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[World Anvil] – Forge of the Supreme Weapon

Forge of the Supreme Weapon

Each time she swung her hammer against the metal I swear the sparks would change colour. One moment they are bright red, the next an amazing green, then a sky-blue. I was later told this was the reaction of her hammer and the anvil, molding the power provided by the flames of the forge itself. Each spark was a manifestation of the Holy Blacksmith into the material plane. Each blow of the hammer was a prayer, each folding of metal an offering. If the smith was worthy and said the right words, Her spirit would become imbued into the weapon or armor, improving the quality of even the most humble of pieces

 The Forge of the Supreme Weapon (FSW) is an unusual item in that it is used to make other items...

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[World Anvil] – Alchemical Forge

Alchemical Forge

Some forges take iron and allow you to make it into a sword, or a dagger. This one takes, well, other materials and does the same. But the results are much, much different

 Alchemy, on some worlds, was an ancient branch of natural philosophy with Alchemists attempting to purify, mature, and perfect certain materials. The most famous Alchemical Tool is the Philosophers Stone. On Easthalen, the Stone can be used as part of a greater tool: The Alchemical Forge. Strictly speaking, no two Alchemical Forges are the same. Each has its own configuration and layout and ultimate purpose and so on. However, there are elements that all of them share: 

  • A place to house the Philosophers Stone (or other power source) and draw energy from it
  • An input system, into which the subj...
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RIGS 3.10 – Forge of the Supreme Weapon

English: A typical smithy in Finland. Shot dur...

English: A typical smithy in Finland. Shot during a tourist trip to artist blacksmith Jesse Sipola’s smithy next to lake Bodom. Tourist working to aid the smith in smithing by using a sledge. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

RIGS 3.10 – Forge of the Supreme Weapon

“Each time she swung her hammer against the metal I swear the sparks would change colour. One moment they are bright red, the next an amazing green, then a sky-blue. I was later told this was the reaction of her hammer and the anvil, molding the power provided by the flames of the forge itself. Each spark was a manifestation of the Holy Blacksmith into the material plane. Each blow of the hammer was a prayer, each folding of metal an offering...

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