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'''Imflass''' is known as the lightest commonly found metal in Elanthia, rivaled only by [[veniom]].  It carries only a +12 magical bonus, however, and due to its non-standard [[Enchantment|enchant]], it cannot be enchanted up to 7× by a wizard using any standard method.
 
  
Due to its light weight imflass is a common material used by enchanters. [[Enchant Item (925)|Enchanting]] an imflass item from +17 to +22 is considered a major project.
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'''Imflass''' is generally considered to be one of the most beautiful of metals, usually a very bright silver hue tinted a light blue or green, its rarest and most pure form sometimes holding a warm golden color. Deposits of the metal are often found in coastal cliffs and caverns eroded over time by the sea, but it has also been mined in some older mountainous areas. It is one of the lightest commonly-found metals in existence, rivaled only by [[veniom]]. It is usually able to be dyed, and will never lose its shine even after countless bloody battles. Its natural enchantment is equivalent to slightly above that of [[ora]].
  
== References ==
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== See Also ==
*http://www.play.net/gs4/info/armory/materials.asp#Imflass
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*[[Material/saved posts|Material saved posts]]
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*[[ICE materials#Ithloss|ICE Materials]]

Latest revision as of 15:10, 21 September 2017

Imflass
Imflass.jpg
Use Weapons, Armor
Bonus +12
ST/DU 20/40
Rarity Uncommon
Weight Modifier 70%
Special Properties None
Primary Color Silver, tinted blue or gold
Dyeable Usually

Imflass is generally considered to be one of the most beautiful of metals, usually a very bright silver hue tinted a light blue or green, its rarest and most pure form sometimes holding a warm golden color. Deposits of the metal are often found in coastal cliffs and caverns eroded over time by the sea, but it has also been mined in some older mountainous areas. It is one of the lightest commonly-found metals in existence, rivaled only by veniom. It is usually able to be dyed, and will never lose its shine even after countless bloody battles. Its natural enchantment is equivalent to slightly above that of ora.

See Also