Price 350 sp
Weight 45 lb.
This material is the same substance as fire-forged steel with a subtle difference in the alignment of the metal during crafting. Instead of channeling heat away from the wearer, it channels heat toward the wearer. Frost-forged steel works similarly to fire-forged steel, except its effects apply to cold damage rather than fire damage. This means frost-forged steel weapons are less useful than their fire-forged counterparts, as there are few nonmagical sources of cold that can quickly imbue it with enough cold energy to deal bonus damage.
Armor and weapons made from frost-forged steel are always considered masterwork, and the masterwork costs are included in the listed prices.
Frost-forged steel has the same hit points and hardness as steel. Frost-forged steel costs the same as fire-forged steel.
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