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**"Short and sturdy, with a solid base and a strong handle, this <metal> tankard will hold a full pint safely in even the most drunken grip."

Revision as of 10:18, 16 May 2009

The introduction of the Sto Lat Artificers' Academy saw a new craft activity being introduced: Finesmithing. This is creating fine items from metals at the forge in the academy.

Metals

Metal Associated Skill
pewter cr.sm.si
bronze cr.sm.si
copper cr.sm.si
brass cr.sm.si
silver cr.sm.si
electrum cr.sm.??
gold cr.sm.go
black gold cr.sm.go
rose gold cr.sm.go
red gold cr.sm.go
white gold cr.sm.go
platinum cr.sm.go

Item

Many new items can be crafted in the Artificers' Academy.

Tiny bars or larger

  • oak leaf ring
    • "This crudely forged <metal> band bears something vaguely oval that was probably intended to be a leaf."
    • "This heavy, ornate ring consists of a thick band of <metal>, wrought in the form of a dozen oak leaves overlapping around its length. Lovingly detailed as they are, the leaves could have been picked from the ground on an autumn day."
    • "A deeply incised pattern of oak leaves wraps entirely around the <metal> band of this ring, as though falling endlessly from a tree in the autumn."
    • "This heavy, ornate ring consists of a thick band of <metal>, wrought in the form of a dozen intricately detailed oak leaves overlapping around its length. A single acorn, done in low relief, sits cradled between the leaves in the centre. The leaves look as crisp and fresh as if they'd been plucked just that moment from a flourishing tree in the height of summer."
  • cabbage brooch
    • "An elegant circle of <metal> bears a pattern of cabbage fronds in low relief, recalling the tasty and loyal denizens of the Sto Plains. From beneath a frond at the centre of the disc, a pair of eyes peek shyly out with an affectionate gaze."
  • fountain pen nib
    • A tiny bar will suffice
      • "This is a rather poorly made <metal> italic nib."
      • "This is a well-made <metal> italic nib."
      • "This is a very well-made <metal> italic nib."
      • "This is a masterfully made <metal> italic nib."
      • "This is a beautiful <metal> italic nib."

Small bars or larger

  • wise old owl ink well
    • "This little <metal> owl ink well has a simple charm, though the feather detailing is sketchy at best and one folded wing is a little longer than the other. The little hooked beak seems to smile at you."
    • "Simple and elegant, with a wise, affectionate look in her wide round eyes, this decorative <metal> owl statuette has a deep well in her head for ink."
    • "This lovingly made <metal> owl statuette has wide round eyes and tufted ears, and every feather has been painstakingly picked out in lifelike detail. A deep well in her head provides the perfect place for ink, and words written with it may well be wise ones."
  • chain of stars
    • "A half-dozen largish <metal> stars, strung on a necklace, glint like the first stars of the evening sky."
    • "A slim, delicate <metal> necklace supports a dozen shimmering, twinkling stars, each the size of a child's fingernail."
    • "A slim, delicate <metal> chain supports a dozen shimmering, twinkling stars, the largest no bigger than a child's fingernail. The small movements as they hang from the necklace chain draw the eye, sending the subtlest of glints and twinkles across to anyone watching."

Medium bar or larger

  • tankard
    • "This is a shapeless, ugly <metal> mug, which will probably make the beer taste foul. It almost certainly leaks, too."
    • "Short and sturdy, with a solid base and a strong handle, this <metal> tankard will hold a full pint safely in even the most drunken grip."