|Moonsilver at a Glance|
|Material Type||Metals, Silvers|
|Colors||Silver, Blue, Crimson, Black, Lilac, Verdant|
|Symbolism||Xibar, Yavash, Katamba|
|Required for Alterations||Yes (additional rules)|
A mildly magical silvery metal imbued with the light of one of the three moons.
Types of Moonsilver
By rarity, in (assumed) order of difficulty, from easiest to hardest to obtain:
- blued moonsilver: Xibar. Gives off a silvery-blue glow
- crimson moonsilver: Yavash. Gives off a silvery-red glow
- blackened moonsilver: Katamba. Looks a bit tarnished and gives off an eerie black glow
- lilac moonsilver: Xibar eclipsing Yavash. Has a lavender sheen and gives off a soft silvery-amethyst glow
- verdant moonsilver: Xibar eclipsing a golden Katamba. Has a vibrant green sheen and gives off a soft silvery-green glow.
This material is required for alterations.
Moonsilver used in alterations must remain its original color -'regular', blackened, crimson, blued, lilac, verdant.
- If using a term for "glowing" (luminous, lambent, lucent, phosphorescent, or softly glowing), the TAP must include the word moonsilver. This is to prevent other items from appearing as if they glow, when they do not.
- Moonsilver is not incandescent. The glow is NOT that strong.
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