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【书籍搬运】Light Armor Forging 轻甲锻造

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原文地址:http://www.uesp.net/wiki/Skyrim:Light_Armor_Forging

轻甲锻造

作者:莱瓦斯·萨瓦尼

有两种类型的轻甲,金属制的与非金属制的。精灵铠甲与琉璃铠甲属于金属制轻甲。你可能会惊讶于琉璃铠甲怎么能被当做是金属制的,不过外在的东西蒙蔽了你。我们称为琉璃的材料并不是你在房屋中看到窗子上的那种。这种泛绿的材料要坚固得多,熔点也要高得多。

非金属制轻甲包括毛皮甲、镶钉甲、革质甲和鳞甲。对于这些类型的轻甲而言,制作者与其说是铁匠更不如说是裁缝。这些都要使用大块的皮革,并用皮条缝纫在一起。

镶钉甲还需要使用铁锭,用于制作饰钉和金属环,使其比简单的毛皮甲更加可靠。革质甲使用钢来代替铁,而钢中掺入了一些金刚砂,以使金属嵌板更加坚固。

若干世纪以来制作精灵铠甲的秘密一直被严格保守在夏暮岛。后来乌尔瓦尔·拉伦的叛逃将其传播到泰姆瑞尔的其他地区。乌尔瓦尔是一名黑精灵奴隶,从事为努里昂操作风箱的工作,而努里昂则是第二纪元五至七世纪夏暮岛的锻造总管。乌尔瓦尔叛逃时,他大概觉得不会有比把他的残酷主人的秘密传到全世界更为合适的报复了。从此我们也就知道了月长石是精灵铠甲的关键成分,并且必须使用盐水为烧热的金属淬火。

对于镀金精灵铠甲而言,制作时则必须掺入水银。水银熔点远低于月长石,这使得混合两种材料成为了一件很棘手的工作。

而最棘手的则是琉璃。锤打铠甲的纹理时要冒着打碎铠甲的风险。琉璃铠甲的核心材料是孔雀石,不过也需要月长石来使其具备合适的强度。

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Light Armor Forging
by Revus Sarvani
A book detailing various aspects of forging the various types of light armor.


There are two classes of light armor, metallic and non-metallic. Elven and Glass are 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 [sic] panes you see in houses. The greenish material is far stronger and has a much higher melting point.
Non-metallic armors are Hide, Studded, Leather, and Scaled. For these armor types, the forger is as much tailor as blacksmith. All use large pieces of leather, stitched together with leather strips.
Studded armor also need [sic] iron ingots, from which you will make the studs and metal rings that make it more effective than simple hide. Scaled armor uses steel instead of iron, but the steel is infused with Corundum to make the metal inserts stronger.
For centuries the secret of making Elven armor was a closely guarded secret on Summerset Isle. Then the Betrayal of Ulvul Llaren brought it the [sic] rest of Tamriel. Ulvul was a Dark Elf slave, working the bellows for Nuulion, master smith of the isle from the fifth through the seventh century of the second era. When Ulvul escaped, he could think of no greater punishment to mete out to his cruel master than to reveal all his secrets to the world. Thus we came to know that Moonstone is the key ingredient in Elven armor, and that salt water must be used to quench the hot metal.
For Gilded Elven armor, you must also meld in Quicksilver. It melts at a much lower heat than Moonstone, making it tricky to work the two metals together.
The trickiest of all is Glass. Hammer blows struck across the grain run the risk of shattering the armor. It's principle [sic] ingredient is Malachite, although it also requires Moonstone to give it the right strength.

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