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In Japan, percussion firemaking was performed, using agate or quartz.It was also used as a ritual to bring good luck or ward off evil. High carbon steels (1060, W1, tool steels, etc.) generate sparks easily.The Battles of Legend -Light’s Revenge- special booster set brings cards from climactic Duels seen in multiple Yu-Gi-Oh!animated TV series to print for the very first time and combines them with championship-winning cards from real life!
Once upon a time, anyone in a northern winter who didn’t keep a fire burning all night had to start the day by clashing flint on steel to make a spark. They needed to catch a spark on some flammable tinder and then somehow transfer this hint of fire to a thin splint of wood or a scrap of cord.
From the Iron Age forward, until the invention of the friction match, the use of flint and steel was a common method of firelighting.