Category:Materials

Materials are typically used for crafting, although a few have no such use and are just sold for gil.
Name Description
Amber Icon.png
Amber Claimed with RenownRewarded from Hunt
A bright orange gem, its edges worn smooth by countless years of pounding in the surf. Lapidaries will pay a hefty sum for large specimens, free of impurities, but it is the impure examples-namely, those in which insects, lizards, and fairies are entombed-that command the highest prices, mostly amongst scholars and the occasional mad alchemist.


Valuable. Can be traded for gil.

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Aqueous Humours Dropped by Enemy
Northern legend tells of a terrible winged creature—Angra Mainyu—who, having lost one of its eyes to the blade of an intrepid adventurer, spent the rest of its days weeping as it wandered the countryside. So bitter were its tears that upon striking the earth, they would turn the very soil to stone—a side effect that would both irk farmers, while simultaneously tempt blacksmiths with the prospect of what such a substance might do to their iron.
Behemoth Shackle Icon.png
Behemoth Shackle Dropped by EnemyRewarded from Hunt
While it certainly hasn’t stopped kings and emperors throughout history from trying, every attempt to tame behemoths has invariably ended in tragic failure. Or rather, it had, until the Kingdom of Waloed discovered a means to influence the beast’s primitive mind in the form of an enchanted shackle that presumably works similarly to crystal fetters, but without impeding aetherial channeling.


Used in crafting.

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Black Blood Dropped by EnemyRewarded from Quest
A thick, oily substance sometimes found pooling in newly formed wounds in the earth, such as the cracks left by tremors or the passing of an Eikon. Though it burns as hot and bright as any crystal, the liquid has until recently been largely ignored by the people of Valisthea due to the acrid smoke it emits when ignited.


Valuable. Can be traded for gil.

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Bloody Hide Sold in ShopDropped by EnemyClaimed with RenownRewarded from QuestRewarded from Hunt
When properly treated with urine, lime, salt, and a lengthy soak in chocobo brains, this ichor-flecked skin will make for a fine piece of leather indeed.
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Bomb Ember Rewarded from Hunt
Figuratively, the smoldering soul of a bomb given life by unknown magicks. Literally, a very hot rock. Fortunately, there are myriad uses for such a thing.


Used in crafting.

Bone Necklace Icon.png
Bone Necklace Dropped by Enemy
Very little rhyme and even less reason went into the creation of this ghastly neck ornament, the bones strung along its crude twine most likely belonging to those unfortunate enough to meet its maker.

Used in crafting.

Briar Clam Shell Icon.png
Briar Clam Shell Sold in ShopClaimed with Renown
When cut and polished, the spiny, opaline shells of western Storm's briar clam rival the luster of most gems. More importantly, however, when incorporated into armor, they can also provide nigh unmatched protection, being strong enough to turn aside an adamantine blade without suffering so much as a scratch.
Clouded Eye Icon.png
Clouded Eye Dropped by EnemyRewarded from Hunt
To see the pattern on the surface of this spherical gem shift and twist, one would think a churning storm trapped within. Though it must surely be a trick of the light.

Used in crafting.

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Clutchmine Sold in ShopClaimed with RenownRewarded from Quest
For centuries, these strange egg-shaped clusters of ore were ignored by Waloed’s pickmen, since Clutchmine is brittle, dull, and of little use in its own right. But when it was later discovered that the substance could be added to metals to increase their strength and hardness, it was mined to the point of exhaustion.


Used in crafting.

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Coeurl Whisker Dropped by EnemyRewarded from Hunt
Surprisingly, dissection of a coeurl's whisker shows it to be composed almost entirely of metal. While this would go some way to explain why some coeurls can channel lightning, it raises the question of how the metal got there in the first place...


Used in crafting.

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Comet Feather Rewarded from Hunt
As truly red chocobos are rare, one might assume the same could be said of their feathers yet somehow they are found in nearly every market from market from Dalimi to Northreach… Contrary to what the merchants. hawking them would have you believe, however, the items on sale are more often than not the feathers of robins or even common hens.
Dark Shard Icon.png
Dark Shard Dropped by Enemy
The power of the Eikon Odin made manifest. This shard of crystal is as black as a moonless night and can be heard to emit a soft hum when held to the ear.


Used in crafting.

Darksteel Icon.png
Darksteel Rewarded from Hunt
Extremely similar to iron, yet darker, harder, and heavier. Whatever fell magicks Ultima employed in its creation, the metal has thus far proven impossible to reproduce. Obtained by defeating Thanatos or the Prince of Death


Used in crafting.

Desert Rose Icon.png
Desert Rose Sold in ShopClaimed with RenownRewarded from Quest
Despite its rose-like appearance, this delicate sandstone formation found in the deserts of Dhalmekia is no rose, but instead an inexplicable peculiarity of nature—a reminder that humankind will never fully comprehend the world in which we live. It is also said to bring good luck.


Used in crafting.

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Dragon Talon Dropped by EnemyRewarded from Hunt
Upon close inspection of a lesser dragon's foot, one may observe that the middle talon is considerably longer than the rest. This extended appendage is used to puncture the fleshy parts of the creature's prey, causing severe blood loss and weakening them for the kill.

Used in crafting.

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Dragon Talon Dropped by EnemyRewarded from Hunt
Upon close inspection of a lesser dragon's foot, one may observe that the middle talon is considerably longer than the rest. This extended appendage is used to puncture the fleshy parts of the creature's prey, causing severe blood loss and weakening them for the kill.

Used in crafting.

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Earth Shard Dropped by Enemy
The power of the Eikon Titan made manifest. This crystal is as heavy as marble and can be heard to emit a soft hum when held to the ear.


Used in crafting.

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Earthen Fury (Material) Dropped by Enemy
Semi-priming requires the channeling and corporeal manifestation of aether contained within a Dominant's body. In Hugo Kupka's case, this produces crystalline formations that act as reservoirs to be drawn upon to provide the energy needed to maintain the priming, as well as to cast magicks and effectively wield Eikonic abilities. However, such appendages may be forcibly separated from an injured semi-primed Dominant, preventing the reabsorption of the aether contained within.


Used in crafting.

Electrum Icon.png
Electrum Rewarded from Hunt
Valisthean prospectors have yet to locate a source of naturally occurring electrum, the only known samples coming from the remains of Fallen automata. This has led some to surmise that the metal is not, in fact, naturally occurring at all, and rather a creation of the lost people.


Used in crafting.

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Empty Shard Claimed with RenownRewarded from Hunt
A nondescript fragment of a crystal long spent. While the aetherial charge contained within is too faint to serve as a catalyst for any significant casting, when gathered together with other such specimens, a determined individual might coax a final spark from the pile. Most, however, are simply used in jewelry making as inexpensive alternatives for more precious gems.


Valuable. Can be traded for gil.

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Fallen Enigma Claimed with RenownRewarded from Hunt
In the several thousand years since the Fallen came crashing down, most of the objects that came crashing down with them have either been hoarded or destroyed. Those few that have not are occasionally found when erosion or excavation chances to unearth them-and while their purpose is unknown, they are highly sought after by scholars bent on unlocking their secrets.


Valuable. Can be traded for gil.

Fallen Iron Icon.png
Fallen Iron Dropped by EnemyRewarded from Hunt
Despite thousands of years having passed since it's forging, not a single blemish, scratch, nor patch of rust can be found upon this metal's surface. As to how that is possible, none can say, and the answer will likely remain lost forever.

Used in crafting.

Fire Shard Icon.png
Fire Shard Dropped by Enemy
The power of the Eikon Ifrit made manifest. This shard of crystal is hot to the touch and can be heard to emit a soft hum when held to the ear.

Used in crafting.

Flawless Battlehorn Icon.png
Flawless Battlehorn
As goblin communication seems limited to a painful cacophony of throaty grunts and raspy wheezing, the beastmen will oft employ carved horns such as this one to send messages over longer distances. Obtained by defeating Gobermouch.


Used in crafting.

Flawless Behemoth Shackle Icon.png
Flawless Behemoth Shackle
While it certainly hasn’t stopped kings and emperors throughout history from trying, every attempt to tame behemoths has invariably ended in tragic failure. Or rather, it had, until the Kingdom of Waloed discovered a means to influence the beast’s primitive mind in the form of an enchanted shackle that presumably works similarly to crystal fetters, but without impeding aetherial channeling.


Used in crafting.

Flawless Bomb Ember Icon.png
Flawless Bomb Ember
Figuratively, the smoldering soul of a bomb given life by unknown magicks. Literally, a very hot rock. Fortunately, there are myriad uses for such a thing.


Used in crafting.

Flawless Bone Necklace Icon.png
Flawless Bone Necklace Dropped by Enemy
Very little rhyme and even less reason went into the creation of this ghastly neck ornament, the bones strung along its crude twine most likely belonging to those unfortunate enough to meet its maker.

Used in crafting.

Flawless Clouded Eye Icon.png
Flawless Clouded Eye
To see the pattern on the surface of this spherical gem shift and twist, one would think a churning storm trapped within. Though it must surely be a trick of the light.

Used in crafting.

Flawless Coeurl Whisker Icon.png
Flawless Coeurl Whisker
Surprisingly, dissection of a coeurl's whisker shows it to be composed almost entirely of metal. While this would go some way to explain why some coeurls can channel lightning, it raises the question of how the metal got there in the first place...


Used in crafting.

Flawless Comet Feather Icon.png
Flawless Comet Feather
As truly red chocobos are rare, one might assume the same could be said of their feathers yet somehow they are found in nearly every market from market from Dalimi to Northreach… Contrary to what the merchants. hawking them would have you believe, however, the items on sale are more often than not the feathers of robins or even common hens.
Flawless Dark Shard Icon.png
Flawless Dark Shard
The power of the Eikon Odin made manifest. This shard of crystal is as black as a moonless night and can be heard to emit a soft hum when held to the ear.


Used in crafting.

Flawless Darksteel Icon.png
Flawless Darksteel
Extremely similar to iron, yet darker, harder, and heavier. Whatever fell magicks Ultima employed in its creation, the metal has thus far proven impossible to reproduce. Obtained by defeating Thanatos or the Prince of Death


Used in crafting.

Flawless Earth Shard Icon.png
Flawless Earth Shard
The power of the Eikon Titan made manifest. This crystal is as heavy as marble and can be heard to emit a soft hum when held to the ear.


Used in crafting.

Flawless Earthen Fury Icon.png
Flawless Earthen Fury
Semi-priming requires the channeling and corporeal manifestation of aether contained within a Dominant's body. In Hugo Kupka's case, this produces crystalline formations that act as reservoirs to be drawn upon to provide the energy needed to maintain the priming, as well as to cast magicks and effectively wield Eikonic abilities. However, such appendages may be forcibly separated from an injured semi-primed Dominant, preventing the reabsorption of the aether contained within.


Used in crafting.

Flawless Electrum Icon.png
Flawless Electrum
Valisthean prospectors have yet to locate a source of naturally occurring electrum, the only known samples coming from the remains of Fallen automata. This has led some to surmise that the metal is not, in fact, naturally occurring at all, and rather a creation of the lost people.


Used in crafting.

Flawless Fallen Iron Icon.png
Flawless Fallen Iron
Despite thousands of years having passed since it's forging, not a single blemish, scratch, nor patch of rust can be found upon this metal's surface. As to how that is possible, none can say, and the answer will likely remain lost forever.

Used in crafting.

Flawless Fire Shard Icon.png
Flawless Fire Shard
The power of the Eikon Ifrit made manifest. This shard of crystal is hot to the touch and can be heard to emit a soft hum when held to the ear.

Used in crafting.

Flawless Frozen Tear Icon.png
Flawless Frozen Tear
"And as she fought, she shed tears of ice, which shattered on the bloodstained earth below."

- A Dhalmekian soldier's account of the Battle of Nysa, Year of the Realm 873

Flawless Gnarled Scale Icon.png
Flawless Gnarled Scale
Covered in countless scars, these scales tell a tale of supremacy and survival-albeit one now ended.

Used in crafting

Flawless Grimalkin Hide Icon.png
Flawless Grimalkin Hide
Grimalkins have developed spots on their skins which render them nigh invisible as they prowl the arid savannahs of southern Storm. Said spots provide considerably less camouflage when prowling elsewhere, however.


Used in crafting.

Flawless Humours Icon.png
Flawless Humours
Northern legend tells of a terrible winged creature—Angra Mainyu—who, having lost one of its eyes to the blade of an intrepid adventurer, spent the rest of its days weeping as it wandered the countryside. So bitter were its tears that upon striking the earth, they would turn the very soil to stone—a side effect that would both irk farmers, while simultaneously tempt blacksmiths with the prospect of what such a substance might do to their iron.
Flawless Ice Shard Icon.png
Flawless Ice Shard
The power of the Eikon Shiva made manifest. This shard of crystal is cold to the touch and can be heard to emit a soft hum when held to the ear.


Used in crafting.

Flawless Imperial Link Icon.png
Flawless Imperial Link
Many have tendered explanations as to how imperial dragoons are able to leap to such absurd heights-from the power of prayer to a Istrict diet of hare, toad, and crickets-but none save the knights themselves know the truth. Whatever the secret, it is plain that heavy plate would only prove a hindrance, and so the empire equips its dragoons with armor forged from lighter-than-linen mythril. This link is part of a vest that would have been. worn beneath the breastplate.

Used in crafting.

Flawless Light Shard Icon.png
Flawless Light Shard
The power of the Eikon Bahamut made manifest. This crystal is as bright as the sun and can be heard to emit a soft hum when held to the ear.


Used in crafting.

Flawless Lightning Shard Icon.png
Flawless Lightning Shard
The power of the Eikon Ramuh made manifest. This shard of crystal tingles the palm and can be heard to emit a soft hum when held to the ear.

Used in crafting.

Flawless Liquid Flame Icon.png
Flawless Liquid Flame
A flame trapped mid-dance, both aetherial and corporeal, fleeting and enduring, but very much alive.


Used in crafting.

Flawless Loincloth Icon.png
Flawless Loincloth
Modesty is not a trait that comes to mind when one thinks of an orc, so it is a mystery why they bother to wear a lolncloth at all when the thin strips of cloth only afford nominal protection (and leave naught to the imagination). There are some scholars. however, who argue that they are vestiges from when the creatures were more civilized and serve as proof of a devolution of the species.


Used in crafting.

Flawless Mass Icon.png
Flawless Mass
The wild flan excretes a sickly-sweet, viscous ooze that is meant to lure would-be predators into devouring it...at which time the powerful toxins within its flesh will paralyze the victim, allowing the flan to envelop and slowly dissolve it over a period of seventeen nights...up to seven of which the victim spends alive.


Used in crafting.

Flawless Meteorite Icon.png
Flawless Meteorite
Just as drops of molten iron fall from a smith's oven to the floor to cool, so too do they fall from the celestial foundry where the gods forge their divine instruments of war...or so it is believed. We call these otherworldly outcastings "meteorites."
Flawless Minotaur Mane Icon.png
Flawless Minotaur Mane
A mane used in everything from helm crests to hairbrushes primarily by those people lucky enough never to have met with a minotaur. "And lo did Sir Crandall strike the mane from the beast and rob him of his strength." - From The Noble Knight

Used in crafting.

Flawless Morbol Flower Icon.png
Flawless Morbol Flower
It is said a morbol only blooms once every thirty summers, and when it does that the resulting flower emits such a noxious odor that flies, beetles, vultures, and other cravers of carrion are drawn from leagues around by the stench. The resultant convergence sees the flower pollinated, with the morbol devouring those late to the festivities.


Used in crafting.

Flawless Nodule Icon.png
Flawless Nodule
Common sense would suggest that any metal taken from the corpse of a centuries-old construct—metal that shudders and quakes like a slab of freshly cut swine's flesh - should be given a wide berth, if not a hefty heave into some nearby lagoon. That said, legendary weaponry is rarely the product of common sense.


Used in crafting.

Flawless Sanguine Insignia Icon.png
Flawless Sanguine Insignia
After taking up the mantle of Lord Commander of the Knights of the Royal Waloeder Army upon Cidolfus Telamon’s untimely resignation, Sleipnir Harbard served King Barnabas for the better part of a decade. Intriguingly, however, there are no records of a House Harbard ever existing in either Veldermarke or on the southern continent, begging the question: whence exactly did he hail?


Used in crafting.

Flawless Stone Tongue Icon.png
Flawless Stone Tongue
Even should one manage to survive the rows of diamond-hard, serrated teeth lining an archaeosaur’s jaw, it is likely one’s reprieve will be short-lived, as awaiting one just beyond is a granite tongue sure to finish the job.


Used in crafting.

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Flawless Tissue
A knot of feather-light muscle dislodged from Sigma's colossal frame with a well-placed strike to the sentinel's outer knee.


Used in crafting.

Flawless Whitewyrm Bone Icon.png
Flawless Whitewyrm Bone
Being fiercely territorial in nature, it is rare for dragons to attain any considerable size in the wild as constant infighting ensures that most die young. Those bred and trained in isolation by the empire, however, do not face this problem, allowing them to grow to unthinkable proportions.


Used in crafting.

Flawless Wind Shard Icon.png
Flawless Wind Shard
The power of the Eikon Garuda made manifest. This shard of crystal is light as a feather and can be heard to emit a soft hum when held to the ear.

Used in crafting.

Frozen Tear Icon.png
Frozen Tear Dropped by Enemy
"And as she fought, she shed tears of ice, which shattered on the bloodstained earth below."

- A Dhalmekian soldier's account of the Battle of Nysa, Year of the Realm 873

Gelatinous Mass Icon.png
Gelatinous Mass Rewarded from Hunt
The wild flan excretes a sickly-sweet, viscous ooze that is meant to lure would-be predators into devouring it...at which time the powerful toxins within its flesh will paralyze the victim, allowing the flan to envelop and slowly dissolve it over a period of seventeen nights...up to seven of which the victim spends alive.


Used in crafting.

Gil Bug Icon.png
Gil Bug Dropped by EnemyRewarded from Quest
Contrary to popular belief, this small insect does not get its name from its appearance, but rather from the fact that it is highly sought after by physickers for use in brewing medicines. In summer, when the beetles are most numerous, children across the realm will spend nigh every waking hour collecting specimens in readiness to exchange them for a handful of coppers. As children have tiny hands, however, this amounts to fewer than one might expect.


Valuable. Can be traded for gil.

Gnarled Scale Icon.png
Gnarled Scale Dropped by Enemy
Covered in countless scars, these scales tell a tale of supremacy and survival-albeit one now ended.

Used in crafting

Goblin Coin Icon.png
Goblin Coin Dropped by EnemyRewarded from Quest
Economists are wont to argue that currency-based commerce is a cornerstone of civilization. If true, this coin would suggest that goblins are far more civilized than humankind gives them credit for...or perhaps that humankind is rather less civilized than we presume.


Valuable. Can be traded for gil.

Grimalkin Hide Icon.png
Grimalkin Hide Rewarded from Hunt
Grimalkins have developed spots on their skins which render them nigh invisible as they prowl the arid savannahs of southern Storm. Said spots provide considerably less camouflage when prowling elsewhere, however.


Used in crafting.

Ice Shard Icon.png
Ice Shard Rewarded from Quest
The power of the Eikon Shiva made manifest. This shard of crystal is cold to the touch and can be heard to emit a soft hum when held to the ear.


Used in crafting.

Imperial Link Icon.png
Imperial Link Dropped by Enemy
Many have tendered explanations as to how imperial dragoons are able to leap to such absurd heights-from the power of prayer to a Istrict diet of hare, toad, and crickets-but none save the knights themselves know the truth. Whatever the secret, it is plain that heavy plate would only prove a hindrance, and so the empire equips its dragoons with armor forged from lighter-than-linen mythril. This link is part of a vest that would have been. worn beneath the breastplate.

Used in crafting.

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Iron Filing
Light Shard Icon.png
Light Shard Dropped by Enemy
The power of the Eikon Bahamut made manifest. This crystal is as bright as the sun and can be heard to emit a soft hum when held to the ear.


Used in crafting.

Lightning Shard Icon.png
Lightning Shard Dropped by Enemy
The power of the Eikon Ramuh made manifest. This shard of crystal tingles the palm and can be heard to emit a soft hum when held to the ear.

Used in crafting.

Liquid Flame (Material) Icon.png
Liquid Flame (Material) Dropped by Enemy
A flame trapped mid-dance, both aetherial and corporeal, fleeting and enduring, but very much alive.


Used in crafting.

Living Tissue Icon.png
Living Tissue Dropped by Enemy
A knot of feather-light muscle dislodged from Sigma's colossal frame with a well-placed strike to the sentinel's outer knee.


Used in crafting.

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Magicked Ash Sold in ShopDropped by EnemyClaimed with RenownRewarded from QuestRewarded from Hunt
All creation is possible because of aether. It is what gives the formless form, and the lifeless life. When an object is consigned to the flames, whether due to age, accident, or ill intent, the aether contained within is released and returned to the land. There are, however, rare instances in which an elemental charge remains trapped inside the resulting detritus, and skilled weaponsmiths can harness this energy for use in their work.
Meteorite Icon.png
Meteorite Sold in ShopDropped by EnemyClaimed with RenownRewarded from QuestRewarded from Hunt
Just as drops of molten iron fall from a smith's oven to the floor to cool, so too do they fall from the celestial foundry where the gods forge their divine instruments of war...or so it is believed. We call these otherworldly outcastings "meteorites."
Minotaur Mane Icon.png
Minotaur Mane Dropped by EnemyRewarded from Hunt
A mane used in everything from helm crests to hairbrushes primarily by those people lucky enough never to have met with a minotaur. "And lo did Sir Crandall strike the mane from the beast and rob him of his strength." - From The Noble Knight

Used in crafting.

Morbol Flower Icon.png
Morbol Flower Rewarded from Hunt
It is said a morbol only blooms once every thirty summers, and when it does that the resulting flower emits such a noxious odor that flies, beetles, vultures, and other cravers of carrion are drawn from leagues around by the stench. The resultant convergence sees the flower pollinated, with the morbol devouring those late to the festivities.


Used in crafting.

Omega Nodule Icon.png
Omega Nodule Dropped by Enemy
Common sense would suggest that any metal taken from the corpse of a centuries-old construct—metal that shudders and quakes like a slab of freshly cut swine's flesh - should be given a wide berth, if not a hefty heave into some nearby lagoon. That said, legendary weaponry is rarely the product of common sense.


Used in crafting.

Orichalcum Icon.png
Orichalcum Rewarded from QuestRewarded from Hunt
There was a time when orichalcum was so abundant that it was used in everything from armor and weapons to coins and cutlery. However, when the Twins' only orichalcum mine was finally exhausted, the trading price for the noble metal increased tenfold, causing people to hoard what they had, and ultimately making it rarer than even adamantite.


Used in crafting.

Primitive Battlehorn Icon.png
Primitive Battlehorn Rewarded from Hunt
As goblin communication seems limited to a painful cacophony of throaty grunts and raspy wheezing, the beastmen will oft employ carved horns such as this one to send messages over longer distances. Obtained by defeating Gobermouch.


Used in crafting.

Sanguine Insignia Icon.png
Sanguine Insignia Dropped by Enemy
After taking up the mantle of Lord Commander of the Knights of the Royal Waloeder Army upon Cidolfus Telamon’s untimely resignation, Sleipnir Harbard served King Barnabas for the better part of a decade. Intriguingly, however, there are no records of a House Harbard ever existing in either Veldermarke or on the southern continent, begging the question: whence exactly did he hail?


Used in crafting.

Scarletite Icon.png
Scarletite Rewarded from QuestRewarded from Hunt
One of the hardest metals known to man, scarletite is highly sought after by those with the means to pay its exorbitant asking price—a price determined not by its rarity, but rather due to the fact that a forge must employ no fewer than five healthy Bearers to produce flames hot enough to melt the ore—at which time it takes upon the deep scarlet hue from which it takes its name.


Used in crafting.

Sharp Fang Icon.png
Sharp Fang Sold in ShopDropped by EnemyClaimed with RenownRewarded from QuestRewarded from Hunt
If there is one thing for which the fauna of Valisthea do not want, it is more dagger-sharp fangs to line their slavering maws. And so, those Valistheans fortunate enough not to succumb to said fangs have conceived ingenious ways of fashioning them into myriad articles of vertu, ranging from cutlery to bijouterie.
Stained Loincloth Icon.png
Stained Loincloth Rewarded from Hunt
Modesty is not a trait that comes to mind when one thinks of an orc, so it is a mystery why they bother to wear a lolncloth at all when the thin strips of cloth only afford nominal protection (and leave naught to the imagination). There are some scholars. however, who argue that they are vestiges from when the creatures were more civilized and serve as proof of a devolution of the species.


Used in crafting.

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Steelsilk Sold in ShopDropped by EnemyClaimed with RenownRewarded from Quest
A rare case in which hyperbole has played no role in the item's nomenclature, steelsilk is every bit as strong as steel, yet soft as silk, making it a popular choice for tailors tasked with crafting durable armor that does not hinder movement.
Stone Tongue Icon.png
Stone Tongue Rewarded from Hunt
Even should one manage to survive the rows of diamond-hard, serrated teeth lining an archaeosaur’s jaw, it is likely one’s reprieve will be short-lived, as awaiting one just beyond is a granite tongue sure to finish the job.


Used in crafting.

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Utterance of Creation
“So spake the Lord, and the hills, they did rise. The rivers, they did run.” – Circle of Malius Scripture


Used in crafting.

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Valley Madder Sold in ShopDropped by EnemyClaimed with RenownRewarded from Quest
An inconspicuous shrub commonly found growing near Mothercrystals, its roots are harvested to create a deep red dye. But unlike most pigments, madder root extract does more than merely stain cloth-it imbues it with a faint elemental charge that can aetherially enhance both Bearer and crystal- based magicks.
Whitewyrm Bone Icon.png
Whitewyrm Bone Dropped by Enemy
Being fiercely territorial in nature, it is rare for dragons to attain any considerable size in the wild as constant infighting ensures that most die young. Those bred and trained in isolation by the empire, however, do not face this problem, allowing them to grow to unthinkable proportions.


Used in crafting.

Wind Shard Icon.png
Wind Shard Dropped by Enemy
The power of the Eikon Garuda made manifest. This shard of crystal is light as a feather and can be heard to emit a soft hum when held to the ear.

Used in crafting.

Wyrrite Icon.png
Wyrrite Sold in ShopDropped by EnemyRewarded from QuestRewarded from Hunt
To most, this nondescript lump of rough-hewn stone is but a nuisance upon which to stub one's toe. To the blacksmith, however, it is much, much more, for the metal contained within may be fashioned into inexpensive, yet durable gear favored by warriors across the realm.

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