New Special Materials Beyond Neutronium. Quark, Strange, and Black Hole Matter

It really would be, assuming you both had infinite Strength to move it and infinite Constitution to not rip yourself apart on it. Also as the material due to it's weight and mass wouldn't be able to rest upon any surface without at least infinite density, you may have more than a few logistical issues to work out trying to do anything with it unless you're a Time Lord, maybe that won't even be enough. 😅
My current character is a multitemplated Old One that has Assimilated (cosmic)/Cherry Picked (via Psychometry (cosmic)) racial traits and abilities that put his ECL at 2,020. He's not perfectly optimized as some of his abilities were acquired via roleplay circumstances, but he's nasty enough that the Demiurge grumbles in its sleep (nightmares), which manifests itself as random monsters attacking my character from time to time.

Unfortunately, he lacks infinite anything...except saves (Transilient Saves), Attack Bonus (Ultimate Weapon Focus), AC (Ultimate Defense), and Regeneration (Indissoluble).

He's good at taking a beating and getting back up, but much like Prometheus, could probably be chained to a mountainside and tortured forever.

He has a limited version of Transcorporeality, if that helps, but it's overcome by his own natural weapons (discarded body parts and blood relatives included) and Kuvachim itself might be able to bypass this, but I'm not sure what Kuvachim can bypass.

As he lacks infinite Strength, he could never lift it without "cheating" somehow.
 

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Beefermatic

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My current character is a multitemplated Old One that has Assimilated (cosmic)/Cherry Picked (via Psychometry (cosmic)) racial traits and abilities that put his ECL at 2,020. He's not perfectly optimized as some of his abilities were acquired via roleplay circumstances, but he's nasty enough that the Demiurge grumbles in its sleep (nightmares), which manifests itself as random monsters attacking my character from time to time.

Unfortunately, he lacks infinite anything...except saves (Transilient Saves), Attack Bonus (Ultimate Weapon Focus), AC (Ultimate Defense), and Regeneration (Indissoluble).

He's good at taking a beating and getting back up, but much like Prometheus, could probably be chained to a mountainside and tortured forever.

He has a limited version of Transcorporeality, if that helps, but it's overcome by his own natural weapons (discarded body parts and blood relatives included) and Kuvachim itself might be able to bypass this, but I'm not sure what Kuvachim can bypass.

As he lacks infinite Strength, he could never lift it without "cheating" somehow.
Pretty much, lol.

It's more a material for super late game use, like I said, Time and Highlord levels. Sidereals to those beings are like mortals to Sidereals.

I made Inertia Golems, golems without bodies made of sheer force that can withstand Kuvatchim and the extremes needed to survive and function within the Diamond Infinity.

Look about two thirds down the page. The pinnacle of hubris! I present to you Thychen, the Supreme Being
 
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Beefermatic

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Do Kuvechim golems exist? Or are inertia golems meant to be equivalent?
Kuvatchim Golems are an interesting idea. It could go either way tbh. Imo. They'd be very similar, one would just be physical the other would be just force. They'd have to be a little different I suppose but I'd have to think about it.
 





Beefermatic

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Hey Beefermatic. Do you have the stats of the black hole matter? I'm genuinely curious about how it works.
So it's been difficult to actually pin down exactly how I want it to work. I decided with strange matter I'd put in the gravitational lensing effects but now I slightly regret it as it opens up a huge can of worms. I wanted to make the various matters as much like their real world counterparts as possible, but with black holes and symmetrical matter it gets murky. Black hole is easier than symmetrical as there's very little in the way of scientific papers on the subject, just snippets, black hole as it's base properties are well documented but it has a lot of strange secondary effects.
 

Upper_Krust

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Do Kuvechim golems exist? Or are inertia golems meant to be equivalent?

I know you guys are mostly interested in 3.5E versions. I have been outlining a few super-golems (for 5E) and I am thinking that a Kuvachim Golem might be constructed from Planck matter and just to clarify I don't mean the mass of a universe shrank to the size of a golem (although there is that as well) - instead I mean where a universe is shrank down to a 10 to -35 metres Exponential bit of quantum foam and then we build a 12 foot tall golem made from approx. 10 E64 collapsed universes.
 


Beefermatic

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Also maybe an odd question, but why is strange matter green?
Just artistic decision. There isn't any green stars in nature, and I didn't just want it to look like even brighter neutronium so I made it green. Also because the kurzgesat video I watched on the subject depicted it as green so... and besides, they're strange stars. Gotta be green. Lol
 


Beefermatic

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I know you guys are mostly interested in 3.5E versions. I have been outlining a few super-golems (for 5E) and I am thinking that a Kuvachim Golem might be constructed from Planck matter and just to clarify I don't mean the mass of a universe shrank to the size of a golem (although there is that as well) - instead I mean where a universe is shrank down to a 10 to -35 metres Exponential bit of quantum foam and then we build a 12 foot tall golem made from approx. 10 E64 collapsed universes.
I'm interested in 5th edition stuff. I'm in a 5th edition campaign right now so I'm stoked. That sounds bad ass btw
 

Beefermatic

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I see. What color are weak and strong symmetric golems? I assume black hole golems are black.
While symmetric matter I can only speculate on it's stats, the way I see it looking is kind of like not the night sky but if you look up images of the Laniakaea Super Cluster or the cosmic Great Wall, kind of like that, or kind of like the way the Elden Beast from Elden Ring looks. A sort of mix of everything, not solid, not liquid or gas, both light and dark, and sort of gem like in appearance and probably plasma, gel or flesh like in consistency but so incredibly dense it's virtually indestructible.

Black hole golems will be black but only if you are outside their event horizon, past that in their core, the singularity, they're impossibly bright.
 
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