A hammer can be used with an Anvil and Poké Ball Discs, Iron Discs, and Aluminium Ingots to create Poké Ball Lids, Iron Bases, and Aluminium Plates respectively. One use of the hammer changes its target by one stage, meaning that three uses are needed to complete the transformation of an item.
Hammers can be made similar to any tool. Use two sticks in the middle and bottom middle for the handle, and the empty slots in the first two rows need to be filled with a material of your choice. They can be made with wooden planks, cobblestone, aluminium, iron, diamond, or gold. Different material hammers have different durabilities and will also vary on the time it takes to make items with it using an Anvil. Along with crafting hammers, hammers are sometimes dropped by bosses
A Wood Hammer has 20 uses and is the slowest at making lids and bases.
A Stone Hammer has 44 uses. It is faster than the Wood Hammer, but is still relatively slow.
An Aluminium Hammer has 24 uses and is faster than a Wood hammer but slower than a stone hammer.
An Iron Hammer has 84 uses and is relatively fast.
A Diamond Hammer is the fastest and has a durability of 1561 (over 173 uses).
A Gold Hammer has 12 uses and is faster than an Iron Hammer.
- If a hammer breaks, it will reset and look just like a newly-made hammer. However, this hammer will have two bugs:
- The hammer will be destroyed if you right-click anything while holding it.
- You cannot shift-click the hammer.