Isn't that uncomfortable?Yahavo is magically treated, weaveable stone. The methods for creating it are a secret known only to the Votaw.
Yahavo is incredibly durable, as it is literally stone. Yet it is as flexible and lightweight as any other textile. It can be woven into cloth, and used to make all manner of objects from clothing, tents, and decoration, to armor, insulation, and even weaponry. Due to its enchanted properties, it is surprisingly soft— and as stone, it seems to retain heat moderately well. If woven tightly enough, it can even become watertight. Primarily, it is used by the Votaw for clothing, as stone is incredibly abundant due to their underground settlements. However other applications have been found over time, such as in creating flexible watertight hoses for use in irrigation, fire extinguishers, and temporary and/or particularly difficult plumbing.
Complex CreationOol engine— where it is crushed by an array of machines and carried by a conveyor belt to fill a patterned hole in a large room called the enchantry. Here, a group of enchanters— typically numbering three in total— will begin the enchanting process. They must place their hands in the ring and close their eyes, relaxing, sending tendrils of spirit through the material and grafting a minuscule portion of spirit to each and every grain. As each and every grain must be enchanted, this takes multiple sessions to complete— each lasting for hours on end. By the end of this process, the stone will now be rearranged into fiber— which is then moved out into the next area of the factory where a grand number of looms rest, manned by a vast number of men and women. Here it is finally woven into usable textile.
- Like dirt, despite your wishing otherwise.
- Depends on the stone used.
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