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This metal seems to have the opposite properties as Wolf iron. It seems to be almost hot to the touch, and melt at extremely low temperatures. Blood Iron reflects a bright red in the light, and even appears to have a red hue in indirect light. It has the following properties that differ from steel. Weapons(we) forged from Blood Iron do one extra point of heat(fire) damage when they hit. Medium or heavy armor(we) forged from Blood Iron give the wearer energy resistance Cold/5 (the first 5 points of cold damage taken in a round are ignored. Blood Iron has become extremely rare, and now costs 50% more than normal steel
Once called Titanium, this black metal is rumored to have been brought from another world to West End to create weapons(we) with which to kill the Darklings. It is extremely dense and heavy, but strong and resiliant as well. Weapons(we) made from Titanium should be treated as if they were Adamantium.
Steel: Now that the mines of West End and Red Keep have been cleansed, good steel is easy to find. Steel weapons, armor and equipment now cost the standard prices listed in the PHB.
This iron ore from a mine that has been mixed with a vein of what is believed to be Cobalt. A complex smelting process has been developed to forge this metal alloy into useable metal similar in most respects to steel. Wolf iron is has a dark blue reflection to it. The metal is not blue, but it shines blue in direct light .It has the following properties that differ from Steel. Weapons(we) forged from this wolf iron do one extra point of cold damage when they hit. Medium or heavy armor(we) forged from wolf iron give the wearer energy resistance fire/5 (the first 5 points of fire damage taken in a round are ignored). Wolf Iron has become more rare, and as such the cost has increased 25% over the cost of normal steel.
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