say which items clubs
You say 'which items clubs'
A weaponsmith says 'You do need a few items to make a club, yes.'
A weaponsmith says 'You will need a bar of iron and a wooden pole.'
A weaponsmith says 'Show the pole to me so I can check the quality.'
A weaponsmith says 'When you have everything start with smelting the iron.'
A weaponsmith says 'When the iron is liquid, pour it into the mould and let it cool down.'
A weaponsmith says 'Once it is solid, push the handle into the hole in the club's head.'
A weaponsmith says 'Once you are ready for your master piece I will ask for payment for using my forge in the form of a letter of rights.'
show pole weaponsmith
You show a smooth wooden pole to a weaponsmith.
A weaponsmith says 'Ah good, good.'
A weaponsmith says 'Go ahead, and start smithing.'
You drop a bar of iron.
You place the iron in a smelting cup and place it in the oven.
The iron has become an orange liquid.
Using a pair of tongs you take a smelting cup out of the oven.
You carefully pour the liquid iron into a mould.
Red hot drops hiss as they are spilt onto the ground.
You leave the iron to set.
The iron has set.
You can now put the head onto the handle.
put head handle
You drop a smooth wooden pole.
You grab the handle and slide the head onto it.
You hammer a wedge between the top end of the head and the handle.
A dull hammering sound rings in the smithy.
You put the club in the barrel to let the wedge drive the head onto the handle.
A fire roars in the forge.
You get an club from a barrel and prop it up against the wall.
A weaponsmith says 'You can drop a letter of rights on that stool there, and I will give you the weapon.'
You drop a slim roll of paper.
A weaponsmith says 'Excellent job, friend. Well done!'
A weaponsmith points to the wall and says 'There it is.'
You get a spiked double handed warhammer.