Last panel, I think it should be ‘cleave,’ not ‘cleve.’
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Love the trash-talk.
The metallurgy is wrong here. Work hardening would not improve the fracture toughness. Working the edge dulls the blade and sharpening would remove or change the surface. Good swords are already worked by hammer and anvil. The smith’s pounding impacts are perpendicular the cutting plane.
Great comic. Thanks.
Are you trying to say that this man isn’t reinforcing his sword through sheer force of will and unbending loyalty?
It’s work out for this type of idiots https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/47559f9ae3d1c053bab37551b70600c081c9185d34f3052827b4d88d8d704048.png