In Terraria, Orichalcum comes in two forms, one is the raw form, the Orichalcum Ore and the second one is Orichalchum Bar, obtained via smelting the Orichalcum Ore. Both the Orichalcum materials are used for crafting purposes. In the wake of that, you should know how to get Orichalcum is Terraria.

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How to Get Orichalcum

Players can get the Orichalcum ore by destroying Demon and Crimson altars with a Pwnhammer or something even better. Make sure you have reached Hardmode, and you have a pickaxe with a power of 110 or above.

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When players destroy any of the two altars, they get either the Mythril Ore or the Orichalcum Ore. So, keep destroying the demon and crimson altars until you get the desired number of Orichalcum ores.

Where to Find Demon and Crimson Altars

The Demon and Crimson altars are found in the Corruption or the Crimson area. You can look for it around the Chasm, they are usually found there.

How to Get Orichalcum Bars

As we mentioned earlier, players can obtain the Orichalcum bar via smelting. All they need is four units of Orichalcum Ore and a Furnace. It is one of the basic crafting stations which you can make using a normal workbench.

The items required to make a furnace are mentioned below.

  • Stone Block X 20
  • Any Wood X 4
  • Torch X 4

That’s all for now. While you are here, read our guide on every how to get Blindfold in Terraria.

Terraria is an action-adventure sandbox game currently available on PS4, Xbox, Android, PC, iOS, and Nintendo Switch platforms.

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