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If it's a magic effect, like silver weapons against werewolves, sure. But not if it's just a poison. Poison just isn't a very effective weapon in melee combat. The deadliest poisons in real life take several minutes to even show symptoms, while swordfights are over in seconds. All poisoning your sword does is let you turn a total defeat into a Pyrrhic ...


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No, the copper would not really enter their system from the blade of the sword. Copper is actually an essential nutrient for fungi, and also toxic in large doses. Your weapon is really only a cutting instrument, no matter what the material is the target will only get exposed to a minuscule amount. The blade will work best by being sharp. Copper is very soft, ...


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Copper or gold passive/active coolers (exactly like we have at our processors - but times larger) would be ideal. Pull heat from, say copper hat/trousers to that cooler wich is placed in some cold water stream (ideal) or on top of mountain (through the relay chain) to be air cooled. You can even can overcool people with such a system! You can achive almost ...


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Basically, Air So, if I understand your question correct, you can magic heat from one object into another object, and you want an object that can take the most amount of heat possible. This answer is assuming that's the question. What you're looking for is pretty simple - something with a high specific heat, and I'd recommend hydrogen gas. Specific heat is ...


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