Discoverer: Adam Edenwarden
Atomic mass: Accepted as 53.6 kg, isotopes vary from
40 - 200 kg
Occurrence: Copious quantities in all urban areas
1. Surface usually covered with thin film of make-up.
2. Boils at room temperature.
3. Freezes without any known reason.
4. Melts if given special treatment.
5. Bitter if incorrectly used.
1. Have great affinity for gold, silver and a range of
stones and absorbs great quantities of expensive
2. May explode spontaneously without prior warning and
for no known
3. Most powerful money reducing agent known to man.
1. Highly ornamental, especially in social gatherings.
2. Can be a great aid to relaxation.
1. Pure specimen turns rosy pink when happy.
2. Turns pale green when placed beside a better
1. Highly dangerous except in experienced hands.
2. Illegal to posses more than one, although several
maintained at different locations as long as specimens
do not come
into direct contact with each other
PROLONGED EXPOSURE TO THIS ELEMENT CAN CAUSE SEVERE
HEMORRHAGING AND MENTAL DISTRESS.
BE CAUTIOUS !