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Red River, Vol. 3 by Chie Shinohara
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Sep 25, 2010

it was amazing
bookshelves: historical-fiction, manga

oh! this series is soo good! i love it! let's play how accurate is it! it's so much fun when books are this well researched.

in ancient times iron really was extracted from meteorites. the reason why it's so commonly found now is that the ore is extracted from more sources. i wish i could remember exactly where people now get it from. honestly i'm surprised she identified it as iron. i would have identified it as steel. i wouldn't exactly be wrong with that assumption though, since steel comes from iron. ah, science is fun sometimes.

the three empires in the area?
they did exsist. they were all contending with eachother for that same area.

can an iron sword break a golden one?
it is a possiblity. gold is a really weak metal. but yuri would not be able to exert enough force (or even resistance) against that beast to have his sword broken. in relatity, she probably would have dropped her weapon.

can an iron dagger break stone?
once again, judging from her physique, no. though, she could have wedged the stone off. but breaking it in half? highly unlikely, even if it was already damaged.


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