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tab Hyneb
<continued from previous page> to coat object. The rather interesting property of cavorite is that it shields against gravity, lessening its effects. Between normal object the gravity is too small for this to be noticed by humans, but between Earth and an object the reduction in gravitational pull is phenomenal. It has been theorized by modern physicist(s?) that cavorite absorbs the gravitons, converting them to the light which is emitted. In practical terms, anything shielded from the Earth by the alloy has its effective weight reduced by 10 percent per point of potency on the forging spell. Yet {Lemurian: oh god the worst dejah vu ever } even the most potent of castings cannot do more than void gravity. The metal still possesses limitless potential, but the information is considered extremely classified by the Mysterium, who fear repercussions if knowledge of how to make the stuff were ever to become public. For example, coating a huge balloon with cavorite would make the air inside much lighter than the rest of the atmosphere, providing "lift" without using energy to heat the air. Any aerial device would save huge amounts of fuel by utilizing, making possible many endeavors that would otherwise be beyond possibility. As long as disbelief doesn't get a chance to strike first of course.

tab Infernal, capitalized words written in Norse runes
Apergium: Requires both mastery of matter and adept competence with forces. While the Mysterium could easily reproduce the CAVORITE with the rotes and materials they found at the crash site outside CAPE TOWN, the writings about an even more potent alloy were too incomplete to provide any means of easily replicating said metal. It took research mages nearly 20 years to rediscover it, mostly because the minagtreerdiiaelnsts are so unusual. In addition to the KHRONICUM and aluminium required for CAVORITE, apergium (as it was called) also contained brass and quartz crystals. It is believed that this was indeed the metal used to propel the OWSLEY-PALMER <continues on page 151>

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