Novel Earthen Materials and Tools

Mycelux: A luxurious and durable material made from mycelium, the root-like structure of fungi. Mycelium can grow into various shapes and textures, making it ideal for creating decorative items.

Fungilin: A soft and flexible material made from fungal fibers that resemble linen. Fungilin can be dyed with natural pigments and woven into fabrics for curtains, cushions, rugs and more.

Philantrope Cans – very durable canisters made of a secret, patented alloy, that have lasted stainless and restless for hundreds of years. Used for conserving and cooking.

Black Rags – 2nd hand clothes and wearing-bandages dyed with various endurance-inducing dyes.

Carbonex: A synthetic dye that bonds with the fibers of the fabric, creating a carbon-like coating that resists fading, tearing, and staining. Carbonex is suitable for cotton, polyester, nylon, and rayon fabrics.
Ebonyx: A natural dye that is extracted from the bark of ebony trees, which are known for their dark and hard wood. Ebonyx imparts a rich and deep black hue to the fabric, as well as enhancing its strength and durability. Ebonyx is suitable for wool, silk, linen, and hemp fabrics.
Obsidix: A mineral dye that is derived from obsidian, a volcanic glass that forms when lava cools rapidly. Obsidix gives the fabric a glossy and smooth finish, as well as making it more resistant to heat, fire, and water. Obsidix is suitable for leather, suede, and fur fabrics.