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Alphabets: Lemurian, Infernal, Norse runes, Unknown

Translations:

Infernal, underlined word written in Norse runes
<continued from page 148> expeditions in the early twentieth century, though recent advances in sleeper interplanetary surveillance systems has made copying said excursions unfeasible (prob infeasible). To most.
tab The metal itself resembles cavorite, but glows much more ibnrtiegnhstellyy, and is notably colder than the environment. The most powerful aspect of it is that it has negative gravity (called apergy), instead of being attracted to large bodies of matter it is repulsed by them. Between small amounts of matter, like humans, this repulsive force is negligible, yet in relation to Earth it is formidable, just like with mundane gravity. Apergium has approximately the same density and weight as lead, though the direction of the weight is opwards (prob. upwards) of course away from the gravitational field of Earth. Each point of potency generates about one pound, or anti-pound, of alloy, bot (prob. but) it retains its frael (prob. frail) nature no matter what.
tab Ironically, to use apergium effectively requires cavorite, which explains the presence of both metals at the site. Since cavorite shields against all gravity-effects, it is the only way to "turn off" the anti-gravity the apergium produces. By containing it within cavorite shields and sluices, the gravitational lift can be turned on and off at will. the onlv (prob. only) other way to keep it from shootinng (prob. shooting) off into space is to weigh it down with other substances, and so is (prob. it) is among the very rarest of magical alloys to be found in ruins, since most of it has a tendency to disappear into the blue long before any explorers can find it.

Lemurian, capitalized & underlined word written in Unknown swirly alphabet
Calamita: Can only be forged by a smith who is a master of matter and a disciple of fate. As many metallurgists have posited in the past the two classical elements which corresponds the strongest with the path of ACANTHUS are tin and silver. Indeed, the watchtower itself is supposedly composed of lunargent, the spiritually perfected version of silver, which leads (prob. lends) credence to the theory. But another, much more tangible proof, is the magical alloy calamita, which is made by combining lunargent and zinnteros with the right rote.
tab Now, the most basic and easily verified function of this alloy is that any attempts to imbue spells into calamita which fabricate, attract, enhance or alter fate gets a boost approximately three times as strong as the one measured when imbuing perfected metals. Conversely, effects which try to hide, cloak or destroy <continues on page 153>


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