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【书籍搬运】Light Armor Repair 轻甲修复手册

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原文:http://www.uesp.net/wiki/Oblivion:Light_Armor_Repair
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轻甲总体分为两大类,金属轻甲和非金属轻甲。链甲,精灵甲,秘银甲,以及玻璃甲都属于金属轻甲。很多人对玻璃甲被分为金属轻甲类感到很奇怪,看来他们都被表面现象所蒙蔽了。我们这里所说的“玻璃”并不是你所常见的,房屋用的长方型玻璃。这种绿色的原料(玻璃),远比那些普通的玻璃结实的多的多,而且具有奇高的熔点。

毛皮甲和皮革甲属于非金属甲类。对于这种盔甲的修补,裁缝工具比修理锤更加有效。要修补这厚厚的皮甲,你必须要有一个尖锐的锥子。通常来说,我们都用剩余的材料修补皮甲上的窟窿。记住这个法则,一旦你不得不为你的皮甲修补时(损坏严重),那也到了你该寻觅一套新皮甲的时候了。

金属轻甲并不像非金属轻甲那样要常常打补丁。通常来说,你只需要用修理锤把掉落的盔甲碎片砸回去就行了。精灵甲和秘银甲在加热后更容易修理。链甲则是在低温下便于修理。

最难修理的非玻璃甲莫属了。如直接用修理锤锤击甲体,则很可能会将盔甲击碎。所以无论如何,也不能直接锤击甲体。下面介绍一种可行但很费事的方法。首先将盔甲至于一个装满油的大缸里,倒入铁砧,然后在油里小心敲打甲体。由于油的缓冲和润滑,甲体被击碎的可能性就大大减少了。

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Light Armor Repair
A guide to refurbishing light armor

There are two classes of light armor, metallic and non-metallic. Chainmail, Elven, Mithril and Glass are all examples of metallic light armor. You may be surprised to think that Glass can be thought of as metallic, but appearances are deceiving. What we call Glass is nothing like the windows panes you see in houses. The greenish material is far stronger and has a much higher melting point.
Non-metallic armors are Fur and Leather. For these armor types, the hammer is less useful than the sewing kit. A sharp awl is necessary to restitch the thick material. Holes frequently have to be patched with spare material. The rule of thumb is once you have to patch a patch, it's time to throw out the armor and get a new set.
Metallic armor will occasionally need a patch. Usually it can be repaired by hammering the torn pieces back together. Elven and Mithril will repair better when heated. Chainmail is usually malleable enough to work on cold.
The trickiest of all is Glass. Hammer blows struck across the grain run the risk of shattering the armor. Whenever possible, allign [sic] the hammer blows with the grain. In extreme cases, place the armor in tub of oil. Place the anvil so that the affected piece is on the anvil, but just under the oil. Vibrations from the hammer blows are absorbed by the oil and less likely to shatter the Glass.

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