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'''Sky-iron''' was a type of meteoric metal that Armoured Bears or [[Panserbjørne]] such as [[Iorek Byrnison]] used to create their armour. It was difficult to cut or break, with the exception of the Subtle Knife ([[Æsahættr]]), which was stated to cut through Sky-iron 'like butter'.
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'''Sky-iron''' was a type of meteoric metal that [[panserbjørn]]e such as [[Iorek Byrnison]] used to create [[Panserbjørn armour|their armour]]. It was difficult to cut or break, with the exception of the [[subtle knife]], which was stated to cut through sky-iron "like butter." For a panserbjørne, sky-iron was their [[soul]], the equivalent of the [[dæmon]] found in [[human]]s.<ref name="NL11">{{ref|book|1|11}}</ref>
   
 
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*Although sky-iron is fictional, native peoples of the Arctic value meteorites, particularly the {{Wplink|Cape York meteorite}}.
 
*Although sky-iron is fictional, native peoples of the Arctic value meteorites, particularly the {{Wplink|Cape York meteorite}}.
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*In ''[[The Golden Compass (video game)]]'', sky-iron is referred to as 'sky iron'.
   
 
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*''[[The Golden Compass (video game)]]''
 
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Latest revision as of 19:47, June 8, 2019

Sky-iron was a type of meteoric metal that panserbjørne such as Iorek Byrnison used to create their armour. It was difficult to cut or break, with the exception of the subtle knife, which was stated to cut through sky-iron "like butter." For a panserbjørne, sky-iron was their soul, the equivalent of the dæmon found in humans.[1]

Behind the scenesEdit

AppearancesEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. Northern Lights, Chapter 11
Panserbjørne
Panserbjørne Hjalmur HjalmursonIofur RaknisonIofur Raknison's fatherIorek ByrnisonRagnar LokissonSøren Eisarson
Important Panserbjørn armourSky-ironSvalbard
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