Color: Transluscent, Blue, Cyan Mineral Location: Underwater Mineral Rarity: Common Moh Hardness Ranking: 3 Melting Point: 900°C Solubility: Insoluble Market Value: 1-2 silver per strand Description: Underwater sprouts of thin, bubbling mana lines that mix with sand to form glass-like mana strands. Papsui are typically formed over hundreds of years and are in the deeper parts of the ocean due to needing to be undisturbed for so long. The mana bubbling up from these crystals give off a low blue glow, making them ideal for cinematography equipment and expensive laboratory gear. However, stain glass windows are also popular used of this material.
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