Aalbintite (3.5e Equipment)
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Aalbintite is a rare metallic stone that is found along the sea floors throughout the world, making it a particular challenge to mine. Most individuals will have never heard of this type of ore due to the difficulties in extracting it. The ore itself has a pink hue. One of the primary uses for Aalbinite is for magic suppression as it possesses natural antimagic qualities.
Aalbintite functions as if encompassed by an antimagic field; Any object that is made mostly or entirely from Aalbintite will generate a field of 5ft per size category. The metal itself is lighter than normal steel but not as light as mithral; Weight is reduced by one-quarter (1/4) and armor check penalties are lessened by 1. Due to its antimagic nature Aalbintite can not be enchanted, however it is pursued for a variety of tasks such as manacals or other options to imprision spell casters.
Aalbintite has 15 hit points per inch of thickness and hardness 10.
|Aalbintite Metal||Item Cost Modifier|
|Light armor||+15,000 gp|
|Medium armor||+35,000 gp|
|Heavy armor||+50,000 gp|
|Other items||+5,000 gp/lb.|
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