Iron in Going Medieval is used for a variety of things such as construction and crafting. It is used in the form of ingots and can be tricky to find if you do not where to look. So in this guide, we will tell you how to find in Going Medieval easily.
How to Get Iron in Going Medieval?
You will mine the raw form of iron which is Iron Nuggets in Going Medieval. You will have to look for light grey areas that look like the picture below:
These areas show that they have Limestone deposits. The Iron is hidden under these Limestone deposits. You will have to mine through a lot of such areas to actually hit jackpot. Usually, there will be gold deposits nearby the Iron deposits so that will be one of the clues to look out for. You might even have to dig a couple of levels down to actually hit iron so have patience. Players can assign settlers to mine the iron out once you make the place to mine. Select the mine action from your actions menu and just drag it to the area that you want to mine. Usually, mountain maps are the ones that are rich in iron in Going Medieval.
Once you have iron nuggets, you will have to put them in the melting furnace to make iron nuggets out of them. They can then be used for crafting and construction. You can also make a number of weapons from Iron. So all in all, it is an important Ore to have in Going Medieval.
So that is all for our guide on how to get Iron in Going Medieval. If you would like to know how to cook a meal and store food in the game, we have a guide on that too for you to check out.