Radioactive Bar

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Radioactive Bar
Radioactive Bar.png
Known by the Zuzu City Safety Commission to cause irreversible bodily harm.
Information
Source: Furnace
Sell Price: Gold.png3,000g
Crafting
Equipment: Furnace.png Furnace
Time to Craft: Time Icon.png 10h
Ingredients: Radioactive Ore.png Radioactive Ore (5)Coal.png Coal (1)

A Radioactive Bar is crafted by smelting 5 Radioactive Ore and 1 Coal in a Furnace.

A Radioactive Bar can be shipped or sold to Clint at the Blacksmith Shop for Gold.png3,000g.

10 Radioactive Bars can be sold to the Island Trader in exchange for a Galaxy Soul on the last day of the month.

Crafting

Image Name Description Ingredients Recipe Source
Heavy Tapper.png
Heavy Tapper Place on a maple, oak, or pine tree and wait for the reservoir to fill with product! Works twice as fast as a normal tapper. Radioactive Bar.png Radioactive Bar (1)Hardwood.png Hardwood (30) Qi's Walnut Room for Qi Gem.png 20
Hopper.png
Hopper Items placed inside will automatically be loaded into the machine in front of it. Radioactive Bar.png Radioactive Bar (1)Hardwood.png Hardwood (10)Iridium Bar.png Iridium Bar (1) Qi's Walnut Room for Qi Gem.png 50

Gifting

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Tailoring

Radioactive Bar is used in the spool of the Sewing Machine with Cloth in the feed to create Radioactive Goggles.png Radioactive Goggles. It is a lime dye when used in the spool of the Sewing Machine with a dyeable clothing item in the feed. It can be placed in the green dye pot at Emily's and Haley's house for use in dyeing.

Quests

Radioactive Bar is not used in any quests.

Trivia

  • The description is most likely a reference to the often-parodied California Proposition 65 warning: Known to the state of California to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm.

History

  • 1.5: Introduced.