The golden horizon is a relatively new addition to the landscape of Elexia, at least as a business. The forge itself used to be the Sunset Forge run by Barak Stonelung, a dwarf who decided arming the people of Bakara was worth straying from the western encampment. Much to his chagrin, Barak's work is mainly in light armors and swift weapons, rather than the larger blades and shields he would prefer to work on.
The recent change to the name is Barak's merger with an atarin enchanter by the name of Mylo Betatide, who until recently ran Sunrise Enchanting. The two noticed a trend for their customers to move back and forwards between them so decided to go into business together.
Regularly Stocked Weapons and Armour Materials Regularly available materials are used as a multiplier to the cost of the weapon. This represents both the cost of the material and the skill in shaping it. If the material is provided the modifier is usually lowered.
Wood - x1
Leather - x1
Bronze - x2
Iron - x3
Steel - x4
Weapons Use your best judgement when determining what material to use for each weapon. Weapons with multiple materials use the highest modifier to determine price.
Maul/Sledge - 20
Warmammer - 16
Armours The prices listed here are for properly sized and fitted armours that take some time to create. For the same price you can take a display armour, due to its poor fit it will reduced in effectiveness by one modifier.
Helms/Mail Coif - 10
Breastplate/Cuirass/Mail Hauberk - 15
Brigandine - 30 (leather w/ iron plates, no changing modifiers)
Gauntlets/Vambraces/Spaulders - 10 a pair
Boots/Sabatons/Greaves - 12 a pair
Infusing Infusions require a part of the wielder to be used in the process, allowing the item to react to them alone.
Homeguide - 100 Gold
Lighttouch - 100 Gold
Shadowward - 100 Gold
Fireward - 100 Gold
Shockward - 100 Gold
Jebidiah enters the establishment followed by Voli. He looks for the first employee he can find and says "Good day to you. May the light of Truth be ever present in your life. I am Jebidian Badash, and this is my companion Voli. We are here seeking a man by the name of Mylo. Do you know where we may find him?"
Mylo- Well, I can't speak for reliability but I've been toying with imbues that carry some spell effect with them.
He pulled an iron buckler out from under the counter which had an agate crystal fixed into the central brace, he then pulled an iron mace off a rack to his side which had a slight sheen to it and an emerald imbued into its hilt.
Mylo pulled out a curved bone dagger from under his counter, the hilt had thin tiger-eye running down one side.
Mylo- The buckler should reflect impacts from and against it into the enemies mind. The mace should exude an acid that wears away at other metals and stone. The dagger, this one I like, transforms into sticky spider webbing and then back to bone.
I do believe that we can accurately test these weapons for you, as they fit us nicely. For clarity sake, how strong an acid are we talking about with the mace? And how much testing do you want before we return to you with results?
The atarin arched an eyebrow at his first question.
Mylo- I don't know how strong it is, that would be why I need your help. Keep hold of your chosen items until you feel you've adequately tested their limits, if you keep them for too long you will soon realise.
Mylo handed the dagger to Voli before turning to Jebediah.
Voli took the dagger, watching quietly as the two men talked. Then, once he felt the pause in their conversation was long enough, he asked Mylo, "Do you do custom work, sir?" He had a specific idea in mind and was willing to pay for it, if anyone was capable.
Jougo strolls into the forge. "I'm looking for Mylo. I hear he has some new toys he needs tested." He said just loud enough for the workers to hear. "And I got an itch for an exam." Smiling at his own pun.