Full Item Description
A metalworking hammer with a hollow handle. The hammer’s head has a flat face and an angled face on the opposite side. There is a small dial where the hammer head and handle meet. The handle is hollow and easily accessed, but has no extradimensional properties. Metal rods about a finger’s width may be inserted into the handle, and a sort of ratchet holds them in place if they are longer than the handle is. Twisting the butt of the handle can disengage the ratchet, allowing the metal rods to be removed, if desired.
The flat face of the hammer head has a specific blending of the “heat metal” and “mending” spells. When it is struck against a metal surface, it creates a rivet from the surface of it, with the span between the rivet heads determined by the dial. The rivet can be as small as two sheets of metal for armour, or as big as thick boiler plate. The head of the rivet is appropriate for it’s dimension. The rivet is not magical, although it has only one part, making it a bit tougher than standard rivets. When created, they are hot, as one would expect, and then the metal cools and behaves like normal.
The angled end acts like a chisel, using an specific blending of the “heat metal” and “shatter” spells. Intended for striking off rivet heads, it also allows a wielder to beat metal into signifigant dents, that will be rather warm. Metals cannot be forged, as the heat is not that great, but it does aid the act of breaking metal things.