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It’s a hard one to photograph, the lava is like a mint green but it sometimes looks cream. It’s sort of translucent too which is strange because before I changed the fluid, it was deep green and almost flaky or speckled. Maybe that was because the fluid was cloudy and the bits of whatever made it cloudy were attached to the goo? I dunno but it’s a fun one for sure.
The flow is spectacular, and if I bought a Century (assuming it was a fairly basic one) and got this uncommon Aristocrat-- and further, replaced the fluid and got this stunning faded green/blue with the cream lava, now looking more like an also faded, but in that sense quite elegant, white/blue, with this killer flow-- I'd be tickled pink!
The uncommon high-cone version. I've no idea why a short period featured these.
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