Water Mote

TypeElemental Mote
Sourceoutside the Sea of Entropy

Water motes are composed of water and water energy. In liquid form they are gelatinous, not mixing with other liquids, and can be heavier or lighter than normal water. Some, even though looking small, hold great quantities of water, serving as wells in dry parched lands or even as a pool that can be moved about. They have been used seal cracks in basins and in a host of other applications. Water motes can also be solid like ice; often taking a lot more heat than normal to melt.