Fire Crystals Material in The Kaleidoscope System | World Anvil

Fire Crystals

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Volatile crystals which are charged with high amounts of energy.


Physical & Chemical Properties

Pivoki are highly reactive, prone to releasing the stored energy in violent bursts of heat, light and mutagenic radiation when exposed to an oxygen-rich atmosphere.

Geology & Geography

These crystals are only found in Hazu Kalpasu, the broad ring surrounding the Zugakru Sea on Mustik Kogli.

Origin & Source

They are formed during the Heat Season when the energy from Larevok hits Ranul's surface. Under certain circumstances, the chaotic transformation of matter leads to a temporary state of balance which allows the absorbed energy to build up rather than lead to further reactions.

History & Usage


The first mentions of exploding rocks go back to about 3,900 NZR, even before the age of metalworking. They were one of the reasons why Mustik Kogli was considered a dangerous area even outside the Heat Season.

Everyday use

The controlled release of the crystals' stored energy plays a key role in countless technologies on Ranul.


In their raw form, the crystals are embedded in various types of rock. These rock shells need to be removed in order to expose the crystals to a reaction partner and release the energy stored in them.

Reusability & Recycling

Depleted crystals are shipped back to Hazu Kalpasu during winter, where they are likely to be recharged during the Heat Season.



Pivoki are stored in a vacuum until they are ready to be used.

Alternative Name(s)

dull, dark gray
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Cover image: by Kathrin Janowski


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