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Welcome to my store and smith! My name is Forged Horseshoe and I offer services and products related to steel and other metals. Feel free to ask for a service or product! Here’s a list of them: Horseshoes: *Low carbon steel horseshoes: 80 Bits (If not exposed frequently to water, humidity, mud, wet grounds and intense ride, can last at least 1 year without repair.) *White cast iron horseshoes: 50 Bits (Harder than common carbon steels, but very weak against impacts. Needs more time to wear out, since high impact is avoided) *Gray cast iron horseshoes: 100 Bits (Less resistant against impact than low carbon steel, but much more than white cast iron. Also very wearing out resistant.) *Austenitic low carbon steel alloy: 100 Bits (Wear out faster than the first, but resists better to intense ride and low temperatures. If you plan to visit Stalliongrad, is a good choice.) *Tempered martensite low carbon steel: 250 Bits (Same of the first, but after quench and temper. The best performance of common steel for intense rides and impact) *Ultra high resistance steel alloy: 600 Bits (Using special metals in alloy and doing complex heat treatment, this is the most resistant horseshoe from the shop. The problem is bad resistance against water and not recommended to expose to high temperatures.) *Austenitic Stainless Steel 400 Bits (Good resistance to water, intense rides and impact, and very good resistance to low temperatures) * Ferritic Stainless Steel 320 Bits (Resists water a little less than the austenitic, but is better to intense rides and impact) *Cast aluminum Horseshoes: 400 Bits (3 times lighter than steel and resists water, but wear out fast and not supports intense rides.) *Aged aluminum-cooper alloy: 800 Bits (After a complex heat treatment, this alloy reaches excellent mechanical properties. 3 times lighter than steel, resists water and resists some to intense ride and impact.) *Brass Horseshoe: 800 Bits (Have a nice color, similar to gold, resists water and supports intense ride. Not so good in wear resistance.) *Bronze Horseshoe: 1000 Bits (If polished often gets a very nice orange-pink color, if don’t gets dark and some green-blue traits. Best wear out resistance, and a little good resistance to impact.) *Nickel Super alloy 1600 Bits (Resists some to water, good for ride and impact and resists very high temperatures) *Magnesium Alloy 1200 Bits (Lighter than aluminum, very light! Resists water, but not so good to intense rides and impact) *Cobalt alloy 2200 Bits (Best resistance to very high temperatures, very good resistance against water, and good to ride and impact) *Alpha titanium alloy 1400 Bits (Very good water resistance, very good resistance to high temperatures, lighter than steel, lighter than cobalt and resists intense ride and impact.) *Alpha-beta titanium alloy 1800 Bits (Very good water resistance, not recommended to very high temperatures, but have excellent resistance to intense rides and impact) Services: *Horseshoe repair (The price depends on the kind of horseshoe) *Welding (Depends on the complexity of the operation) *General metal objects repair (Same) *Heat treatments (Depends the kind) *Metal objects forge (Same) *Surface hardening for common steels: 100 bits (Complex steel alloys are more expensive) *Metallurgy classes 300 Bits a month (Yeah, I can share with you my knowledges) *I buy metals and ores (Maybe soon I'll list the prices) Feel free to look and ask!
Ice Storm woke up early this morning. Lore had been very kind letting her stay there with him while she was looking for a place of her own. than being said, she remembered what the mayor had told her before about a pony named Filthy Rich. She said that he would be the pony to talk to in regards abut a business loan to help her get started with at least enough bits to get the supplies she needs to get started. She was perfectly fine working out of a tent for a while in the market place until she could afford to purchase an actual shop, but she still needed the flavorings and something to at least keep the water contained in. She needed something almost like an aquatic tank to keep the water flowing. It made the highest quality snow when she used her magic on it, and in turn was the highest quality for snow cones, she would also need the items required for smoothies, and milkshakes as well. Looking at everything that I need, I estimate that the water tank and the blenders would be the most expensive. The water itself for the ice sculptures shouldn't be that difficult, since it's just water, and those are done by request anyway. The syrups shouldn't be all that expensive either. In Canterlot an entire bottle of one flavor was only a few bits. Then again, these treats weren't very popular there either so that may have been why they were so cheap. That being said, I should probably expect them to be a bit higher here. so lets say about ten bits-ish for each flavor, and I need... lemon, lime, raspberry, cherry, punch, grape, apple, watermelon, orange, strawberry...she thought to herself as she continued walking towards town hall. The Mayor said Mr. Rich was always by the business bulletins every morning, she she hoped that she would be able to catch him. I think that's all for snow cones, I'll also need a good supply of actual fruit for the smoothies, and a good supply of chocolate, vanilla, and strawberry shake syrups. so just in syrups alone, I'm looking at. hmmm... at least a hundred and thirty bits just to get started with one of every flavor. I 'could' probably do without some of the flavors startign up and get multiples of the basics, but then I wouldn't be a true frozen treat stand if I didn't offer every flavor imaginable. She continued thinking to herself on the manner, and before she knew it she was at the town hall. Okay, so to get started with everything to get everything I need assuming all my math is accurate, eight hundred 'should' be enough to get started. That would give me enough for three bottles of flavoring syrups a piece, a couple blenders, and the water tank I'm looking for with a little bit left over to get more supplies if needed. I could go 900 to make sure, but I don't know How Mr. Rich would react to somepony asking to loan that many bits. It is a business loan sure, but that's still a lot of bits, she thought to herself concluding her estimates before heading inside.
Everypony had signed the paper, and Max gleefully rolled the parchment up and tucked it into a pocket. "I'll spread the word, we'll begin as soon as physically possible." Maximilian looked first at the Griffon, noting her powerful stare. He knew that the griffon families were not to be trifled with. This deal had to be approached with the utmost caution, lest an honest error be perceived as an attempt to double cross her. The Rockefilly returned her look with one of his own, grinning wide with a fire in his eyes as he spoke. "I know full well of the power you and your family posses, just as you are aware of mine. This is an honest deal, over time you will see that." He looked at Snowfall next, "I believe with the three of us working together, we can achieve anything."