Yearinite Material in Alore | World Anvil


(Legacy Content)
Yearinite is a strange crystal known to possess Yearn enhancing and storing properties, and as such is used in the creation of "aura batteries." Due to the unique nature of Yearn abilities, no item in existence, even those made from Yearinite, can hold copies of such abilities, therefore Yearinite is almost exclusively used to create aura foci and aura batteries, which can store the Yearous that allows the abilities to function, though not the abilities themselves.


Material Characteristics

Yearinite is a somewhat yellowish-gold colored crystal of varying size that is found underground. Its color when naturally discovered is always faded, though when charged with magical potential the color becomes vibrant and bright.

Physical & Chemical Properties

Yearinite possesses the ability to store, channel, and focus raw aura. This is exceptionally useful to anyone capable of wielding Yearn as the crystal can amplify any abilities used through a focus made from Yearinite. Additionally, since Yearinite can store raw aura, a Yearn user can utilize an aura storage unit, or aura battery, to recharge their pool of Yearous.


There exists no known alloys or compounds for which Yearinite is required, as the crystal is most often used in its natural form.

Geology & Geography

Yearinite is found throughout the world as the use of Yearn is quite widespread across the world. However, presumably due to the density of Yearn users as to Maijure users in Tyrralore, Yearinite is most commonly found there.

Origin & Source

Yearinite is presumably created from raw auratic essence, crystalizing into a physical form underground.

History & Usage


Yearinite has, is, and presumably will always be used in the construction of auratic foci and batteries for use by Yearn users.


Yearinite was first discovered during the Dark Age, so naturally no other information on its discovery was recorded at the time, though the information of its existence was brought along with the Aloreans during the Reclamation.

Everyday use

Yearinite is only used in the construction and manufacture of auratic batteries and foci, as the nature of Yearn makes it impossible to store copies of such abilities for use by anyone other than the original user.

Industrial Use

Yearinite has little industrial uses due to the inherent properties of Yearn, though its uses for the creation of auratic devices is well exploited.


Yearinite requires no refinement, though does often require resizing and cutting in order to fit the crystals into the associated devices.

Manufacturing & Products

Yearinite itself cannot be used to produce products. However, it can be integrated into devices that act to channel, focus, or store raw aura for use by a Yearn user.


Yearinite possesses a slight hazard in the form of detonating if exposed to Yearous in greater amounts than its size can handle.

Environmental Impact

Other than the above personnel hazard, Yearinite has no environmental hazards.

Reusability & Recycling

Yearinite can be charged and discharged near endlessly, thus allowing it to be used for decades before eventually burning out.


Trade & Market

Yearinite is only useful to those possessing Yearn capabilities. Although this means it is most commonly produced and consumed in Tyrralore, other countries with an auratically inclined populous can also make use of the material


Yearinite can be safely stored in containers marked as fragile, and kept away from any source of Yearous.
20 Sanctums per pound.
Strangely, Yearinite smells faintly of cut sugarcanes.
Yearinite has no taste.
Yearinite is naturally a faded gilded yellow in coloration, which grows more vibrant when exposed to Yearous.
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Author's Notes

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