Crescendium is a heavy metal with unusual properties. It’s as strong as titanium and has nearly the same weight but it’s a little bit heavier. Crescendium is completely clear when processed and is unique to Rhapsody. When Crescendium is processed with other metals it remains clear but it causes the tent and properties to change. There are only 5 metals that currently work with creating different Crescendium Alloys. If any other metal than the 5 is mixed or if more than 1 of the 5 is mixed with Crescendium it will either not form or turn into powder when it cools. Crescendium sings when struck, the more energy used to strike it, the louder it sings. This is why it’s not ideal for it to be used as a bomb shelter. If the force of the blast doesn’t kill you then the song of the crescendium will.
Raw iron = Red Crescendium
Red or Blood Crescendium is extremely heavy by comparison to the other variants of Crescendium. It’s used primarily are a pretty weight or various tools such as hammers and drill bits. It’s said that Blood Crescendium can cut through about anything. It’s particularly great at redistributing heat.
Silver = Blue Crescendium
Marine Crescendium is used primarily for décor and fancy silverware. When used to make house hold windows it completely reflects the sun’s UV rays and hums when struck. Marine Crescendium is bullet proof but not indestructible.
Copper = Green Crescendium
Green or Arc Crescendium is exceptionally good at holding large amounts of electrical energy. When it is full it is said to glow and sing
Gold = Purple Crescendium
Purple or Royal Crescendium is extremely conductive and more malleable than other forms of crescendium. Royal Crescendium wires are in the most sophisticated toys and are extremely hard to destroy.
Titanium = Dark Crescendium
Dark Crescendium resembles the stone apaches tear and is damn near indestructible while offering 60% UV protection. The process used to create Dark Crescendium makes it the most expensive variant.