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AncientSpireOutpost WeaponsmithShop Wilma.png
Location Ancient Spire Outpost

Summary[edit | edit source]

Wilma is the Weaponsmith at Ancient Spire Outpost. Wilma takes her craft very seriously, and is enthusiastic about sharing her knowledge with others.

Dialogue[edit | edit source]

  • Greetings, welcome to Wilma's Weapon Crafting! What type of arm are you seeking?
    • Must be hard to make weapons, where would I even begin?
      • The process of forging a weapon begins in the furnace.
      • The metal block is taken out of the fire, then scored and folded.
      • Often folded in both directions to produce the desired grain pattern.
      • The process is repeated traversely and longitudinally.
      • If there is too much diffusion, it becomes homogenous.
      • It's very interesting. Come back and we'll start with a study of the furnace.
    • What goes into making a Cutlass?
      • There are many kinds of criteria considered in crafting a cutlass.
      • REMEMBER! Hardness, strength, flexibility, and balance.
      • It has to be strong enough to hold an edge along its length.
      • It must be flexible enough to absorb shocks.
      • It must be balanced so that it can be wielded effectively.
      • But, you must start with the right materials and that takes time.
    • How do you make a flintlock?
      • Please remember that flintlock is a general term for a weapon that uses a flint striking mechanism.
      • REMEMBER! Flint, cock, pan, frizzen and spring.
      • The terms may also apply to older weapons that use matchlock and wheellock mechanisms.
      • The true flintlock has been in use many years.
      • I can give you a full rundown of flintlock mechanisms when you have several hours.
      • We'll start with the snaplock, then the snapchance, then my favourite the miguelet, then doglock, then maybe the flintlock.