The Metals and Metallurgy

<thead>


</thead>




 

Metal

Cost / lb.

Ferrous

Description

Adamantine

5,000 gp

Yes

An alloy of adamant (a strong but brittle metal), silver and electrum. Adamantine  is black,  but  has  a  clear  green  sheen  in  candlelight and a sheen that turns purple under certain magical radiance

Brass

3 sp

No

A yellowish metal that somewhat resembles gold. An alloy of copper and zinc.

Bronze

4 sp

No

A reddish brown metal. An alloy of copper and tin

Cold Iron

4 sp

Yes

Cold iron is iron found in a pure state (either meteoric iron or an especially rich ore) and is forged at a lower temperature to preserve its delicate properties.

Copper

1 gp

No

This well-known pure metal has a distinctive pinkish sheen.

Electrum

25 gp

No

A natural alloy of silver and gold.

Gold

50 gp

No

This well-known pure metal is the softest of workable metallic substances.

Iron

1 sp

Yes

Iron is a silver-white malleable metal that readily rusts in moist air, occurs native in meteorites and combined in most igneous rocks. It is the most used of metals.

Lead

2 sp

No

Lead is a heavy, grey, soft, malleable ore.

Mithral

2,500 gp

No

This silvery-blue, shining metal is derived from soft, glittering, silvery-black ore.

Platinum

500 gp

No

This light gray metal with very slight bluish tinge is strong, difficult to melt, and resistant to most chemicals.

Silver

10 gp

No

This relatively common valuable metal is the most associated with and suitable for magic.

Steel

5 gp

Yes

Steel is an alloy made out of Iron and Carbon.

Tin

3 sp

No

A soft, silvery-white metal that is often combined with other metals or used as a layer to protect various metals.

 

 

The Metals and Metallurgy

Haunted Highlands - C&C Fantasy Grounds Lexfire