axe          = Guillotine Type
2HSword, 2HAxe      = Chainsaw Type
Flail, Hammer       = Hammer Type
Glove               = Kunckles Type

NOTE: Apparently, Chain Drill while being made with a glove, CANNOT be used by
a Knuckles Golem.  Strange.  Chainsaw R is the same, except it can't be used by
Guillotine Types.

So, if your type is a Chainsaw Type, 
you can only use Green blocks that had a 2HSword or a 2HAxe 
as one of the two components.

2) Where are Green blocks best placed?
Green blocks tend to range from 1-4 by what I've seen in battle, 
however most green blocks will be limited to either rows 1-2.
SECTION B: Golem Not Moving?
1)Fact or Fiction?
If your golem just stands there, 
then that's what he is going to do for the fight.  
Golems will move on their own, when they see the need to.  
They normally move up and down in a row, 
and will sometimes advance forward in battle, 
however they move very slowly.  
So, it is FICTION that a Golem can't move without Blue blocks.

2)Blue Blocks
Rumored to be "movement" blocks, 
Blue Blocks actually allow your Golem to execute player techniques.  
This means the golem won't charge up a laser beam and fire, 
but may dash into an enemy, spin with needles, or guard against attacks.
For the Blue blocks that are attacks, it would be like pushing Circle
then Square.  
Here's the relation so far:

Golem Technique|Player Technique
Jet Dash       |Tackle/Dash (Attack)
Spinning Blow  |Spin (Attack)
Spiny Guard    |Defend (Maybe)
Float          |High Jump
Halt           |Um...dunno yet. ^_^()
SECTION C: Specialty Golems

IV)Silly Gameshark codes
This section is for my searching for new values for certain codes.
Some turned out hysterically funny, others...well we won't talk about

Before I forget, these codes were Originally Hacked by KingEdgar0 on the
CMGSCCC.com messageboard, but I took the time to find the values for each
sprite set.  Enjoy!

Play as NPC:
800435E0 ??82
00 - Niccolo
01 - Escad
02 - Daena
03 - Larc
04 - Sierra
05 - Pearl
06 - BlackPearl
07 - Elazul
08 - Elle
09 - Bud
0A - Lisa
0B - Esmeralda
Everything further down is non-battle usable, but still funny!
68 - Hamsom
69 - Skippie
6A - Aura
6B - Dryad
6C - Gnome
6D - Jinn
6E - Salamander
6F - Shade
70 - Undine
71 - Wisp
C9 - Watts
CA - Centaur Guardian (non-moving, but maybe 
battle capable...link it to an activator and it might work)
CF - Cancun Bird (non-moving)
D0 - Sproutling (You know you want to...^_^)

Play as a Pet:
800435E0 ??83
04-Grey Ox
07-Shrieknip (the floating Vegtable)
0A-Stinger Bug
0B-Hopping Tick
0D-Sand Scorpion
11-Rattler Boa
15-Pincher Crab
18-Big Baby
1E-Shadow Zero
22-Moldy Goo
23-Skull Beast
27-Ape Mummy
29-Fierce Face
2B-Dark Stalker
2C-Chimera Beast
2D-Kid Dragon
2E-Sky Dragon
2F-Land Dragon
30-Eye Spy
31-Spiny Cone
35-Cursed Doll
36-Polter Box
37-Chess Knight
39-Machine Golem
3A-Chobin Hood
3C-Tomato Man
40-Mad Mallard

I'd like to thank the following people on the 
GameFAQs message board for providing information and 
other helpful little tidbits:
Crono LV99
And more to come as soon as I can remember them.  ^_^()

I also want to thank:
Benjamin F Larsen 
For basically filling in the rest of the logic blocks. ^_^()
I'd like also to thank:

GameFAQs (www.gamefaqs.com)= Free gameplay tips, cheats, and strategies 
straight from people who take gaming seriously...gamers!  
Thanks for posting my FAQ!

Squaresoft (www.squaresoft.com)= They make the best RPGs, 
some of the best Adventure, and are always gonna keep making FF games 
until we're at number 1,000.  
Keep up the good work, and we hope to see Seiken Denetsu 5 with 
four player support on the Dreamcast one day.  
Multiplayer, four people at once, pet and golem player control, 
Moogles are back...ahh...that would be heaven.

Gameshark Code Creator Club (www.cmgsccc.com)= If not for this site, 
this Golem FAQs production would have taken years.  
Thanks to KingEdgar on the CMGSCCC message board for giving me 
the second player controls the pet code, 
which is also being worked with now.
If you wish to contact me, here's my information:
MessageBoards at GameFAQs: JumiViolet
E-mail: [email protected]
Address: Like I'm giving it out... ~_~
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