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15th Aug '17 10:46:43 PM Theatre_Maven_3695
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15th Aug '17 10:44:39 PM Theatre_Maven_3695
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Thus, we get a '''Forging Scene'''. A skilled [[TheBlacksmith blacksmith]], perhaps a [[UltimateBlacksmith magical smith]] or even the hero himself will take molten iron ({{Thunderbolt|Iron}} or otherwise) and hammer it into a war-worthy weapon with his own two hands, making sure you see how much effort is going into making it and how beautiful the end product is.

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Thus, we get a '''Forging Scene'''.Forging Scene. A skilled [[TheBlacksmith blacksmith]], perhaps a [[UltimateBlacksmith magical smith]] or even the hero himself will take molten iron ({{Thunderbolt|Iron}} or otherwise) and hammer it into a war-worthy weapon with his own two hands, making sure you see how much effort is going into making it and how beautiful the end product is.
15th Jul '17 4:22:28 PM Quanyails
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* The ''WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack'' episode "Seasons of Death", the winter vignette is a forging sequence by a tribe of mountain giants using all the resources of their civilization, including dragon fire, lightning, and eldritch magic, to create the ultimate Blade of Doom[[spoiler:, which Jack destroys without trouble]].

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* The ''WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack'' episode "Seasons of Death", the winter vignette is a forging sequence by a tribe of mountain giants using all the resources of their civilization, including dragon fire, lightning, and eldritch magic, to create the ultimate Blade of Doom[[spoiler:, which Doom, [[spoiler:which Jack destroys without trouble]].
13th May '17 8:18:27 AM Jake
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* The [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JBbnT-cIDVM second intro]] to the ''WesternAnimation/IronMan'' animated series features one of these, courtesy of Tony Stark himself. Most other versions have a slightly different kind of montage, but that one has the scene complete with hammering.

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* The [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JBbnT-cIDVM second intro]] to the ''WesternAnimation/IronMan'' animated series features one of these, courtesy of Tony Stark himself. Most other versions have a slightly different kind of montage, but that one has the scene complete with hammering. The result is so [[TestosteronePoisoning ridiculously manly]] that viewing it carries a risk of spontaneous chest-hair growth.
11th Feb '17 10:29:27 AM XATMOS
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* ''[[VideoGame/MonsterHunter]]'':

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* ''[[VideoGame/MonsterHunter]]'': ''VideoGame/MonsterHunter'':
11th Feb '17 10:28:37 AM XATMOS
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* ''[[Franchise/MonsterHunter]]'':

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* ''[[Franchise/MonsterHunter]]'': ''[[VideoGame/MonsterHunter]]'':
11th Feb '17 10:27:32 AM XATMOS
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* ''[[Franchise/MonsterHunter]]'':
** The introduction videos of Monster Hunter and Monster Hunter Unite take care to show the weapons and armor being forged in loving detail. The surprising part is that unlike many of the other works that simply use forging scenes for drama, these scenes show the loving amount of work required to make the works of art that you as the hunter who collected the materials to get them. The game even takes it a step further to show the fantastic side of the process by showing how the parts of the creatures will factor in the creation like pouring molten metal on a Rathalos Tail spine to fill in the gaps of the tail grooves.
7th Jan '17 5:59:30 PM Tacitus
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* ''Film/TheLordOfTheRings'':
** The forging of the One Ring by Sauron
** And the reforging of Narsil into Andúril.
** Also the orcs making the weapons and armor for the Uruk-hai.

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* ''Film/TheLordOfTheRings'':
** The
''Film/TheLordOfTheRings'' has the forging of the One Ring by Sauron
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Sauron in the first film's prologue, then later uses two different styles of subsequent Forging Scenes. The mass-production of the Uruk-hai's ugly but effective weapons and armor emphasizes the IndustrializedEvil of Isengard, while the reforging of Narsil into Andúril.
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Andúril is much more dramatic, and features Arwen reciting parts of the orcs making poem that serves as Aragorn's TrustPassword in the weapons and armor for the Uruk-hai.books.


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* ''WebVideo/SwordArtOnlineAbridged'' expands upon the titular game's blacksmithing mechanic with [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ak8cY6Cd63k&t=11m23s an epic forging scene]] that makes the process a combination of a RhythmGame, ShootEmUp, and [[Anime/TengenToppaGurrenLagann galaxy-sized Mecha fight]]... from the point of view of the blacksmith. All Kirito sees is Lizbeth tapping a hot piece of metal every other second while her eyes glow orange.
12th Dec '16 2:27:14 PM DocProfessor
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* Played for laughs in ''[[Literature/Magic20 An Unwelcome Quest]]''. The blacksmith who forges the Mobius Blade is a video game character programmed by the Todd. He forces the heroes to watch the forging scene, and certain aspects are performed in great, dramatic detail, with a lot of showboating. Others are done with generic hand-waving motions. The protagonists note that Todd must have only done partial research on the process of forging weapons and only bothered scripting the parts he found interesting.
11th Dec '16 8:28:32 AM DoktorvonEurotrash
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** Since the previous movie didnät have one, [[Film/RamboIV the fourth movie]] makes up for it by having such a scene.

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** Since the previous movie didnät didn't have one, [[Film/RamboIV the fourth movie]] makes up for it by having such a scene.
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