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Irzis-Fyr

Scardrac

Felsummer
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Irzis-Fyr, or "fire iron", was dubbed by the Dwarves for its properties of perpetual heat. For reasons unknown to men, irzis-fyr emits higher levels of heat the purer and denser the metal is. Even in its more impure form, the form found in nature, small fragments of Irzis-Fyr are uncomfortably hot to the touch. Irzis-fyr has an extremely high melting point, causing smiths to use an excess of resources to maintain a high enough level of heat to work and purify the metal. Apprentice smiths primarily melt the stone from ore away, and forge-weld raw chunks together into an ingot, due to being unable to melt the metal. Smiths must often think creatively when forging this metal, taking into account what other materials can be used to prevent burning oneself when using tools forged of higher quality irzis-fyr.


HollowCrafting Functions and Traits

[Smithing]

-An apprentice smith can make a [Irzis-Fyr Ingot]. Impure Irzis-Fyr weapons take on a reddish copper shine. The metal is perpetually uncomfortably hot to the touch. It resembles iron in strength and rigidity.

-A journeyman can make a [Refined Irzis-Fyr Ingot]. Refined Irzis-Fyr weapons take on a pale brass shine. The metal perpetually holds the heat of a small fire, burning flesh that comes in contact with it for more than a few seconds. At this stage, items and tools must be crafted in order to protect the user from burning. Improper materials will burn, such as mundane wood. The metal resembles steel in strength and rigidity.

-An expert can make a [Pure Irzis-Fyr Ingot]. Pure Irzis-Fyr weapons take on a bright, golden shine. The metal perpetually holds the heat of the forge, the metal taking on a gentle glow, as if it were fresh off the coals. Flesh will burn within short seconds of making contact with the metal, and flammable materials will be set on fire almost instantly after touching the metal. At this stage, items and tools must be crafted in order to protect the user from burning. Improper materials will burn, such as mundane wood. The metal resembles high carbon steel in strength and rigidity.
 
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