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The last of [[Wyr'palja]]'s tomes on mortal alchemy, the gilded pages of this book are bound between gold covers. The gold circle described by herein represents the perfection of mortal alchemy, symbolized by the most perfect of mundane metals. Coded pages appear about twice as often in ''Gold''.
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The last of [[creator::Wyr'palja]]'s tomes on mortal alchemy, the gilded pages of this book are bound between gold covers. The gold circle described by herein represents the perfection of mortal alchemy, symbolized by the most perfect of mundane metals. Coded pages appear about twice as often in ''Gold''.
  
 
Those who follow this book's instructions and make all of its formulae can learn the [[Forgotten Suns: Science|thaumaturgical science]] of Alchemy {{Dots|3}} without a trainer. This book contain a number of so-called "Heavenly Transmutation Processes" for transmuting mundane materials into more noble, yet still mundane, materials:
 
Those who follow this book's instructions and make all of its formulae can learn the [[Forgotten Suns: Science|thaumaturgical science]] of Alchemy {{Dots|3}} without a trainer. This book contain a number of so-called "Heavenly Transmutation Processes" for transmuting mundane materials into more noble, yet still mundane, materials:
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* Wood into ivory
 
* Wood into ivory
  
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Latest revision as of 17:33, 17 December 2007

The last of Wyr’palja‘s tomes on mortal alchemy, the gilded pages of this book are bound between gold covers. The gold circle described by herein represents the perfection of mortal alchemy, symbolized by the most perfect of mundane metals. Coded pages appear about twice as often in Gold.

Those who follow this book’s instructions and make all of its formulae can learn the thaumaturgical science of Alchemy ●●● without a trainer. This book contain a number of so-called “Heavenly Transmutation Processes” for transmuting mundane materials into more noble, yet still mundane, materials:

  • Glass into a transparent material that resists hammer blows.
  • Lead into gold
  • Raw iron into flawless steel
  • Wood into ivory