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Blueshine

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In-game description[edit]

  • "Blueshine: This armor glistens with a blue-black sheen as if it were covered with an oily liquid sapphire. A suit of armor imbued with this property never tarnishes and is immune to acid damage and rusting effects. While wearing blueshine armor you gain a +3 competence bonus on Hide checks."
  • "Blueshine: Flecks of marble and pearl shimmer across this weapon, set within images of bursting stars and beaming suns. A Blueshine object will never take damage from acid or rust."

Notes[edit]

Blueshine is a material with which some armor and weapons are made out of. The special properties of Blueshine are that it will never take damage from acid or rust, making it particularly useful when fighting things like Oozes or Rust Monsters as these creature can degrade your equipment rapidly.

  • Blueshine Armors and Everbright Weapons/Shields can be crafted in a Cannith Crafting station.
  • Blueshine found on randomly-generated loot is a material property and will persist through "item disjunction," similar to mithral or adamantine. Blueshine added through Cannith Crafting needs to be tested.
  • Items made of Crystal, Glass or Blueshine are immune to rust and acid damage.

Weapons/Shields/Armors made of Glass, Crystal, or Blueshine are:[edit]

Glass 

Crystal 

  • All alchemical weapons and shields can be upgraded with the Crystal metal type effect.

Blueshine