What is the hammer and anvil concept in conducting war?
It really deals with the total destruction or capture of an enemy force. Typically involves a large force attacking the enemy from one side and driving them back into an entrenched force you have established behind them, smashing them in between the two groups. It can also be effective when backing them up against natural formations such as mountains, rivers or swamps.
Several options: Buy it at the Grand Exchange. You can buy most items at the Grand Exchange (near Varrock). Look at the World Map; there should be a specialized shop. Make it yourself - take a hammer and some metal bars (e.g., bronze bars, iron bars, etc.) to an anvil (there is one just south of Varrock's western bank). Use the metal bar on the anvil.
The concept of Compromise worked OK before the Mexican War, when the 'West' just meant the territories acquired from France in the Louisiana Purchase of 1803. After the Mexican war, the concept of Compromise did not work. The vast new territories acquired from Mexico could not be accommodated according to this kind of ruling.
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