Metalworking

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Metalworking is a craft activity that can be accomplished in the forge in the temple of Chefet near the south end of Petulia Avenue in Ephebe.

Commands

  • forge item from <pattern> using <metal> on <workbench> Forge an item from a pattern book.
  • polish <workpiece or gem> {with|using} <cloth> Polish a gemstone or a forged item with the cloth.

Supplies

You can get supplies by buying them from eagle-eyed shopkeeper (brownse from shopkeeper, not from the shop list).

Sample inventory:

  • two medium-sized gold bars for &&&&&&&&&&&+4000 S20|80de each.
  • three medium-sized bronze bars for &&&&&&&&&&&+1600 S8|32de each.
  • three very small gold bars for &&&&&&&&&&&+2000 S10|40de each.
  • two very small bronze bars for &&&&&&&&&&&&+800 S4|16de each.
  • three tiny platinum bars for &&&&&&&&&&&+8000 S41|64de each.
  • two tiny gold bars for &&&&&&&&&&&+1000 S5|20de each.
  • three tiny silver bars for &&&&&&&&&&&&+500 S2|58de each.
  • two tiny bronze bars for &&&&&&&&&&&&+400 S2|8de each.

Pattern book

You'll need a pattern book like the well-chewed metalworking book available in the metalworking shop just north of the forge.

Chefet, master smith and faithful companion in life
Forger of rings and fetcher of precious things
Guide us as we work and guard us as we sleep
We endeavour each day to be as good as you

2. Ceremonial hammer
3. Navel stud
4. Pendant
5. Earring
6. Nipple ring
7. Dog brooch
8. Kantharos

2. Ceremonial hammer
An expert pattern using a large bar, for a ceremonial hammer to be used in the holy rites of Chefet.

Written in inscribed crosshatching:
A hammer in the shape of a bulldog standing on an Ephebian column.

3. Navel stud
An easy pattern using a very small bar, for a jewelled navel stud.

Written in inscribed crosshatching:
A navel stud with a setting for a large gem.

4. Pendant
A easy pattern using a small bar, for a pendant to show off a particularly prized gem.

Written in inscribed crosshatching:
An elegantly simple pendant with a setting for a large gem.

5. Earring
A medium-difficulty pattern using a tiny bar, for a jewelled earring.

Written in inscribed crosshatching:
An elegantly simple earring with a setting for a tiny gem.

6. Nipple ring
A medium-difficulty pattern using a tiny bar, for a jewelled nipple ring.

Written in inscribed crosshatching:
An elegantly simple nipple ring with a setting for a small gem.

7. Dog brooch
A difficult pattern using a small bar, for a faithful hound brooch.

Written in inscribed crosshatching:
A beautiful hunting-hound brooch with a setting for a small gem.

8.Kantharos
A difficult pattern using a medium bar, for a traditional Ephebian drinking vessel.

Written in inscribed crosshatching:
A tall cup in the form of a dog's head with two high-arched handles and six settings for small gems on the foot.

See also