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Perfectly generic matriorbjectEdit

If one were to craft this would it be a product of && or ll? The2ndplayer (talk) 05:39, January 31, 2014 (UTC)

I doubt that it is creatable by alchemy, or at the very least, combining things in a deliberate attempt to create it would be difficult. The perfectly generic object's code is 00000000, or no holes in the card, that means it really can't be combined with anything.
If you try to && combine anything with 00000000 the result just ends up being 00000000, because && takes holes that are shared by both cards and 00000000 has no holes, so no holes are shared, so the result ends up as being no holes.
If you try to || combine anything with 00000000 the result just ends up being the object you were trying to combine it with, because || takes the holes from both cards and 00000000 has no holes, so the only holes come from the card you are trying to combine it with.
So simply put, the perfectly generic object can't be combined with anything via alchemy, so if the perfectly generic matriorb can be created by alchemy, trying to discover it by || or && combinations might be impossible. - The Light6 (talk) 05:56, January 31, 2014 (UTC)
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