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UC - Luminite

Mineral Name: Luminite

Color: Deep, shimmering silver.

Mineral Location: Mountain peaks and areas with lots of sunlight.

Mineral Rarity: Uncommon

Moh Hardness Ranking: 5

Melting Point: 2000°C

Solubility: Insoluble

Market Value: 5 Silver.

Description: Luminite is an uncommon silver mineral that is found atop mountain peaks and landmasses where lots of sunlight is often provided, believed to form overtime due to sunlight. It is known for its extraordinary ability to absorb and amplify ambient light, providing light to the area around it with ease with even the smallest bit of light provided to it. This natural luminescence has made Luminite highly coveted among nobility and crafters, who use it to create enchanted lanterns and jewellery that glows softly, along with other useful items.

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