Piece of cassia lumber
Processed cassia lumber.
Stackable: 12

Other Uses

Resale Price: 1,000~1,025 gil

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Obtained from Desynthesis

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How to Obtain

Auction House Category: Materials > Woodworking ( )



Name Level Cap Zone
Bionic Bug Level 75, 30 minutes, 6 members Mine Shaft 2716
Brothers Level 75, 30 minutes, 6 members Bearclaw Pinnacle
Holy Cow Level 75, 30 minutes, 6 members Bearclaw Pinnacle
Shell We Dance? Level 75, 30 minutes, 12 members Boneyard Gully
Totentanz Level 75, 30 minutes, 18 members Boneyard Gully

Historical Background

Cassia (Cinnamomum aromaticum) is a small tree native to southern China & Southeast Asia. The bark of the cassie tree, like that of the cinnamon tree, is used as a spice. Cassia's flavor is weaker than that of cinnamon and as a result, cassia is cheaper than cinnamon and often called "bastard cinnamon". Cassia bark can be distinguished from cinnamon bark by its color (cassia is light to medium reddish-brown), texture (cassia is harder and more woody, cinnamon is light, fine, and crumbly). Most of the cinnamon marketed in North America is actually cassia.

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