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==Statistics==
 
==Statistics==
'''Iolite'''<br>
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{{Item Statistics
''A blue jewel.''
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| icon id = 1740
'''Stackable:''' ''Not Stackable''
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==Other Uses==
 
==Other Uses==
 
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==Synthesis Recipes==
 
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==Desynthesis Recipes==
 
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==Obtained from Desynthesis==
 
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==How to Obtain==
 
==How to Obtain==
 
{{AH|Materials|Goldsmithing}}
 
{{AH|Materials|Goldsmithing}}
===Dropped From===
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===Dropped By===
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|align="center" BGCOLOR="#ffdead" width="35%"|'''Name'''
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! Name
|align="center" BGCOLOR="#ffdead" width="15%"|'''Level'''
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! Level
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|BGCOLOR="#e3e6ff" valign="top"|&nbsp;[[Corse]]
 
|align="center" BGCOLOR="#e3e6ff"|66-67
 
|align="left" BGCOLOR="#e3e6ff"|&nbsp;[[Attohwa Chasm]]
 
 
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|BGCOLOR="#e3e6ff" valign="top"|&nbsp;[[Arch Corse]]
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| valign="top"|&nbsp;[[Corse]]
|align="center" BGCOLOR="#e3e6ff"|75-81
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|align="center"|66-67
|align="left" BGCOLOR="#e3e6ff"|&nbsp;[[Attohwa Chasm]]
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|align="left"|&nbsp;[[Attohwa Chasm]]
 
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| valign="top"|&nbsp;[[Arch Corse]]
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|align="center"|75-81
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|align="left"|&nbsp;[[Attohwa Chasm]]
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|- class="bg-nm"
 
|'''[[Arimaspi]] ([[NM]])'''
 
|'''[[Arimaspi]] ([[NM]])'''
 
|align="center"| {{Question}}
 
|align="center"| {{Question}}
 
| [[Abyssea - Konschtat]]
 
| [[Abyssea - Konschtat]]
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|- class="bg-nm"
 
|'''[[Bakka]] ([[NM]])'''
 
|'''[[Bakka]] ([[NM]])'''
 
|align="center"| {{Question}}
 
|align="center"| {{Question}}
 
| [[Abyssea - Konschtat]]
 
| [[Abyssea - Konschtat]]
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|- class="bg-nm"
 
|'''[[Bloodguzzler]] ([[NM]])'''
 
|'''[[Bloodguzzler]] ([[NM]])'''
 
|align="center"| {{Question}}
 
|align="center"| {{Question}}
 
| [[Abyssea - Konschtat]]
 
| [[Abyssea - Konschtat]]
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|- class="bg-nm"
 
|'''[[Fear Gorta]] ([[NM]])'''
 
|'''[[Fear Gorta]] ([[NM]])'''
 
|align="center"| {{Question}}
 
|align="center"| {{Question}}
 
| [[Abyssea - Konschtat]]
 
| [[Abyssea - Konschtat]]
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|- class="bg-nm"
 
|'''[[Tonberry Lieje]] ([[NM]])'''
 
|'''[[Tonberry Lieje]] ([[NM]])'''
 
|align="center"| {{Question}}
 
|align="center"| {{Question}}
 
| [[Abyssea - Konschtat]]
 
| [[Abyssea - Konschtat]]
 
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==Historical Background==
 
==Historical Background==
 
Iolite is the common name for the mineral cordierite. It is a magnesium iron aluminium cyclosilicate that is often used as a gemstone. The name "iolite" comes from the Greek word for violet. Another old name is dichroite, a Greek word meaning "two-colored rock", a reference to cordierite's strong pleochroism. It has also been called "water-sapphire" and "Vikings' Compass", because of its ability to determine the direction of the sun on overcast days. This works by determining the direction of polarization of the sky overhead. Light scattered by air molecules is polarized, and the direction of the polarization is at right angles to a line to the sun, even when the sun's disk itself is obscured by dense fog or lies just below the horizon. Gem quality iolite varies in color from sapphire blue to blue violet to yellowish gray to light blue as the light angle changes. Iolite is sometimes used as an inexpensive substitute for sapphire.
 
Iolite is the common name for the mineral cordierite. It is a magnesium iron aluminium cyclosilicate that is often used as a gemstone. The name "iolite" comes from the Greek word for violet. Another old name is dichroite, a Greek word meaning "two-colored rock", a reference to cordierite's strong pleochroism. It has also been called "water-sapphire" and "Vikings' Compass", because of its ability to determine the direction of the sun on overcast days. This works by determining the direction of polarization of the sky overhead. Light scattered by air molecules is polarized, and the direction of the polarization is at right angles to a line to the sun, even when the sun's disk itself is obscured by dense fog or lies just below the horizon. Gem quality iolite varies in color from sapphire blue to blue violet to yellowish gray to light blue as the light angle changes. Iolite is sometimes used as an inexpensive substitute for sapphire.
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Latest revision as of 16:34, November 13, 2019

Iolite

StatisticsEdit

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Iolite
A blue jewel.
Stackable: 12

Other UsesEdit

Resale Price: 300~307 gil

How to ObtainEdit

Auction House Category: Materials > Goldsmithing ( )

Dropped ByEdit

Name Level Zone
 Corse 66-67  Attohwa Chasm
 Arch Corse 75-81  Attohwa Chasm
Arimaspi (NM) Qmark Abyssea - Konschtat
Bakka (NM) Qmark Abyssea - Konschtat
Bloodguzzler (NM) Qmark Abyssea - Konschtat
Fear Gorta (NM) Qmark Abyssea - Konschtat
Tonberry Lieje (NM) Qmark Abyssea - Konschtat

Historical BackgroundEdit

Iolite is the common name for the mineral cordierite. It is a magnesium iron aluminium cyclosilicate that is often used as a gemstone. The name "iolite" comes from the Greek word for violet. Another old name is dichroite, a Greek word meaning "two-colored rock", a reference to cordierite's strong pleochroism. It has also been called "water-sapphire" and "Vikings' Compass", because of its ability to determine the direction of the sun on overcast days. This works by determining the direction of polarization of the sky overhead. Light scattered by air molecules is polarized, and the direction of the polarization is at right angles to a line to the sun, even when the sun's disk itself is obscured by dense fog or lies just below the horizon. Gem quality iolite varies in color from sapphire blue to blue violet to yellowish gray to light blue as the light angle changes. Iolite is sometimes used as an inexpensive substitute for sapphire.

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