Logical solids are the most rigid phase of logic. In a logical solid, all truths depend on one another, and changing one truth causes it to contradict and leads to an explosion, shattering the solid. In a logical solid, omnipotence is impossible; the best one can achieve is nigh-omnipotence. Examples of logical solids include the interiors of omniverses and godverses.
Logical liquids occur when truths are uncoupled from each other; for example, there may be chunks of the crystal that follow ZF+C, and chunks of the crystal that follow ZF¬C. In a logical liquid, omnipotence is possible; changing a fact in the liquid will only alter the facts that depends on it, so entities suspended in the logical liquid can safely act only on sections of the liquid that they themselves are not logically dependent on. Examples of logical liquids include the Outside.
Logical gases occur when most truths are uncoupled from each other. In a logical gas, high degrees of omnipotence are possible, because changing any truth can be done without affecting any neighbouring truths. Examples of logical gases include Beyond, and the aftermath of an explosion.
Logical vacuums occur when there are no truths. In a logical vacuum, anything is possible, and Aspect Lords, Guardians, Ignotae, and other entities that need not exist can act freely to shift entire cosmologies. Examples of logical vacuums include Metempiric Space.