Forged in Fire (TV Series 2015– )
|1||The War Hammer (16 Feb. 2016) |
Our bladesmiths must choose wisely as they are asked to dumpster dive for the right steel to be turned into a hardened blade of their choosing. Will these blades hold up after a tough round of testing? Only two will move on to forge a War Hammer. After five days at their home forges, the smiths return hammers in hand to pound their way to victory.
|2||Khopesh (23 Feb. 2016) |
This week our bladesmiths are given a "twisted" challenge when they are asked to forge a weapon from cable steel. The competition slowly unravels.
|3||The Scottish Claymore (1 Mar. 2016) |
Four blade smiths face one of the most grueling challenges in Forged in Fire history when the electricity and power tools are taken away from them and they must forge a blade with just fire and their bare hands.
|4||Spiked Shield (8 Mar. 2016) |
Three is the magic number as our blade smiths are asked to forge three or more metals into a blade of their signature style. Despite pain and failure, two move on.
|5||Viking Sword (15 Mar. 2016) |
Four bladesmiths are subjected to one of the most extreme challenges of the season when they must salvage material from a car and forge a blade in a race against time.
|6||Nepalese Kukri (22 Mar. 2016) |
A new set of bladesmiths are tasked with the grueling challenge of shaping four very different types of metal, each with their own unique difficulties.
|7||The Shotel (29 Mar. 2016) |
Four bladesmiths face the unpredictable challenge of taking high carbon steel and wrought iron and forging these two conflicting materials into a fully functional weapon.
|8||The Cutlass (5 Apr. 2016) |
Problem solving is front and center as our bladesmiths are asked to transform failed blades from last season into fully functional weapons.
|9||The Khanda (12 Apr. 2016) |
The competition piles on as our bladesmiths are asked to forge a weapon in their signature style from a large pile of mixed metal that is welded together.
|10||The Tabar (19 Apr. 2016) |
Four bladesmiths must take an ordinary garden lawnmower and using its metal to bend and shape to their will, create one of their signature blades.