|Age Available||Feudal Age|
|Stats||Improves the attack of infantry and cavalry units by +1.|
Iron tools and weapons were hammered out of iron bars through forging. The bars were heated in the forge until they were red hot. At this point the metal could be shaped by hammering. The hot bar was held against an anvil and pounded into the desired shape. In the hands of an expert smithy, the process of continually heating, hammering, and cooling created quality tools and sharp, sturdy weapons. Men who worked the forges were called blacksmiths because they worked with black iron and got quite dirty during a day’s work.
|Tracking | Squires | Scale Mail Armor | Chain Mail Armor | Plate Mail Armor | Forging | Iron Casting | Blast Furnace|
|Husbandry | Bloodlines | Scale Barding Armor | Chain Barding Armor | Plate Barding Armor | Forging | Iron Casting | Blast Furnace