Hail: We have seen how to use goza mats and place a pentagom, and break it to get the color tile from the wood you use. As doing a large area takes a lot of boards, and getting a lot of frost/blood/heartwood is hard, i discoved a neat trick. I wanted to have a pentagom, with a different colored center piece. So i make a Frostwood pentagom. I placed the 9 goza mats on top of it, raised it, and placed a bloodwood pentagom on top of the mats. Lowered and broke it, and cut it up, and had a frostwood pentagom with a bloodwood center piece. However, it does not stay there. It will sink into the original pentagom when you leave the area, "AND BECOME THE SAME COLOR AS THE ORIGINAL PENTAGAM". oooooooh, weird.=Idea I did it again, with a frostwood on the bottom, and a normal wood pentagom on top. Lowered, broke, chopped, lowered. Same as above. recalled away and returned ,Then i CHOPPED THE ORIGINAL FROSTWOOD PENTAGOM AND GOT IT BACK, and it had converted the normal piece to frostwood also. So, with 100 frost/blood/ect, or 1 pigmet of tokuno dye use, and a few hundred or thousand NORMAL wood, you could have any color floor you wanted without needing the actual colored wood to do so.