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Lost Adventurer's Guide to Smithing  
 

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In order to make these new
armor sets you will need to
start with the creation of
the temper. You can brew
these up using a flask of
water and one of the
following components:
Gargoyle Granite, Sand
Verbena, Pondweed, Goblin
Bone, or Ice Lichen.


When you have this temper
created you can then start
to work on the main focus
of smithing. To make a
sturdy set of plate armor
you will need to work with
a smithy hammer, a flask of
water, superb leather
padding, the appropriate
plate mold, varying sheets
of medium quality metal,
and the temper of choice.



Bracers, collar, and visors
will need one sheet of
medium quality folded
sheets of metal.
Boots, pauldrons,
vambraces, cloak, girth,
and gauntlets will need two
sheets of medium quality
folded sheets of metal.
Greaves and breastplate
will need three sheets of
medium quality folded
sheets of metal.

For a durable but light set
of ringmail you will need
to work with a smithy
hammer, a flask of water,
the appropriate chainmail
pattern, varying numbers of
high quality rings, and the
temper of choice.





Bracelet, gorget, and veil
will need one set of high
quality rings. Boots,
mantle, sleeves, skirt,
cloak, and gloves will need
two sets of high quality
rings. Leggings and tunic
will need three sets of
high quality rings.

 

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In order to make these new armor sets you will need to start with the creation of the temper. You can brew these up using a flask of water and one of the following components: Gargoyle Granite, Sand Verbena, Pondweed, Goblin Bone or Ice Lichen.

When you have this temper created you can then start to work on the main focus of smithing. To make a sturdy set of plate armor you will need to work with a smithy hammer, a flask of water, superb leather padding, the appropiate plate mold, varying sheets of medium quality metal, and the temper of choice.

Bracers, collar and visors will need one sheet of medium quality folded sheets of metal. Boots, pauldrons, vambraces, claok, girth, and gauntlet will need two sheets of medium quality folded sheets of metal. Greaves and breastplate will need three sheets of medium quality folded sheets of metal.

For a durable but light set of ringmail you will need to work with a smithy hammer, a flask of water, the appropiate chainmail pattern, varying numbers of high quality rings, and the temper of choice.

Bracelet, gorget, and veil will need one set of high quality rings. Boots, mantle, sleeves, skirt, cloak, and gloves will need two sets of high quality rings. Leggings and tunic will need three sets of high quality rings.
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