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- n. a specialized profession that involves the forging of weapons (especially edged weapons such as swords) out of metals
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I believe in lots of things, my Jeep Wrangler for one, and I believe that John Browning was inspired by God (some god at least, unlikely Jesus, possibly Lord Wayland the Smith, god of weaponsmithing and revenge) when he designed the finest pistol ever made, the 1911 .45.
Fallout 3 had a rather light system in which certain bits of scrap and salvage could be combined into powerful jerry-rigged weaponry, New Vegas has complex systems for weaponsmithing, for packing and modifying special ammo types, for using plants and animals to create foodstuffs, medicines and trade goods.
Lani Blazier: There are 6 crafting professions; Cooking, weaponsmithing, armorsmithing, tailoring, alchemy and handicraft.
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