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'''Dimeritium''' is a special sort of metal which suppresses [[magic]]al power. [[Vilgefortz]] of [[Roggeveen]], [[Artaud Terranova]] and a few other [[Brotherhood of Sorcerers|Chapter members]], were shackled with dimeritium after they were accused of treason by [[Philippa Eilhart]] and [[Sigismund Dijkstra|Dijkstra]] during the reunion of mages on [[Thanedd Island]]. It was stated that being shackled causes unpleasant side-effects for the mages.
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'''Dimeritium''' is a special metal which suppresses [[magic]]al power. [[Vilgefortz]] of [[Roggeveen]], [[Artaud Terranova]] and a few other [[Brotherhood of Sorcerers|Chapter members]], were shackled with dimeritium after they were accused of treason by [[Philippa Eilhart]] and [[Sigismund Dijkstra|Dijkstra]] during the reunion of mages on [[Thanedd Island]]. It was stated that being shackled causes unpleasant side-effects for the mages.
   
 
Three quarters of all dimeritium is produced in the [[Northern Kingdoms|northern kingdom]] of [[Kovir and Poviss]].
 
Three quarters of all dimeritium is produced in the [[Northern Kingdoms|northern kingdom]] of [[Kovir and Poviss]].
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=== [[Glossary entries|Glossary]] Entry ===
 
=== [[Glossary entries|Glossary]] Entry ===
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: '''''Dimeritium'''''
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:''"Dimeritium is a rare and precious metal with an interesting feature — it represses the transfer of magical energy. A bluish alloy of iron and dimeritium is used to produce handcuffs and necklaces. Those who wear them cannot cast spells or use [[magic]] in any way. There are known cases, however, of extraordinarily powerful [[sorcerer]]s managing to overcome the shield generated by dimeritium."''
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| '''''Dimeritium'''''
 
 
''"Dimeritium is a rare and precious metal with an interesting feature — it represses the transfer of magical energy. A bluish alloy of iron and dimeritium is used to produce handcuffs and necklaces. Those who wear them cannot cast spells or use [[magic]] in any way. There are known cases, however, of extraordinarily powerful [[sorcerer]]s managing to overcome the shield generated by dimeritium."''
 
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===Source===
 
===Source===
:* [[Tower Mage's Book]]
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* [[Tower Mage's Book]]
 
=== Notes ===
 
:* [[Triss Merigold]] gave [[Alvin]] a [[dimeritium amulet]] to help the boy.
 
:* [[Jacques de Aldersberg]] wears a dimeritium pendant under his armour and clothes.
 
   
 
== {{Tw3}} ==
 
== {{Tw3}} ==
Dimeritum plays a larger role in the Witcher 3, being used to craft weapons and armor, it's difficult to find but not impossible. One source of dimeritium are witch hunters, during some missions where you kill them you can loot their bodies and find dimeritium shackles. Due to the widespread persecution of mages during the game, dimeritium is used extensively by people to successfully subdue mages and render them helpless. Lastly, the metal can also be used to craft bombs that cancel out monsters abilities, be warned however, dimeritium also has the ability to cancel out Geralt's signs if you're within the blast radius, leaving both combatants vulnerable.
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Dimeritum plays a larger role in the Witcher 3, being used to craft weapons and armor, it's difficult to find but not impossible. One source of dimeritium are witch hunters, during some missions where you kill them you can loot their bodies and find dimeritium shackles. Due to the widespread persecution of mages during the game, dimeritium is used extensively by people to successfully subdue mages and render them helpless. Lastly, the metal can also be used to craft bombs that cancel out monsters abilities, be warned however, dimeritium also has the ability to cancel out Geralt's signs if you're within the blast radius, leaving both combatants vulnerable.
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==Notes==
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*[[Triss Merigold]] gave [[Alvin]] a [[dimeritium amulet]] to help the boy.
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* [[Jacques de Aldersberg]] wears a dimeritium pendant under his armor and clothes.
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*Oddly, in {{Tw3}} some armor requires dimeritium as necessary components, namely Mastercrafted and Grandmaster level witcher gears. Yet wearing said armor doesn't inhibit Geralt's use of [[sign]]s in any way.
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==Gallery==
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<gallery>
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Gwent cardart neutral dimeritium bomb.jpg|Dimeritium bomb
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</gallery>
   
 
== External links ==
 
== External links ==
* {{Gwent|Dimeritium Shackles}}
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*{{Gwent|Dimeritium Shackles}}
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*{{Gwent|Dimeritium Bomb}}
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[[cs:Dwimerit]]
 
[[cs:Dwimerit]]
 
[[de:Dimeritium]]
 
[[de:Dimeritium]]

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The mage's arms were twisted and bound behind his back. The Redanians gave the fetters a good shake. Terranova cried out, lurched, bent backwards, bowed forward, then retched and groaned. It was clear of what his manacles were made.
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- Time of Contempt

Dimeritium is a special metal which suppresses magical power. Vilgefortz of Roggeveen, Artaud Terranova and a few other Chapter members, were shackled with dimeritium after they were accused of treason by Philippa Eilhart and Dijkstra during the reunion of mages on Thanedd Island. It was stated that being shackled causes unpleasant side-effects for the mages.

Three quarters of all dimeritium is produced in the northern kingdom of Kovir and Poviss.

The WitcherEdit

Glossary Entry Edit

Dimeritium
"Dimeritium is a rare and precious metal with an interesting feature — it represses the transfer of magical energy. A bluish alloy of iron and dimeritium is used to produce handcuffs and necklaces. Those who wear them cannot cast spells or use magic in any way. There are known cases, however, of extraordinarily powerful sorcerers managing to overcome the shield generated by dimeritium."

SourceEdit

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Edit

Dimeritum plays a larger role in the Witcher 3, being used to craft weapons and armor, it's difficult to find but not impossible. One source of dimeritium are witch hunters, during some missions where you kill them you can loot their bodies and find dimeritium shackles. Due to the widespread persecution of mages during the game, dimeritium is used extensively by people to successfully subdue mages and render them helpless. Lastly, the metal can also be used to craft bombs that cancel out monsters abilities, be warned however, dimeritium also has the ability to cancel out Geralt's signs if you're within the blast radius, leaving both combatants vulnerable.

NotesEdit

GalleryEdit

External links Edit

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