Announcement   Troll Cunning Forge is a Blacksmithing forge working from the principles of traditional blackmsithing lore, folk magic and real alchemy. Marcus McCoy is a trained alchemist working under the tutelage of Master alchemist Robert Bartlett. Troll cunning forge is focused on creating magical talismans working with traditional and innovative methods. We specialize in the philosophical quenching process.

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Last updated on Jan 17, 2018

Troll Cunning Forge is a Blacksmithing forge working from the principles of traditional blackmsithing lore, folk magic and real alchemy. Marcus McCoy is a trained alchemist working under the tutelage of Master alchemist Robert Bartlett. Troll cunning forge is focused on creating magical talismans working with traditional and innovative methods. We specialize in the philosophical quenching process.

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Following in the foot steps of the sorcerer smith

Marcus McCoy has been a student of traditional witchcraft, folk magic and shamanry from around the world for over 25 years. In the last year he has dedicated his work to the Smithing arts focusing on his alchemical work as the basis for his work with iron. Marcus is the owner and alchemist perfumer at the House of orpheus, he is an editor for the book series Verdant Gnosis, co-organizer for the Viridis Genii Symposium and practitioner of lab alchemy, and folk magic with an emphasis on esoteric herbalism.

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  • Ethan Kempf

    Shelton, WA

    Ethan Kempf, forged in fire champion created this blade with troll cunning forge, and made this knife with troll cunning forges slight assistance, as a collaboration. To see Ethans other work see here https://www.kempfforge.com/

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Last updated on Jan 17, 2018
Frequently asked questions
are your products poisonous or toxic to handle?

Not at all. All oils and plant residues are washed off with a solvent and are no longer on the product after the quenching process has been done.