Campaign of the Month: January 2015
Skies of Glass
Nelvine is the common name of albite, a variety of white feldspar. It tends to be soft and fragile, yet easily cut with crude tools. It is found in large amounts in older rocks. Nelvine is occasionally called pigeon stone due to its white, cream, fawn, or brownish-pink coloration. This ornamental stone exhibits a beautiful blue sheen of iridescence, known as peristerism, in the proper light. Nelvine can be used as an augmenting component in illusion magics that disguise or change the appearance of an object or being without altering the subject’s true nature. Nelvine can also be used to create invisible spell inks.