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The periodic table of fictional minerals

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We do love the periodic table and in turn, any innovative variation on the classic design. From the football one to the alcoholic version, we're eager to please in this very specific area.

Which is why we're so enjoying this clever example from Buy Metal Online which uses only fictional minerals from games, TV shows, books and movies.

You get maximum points if you can guess where at least five of them come from. We got Unobtainium so that's something...

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