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Ectoplasm

Ectoplasm is the physical substance that comprises material from the spiritual plane of existence. When traveling from the spirit world into the material world, spirits use extoplasm to give themselves form and motion. Manipulation of Ectoplasm is known as Ectokinesis.

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Elemental

Of or having to do with either the primary elements of creation (Earth, Air, Fire, Water), or possessing a connection to elements found on the periodic table. The forces of creation often select a specific individual to represent one or more of the elements of creation; Example: Swamp Thing is the planet's Earth elemental. Some individuals, such as Metamorpho, can manipulate and or physically adapt the physical properties of elements found on the periodic table.

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Elementics

Elementics is a branch of science and technology, a synthesis of chemistry and robotics. Will Magnus is the recognized authority on the subject.

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Empathic

Having the capability to share the emotions of another through psychic means. Raven of the Titans has the ability to feel the emotions of others. When the Psycho-Pirate uses the Medusa Mask, he can manipulate emotions, but also perceives the emotional intensity of his subjects.

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Encyclopedia Galactica

This was an historical reference text widely utilized in the 30th century. The name is derived from the works of science fiction author, Isaac Asimov.
(See Also: 30th Century)
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Enervator

The Enervator was a large machine designed by the scientists of the H.I.V.E. After capturing the Teen Titans, the H.I.V.E. hooked them up to the Enervator where it began to steadily siphon away their life energies. However, the Enervator was incapable of siphoning away Raven's power, due presumably, to her hybrid heritage as the daughter of Trigon. The Titans' newest ally Jericho took possession of his father Deathstroke's body and destroyed the Enervator, thus freeing the Titans.
(See Also: Tales of the Teen Titans Annual #3)
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Entropy

The universal tendency for energy in a closed system to equalize. On a universe-wide scale, it is the inevitable degradation of matter and energy to an inert uniform state incapable of sustaining life.

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Envy

Envy represents one of the Seven Deadly Enemies of Man. A statue embodying the human characteristic of envy can be found inside the Rock of Eternity.

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Eorx

In Pre-Crisis continuity, Eorx is one of the months in a Kryptonian calendar year.

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Erl-King

Erl-King is an authoritative title attributed to Earth's elementals, particularly those associated with the Parliament of Trees and the Parliament of Stone. The Neanderthal woman Bog Venus is thought to have been one of the earliest Erl-Kings.
(See Also: Swamp Thing)
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ESP

ESP is an acronym which stands for Extra-Sensory Perception. It includes the psychic powers of telepathy, precognition and clairvoyance. A person who possesses ESP is called an esper.

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Eterni-Phone

The Eterni-Phone is an octagon-shaped communicatons device owned by Dudley Marvel and housed on the dashboard of his motor home. Billy Batson often relied upon the Eterni-phone to communicate with the six Elders from which he gained his powers. The Eterni-phone concept is based upon a device featured in the Shazam! television series.

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Eternity Brain

This was an artificial intelligence housed inside of the Palace of Eternity. Built by the Lord of Time, it actually superseded its own programming and turned against him.

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Exoskeleton

(1.) A rigid framework inside which an organism's other components are contained. Examples include mollusks and insects, who are invertebrates (literally, spineless). Mammals and reptiles are vertebrates with interior skeletons. (2.) A mechanical device that amplifies the strength of the user, who stands or sits in an open cabin. Such devices typically have two arms and/or two legs so that their operation is more intuitive.

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Extradimensional

(1.) A being from a dimension other than that of the Earth. (2.) Of or having to do with a dimension other than that of the Earth.

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Extraterrestrial

(1.) A being from a world in this dimension other than Earth. (2.) Of or having to do with a world in this dimension other than Earth.

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Guild Wars

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This article is about the rare crafting material. For the Wintersday collectable drop used to make Yuletide Tonic, see Glob of Frozen Ectoplasm.
Glob of Ectoplasm
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Crafting Material

General

Globs of Ectoplasm, often referred to as Ecto, are rare crafting materials.

Usage

Crafting

Globs of Ectoplasm are used to craft armor:

Other uses

The rarity and high demand of Ecto makes them useful as currency, especially for trades valued at more than 100 platinum as one (the maximum amount of gold that transferred in a single transaction).

What drops it

Globs of Ectoplasm are dropped by the following monsters:

What salvages into it

So far, only Obsidian armor and Chaos Gloves may turn into Globs of Ectoplasm when you salvage them.

Notes

See also

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Marvel Database

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Ectoplasm (from the Greek ektos, "outside", + plasma, "something formed or molded") is a term coined by Charles Richet to denote a substance or spiritual energy supposedly "exteriorized" by physical mediums. Ectoplasm is said to be associated with the formation of ghosts, and hypothesized to be an enabling factor in psychokinesis.

Although the term is widespread in popular culture, the physical existence of ectoplasm is not accepted by mainstream science. Some tested samples of proposed ectoplasm have been found to be various non-paranormal substances, including chiffon and flakes of human skin. Other researchers have duplicated, with non-supernatural materials, the photographic effects sometimes said to prove the existence of ectoplasm.

Since its inception in the field of spiritualism, the concept of ectoplasm has escaped to become a staple in popular culture and fictional supernatural lore. Notable examples include Noel Coward's 1941 play Blithe Spirit, and the 1984 film Ghostbusters; in which "ectoplasmic residue" secreted by ghosts is portrayed as viscous, cloudy and greenish-white, similar to nasal mucus, famously referred to in Bill Murray's line, "He slimed me!"


For a list of characters who can manipulate elctoplasm/necroplasm, see Category:Ectoplasmic Manipulation.


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Runescape

Up to date as of February 07, 2010

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Ectoplasm is a slimy green glowing liquid, found in an underground basement near Port Phasmatys, called an Ectopool. Necrovarus uses this liquid to control the ghosts of Port Phasmatys, but he is thwarted by players during Ghosts Ahoy. It apparently has hidden magical properties regarding ghosts and the undead, which is the reason Necrovarus can control the ghosts of Phasmatys and also why he, along with his disciples, are still able to interact with living beings, even after many years of death.

It is can be used along with bonemeal to worship the Ectofuntus for training Prayer. If bones are ground and used with ectoplasm to worship the Ectofuntus, four times the normal amount of experience for the bones is given; which makes it a useful item that greatly impacts and cheapens training Prayer.

Quick way to obtain Ectoplasm

Items Wielded: Ghostspeak amulet.

Optional Items Ring of Duelling, Spotted/Spottier cape, Penance Gloves, Boots of Lightness, and Agile top and legs.

Items in inventory: Ectophial and 27 buckets.

  1. Start off at Port Phasmatys Bank and wield the items needed.
  2. Withdraw Ectophial.
  3. Withdraw 27 Buckets.
  4. Teleport to ectofunctus by ectophial.
  5. Refill ectophial.
  6. Go down trapdoor.
  7. Follow the pathway and stairs down to the slime pool.
  8. Use a bucket on the slime pool.
  9. When all buckets are full, Teleport to Ectofunctus by Ectophial, or Teleport to Castle Wars and skip to Step-11.
  10. Refill Ectophial.
  11. Run to bank.
  12. Deposit the buckets that for now contain the green liquid.
  13. Repeat Steps 3-12.

Trivia

  • The ghosts that inhabit Port Phasmatys are actually made of ectoplasm, as are mythical and real-life "spirits".
  • With the release of the Charter Ship, the sailors would sell players buckets of slime. However, this was quickly removed by Jagex after many players took advantage of this and bought tens of thousands of them for use at the Ectofuntus.
  • It used to be a tradeable item.
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