I was the one who gave it a bad rating. He did use the word "Gold" and "Gold" isn't an alloy of gold, it's well, gold. I'd take it anything else would be given another name. Gold isn't as hard as iron unless alloyed, and I do believe that mithral isn't golden in color...Moreso brown to gray, I think. Mostly, anyway. It just didn't seem to be really, err, I don't know. Me and my real life theology it didn't make sense, so I chose, "I didn't like it" Go to Comment
I'm not used to all of this. I was describing Adamant, not Mithral. I get my stuff mixed up...Bluish sheen? You've read a bit too much Hobbit. It's more like a really light looking silver from the sources I know. It's got a unique look, I can't explain it. Go to Comment
In the Hobbit gandalf gets all of his hair singed off and is actually this attractive man! But no! No one ever reads that part! ...I don't know. The bluish sheen just seems to be all the hype... Go to Comment
Well actually you didn't imagine it well.
Crudely cut branch, latched with a crude blade. Where the blade is latched there are six cloth ribbons coming out. I imagine it as being Tribal, entirely. I guess you couldn't find Kaiser. Sort of how I couldn't find Wakizashi. Go to Comment
But the ribbons. Imagine what it would look like. It would look Tribal. It's origin is of a tribe, but that has no matter...Hm...I guess it's getting low ratings because people don't really like it...
A Wakizashi isn't knife like, it's only ten inches shorter than the Katana. It's short sword like, about. The Tanto is knife like. Go to Comment
Thanks for your rating man, it jumped it up another flame. You like it...You really like it...~Sniffles with a smile~
Even so, a wakizashi is only ten inches shorter than a katana. It's really not "knife like". Go to Comment
Well, I should write down the whole story.
Lance Darkmoon was the character of a friend of mine, Matthew. Where I'm from he's a big time legend, and everyone reveres him...He sort of just does stuff...He's got purpose and all, but I'll have to write it all down. He is where I learned the void magic idea from. Since his specialty is making things not exist... Go to Comment
Small identical wooden or metal discs with a strange pattern engraved upon them (do not appear to be coinage). The discs can be found all over the continent; a farmer typically overturns several dozen when ploughing a field. Though they are unnaturally hard to break, they have no known use and are widely used as good-luck charms: almost all households would have them on the doors and on mantle pieces; many people carry one or more on them, bound on to a belt, necklace or sewn on to their clothes.