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27th Aug '17 1:22:24 PM nombretomado
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* In the ''Franchise/{{Atelier}}'' series' ''Arland'' trilogy, Hagel can make weapons and armor for the protagonist if she brings him the proper metal or cloth.

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* In the ''Franchise/{{Atelier}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Atelier}}'' series' ''Arland'' trilogy, Hagel can make weapons and armor for the protagonist if she brings him the proper metal or cloth.
11th Aug '17 3:48:00 AM foxley
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* Big Anvil, TheStrongGuy of ComicBook/{{Tomahawk}}'s Rangers, had been a blacksmith before the war, and still sometimes performed blacksmithing duties within the Rangers.

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* Big Anvil, TheStrongGuy TheBigGuy of ComicBook/{{Tomahawk}}'s Rangers, had been a blacksmith before the war, and still sometimes performed blacksmithing duties within the Rangers.
11th Aug '17 3:46:51 AM foxley
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* Big Anvil, TheStrongGuy of ComicBook/{{Tomahawk}}'s Rangers, had been a blacksmith before the war, and still sometimes performed blacksmithing duties within the Rangers.
19th Jul '17 1:00:35 PM SeptimusHeap
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* John Henry Irons, a.k.a. {{Steel}} from the DC Universe often invokes blacksmithing in addition to his folkloric image (see his first and middle names). He is notable for hand-forging the plating of most of his PoweredArmor.

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* John Henry Irons, a.k.a. {{Steel}} ComicBook/{{Steel}} from the DC Universe often invokes blacksmithing in addition to his folkloric image (see his first and middle names). He is notable for hand-forging the plating of most of his PoweredArmor.
17th Jul '17 4:38:29 AM BB8ForPresident
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** Gendry was a smith in training before being sold to the Night's Watch, and his craft comes in useful as he makes his way across wartorn Westeros, as it makes him a valuable prisoner when taken to Harrenhal and he's later able to assist the Brotherhood Without Banners with their weapons. He mentions he was an armorer's apprentice specifically rather than an ordinary blacksmith, so his ability to forge weapons and armour for various characters is more realistic than most versions of this trope. [[spoiler: He's also a perfect example of the secret legacy variant mentioned above.]]

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** Gendry was a smith in training before being sold to the Night's Watch, and his craft comes in useful as he makes his way when travelling across wartorn Westeros, as it makes him a valuable prisoner when taken to Harrenhal and he's later able to assist the Brotherhood Without Banners with their weapons. He mentions he was an armorer's apprentice specifically specifically, rather than an ordinary blacksmith, so his ability to forge weapons and armour for various characters is more realistic than most versions of this trope. [[spoiler: He's also a perfect example of the secret legacy variant mentioned above.above, as his skill with a smith's hammer is an allusion to the fact his father was actually King Robert who was known for his legendary skill with a war hammer.]]
24th Jun '17 1:10:48 PM Aggron9988
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* In ''Webcomic/ChampionsOfFaraus'', Skye's father, Arthur Glorious, is a weapon Smith, and through Skye gives Daryl one of his "hobby swords" to use.
14th Jun '17 3:41:19 AM BB8ForPresident
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** Gendry is [[spoiler:a perfect example of the secret legacy variant mentioned above.]] Donal Noye is a retired smith with one arm [[spoiler: ...who killed the King of the Giants.]]

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** Gendry was a smith in training before being sold to the Night's Watch, and his craft comes in useful as he makes his way across wartorn Westeros, as it makes him a valuable prisoner when taken to Harrenhal and he's later able to assist the Brotherhood Without Banners with their weapons. He mentions he was an armorer's apprentice specifically rather than an ordinary blacksmith, so his ability to forge weapons and armour for various characters is [[spoiler:a more realistic than most versions of this trope. [[spoiler: He's also a perfect example of the secret legacy variant mentioned above.]] ]]
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Donal Noye is a retired smith with one arm [[spoiler: ...who killed the King of the Giants.]]
13th Jun '17 11:56:24 PM jormis29
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* Anyone with high Craft (Fire) in ''{{Exalted}}'' would qualify. This subset of the Craft skill is used for everything from horseshoes to [[{{BFS}} daiklaves]]. The setting also contains other, weirder smiths, such as the notoriously unreliable and sex-crazed demon-dwarves known as heranhal, or Alveula, Keeper of the Forge of Night, a powerful demon who smelts humans into equipment and carries a hammer about the same size as herself.

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* Anyone with high Craft (Fire) in ''{{Exalted}}'' ''TabletopGame/{{Exalted}}'' would qualify. This subset of the Craft skill is used for everything from horseshoes to [[{{BFS}} daiklaves]]. The setting also contains other, weirder smiths, such as the notoriously unreliable and sex-crazed demon-dwarves known as heranhal, or Alveula, Keeper of the Forge of Night, a powerful demon who smelts humans into equipment and carries a hammer about the same size as herself.
20th May '17 5:06:11 PM nombretomado
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* ''VinlandSaga'': After giving up his BloodKnight lifestyle, Thors becomes a laughably bad blacksmith working in an Icelandic village.

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* ''VinlandSaga'': ''Manga/VinlandSaga'': After giving up his BloodKnight lifestyle, Thors becomes a laughably bad blacksmith working in an Icelandic village.
20th May '17 4:38:36 PM nombretomado
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* ''VideoGame/{{Mabinogi}}'' and its prequel ''{{Vindictus}}'' both feature blacksmith Fergus. In the latter, he's the only blacksmith available to craft weapons and armour. In the former, he's one of several; and is the worst, clumsiest, least-reliable of the lot.

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* ''VideoGame/{{Mabinogi}}'' and its prequel ''{{Vindictus}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Vindictus}}'' both feature blacksmith Fergus. In the latter, he's the only blacksmith available to craft weapons and armour. In the former, he's one of several; and is the worst, clumsiest, least-reliable of the lot.
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