After placating Deepika, I finished painting the scabbard of the guardian sword and went about my next task.
I had no problem finishing the sheath of his wife's guardian sword, but I felt sad that Marius had nothing to do with it.
"Maybe a knife. ......
It's okay for his wife, who probably doesn't go out in public much or has her own personal bodyguard, but Marius can't have the same guardian knife.
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It's not that I want to be prosperous. I'd rather be able to cook whatever I want so that I don't have to worry about eating.
Since it is just a gift, it is possible to have it put away for the time being. However, if I may say so myself, he will want to wear it.
Marius may look like a handsome man, but he is a military officer and not without his enemies.
His brother's case, which I was involved in, was most likely arranged by someone who didn't like him (or the marquis behind him) in the first place, so he'll want to think about self-defense at all times.
So at least the appearance of the sword in its scabbard should be the same as that of an ordinary long sword or knife, so as not to attract attention.
It might be interesting to use a Western sword for the scabbard, tsuba and hilt, and a Japanese sword with a single-edged straight blade.
I'd rather use a knife - the quality of which is custom made. I thought about mithril, apoitakara, or even hihiirokane, but I don't want people to find out where I got it from if I show it to them at some point, so I'll just make it out of regular steel.
Give me a break.
I called out to Anne, who was waiting in front of the furnace to make the sheet metal.
"Yes, I understand.
Anne nodded obediently and gave me her place. There was molten steel in the furnace, waiting to be poured out, and its temperature was rising.
I could pour it directly into the molds, but since this is a "special" occasion, I'll leave some of the molds a little farther away while I'm at it.
I put on my leather gloves and pick up the iron. Soon enough, the steel is hot enough to flow from the furnace.
The temperature in the area rises quickly. The temperature rises and falls as if the forge were pulsating.
The steel flowed into the bowl. I hurriedly grabbed the bowl with a pestle.
I gently pour the contents of the vessel into the mold, which is placed at a distance from the furnace. I try to make it as even as possible.
The amount that can be poured out of the furnace at one time is enough to fill several molds. So, when you finish pouring one, pour the next, and the next, and so on.
One is enough for the knife, but I poured the other molds in the same way as before so that there would be no unevenness.
"Well, that's it.
As I finished pouring into the molds, the steel lost its heat, revealing a beautiful sheet metal. There seems to be a good amount of magic in it at the moment.
When I was satisfied with the result, Mr. Lija approached me.
"You can see magic?
What? Yes, .......
"Wow! It's steel and it's beautiful!
I'm not sure if it's common knowledge among fairies that humans can't see magic, but I think it's natural for them to see magic, even if they can only use simple magic.
Deepika sighs at Lija, who has a big smile on her face.
"You know, Lija. He created the magic crystal to help you. Of course you can see it.
"Oh, I see.
Lija nodded her head. It's not that I'm wrong, and I can't talk about cheats, so I'm not going to complain.
I can't talk about cheats, so I won't comment.
"I like it, the humans are using this stuff.
"Well, not all of them are like this. "Well, not all of them, but mine is specially made, if I do say so myself.
I corrected him with a wry smile, and Rike, who was working beside me, nodded in agreement. You should concentrate on your work.
Deepika says admiringly.
You're right. We also use steel a little, but this is the first time I've seen steel with such magical power. It's no wonder it's so special.
"A little use, you mean for weapons?
"After all, this is the Kuro Forest."
Deepika-san said with a mischievous wink. I replied with a laugh, "Indeed.