The Anglish Moot
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Ymir's ore (Mean English: Uranium) or Liftshaft is a lundly lightrottish ore that, once foreworked and wellowed, can be wielded to beget for many work tools or as a blasting tool. One of the most deemed ores in the world, the brooking of Ymir's ore has greatly forblown since it was infound in 1789.

Firstly brooked in the making of steel mastlings, Ymir's ore bettered the strength and springness of steel without making it brittle. It was at one time brooked in the making of lightbringing timerings. It was not until 1939, bin the restless tides of World Wye Two, that Americkish, British, and Canadish folk learned how to craft this mildly threatening sear into the deadliest killer that yore has ever seen. Since then, however, it has seldom been brooked for anything besides uncleftish work.

This heavy, white ore's greatest gift to mankind lies in the forework of kernelish splitting. Lightrottish striking of Ymir's shaftmotes can cast out greymotes, which wayfare at speeds up to 12,000 spans every nutlog. If such a greymote strikes the kernel of a neighbouring shaftmote, the kernel can burst. Not only is the outcome great, but the burst uncleft will also likely strike other shaftmotes. This is the awesome hedging underlying all kernelish splitting bearings, inholding kernel weapons and work.

When brooked for work, Ymir's ore is seen as "clean", since it does not spread a big deal of loft befouling from coal or eal. On the other hand, brooked kernel firefod is highly baneful and scathes everything umb it for hundreds of years, making it a big worry.

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