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Moonstones are often considered to be symbols of Zelia. They respond well to spiritual magic.

List of Moonstones

Note: The rarities listed are estimates and depend on the status of the treasure system in the area hunted. Average values listed are approximations and are generally taken from the sell values of a character selling gems with no trading bonus. See the Trading article for more information on variations of sell values.
Rarity:
Average value: 1000
Location: Teras Isle

a blue moonstone

Description:   Nearly transparent, a blue moonstone is a rounded, slightly irregularly shaped piece of feldspar. Its name springs from the deep reflection that seems to bathe the gem in a soft halo when the light strikes it, similar to the appearance of the moon on a slightly overcast night. This specimen is a light sky blue.


Rarity:
Average value: 150 - 300
Location: Teras Isle

a grey moonstone

Description:   Nearly transparent, a grey moonstone is a rounded, slightly irregularly shaped piece of feldspar. Its name springs from the deep reflection that seems to bathe the gem in a soft halo when the light strikes it, similar to the appearance of the moon on a slightly overcast night. This specimen a muted steel grey.


Rarity:
Average value: 1000
Location: Teras Isle

a cats-eye moonstone

Description:   Nearly transparent, a cats-eye moonstone is a rounded, slightly irregularly shaped piece of feldspar. Its name springs from the deep reflection that seems to bathe the gem in a soft halo when the light strikes it, similar to the appearance of the moon on a slightly overcast night. This specimen is a light grass green. Interestingly, its reflective properties seem to skew the light in polar directions, causing a slitted pupil of deeper green to form within the gem.


Rarity:
Average value: 200 - 400
Location: Teras Isle

a black moonstone

Description:   Nearly transparent, a black moonstone is a rounded, slightly irregularly shaped piece of feldspar. Its name springs from the deep reflection that seems to bathe the gem in a soft halo when the light strikes it, similar to the appearance of the moon on a slightly overcast night. This specimen is approaching coal black, yet it is still transparent enough to glow in the light.


Rarity:
Average value: 2000
Location: Teras Isle

a golden moonstone

Description:   Nearly transparent, a golden moonstone is a rounded, slightly irregularly shaped piece of feldspar. Its name springs from the deep reflection that seems to bathe the gem in a soft halo when the light strikes it, similar to the appearance of the moon on a slightly overcast night. This specimen is a striking deep gold, with small twinkling specks floating deep within.


Rarity: Extremely Rare
Average value: 4500
Location: Teras Isle

an opaline moonstone

Description:   Nearly transparent, an opaline moonstone is a rounded, slightly irregularly shaped piece of feldspar. Its name springs from the deep reflection that seems to bathe the gem in a soft halo when the light strikes it, similar to the appearance of the moon on a slightly overcast night. This specimen displays rainbow colors that swirl and meld within the gem as if the gem's interior is liquid color in constant motion.


Rarity:
Average value: 900-1300
Location: Elven Nations

a pale blue moonstone

Description:   When light touches the translucent stone, its pallid, pitted surface glows with a ghostly blue sheen. Thin white rays shimmer over and through the ethereal blue.


Rarity:
Average value: 900-1100
Location: Elven Nations

a pale green moonstone

Description:   Light caressing the surface of the moonstone creates a slim, shimmering silver band upon the misty green surface. Tiny inclusions visible in the more translucent sections of the stone mar the gem's quality, but it still retains a certain aesthetic appeal.


Rarity:
Average value: 1700 - 1800
Location: Elven Nations

a silvery moonstone

Description:   Soft shades of silver chase one another across the moonstone's pallid surface as light strikes the gem at differing angles. Most of the pale, round stone's surfaces are pitted and damaged, but one smooth side reveals the exquisite beauty that the gem will have after proper treatment and care.

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