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Traite des petrifications

Louis Bourguet

Traite des petrifications

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Published by Briasson .
Written in English

Edition Notes

Statement[by] L. Bourguet [and] P. Cartier.
SeriesLandmarks of science
ContributionsCartier, P.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20070210M

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Petrification can be inflicted by the Statue curse, along with the gazes of the Gorgon and the Basilisk. In the case of the Basilisk, its gaze. A player's skin begins to turn to stone after intercepting the Gift of Earth. A petrified players movement speed is reduced by 2%, and Tectus will absorb their petrification whenever he makes a melee attack against them, granting him stacks of Accretion and healing him.

‘Petrifications, where no organic material remains, are usually prepared as thin sections or polished and studied under reflected light.’ ‘However, Mesozoic examples of insect wood boring occur in petrifactions, many of which were deposited in drier, more riparian habitats.’.

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The quilen attempts to turn its enemies to stone, progressively slowing their movement speed. Enemies who reach stacks of petrification turn to stone and are unable to move or act.

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When cast, the PC can target one adjacent monster and, if the spell works, the. Petrification (Also called The Gorgon Effect, or The Medusa Effect) is the atomic ability of a DNA Alternate to transform organic matter into stone. This ability has several varients. In some cases, the user must touch the target to turn them into stone.

More commonly, however, the alternate with this power can actually transmit molecular instructions from the possessor's eyes to the receiver. petrification: [pet′rifikā′shən] the process of becoming calcified or stonelike. Englisch-Deutsch-Übersetzungen für petrification im Online-Wörterbuch (Deutschwörterbuch).

Petrification is a powerful debilitation that slowly turns the victim into stone. Petrification is easily one of the most dangerous status ailments in the game. High Halidom and common medicines cannot cure it, and its uncommon nature may take the Arisen by surprise.

When afflicted, the victim will start to have all forms of movement hampered, similar to Torpor, and gradually both the body Dignified Earring: Petrification is the ability to turn other beings to stone with a single look.

The effects can be simulated with a spell or potion. When using this power, some users' eyes turn white. Contents[show] History This power was first seen used by the Titan Meta.

She channeled her power through her eyes to petrify three Whitelighters, so that the Titans could steal the power of orbing to enter the Alignment: Neutral.

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May be constantly active. May require constant contact with the object/person to prevent it from returning to its normal form. May require eye-contact, touch or some other action.

Géologie. En géologie, le terme pétrification est quasiment synonyme de celui de fossilisation.L'emploi de l'expression «bois pétrifié» renvoie à des tronçons d'arbres fossiles.

Folklore. La pierre a toujours impressionné les peuples primitifs qui lui attribuaient une origine divine .BRARD, C.P. Traité des pierres précieuses, des porphyres, granites, marbres, albâtres, et autres roches propres à recevoir le poli et à orner les monumens publics et les édifices particuliers; suivi de la description des machines dont on se sert pour tailler, polir et travailler ces pierres; et d'un coup d'oeil général sur l'art du.Find the hottest petrification stories you'll love.

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