which items daggers
You say 'which items daggers'
A strong smith says 'You do need a few items to make a dagger, yes.'
A strong smith says 'You will need a bar of iron, a hammer and a gleaming hunk of rock.'
A strong smith says 'When you are ready to start smithing, bring me the rock.'
A strong smith says 'Show it to me so I can check the quality.'
A strong smith says 'When you have everything start with reheating the iron.'
A strong smith says 'When the iron is red hot, take it to the anvil and hammer it into the shape of a long or medium blade.'
A strong smith says 'Reheat the blade and make a shallow indentation along the length of both broad sides of the blade.'
A strong smith says 'Cool off the blade in a barrel of water.'
A strong smith says 'Reheat again and hammer at the edges so they become more narrow.'
A strong smith says 'Finally, cool off again and you can start with attaching the guard and hilt.'
A strong smith says 'Slide the guard and precious hilt over the flat end of the metal hilt and rivet the pommel in place.'
A strong smith says 'Carefully file the heads off the rivets.'
A strong smith says 'Once you have finished your masterpiece I will ask you for a letter of rights for using my forge.'
show rock smith
You show a dull-gleaming hunk of rock to a strong smith.
A strong smith says 'Ah good, good.'
A strong smith says 'Go ahead, and start smithing.'
You drop a bar of iron.
You place the iron on the coals.
A bar of iron starts glowing red.
Using a pair of tongs you take a red hot bar of iron from the forge.
You carefully place the hot iron on the anvil.
You grab a hammer.
Sparks fly as Dodi hammers the red hot iron.
A loud metallic sound rings through the area as metal meets metal.
You reheat a blade so it turns a glowing red.
You can now make an indentation along the length of the blade.
You carefully hammer along the length of the blade, making a rounded indentation.
The sound of hammering rings in the air.
You turn the blade and clop a curved indentation on the other side of the blade.
A loud clanging reverberates through the smithy.
You place the hot blade in a barrel of water.
Steam billows up towards the ceiling.
You lift the blade and dry it, then place it into the fire again.
You take the blade from the fire and start hammering at the edges.
You carefully hammer the edges on both sides of the blade.
The blade is now symmetrical in shape.
You place the blade into the barrel.
With a loud hiss the steel cools down.
You can now attach the hilt.
You drop a dull-gleaming hunk of rock.
You crack open a gleaming hunk of rock and extract a precious stone.
You grab a precious hilt and slide it across the base of the blade until it fits snuggly.
You grab an ornate pommel and slide it against the hilt.
You take a hammer and tiny rivets and carefully clop the rivets through the pommel.
You grab a file and carefully remove the sharp heads from the rivets.
You sharpen the dagger and put it in the barrel to wash the wire edges off.
You get a dagger from a barrel and prop it up against the wall.
A strong smith says 'You can drop a letter of rights on that stool there, and I will give you the weapon.'
You drop a slim roll of paper.
A strong smith says 'Light, did you have a bad day or something?'
A strong smith points to the wall and says 'There it is.'