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Most common of the pigment-producing stones, these powdery white rocks are found along the western, especially southwestern beaches of Puddleby Island. They are of an unstable nature, and have been known to dissolve into dust after being carried and shaken about too much. This same nature makes them useful in paint, for even the untrained can reduce them to powder by hand. Powdery white rock is used as the base for many lighter paints.

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