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#24 - It was probably picked clean pretty quickly by many birds. The…  [+] (1 reply) 09/03/2016 on Smol Megalophobia comp +8
#43 - anon (09/03/2016) [-]
Still, man. Depending on the conditions, a death body con rot and stink in 2 days. If those mountains are always snowy, then there are chances he could've remain for longer because of the cold. But in nature large bodies taken some time to be full eaten. If he died on a more tropical weather be assured that the stank would've been beyond legendary...
#23 - thats what you call a talented blacksmith actualy  [+] (2 replies) 08/08/2016 on Sword porn dump 0
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#27 - pentol (08/08/2016) [-]
Roight.
I'm pretty ignorant about this stuff. Can you reforge Damascus steel and give it a new shape and pattern? Is it true nobody quite knows how it was made, so we can't quite copy it? is it markably superior to other contemporary steel? modern steel? Strong points and weak points?
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#29 - afallentheory (08/08/2016) [-]
Essentially it's just for looks, but no you can't reforge it and change the pattern, and if you knew how the blacksmith made it you can try to replicate it, but every Damascus blade is gonna be unique, like a fingerprint