LancelotLoire wrote:Google lol, need a quick instruction on how weapons or any metal items are forged.
The forge is raised to a very hot temperature, the metal object is then inserted into the forge until the metal is glowing red. The metal is then removed from the source of heat entirely and placed on an anvil and hammering begins to shape it into what is being made. If the metal begins to cool off, the hammering stops shaping it and so it is returned to the heat source until it has been returned to red hotness and the process is continued. This takes multiple hours of intensive work.
A dragon would never need to maintain a steady flame for any real period of time. Just a quick 3 seconds of flame every once in awhile to keep the metal malleable to shape change. And the temperature itself wouldn't matter at all. If the dragons flames are too hot, then the shorter the breath of fire would actually need to be.
There is absolutely no "correct temperature" involved.
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