Metal Bending Blacksmith Gloves




When worn and they touch something metallic, they can easily bend and shape the metal; also they can withstand fire and heat.


If someone wears them for a long period of time, the gloves make the user smell like they've been working at a forge all day for about five days straight


Putting on the gloves.

Collected by

Mr. Stall







Date of Collection



Origin[edit | edit source]

These gloves were simply worn by a blacksmith who worked at a forge using fire and heat to shape metal.

Today[edit | edit source]

Mr. Kipling was sent to Chicago when it was noted that there were plenty of bank robberies that happened at night, and all the metal at the two banks that were hit seemed to have been melted into clumps. Easily knowing that it would take forever to do that, Mr. Kipling knew an artifact was at work. So he interviewed the people who worked at the banks, though a few employee's seemed to have smelled funny, yet they all carried the same smell. So he followed one until he saw the few people who smelled odd get together and began to use the gloves on some metal in a scrap yard, and even noticing how the gloves withstood a fire that was set up by one of the people. He followed them to their next robbery (as they went together this time to take as much money as they could) and subdued them, handing them over to the police after taking the gloves away.

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