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Mineral Name: Lifainite

Color: Dark crimson

Mineral Location: Caves, tombs, and other dark, stagnant places

Mineral Rarity: Rare

Moh Hardness Ranking: 6

Melting Point: 1750°C

Solubility: Insoluble

Market Value: Highly illegal and dangerous; no established value

Description: Lifainite is a mineral that feeds on the life energy of any living or dead being that comes into contact with it, draining the being of their flesh, bone, blood, and any biological matter. The mineral often looks like a small egg without any roughness, is completely smooth yet doesn't reflect light, and has a slight pulsing glow. It emanates a sense of foreboding, and those who come too close to it experience feelings of unease and anxiety. Lifainite is highly illegal and dangerous, and possession of it can result in severe punishment. Tales have it that the ancient people who worshipped an unknown being used Lifainite in their rituals, sacrificing the life energy of their victims to appease their deity.

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