My Nur-Ab-Sal necklace from FOA

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Isaac_A_Steiner
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My Nur-Ab-Sal necklace from FOA

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I though I'd share a pic of one of my props.
Please, tell me, what you think!

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(As seen on the back of the original box)


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Isaac

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Herrscher
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This thing rocks!! :shock: :twisted:

Now where can I get some obsidian pearls!?? 8)

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Post by Isaac_A_Steiner »

thanks!

Why would you need obsidian pearls? You'll need orichalcum beads :)

Isaac

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Nice! Well-done prop and really detailed!

*Does a little prayer so that Indiana Jones and the fate of Atlantis will me made for the big screen (cinema)* :)

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Isaac_A_Steiner wrote:thanks!

Why would you need obsidian pearls? You'll need orichalcum beads :)

Isaac
LOL :lol: - you're right.

I seem to confuse something - and the fact that I'm not native english makes it even worse... 8)

WhereTF "obsidian" did come from? Ultima?? :?: :?


Whatever, that thing is cool!

Put it right to the grail and the nice leather jackets... :twisted:


I'm going to walk to the garden now, to put a dark giant monkey head there... 8)

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Post by clem »

obsidian is a real life mineral (gem?) - there's one in kyrandia for example

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Post by eriktorbjorn »

Herrscher wrote:WhereTF "obsidian" did come from? Ultima?? :?: :?
The Wikipedia article on the subject describes it as "a type of naturally occurring glass, produced from volcanoes", and has a couple of pictures of it.

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