Category:Agates

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Agates at a Glance
Material Type Gems
Colors Black, Blue, Brown, Green, Grey, Orange, Red, White, Yellow
Rarity Common
Cultural Relevance None
Required for Alterations No

Agate is a common rock formation primarily consisting of chalcedony and quartz. It has a banded appearance with a variety of colors depending on composition.

Varieties of Agate
  • carnelian agate - has reddish hues.
  • fire agate - iridescent, internal flash or "fire" resulting from a layer of clear agate over hematite.
  • lace agate - lace-like pattern with forms such as eyes, swirls, bands, or zigzags. Typically red and white or yellow and grey.
  • moss agate - exhibits a moss-like pattern and is green.
  • mountain agate
  • plume agate - Inclusions of smoke-like or plume shapes in a variety of colors from blue, red, orange, green, brown, white, grey, black, and yellow.

Alteration Rules

This material is not required for alterations.




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