|Acid dissolve rate||0.1%|
|High temperature||above 949.85°C|
|High pressure||above 8.8 pressure|
This element is a solid form of stone, is not conductive and it melts at 950C. It breaks at a pressure of 8.8 to form STNE.
PSTE, if heated hot enough (at around 460C), will turn into BRCK. This simulates clay baking into ceramic at high temperatures.
If you change the TMP of BRCK to 1, the BRCK will glow a faint blue, PPIP generates this kind of BRCK.