-Force Related Category
--Blue Stone / Blue Mountains (Stone/Crystal: Allowed those without Force Sensitivity to use the Force to a limited extent)
--Artusian Crystal (Crystal: When saturated with Living Force, allowed those with "little" Force Sensitivity to use the Force)
--Frangawl Force Powder (Blue Powder made of Living Force sucked from living beings)
--Lignan (Ore: Darkside Saturation, enhanced darkside effects but turned to ash as used)
--Dolina Seed (Seed of a plant from Dagobah: Enhanced the potency of a user's Force Powers, seed's shell is "nearly indestructible")
-Top Tier Exotic Production Category
--Hypergem (Diamondoid: Formed within Neutron Stars, connected to "higher dimensions")
--Ostrine (Mineral: Super Thermal Absorbant, cold to touch, causes frostburn, instant freeze effect)
--Collapsium (When ignighted, produced powerful and destructive implosions)
-Exotic Production Category
--Barab (Ore: Stored and magnified radiation)
--Cabirium (Ore: Extremely hard and possessed electromagnetic properties)
--Kessum (Roonstone: randomly produced electronic signals that bounced off of surrounding objects)
-Top Tier Durability Category
--Norris Root (Reddish Dye naturally blaster/lightsaber resistant)
--Lathanide (Metallic Crystal: Ultra-dense, used in armor plating)
-Exotic Protection Category
--Ardanium (Mineral: grew stronger in the presence of radiation)
--Svolten Rhyolite (Can permanently sharpen the edge of a sith sword)
-Common Utility Category
--Magnetite (Ore: Magnetic iron ore?)
--Electrite (Crystal: conductive)
--Haysian Smelt (Gold Ore: very conductive)
--Electrum (Metal: Ornamental gold analog / Real world gold/silver alloy)
--Phosphor (Glow after exposure to radiation)
--Lume Rock (Rock: Glows and gives off non-scolding heat)
--Wind Crystals (Crystals: extremely thin, yet very strong. Vibrated in slightest breeze, producing a pleasant sound)
--Phospha (ignighted upon impact with a hard surface)
--Nergon-14 (Mineral: "Volatile" "Powerful Explosive")
--Rylith (Crystal: Collects and stores solar energy)
--Agrocite (Ore: Powerful Fuel that "greatly enhanced" beam items)
--Velmorite (Crystal: used to make energy swords)
--Malab (Mineral: Pretty rock; black, reflective, looked like starfield)
--Kyberite (Mineral: Produced kyber crystals)
--DX-343 (Chemical that caused electronic circuitry to malfunction and hyper-irritated the nasal passage)
--Moon Dust (Powder: deactivates cloaking shields)
--Memling (complex element, stretches into different shapes, when ripped in two, both halves attract to one another)
--Di-Chrome (when electrically charged, absorbs light and blends with its surroundings)
--CryoBan (chemical that absorbed heat, then broke down and released the heat later)
Tunqstoid: "Incredibly heavy substance used to make blast doors"
Turadium: 'very hard to cut through'. High resistance to Lightsabers. used to make blast doors
Trimantium: Used to make armor plating for starships "Unusually high tensile strength" (grey-green color)
Zal Alloy: Very good material to construct heavy armor with, but very expensive
Durasteel: Gold standard of steels, most common construction material
Alusteel: Lighter version of Durasteel
Vardium Steel: A blue colored steel that's cold to the touch
Doonium: Heavy metal used in starship hull construction by the Galactic Empire (grey-white color)
Farium: Heavy metal used in starship hull construction (Bronze colored)
Quadranium: "incredibly strong and durable", used to create starship fuel tanks and droid armor.
Kiirium: Superconductive, used to make 'antiquated' starship plating
Madilon: "High tensile strength while retaining a large amount of elasticity" "can make hyperdrives 10x smaller than normal"
Ferrocarbon: Corrosion-resistant building material. "incredibly strong"
Plexisteel: "Easily molded when heated, cooled into a light weight, armor strong material that was highly resistant to blasters"
Duralumin: Strong, Lightweight, used to make cooking pans and Lightsabers
Nylasteel: flexible, yet durable material (Nylon / Kevlar?)
Duranium: Much stronger than Transparisteel or Bronzium. Extremely durable, light, and could withstand glancing blows from a lightsaber. Very high melting point. Difficult to shape. (comparable to Durasteel?)
Kathor / Duranium: Used as hull plating "capable of withstanding 75-G's without alluvial dampening affects"
Rhodium: Used to plate weapons and body armor
Flex-bronze: harder than normal bronze, making it useful for more than decoration
Bronzium: It is bronze. "Solid and durable"
Ruusan Copper: Sometimes used to make armor plating
Durachrome: "very resistant"
Acertron: Heavy, flexible, "cryogenically tempered" (flash-frozen?)(can withstand cold?)
Dallorian Alloy: Hard, naturally resistant to heat
Duralloy (Legends): Used to make capital ship grade armor plating, used to make reinforced bunkers, was used in Mandalorian Armor, used to patch starships
Ceramasteel: Hard metal used to create underwater base. able to withstand deep water pressure, but not able to withstand multiple concussion missiles
Suprasteel: Hard, molecularly bonded metal compound used in starships and military bases
Glasteel: "as strong as Durasteel"
Crystasteel: "a strong, transparent alloy"
Transparisteel: "much weaker than Durasteel"
Clari-crystalline: Fragile but near-perfect clarity
Haysian Smelt: high quality gold, good conductor, used in electronics
Electrum: Conductive / Ornamental / Gold Analog
Electrite: Conductive Crystal
Nutorium: Metal that can be turned into an alloy capable of blocking sensor equipment
Durinium: metal alloy capable of stopping sensor scans
Laminasteel: "produced in long, durable 'strings' that could reinforce starship frames or buildings" (iron rods for structural enhancement)
Norris Root: In powder form, can enhance lightsaber resistance. Is made into a "Reddish Dye", can be used to enhance Armorweave
Crystadurium: Crystal/Metal Alloy that could "withstand high heat and pressure and is also highly blaster resistant" (mix in flecks of this into another alloy)
Protective Liquid Coating: Used to construct Mandalorian armor, increases an objects damage resistance by "protecting emulsions from abrasions and water damage" (AKA, if you use a coating of liquid to enhance a material, add a second coating of this stuff to protect the initial coating)
Gadolinium: An element used in the manufacture of superconductors
Neutronium: a heavy metallic element used to create Durasteel. "its ultra-dispersive characteristics allowed for high protection"
Chromium: metallic element used to provide a mirror shine to a metal surface. Useful in blocking radiation and laser attacks, could also block communications
Embersteel: Forging process that involves electromagnetic fields and flash-cooling (flash-cooling usually makes metals brittle)
Mol-welding/ Molecular Welding: alters metal plating at the molecular level, producing "welds" of superior strength
Mandalorian Steel: A complex, hand-forging technique that greatly enhances the structural durability of a metal
Edited by Olivia Dem'adas, 18 July 2018 - 02:35 AM.