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A type of material originally found in certain meteors. The Staff of Horus and the dagger that was used to kill Khufu and Chay-ara were made of this material.
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'''Nth metal''' is a type of material derived from certain meteors. The gemstones on the [[Staff of Horus]] and the dagger that was used to kill [[Khufu]] and [[Chay-Ara]] were made of this element. When two or more pieces of the mineral are in proximity of each other, they glow and can even be used to counteract each other.<ref>{{Ep|Legends of Yesterday}}</ref>
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==Trivia==
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*In the DC comic books, the metal is native to [[w:c:dc:Thanagar|Thanagar]], the home planet of [[Hawkman (Katar Hol)|Hawkman]] and [[Shayera Thal (New Earth)|Hawkwoman]]. A Thanagarian spaceship made of the metal crashed in ancient [[Egypt]] and was discovered by Khufu and Chay-ara. The exposure to Nth metal was what forced them into a cycle of reincarnation. In the 20th century, the couple's reincarnations [[Carter Hall]] and [[w:c:dc:Shiera Sanders (New Earth)|Shiera Sanders]] would wear Nth metal belts as Hawkman and Hawkgirl that allowed them to fly, among other effects.
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Revision as of 16:16, December 3, 2015

Nth metal is a type of material derived from certain meteors. The gemstones on the Staff of Horus and the dagger that was used to kill Khufu and Chay-Ara were made of this element. When two or more pieces of the mineral are in proximity of each other, they glow and can even be used to counteract each other.[1]

Trivia

  • In the DC comic books, the metal is native to Thanagar, the home planet of Hawkman and Hawkwoman. A Thanagarian spaceship made of the metal crashed in ancient Egypt and was discovered by Khufu and Chay-ara. The exposure to Nth metal was what forced them into a cycle of reincarnation. In the 20th century, the couple's reincarnations Carter Hall and Shiera Sanders would wear Nth metal belts as Hawkman and Hawkgirl that allowed them to fly, among other effects.

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