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  1. I tried posting these images in Dilvishes' thread, but the links don't necessarily work. Therefore, try, try again. There is this material called "Cracked Ice". It is not ice at all. It is plastic. It is meant for use in 2x4 foot flourescent recessed light fixtures. It is the diffuser panel. But, some blue and white craft paint + a little re-imagineeriing (aka Frogccidental thinking) and semi-frozen water hazards appeared: The material is only about 2mm thick. But it looks like it could be deeper when viewed from above. These were created before FrostgraveĀ® was written. But they could be useful as ponds for the setting.
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