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'''Gabbro''' is one of the types of [[stone]] that forms entire [[stone#Stones forming entire layers|layer]]s.
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'''Gabbro''' is an [[igneous intrusive layer|igneous intrusive]] [[magma-safe]] [[stone]] which can form whole [[stone layers|layers]].
  
It is the only stone that contains [[kimberlite]], which is the only stone that contains [[Gem|diamonds]]. Gabbro is also the only stone to contain [[garnierite]], the ore of [[Nickel]].  There are several gems unique to gabbro, as well.
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It is the only stone that contains [[kimberlite]], which is the only stone that contains [[Gem|diamonds]]. Gabbro is also the only stone to contain [[garnierite]], the only ore of [[nickel]].  There are several [[gem]]s unique to gabbro, as well.
  
Gabbro is also left behind by defeated Gabbro Men.
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Gabbro is also left behind by a defeated [[gabbro man]].
  
==In Real Life==
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==In real life==
Gabbro is the rock that forms layers on oceanic plates.
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Gabbro is the rock that forms layers on oceanic plates. Some variants are known by the trade name "black granite," mainly for countertops and gravestones. It is otherwise unremarkable to the layman.
  
 
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Gabbro
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Properties
Fire-safe Magma-safe
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Wikipedia article

This article is about the current version of DF.

Gabbro is an igneous intrusive magma-safe stone which can form whole layers.

It is the only stone that contains kimberlite, which is the only stone that contains diamonds. Gabbro is also the only stone to contain garnierite, the only ore of nickel. There are several gems unique to gabbro, as well.

Gabbro is also left behind by a defeated gabbro man.

In real life

Gabbro is the rock that forms layers on oceanic plates. Some variants are known by the trade name "black granite," mainly for countertops and gravestones. It is otherwise unremarkable to the layman.