Worldbuilding 14.6 – Iron

Now we come to the last two Metals of Antiquity, and perhaps fitting, the two most important metals from the ancient age that had the greatest effect on mankind. While certain up for debate on which metal is the most important of the two, today we will discuss Iron. Iron helped shaped … Continue reading

Worldbuilding 14.5 – Tin

Today we talk about a giant in the metal world that is often unseen, but you feel its awesome potential anywhere and everywhere you go in this world. We are talking about Tin. It is a powerful element that is responsible for the Bronze Age and help in applications you wouldn't think possible. In … Continue reading

Worldbuilding 14.4 – Lead

Welcome to another edition of the Madness Worldbuilding series. Starting with 2016, we are finishing up the Metals of Antiquity, the first set of metals known to the world since Ancient times and remained the only known metals until the 1700's. Today we look at a really important metal: … Continue reading

Worldbuilding 14.3 – Mercury

Welcome to first Worldbuilding article of 2016, where we start things off with Mercury. Mercury has a rather... interesting, and partially horrific, history that remains relatively unknown today due to discontinued use of the element. This is largely due to the negative effects it has on our … Continue reading