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Puddingstone is a sedimentary stone which occurs as large clusters within conglomerate. Unlike other mineral inclusions, puddingstone will support an aquifer if one is present within its surrounding layer.
In Real Life
Puddingstone is a type of poorly sorted conglomerate; that is, it is a stone composed of stone grains that are of various sizes rather than of mostly the same size and is usually cemented together with quartz sandstone.
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Contrary to popular opinion, this stone is not made of pudding, although dwarves will often injure their teeth while attempting to verify if Puddingstone lives up to its name.
[INORGANIC:PUDDINGSTONE] [USE_MATERIAL_TEMPLATE:STONE_TEMPLATE] [STATE_NAME_ADJ:ALL_SOLID:puddingstone][DISPLAY_COLOR:6:7:0][TILE:233] [ENVIRONMENT_SPEC:CONGLOMERATE:CLUSTER:100][AQUIFER] [IS_STONE] [SOLID_DENSITY:2000] Based on congolomorate [STATE_COLOR:ALL_SOLID:SAFFRON]
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