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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!
From the album: Vectored OCsA card for Apis. Interested in making your own? The base can be found here! http://scarleykwinn.deviantart.com/art/MLP-FiM-Trading-Card-Base-322634021
© Base by ScarleyKwinn, Art by Alec Harris
[colour=#ff1111]~The Pokemon Center~[/colour] So, I haven't seen any topics of the sort on here so far. If there is, whoops! If not, than hooray! My Pokemon have been getting quite lonely being cooped up in my games, and I feel the urge to do some Wi-Fi trading and battling, but not just any random trade/battle! I want to battle and trade with you! You can also battle and trade with each other as well! All we have to do is share our friend codes! To keep things nice and organized, I ask that you fill out a form, and I'll add the forms to the post below, so everyone can find each other easily. Delete anything in parenthesis when posting the form. Games You Own: (Please only list games that are compatible with Wi-Fi connection, such as Pokemon Diamond, Soulsilver, White, etc; ) Friend Code/s: (List your friend codes, and specify which code is for which game.) Favorite Pokemon: (Optional!) Starter Pokemon Choice: (Optional! You can answer this for any of the regions.) Pokemon Team: (Optional!) Favorite Types: (Optional!) Other: (Optional! You can put any final notes here if you want.) After posting the form, all you need to do is ask others if you want to trade or battle! It's as easy as catching a Rattata! My Rattata is different from regular Rattata. It's like my Rattata is in the top percentage of rattatas. Feel free to discuss all-things Pokemon as well! If you post here often, and get involved in many trades and battles with others here, I will list you as a nurse/doctor below. The doctor/nurse title lets others know that you trade/battle very often, so in case people don't have anyone to trade/battle with, they know who to go to. Just like when you need to heal your Pokemon, you always go to the nurse first. These people I also trust with helping to keeping the battling and trading active. It is possible to be downgraded, just to keep the thread up-to-date. Rankings: -Head Nurse (Is always active, and is in charge of thread.) -Nurse/Doctor (Very active) -Pokemon Trainer (Active) -Pokemon Trainer (Somewhat/No activity) (I do not own any of the pictures in use. They all belong to their respectful owners. Pokemon belongs to Nintendo and Satoshi Tajiri.)