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Nikolai Muravyov
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Glass Mask

Glass Mask (Japanese: ガラスの仮面, Hepburn: Garasu no Kamen) is a Japanese shōjo manga series written and illustrated by Suzue Miuchi, serialized in Hana to Yume from January 1976, and collected in 49 tankōbon volumes as of October 2012. The story has also been adapted into anime and a live-action television series. As of 2006, the collected volumes had sold 50 million copies in Japan, making it the second best-selling shōjo manga ever.[1] The title refers poetically to the mask of faces that actors wear - while expressing emotions that are not their own, the mask they wear (their acting) is as fragile as glass. If the actors are distracted, their mask will "break" and show on stage the actors' true feelings.

Glass Mask

Shadow mask lithography is used in a variety of microsystem applications to realize a cost effective, structured thin film deposition. Especially in the field of OLED displays and sensors for point-of-care diagnostics shadow masks are considered to be the mainstream technology. Fine Glass Masks are a superior technology to the Fine Metal Mask used today.

The Glass Mask is the most powerful hat in terms of defense, providing +30 Defense and -10 Evasion in the 2D versions. It can be dropped from Deathmask or Proto Deathmask. In 2D versions, it is capable of being equipped by any character. In the 3D version, it can only be equipped by Cecil, Kain, Rydia, Rosa, and Edge.

The Glass Mask is one of the more powerful helmets, providing +30 Defense and -10% Evasion, and equippable by all characters. It still boasts the highest defense of any helmet, although its magic defense is still lacking. It can only be dropped from Proto Deathmask (very rare). 041b061a72


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