Aalbintite (3.5e Equipment)
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Aalbintite is a rare metallic stone that can be mined in the depths of the sea. This alone makes it very difficult to find on the surface world. It has a pink luster to it and is extremely smooth. It carries antimagic qualities and is sometimes used for weapons or statues.
Aalbintite can be made into any object that is usually metal or stone. The antimagic field created by objects made of Aalbintite varies based on the size of the object in increments of 5 feet; small objects: 5 feet aura, medium, 10 feet, large: 15 feet , huge: 20 feet . Masterwork Aalbintite objects gain an additional 5 feet to their antimagic aura range. Objects made of Aalbintite are 1/4 lighter, often not significant enough to make armor less encumbering, but enough to reduces the armor check penalty by 1. Only masterwork Aalbintite objects can be enchanted but due to the nigh impossible, contradictory nature of enchanting something inherently antimagic, aside from the usual "plus" qualities, an Aalbintite object can only hold one enchantment such as keen or shock.
Aarbintite has 15 hit points per inch of thickness and hardness 10.
modification proposition: 10,000 gp / lbs