In Real Life
Also known as black tourmaline, this variety is by far the most common, constituting an estimated 95% of the world's tourmalines. It is named after the Saxony village of Schorl (curr. Zschorlau) where it was first discovered by German mineralogists.
[INORGANIC:SCHORL] [USE_MATERIAL_TEMPLATE:STONE_TEMPLATE] [MATERIAL_VALUE:2][DISPLAY_COLOR:0:7:1][TILE:15][IS_GEM:schorl:STP:OVERWRITE_SOLID] [ENVIRONMENT:METAMORPHIC:CLUSTER_SMALL:100] [ENVIRONMENT:SEDIMENTARY:CLUSTER_SMALL:100] [ENVIRONMENT_SPEC:GRANITE:CLUSTER_SMALL:100] [SOLID_DENSITY:3150] [STATE_COLOR:ALL_SOLID:TAUPE_DARK]