Mawine: This metal’s structure allows it to pass through iron and steel without touching them, seemingly shifting in and out of phase with reality. This quality earned the pale metal the nickname “the Dark Maw’s bite.” Mawine is associated with necromancy magic, prophecies of doom, and assassins. Mawine is the softest of the solid godmetals, being only slightly less malleable than lead. It doesn’t function well for crafting armor as a result, and though mawine weapons can penetrate most metal armors with relative ease, the weapons tend to break easily.

Mawine has 10 hit points per inch of thickness and hardness 5. A mawine weapon deals damage as if it were one size category smaller than its actual size, and is always treated as if it had the broken condition. It ignores all armor or shield bonuses granted by iron or steel armor or shields. Mawine weapons cannot damage these materials at all (and, by extension, cannot harm iron golems or similar creatures). A mawine weapon costs +5,000 gp. Rajuki dancers, the assassin’s guild devoted to Rajuk Amon-Gore often employ weapons made of mawine.