Crystals containing graphical qualities


Material Characteristics

Siligraphite has a crystalline structure, latticed into different geometric shapes and forms. They are mostly found transparent, boasting a vast array of different shades of color. Their size can vary from as small as a pebble to as large as baby Cirenatee.


Different data resource types have been recorded to be extracted from Siligraphite. The quality of the data is determined by its reusability and purity.  

Common Types

  • .JPG
  • .PNG
  • .GIF
  • .TIFF
  • .BMP

Uncommon Types

  • .SVG
  • .BPG
  • .HEIF
  • .PBM
  • .ICO

Rare Types

  • .AI
  • .PSD
  • .3DS
  • .CDR
  • .U3D

History & Usage


The data inside raw Siligraphite cannot be extracted until it's surface is completely cleaned and polished from foreign dirt and debris. Attempting to extract from an unrefined stone can result in damaging the integrity of the data inside.


If the data extracted contains any corruption, the crystal can cause mental and/or physical damage to the I-Mage handling it. This kind of sickness cannot be transferred to any other type of Cier, but once infecting an I-Mage the sickness can spread throughout the population. There have been instances where crystals are also known to combust or explode as well if not properly examined beforehand. Crystals that are found to be corrupted are quarantined and disposed of by proper Anti-Threat Order officials.  
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The Ministry takes corrupted crystals at an undisclosed site where they supposedly dump them safely into the ocean below for disposal.
Cleaned up Siligraphite
by Sharon McCutcheon
Metallic, earthy
Comes in a myriad of colors with various levels of transparency
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Cover image: by Sharon McCutcheon


Author's Notes

Written for Summer Camp 2019: "Write about a material which is extracted, mined or quarried from the ground."

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