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Forge of Icewell Arms [Precious Gem Study]  
 

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WT: 1.0 Size: MEDIUM
Item Lore:Precious Gem Study
Language:Common Tongue
Item Type:Book
Stackable:No
Submitted By:Xylan Trueheart
Lucy Entry By:Kheldar
Updated By:Sinyinae
Source:Live
Updated:Thu Oct 9th, 2008
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Rarity: Rare
Level to Attain: 55

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Item Lore: Precious Gem Study
Book Text:

Royal Forge of Icewell
Precious Gem Study V.1
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Now that the armor is
created, you are now able
to set a gem within it. We
have found three gems that,
when faceted, will seem to
add an aura that radiates
from the armor.

It is our firm believe that
Brell himself is pleased
with the fusion of Ore and
Mineral and bestows powers
unto the armor.

We have discovered three
different gems that can be
used in the process of
creating this armor:
Diamonds, Emeralds, and
Sapphires. These are not



normal gems that circulate
throughout the economy,
though. These are instead
pulled from the raw ore and
faceted to draw upon it's
powers.

To facet an unrefined gem,
you will first need to
obtain a set of etching
tools, which will allow you
to chip away, carefully of
course, at the rough edges
of the gem. To begin, first
place the gem firmly into
your jewelry kit and chip
away at each side until a
nice, smooth edge is
formed. When you have
finished with the lapidary,
place the piece of armor
you wish to work on in your
jewelry kit.




Use your etching tools to
form a base for the gem to
be set in. Once this base
has been formed, you are
then ready to attach the
gem to the armor. The
optimum gem-armor
configuration has been
discovered as follows:

Diamonds for the
Breastplate and Greaves,
Sapphires for the Vambraces
and Bracers, and Emeralds
for the Boots, Gauntlets,
and Helmets.

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