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centaurstesticle
centaurstesticle
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Date of Entry. 09-04-2012    


Date of Birth. 01-01-1982 (35 years old)  


Local Time. 09-23-2017 at 12:08 PM

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Date of Entry. 09-04-2012
Date of Birth. 01-01-1982 (35 years old)
Local Time. 09-23-2017 at 12:08 PM
Gender. Undisclosed
Location. Boston


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centaurstesticle's Grist Cache
Coral
Beautiful structures and patterns secreted by countless polyps over millennia. It is said that holding it up to your ear the whispering of the outer gods can be heard.
Build grist
Required for constructive collaboration. Use it well?
Caulk
A lime rich solution, used as a filler for waterproofing. A lifesaver and treasured commodity not only on rainy days.
Chalk
Revered by consorts and carapacians alike for its properties of magical inscription and use in creating highly informative murals. It is also said to be positively delicious.
Steel
Sturdy and reliable, nothing beats steel for the most serious of constructive materials. Distantly a hat is tipped in fatherly approval.
Amber
Drops of fossilised resin bearing record of travails of eras long gone by, treasured for their beauty.
Heme
Deep red iron-rich pigment, said to embody the lifeblood spent fighting for a greater cause.
Mercury
Droplets of liquid metal almost as heavy as they are toxic. A stern reminder that though literally mercurial, this is serious business.
Cruxite (indigo)
An unspent dowel of cruxite, able to be carved into anything in conjuction with a totem lathe. The potential is limitless.
Cobalt
An infamously attr8ctive shade of blue, cobalt is the name of the game for aaaaaaaall the stylish gear and kit; enterprising buccaneer or otherwise.
Rust
Weathered by use and exposure this block of rust, while not immediately valuable, still is testament to a prolific history and sought commodity in alchemy.
Marble
A classy mainstay in sculpture and refined construction. Superficially permeable to light, few materials can claim to catch the same shimmer, or look as lively and elegant as marble.