Aquamarine Beryl

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Aquamarine Beryl

Aquamarine Beryl is the blue variety of Beryl. This crystal is found beneath great lakes and is formed with mass amounts of pressure.
When shone under the great light of the sun, the crystal will fade it's rich blue color until found in shade again. The crystal is
fragile, and is often used for decoration on jewelry, handles of weapons, etc.


Arctic Aquamarine Beryl

If Aquamarine Beryl is found beneath arctic water, the crystal
is cold to the touch, and can be used as a replacement for ice. When Arctic Aquamarine Beryl is shone
under the sun, the crystal will fade of all it's blue until brought back to the shade or cold water.


Tundra Aquamarine Beryl

If Aquamarine Beryl is found beneath warm water in the Tundra, the
crystal will stay the temperature of the water it was found in. When shone under the sun
this crystal will fade to a lighter blue, and will quickly become
translucent.