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Iskaral Pust
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I remember one guy saying he used semi precious gems, like the ones you can buy in a museum gift shop as natural mana.
I thought this a good idea, so I went along to the local museum but, the stones were 90p each { about $1.50 }.

A trip to the beach with the tide out gave me a great solution.

The white ones are mainly quartz pebbles with a few flint nuggets in there.
The gold/orange ones are quartz too.
The green ones are little bits of bottled glass but they're very smooth.
I have no idea what the red & blue/grey ones are.
I could only find the two black ones so I'll have to go back at the weekend for another round of Mage Knight crystal hunting.
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That's very cool. You might have better luck finding the black crystals at night?
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Thunkd wrote:
That's very cool. You might have better luck finding the black crystals at night?


Tokens. There are no gold and black crystals.
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Trevin wrote:
Thunkd wrote:
That's very cool. You might have better luck finding the black crystals at night?


Tokens. There are no gold and black crystals.
You're not going to find tokens on a beach!
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Iskaral Pust
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LOL Black crystals at night.
 
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which beach? they are amazing.
 
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Iskaral Pust wrote:
I remember one guy saying he used semi precious gems, like the ones you can buy in a museum gift shop as natural mana...


Thats me, I was that guy! Mine are actually from a Zoo (Howlett's Animal Park), they do little baggies with lots of stones in them for like £2.50

But wow, those are from a beach?? thats amazing! Im gonna have to pay more attention next time Im at the seaside, never realised there were such nice stones just lying around
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But wow, those are from a beach?? thats amazing! Im gonna have to pay more attention next time Im at the seaside, never realised there were such nice stones just lying around
It turns out that there's all sort of stones just lying around all over the place outside. Who knew?
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Paul, Whitley Bay, North Tyneside.
 
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Whitley Bay. Gosh, that brings back memories. There on a work trip about 25 years ago....
 
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Thunkd wrote:
heroes182 wrote:
But wow, those are from a beach?? thats amazing! Im gonna have to pay more attention next time Im at the seaside, never realised there were such nice stones just lying around
It turns out that there's all sort of stones just lying around all over the place outside. Who knew?


Outside good?

No: Outside bad!
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