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Many different fantastical substances and resources exist in the magical world of Gaen. Here is a listing of some of them, presented as the scholars of their time would have presented them

Diamond Wood

Diamond Wood comes from the wood of the Sillorian Diamond Tree. It was said to "grow abundantly in far off kingdoms" this wood was entirely clear and incredibly valuable, as well as very durable. In one instance, it took only two small wheels of the wood to support a large tempered-steel ballista.

It was created by funsapphire on July 31st, 2016 in his “CGK Ballista”

Blaze-Stone

Blaze-Stone was a very rare type of stone. It is very light, and can easily be crafted, often into furniture. When blaze-stone comes in contact with glem dust, it turns into a highly explosive substance. Additionally it is able to cancel out the powers of mages with a sort of antimagic effect. It can only be found in the Okawa region.

It was created by rpzg on August 12th, 2016 in his “The Mysterious Message, Rp”

Draconic Iron or Draconic Steel

Draconic Iron or Draconic Steel was made by the dragons in Arindear, as only Darastrix Sthyr knew how to coax dragons into the process of creating it, as well as which dragons can be used. It was more durable and had greater strength than normal steel, and had an incredibly high melting point. These properties made it prized for armor and large buildings.

It was created by Black_Wind8319, AKA Wendolla, on September 1st, 2016 in her “LCRP Of Deamons and Dragons, Part 1”

Groncle Iron

Groncle Iron is most likely a variant of Draconic iron, though its specific properties are unknown.

It was created by shadowind34 on July 20th, 2016 in his "CGK roleplay: the victory of Fireflash"

Sapphire Ice Dust

Not much is known about Sapphire Ice Dust, other than that it can be combined with Gana Herbs to make Anti-possession, which can be used as a dust, potion, or on an arrow tip to reverse the effects of some (If not all) "hypnosis" and mind control type spells, and theoretically also possessions. It was used to great effect during the Ignis War to fight the Dasu'r, Ignis.

It was created by rpzg on Spetember 6th, 2016 in his “A plan coming together….”

Gana Herbs

Not much is known about Gana Herbs, other than that it can be combined with Sapphire Ice Dust to make Anti-possession, which can be used as a dust, potion, or on an arrow tip to reverse the effects of some (If not all) "hypnosis" and mind control type spells, and theoretically also possessions. It was used to great effect during the Ignis War to fight the Dasu'r, Ignis.

It was created by rpzg on Spetember 6th, 2016 in his “A plan coming together….”

Aquatic Gold

Aquatic Gold was simply Gold that has been blessed by the element of water, and the most powerful of Aquatic Gold can defeat even the strongest of Fire-wielding wizards and Warlocks - even a Cabur or Dasu’r. There was a sword made out of the material in the East Arindear River until it was retrieved in 392 ABB by Darastryc Sythr and his Black Wing. The sword was used by High Baron Charles Vindavin of Arindear to cleanse Ignis, returning him to his status as Cabur.

It was first mentioned on September 8th, 2016 in Black_Wind8319’s “Of Daemons and Dragons part 6”

Illrock

Illrock was a red, granite-like material. It was only found on the Isle of Grussia. It could also come in a metallic ore form similar to iron and a crystalline form, which was a red-transparent color. A variant existed that was somewhat shinier, though it is unknown why. In the First Goblin Gold Age, it was used as currency.

Behind the Scenes

This page was originally a copy paste of a general gallery post made by Wendolla during 2016 when LCRP was hosted on the lego.com galleries, which are now defunct. It began with:

"Since LCRP is totally fictional and not rooted in an already established world, there are many fantastic resources and substances that have been made up, but there’s no good catalogue of them. Here, I will recount all different made-up stuff people have used, how to get it, and when it was used, as well as who created it."

Now the page is an edited version of that post, with some new additions.

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