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Revenge on the Fallen  
 

LORE ITEM
WT: 0.1 Size: SMALL
Item Lore:Tattered and worn it holds some secrets
Language:Orcish
Item Type:Book
Stackable:No
Tribute:100
Lucy Entry By:Byren
Source:Live
IC Last Updated:2019-05-28 05:19:32
Page Updated:Sun Jul 28th, 2019
The Burning Lands Item


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Gnome Memorial Mountain


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This book explains how to make Verdant Clockwork ornaments using Gnomework Adaptive Plating.
Book Text:

Revenge on the Fallen:

Those evil gnomes.
They forced us to this vile
place then had the gall to say
they didn't bring us here.

Well. We got our revenge, but
they got the last twist of the
knife. We are stuck here to
starve.

I can't leave it at that.
They think they are so clever,
but I've figured what to do
with the creations they left.
Sure, what I make is
ornamental, but it's fitting
to wear their creations as
fancy clothing.

Yes. I figured out their
clockwork monstrosities.




You will find some plating on
the various clockworks that is
adaptive. In the end you will
need a significant amount, but
that means you are destroying
more of the blighted machines.

The fist step is to adapt this
adaptive plating to your
needs. For plate armor, simply
heat the metal then quench it
in water. For chain, use
pliers to peal it apart and
form rings. To make cloth,
hammer it flat and then use
the plier to move the
adjustment plates so you have
a flexible steel.

You may say I left off
leather. This material is
least suited to leather, but
you can do a form of studded
leather with it. To make the



studs, hammer the individual
adaptive nodes apart.

To make the final ornamental
pieces, you will use a micro
gear and sprocket pack to join
the parts together with a mana
battery:

Wrist: Class one and one part
Hands: Class five and two
Parts
Feet: Class two and three
parts
Head: Class three and four
parts
Arms: Class three and five
parts
Legs: Class four and six parts
Chest: Class three and seven
parts
Robe: Class four and eight
parts




Since we don't have leather
parts, you will attach studs
to basic leather armor, in the
same ratio as above.
 

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