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monster 03-11-2014 11:32 PM

Periodic Table of the Dwellars
 
I was going to create one but to hell with it, let's make it a community project: Create the name of your element, Choose a number and a Symbol and you're set.

Here's your starter for 10,...

Tw (Twitium), a gas, Dwellaric number 85% ;)


But really you should do yourself.

Fu (Monster), Dwellaric number 23


....then rag on others ;)

orthodoc 03-11-2014 11:54 PM

Hell no, Monster should be Mo (Monstrium - Dwellaric number 46 for twice her own estimate of chutzpah ;) ).

And Ortho should be O (the life-giving, necessary essence, although dangerous in too intense a form ... )

Let's see ... okay, have to wait for others to reveal themselves.

Undertoad 03-12-2014 07:25 AM

UT dwellaric number 1 (not actually #1 but numbered after the user number) is a noble gas.

zippyt 03-12-2014 07:56 AM

ZT 97 ( ziptonium one of the heavy metals )

lumberjim 03-12-2014 09:01 AM

LJ (Lumbonerum Jimnium) #24

An unstable element when unpaired with a more stable element like JX #666 or AP #1040. Volatile when combined with Tw or AL. Useful as it releases sporadic bursts of creative energy between long periods of dormancy. When combined with CC#4 (Cockius Cellarus) it creates a compound called Rickrollium that binds many other elements together in useful combinations. For example, Cellarcarrium Maxima was created when an insane scientist combined 30 different elements to make a Super molecule that lasted nearly 4 years before it broke down.

Sundae 03-12-2014 09:05 AM

I suppose I should be Seaborgium as its already present with the initials SG.
But I think I will be one of the Poor Metals instead, and be Sundaium (Sundae-yum). I've never really managed to grasp the various meaning of the information on the periodic table, but a quick look suggests I can't have 143 as my number as its significantly higher than the real numbers on there.

So I will settle for 33, as that's how old I was when I fell into the Cellar. Also the number of arsenic, and I feel I do have a whiff of old lace about me these days.

footfootfoot 03-12-2014 10:10 AM

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Pd Podia (aka footonium) Dwellaric number 3,
average
Dwellaric mass 4.33.

Fairly non-reactive metal, bright, malleable, fairly high boiling point, variable density makes this a difficult metal to work with at times.

limey 03-12-2014 10:29 AM

LI - Lithium

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is a chemical element with symbol Li and atomic number 3. It is a soft, silver-white metal belonging to the alkali metal group of chemical elements. Under standard conditions it is the lightest metal and the least dense solid element. Like all alkali metals, lithium is highly reactive and flammable.
I'll take this ...
Quote:

reduces the intensity and frequency of mood swings. It alters the way that nerve cells respond to chemicals that are present in the brain. It is known that it is a very effective medicine and has been used for more than 50 years.

glatt 03-12-2014 11:01 AM

GT Glattinum

A soft dull gray metal used primarily in tinkering. Often confused with Griffium.

Sundae 03-12-2014 11:06 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by limey (Post 894493)
LI - Lithium

I bin on Lithium, and can confirm that a shot of Limey is easily equivalent.

And Glatt, nothing dull about making me snigger, thanks.

Flint 03-12-2014 11:09 AM

Flint, Fl
Flerovium, an unstable, synthesized, superheavy element.

And yes, I know I'm doin' it wrong, but also I'd like to add that you can suck it.

Carruthers 03-12-2014 11:48 AM

Carruthium.

One of the later discovered dwellements and still subject to research.
Although thought to be completely inert, there is some evidence to suggest might be explosive under great pressure.

Dwellaric No 42.

limey 03-12-2014 01:00 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Carruthers (Post 894503)
... dwellements ...

Excellarnt!

Sheldonrs 03-12-2014 01:04 PM

Sheleon. SH69. I'm a noble gas. ;-)

Seems like a good time to bring this out again:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AcS3NOQnsQM

Griff 03-12-2014 04:28 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by glatt (Post 894497)
GT Glattinum

A soft dull gray metal used primarily in tinkering. Often confused with Griffium.

GF Griffium

A soft dull gray metal used primarily in tinkering. Often confused with Glattinum.


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