A rotational quark-retardant vincibility matrix can be formed in a vacuum-sealed Baltovsky chamber, and has uses ranging from photonic dampening, hyperflux recombination, and demagnetizing your photic beams. Creating a rotational quark-retardant vincibility matrix is a very easy procedure, often done by beginners as a first project to learn the basics. Expert VXers can easily create a RQRV matrix with a much simpler yet more complex procedure, however it takes months before mastering.

Beginners Method for making a RQRV matrix Edit

First, gather these materials:

  • A flux meter, for detecting flux levels.
  • Any standard-sized Baltovsky chamber (10*4.47257 - 10*4.49857 µBTU)
  • Photonic manipulator module
  • A standard amplification module
  • Size 10 tropification drill

Once you have gathered the correct materials, start assembly as follows:

  1. Rotate your Baltovsky chamber so that it faces towards you.
  2. Using the tropification drill, tropify the top-right fastener of the Baltovsky chamber and slowly take off the front panel.
  3. Make sure the chamber has been cleaned recently. If not, follow page 10,793 of the The Orange Book for cleaning instructions.
  4. Use your flux meter and make sure no extra flux has contaminated the chamber.
  5. Reattach the front panel.
  6. Reverse the polarity of your tropification drill and detropify the top-right fastener.
  7. Connect the amplification module on the back side of the Baltovsky chamber into the size 12 port (third from the left).
  8. Power on the amplification module using the switch on the left side.
  9. Power on the Baltovsky chamber using the switch on the right.

Run a standard C-class diagnostic test 11A on the Baltovsky chamber. If the readings are negative, immediately power down your module and vacuum seal it in a hyperfreezer set to -10*7.3794 degrees and let it sit for an hour. If the readings are positive, slowly increase flux variance until the flux meter reaches 500 KL.

Congratulations! You may now look through the right viewing panel of your chamber and observe the thin membrane that has formed in the center. If your membrane is toroidal, you accidentally used hyperflux. Power down all modules and repeat the process.