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Over on Durice, a frozen artic landscape, northeast of Voluca, another volcanic related feature can be found, hidden deep within a cave. Extremely large crystals play home to not only some Carbink, but also a rare Diance. These overly sized crystals formed when magma rose from underneath and heated up some groundwater, forming mineral-rich hydrothermal water. The water travelled away from the magma, filling an empty cavern. As the hydrothermal water very slowly cooled calcium and sulphates slowly precipitated out, forming gypsum crystals. Because the water cooled so slowly, it gave the crystals an extremely long time to grow, longer than what forms your average crystal found in a shop.
Just like with the blue lava, gigantic crystals of this size seem like something pulled straight out of a fantasy world. They are, however, most likely based on the real-world example of the Cave of Crystals in Naica, Mexico. Found by miners hunting for metals in 2000, they happened to come across a large cavern full of water. After the water was pumped out, they discovered that instead of metals, they had stumbled across the largest crystals ever seen. Some of the gypsum pillars measure 12m tall and formed exactly how it is described above. For those wishing to see the crystals, unfortunately the mining company has since let the cavern reflood (which will let the crystals continue to grow), and currently do not have plans to redrain it for now. 1e1e36bf2d