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The Daedalus Machinery are craft materials in Tactics Ogre: Let Us Cling Together. Together, these comprise a type of simple linear actuator manufactured by the Dragon Lord Daedalus, the master smith who is probably responsible for the Palace of the Dead. When used in crafting, they are typically used as components of mechanisms that eviscerate a target.

Recipes using these two items only appear in Secrets of the Master, and require one of each item.

Daedalus PinionEdit

A gear fashioned by the master smith of the Dragon Lords. Several different sizes and shapes of these are known to exist, although they are impossible to make with current techniques.

Daedalus Pinions are only used in crafting, and are listed in the Ingredients tab of the Sundries list.

LocationsEdit

  • Floor 67 of the Palace of the Dead (Iron Golem at 14, 21)
  • Floor 75 of the Palace of the Dead (Iron Golem at 3, 22)
  • Floor 100 of the Palace of the Dead (Nybeth)

UsesEdit

  • Daedalus Knuckles (x1)
  • Daedalus Blade (x1)
  • Daedalus Blowgun (x1)
  • Medusa Shield (x1)
  • Daedalus Gauntlets (x1)

Daedalus RackEdit

A straight line-gear made by the master smith of the Dragon Lords. Several different lengths are known to exist, although they are impossible to make with current techniques.

Daedalus Racks are only used in crafting, and are listed in the Ingredients tab of the Sundries list.

LocationsEdit

  • Floor 57 of the Palace of the Dead (Necromancer at 13, 14)
  • Floor 62 of the Palace of the Dead (Necromancer at 28, 2)
  • Floor 100 of the Palace of the Dead (Nybeth)

UsesEdit

  • Daedalus Knuckles (x1)
  • Daedalus Blade (x1)
  • Daedalus Blowgun (x1)
  • Medusa Shield (x1)
  • Daedalus Gauntlets (x1)

EtymologyEdit

Combined, the Daedalus Rack and Daedalus Pinion form a linear actuator known as a rack-and-pinion. This type of mechanism is probably most familiar as the mechanism used in automobile steering wheels.

Rack and pinion mechanisms first appeared as cranequins in France, where they were used to reload crossbows. While durable, reloading with a cranequin was slow and the mechanism was hard to make, and so did not see much use in battle; crossbows using a cranequin were most commonly used in hunting.[1]

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