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Amber is the fossilized and solidified tree sap. It often contains things within it, such as leaves, bark, or insects.
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'''Amber''' is fossilized and solidified tree sap. It often contains things within it, such as leaves, bark, or insects.
  
 
== List of Amber ==
 
== List of Amber ==
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{{gem disclaimer}}
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{{gem
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|name = a droplet of honey amber
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|rarity =
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|value =
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|location = [[Sanctum of Scales]]
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|description = The teardrop jewel is the precise hue of rich, fresh honey, an even reddish-golden throughout.  A tiny sand flea is preserved within.}}
  
 
{{gem
 
{{gem
|name = a piece of amber
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|name = a piece of golden amber
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|rarity =
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|value = 100
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|location = any
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|description = Roughly oval in shape, a piece of amber is broad and flat, providing an excellent view of its transparent interior portion.  Trapped within the golden yellow fossilized pine tree sap are several small flying insects and a dried flower.}}
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{{gem
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|name = some polished dark blue amber
 
|rarity =  
 
|rarity =  
 
|value =  
 
|value =  
|location =
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|location = [[Isle of the Four Winds]]
|description = Roughly oval in shape, a piece of amber is broad and flat, providing an excellent view of its transparent interior portionTrapped within the golden yellow fossilized pine tree sap are several small flying insects and a dried flower.}}
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|description = Encased in seemingly clear varnish, the blue amber forms a roughly spherical shape. Chaotic swirls beneath the surface resemble a rolling mass of thunder clouds that transition from a water blue at the edges to nearly black at the center.}}
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{{gem
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|name = a teardrop of green amber
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|rarity =
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|value =
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|location = [[Isle of the Four Winds]]
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|description = Incursions of sea blue and green collide within the amber teardrop to create a vivid swirl of dazzling brillianceEach hue vies for dominance just beneath the polished surface, while yellowish light at its heart illuminates the struggle.}}
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==See Also==
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*[[Gems]]
  
 
[[Category:Gems]]
 
[[Category:Gems]]

Latest revision as of 17:59, 11 September 2016

Amber is fossilized and solidified tree sap. It often contains things within it, such as leaves, bark, or insects.

List of Amber

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:
Location: Sanctum of Scales

a droplet of honey amber

Description:   The teardrop jewel is the precise hue of rich, fresh honey, an even reddish-golden throughout. A tiny sand flea is preserved within.


Rarity:
Average value: 100
Location: any

a piece of golden amber

Description:   Roughly oval in shape, a piece of amber is broad and flat, providing an excellent view of its transparent interior portion. Trapped within the golden yellow fossilized pine tree sap are several small flying insects and a dried flower.


Rarity:
Average value:
Location: Isle of the Four Winds

some polished dark blue amber

Description:   Encased in seemingly clear varnish, the blue amber forms a roughly spherical shape. Chaotic swirls beneath the surface resemble a rolling mass of thunder clouds that transition from a water blue at the edges to nearly black at the center.


Rarity:
Average value:
Location: Isle of the Four Winds

a teardrop of green amber

Description:   Incursions of sea blue and green collide within the amber teardrop to create a vivid swirl of dazzling brilliance. Each hue vies for dominance just beneath the polished surface, while yellowish light at its heart illuminates the struggle.


See Also