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Minerals are found items which can be turned into the museum for display. Most minerals are found by having Clint break open Geodes that can be found from breaking stones or while mining.

Many can also be found in unique mining nodes specific to levels of The Mines or Skull Cavern. Many of these nodes can also be found at the quarry. A number of minerals can be foraged or can drop from monsters as well.

After being donated the tooltip display will be revealed, minerals that say "Gunther can tell you more..." have yet to be donated. After donating once minerals cannot be donated again, but can be sold or used in some bundles and crafting recipes.

Geodes

Imagen Nombre Descripción Localización
Geode.png
Geoda Un herrero puede romperla y abrirla para ti. Mina Niveles 1-39

Granja

Frozen Geode.png
Geoda helada Un herrero puede romperla y abrirla para ti. Mina Niveles 41-79

Pesca Cofre (Lago?, Océano)

En la granja durante el invierno

Magma Geode.png
Geoda de magma Un herrero puede romperla y abrirla para ti. Mina Niveles 81-120

Pesca cofre (Océano,?)

Omni Geode.png
Omnigeoda Un herrero puede romperla y abrirla para ti. Estas geodas contienen una amplia variedad de minerales. 24px Cribar

Todos los niveles de Mina.

Todos los niveles de la Caverna de la calavera.

Vendido en el Oasis los miércoles.

Gemas

Imagen Nombre Descripción Venta Localización Usos
Esmeralda.png
Esmeralda Una piedra preciosa con un brillante color verde.

Gold.png250g

24px Emerald Node

24px Gem Node Niveles +80 de las minas Panning.png Panning

Clint / Dwarf / Emily /
Penny gift (Best)
Aquamarine.png
Aguamarina Una gema con brillo azul verdoso.

Gold.png180g

24px Aquamarine Node

24px Gem Node Niveles +40 de las minas Panning.png Panning Fishing Chest (%)

Dye Bundle

Clint / Dwarf / Emily gift (Best)

Rubí.png
Rubí Una piedra preciosa valorada por su intenso color y su hermoso brillo.

Gold.png250g

24px Ruby Node

24px Gem Node Niveles +80 de las minas Panning.png Panning

Clint / Dwarf / Emily (mejor) regalo
Amatista.png
Amatista Una variante morada del cuarzo.

Gold.png100g

24px Amethyst Node

24px Gem Node Nivel +1 de las minas Panning.png Panning

Abigail / Clint / Dwarf /
Emily gift (Best)
Topacio.png
Topacio Bastante común, pero aun así valorada por su belleza.

Gold.png80g

24px Topaz Node

24px Gem Node Nivel +1 de las minas Panning.png Panning Trash Cans

Clint / Dwarf / Emily gift (Best)
Jade.png
Jade Una piedra decorativa de color verde pálido.

Gold.png200g

24px Jade Node

24px Gem Node Niveles +40 de las minas Panning.png Panning Trash Cans

Dwarf / Clint /Emily gift (Best)
Diamante.png
Diamante Una gema rara y valiosa.

Gold.png750g

24px Diamond Node

24px Gem Node Niveles +50 de las minas Panning.png Panning

Anillo de Yoba

Mejor regalo para Evelyn / Gus / Jodi /
Krobus / Marnie / Maru /
Penny / Willy

Quartz.png
Cuarzo Un cristal transparente normalmente encontrado en cuevas y minas.
Quartz.png 25g
Quartz.pngSilver Quality Icon.png
31g
Quartz.pngGold Quality Icon.png
37g
Quartz.png Quartz

Nivel +1 de las minas

Geologists's Bundle

Cuarzo refinado

Fire Quartz.png
Cuarzo de fuego Un brillante cristal rojo, normalmente encontrado cerca de lava.
Fire Quartz.png 100g
Fire Quartz.pngSilver Quality Icon.png
125g
Fire Quartz.pngGold Quality Icon.png
150g
Fire Quartz.png Fire Quartz

Niveles +80 de las minas Panning.png Panning

Geologists's Bundle

Slime Egg-Press

Frozen Tear.png
Lágrima congelada Un cristal. Según la leyenda, son las lagrimas congeladas de un yeti.
Frozen Tear.png 75g
Frozen Tear.pngSilver Quality Icon.png
93g
Frozen Tear.pngGold Quality Icon.png
112g
Frozen Tear.png Frozen Tear

Niveles 40-79 de las minas Fishing Chest (%) Panning.png Panning

Geologists's Bundle

Anillo de Guerrero
Mejor regalo para Sebastian

Earth Crystal.png
Cristal de tierra Una sustancia resinosa encontrada cerca de la superficie.
Earth Crystal.png 50g
Earth Crystal.pngSilver Quality Icon.png
62g
Earth Crystal.pngGold Quality Icon.png
75g
Earth Crystal.png Earth Crystal

Niveles 1 - 39 de las minas Panning.png Panning Geode.png Geode

Geologists's Bundle

Mayonnaise Machine
Sturdy Ring

Ojo de tigre.png
Ojo de tigre Una franja de oro brillante le da a esta gema un lustre cálido.

Gold.png275g

Magma Geode.png Magma Geode

Omni Geode.png Omni Geode

Ópalo.png
Ópalo Cuando se pule, se vuelve atractivamente luminosa. Apreciada por los pueblos antiguos durante miles de años.

Gold.png150g

Frozen Geode.png Frozen Geode

Omni Geode.png Omni Geode

Ópalo de fuego.png
Ópalo de fuego Una rara variedad del ópalo, llamada así por sus manchas rojas.

Gold.png350g

Magma Geode.png Magma Geode

Omni Geode.png Omni Geode

Minerals

Image Name Description Price Location
Alamite Its distinctive fluorescence makes it a favorite among rock collectors.

Gold.png150g

Geode.png Geode

Omni Geode.png Omni Geode

Prismatic Shard.png
Prismatic Shard A very rare and powerful substance with unknown origins.
(Used in The Desert to obtain the Galaxy Sword)

Gold.png2000g

24px Iridium Node

Archivo:Mystic Stone.png Mystic Stone Omni Geode.png Omni Geode (1 / 250) 24px Shadow Brute (1 / 2000) 24px Void Spirit (1 / 2000) 24px Mummy (1 / 1000) 24pxSerpent (1 / 1000)

Bixite A dark metallic Mineral sought after for its cubic structure.

Gold.png300g

Magma Geode.png Magma Geode

Omni Geode.png Omni Geode

Baryte The best specimens resemble a desert rose.

Gold.png50g

Magma Geode.png Magma Geode

Omni Geode.png Omni Geode

Aerinite These crystals are curiously light.

Gold.png125g

Frozen Geode.png Frozen Geode

Omni Geode.png Omni Geode

Calcite This yellow crystal is speckled with shimmering nodules.

Gold.png75g

Geode.png Geode

Omni Geode.png Omni Geode

Dolomite It can occur in coral reefs, often near an underwater volcano.

Gold.png300g

Magma Geode.png Magma Geode

Omni Geode.png Omni Geode

Esperite.png
Esperite The crystals glow bright green when stimulated.

Gold.png100g

Frozen Geode.png Frozen Geode

Omni Geode.png Omni Geode

Fluorapatite Small amounts are found in human teeth.

Gold.png200g

Frozen Geode.png Frozen Geode

Omni Geode.png Omni Geode

Geminite Occurs in brilliant clusters.

Gold.png150g

Frozen Geode.png Frozen Geode

Omni Geode.png Omni Geode

Helvite It grows in a triangular column.

Gold.png450g

Magma Geode.png Magma Geode

Omni Geode.png Omni Geode

Jamborite The crystals are so tightly packed it almost looks fuzzy.

Gold.png150g

Geode.png Geode

Omni Geode.png Omni Geode

Jagoite A high volume of tiny crystals makes it very glittery.

Gold.png115g

Geode.png Geode

Omni Geode.png Omni Geode

Kyanite The geometric faces are as smooth as glass.

Gold.png250g

Frozen Geode.png Frozen Geode

Omni Geode.png Omni Geode

Lunarite The cratered white orbs form a tight cluster.

Gold.png200g

Frozen Geode.png Frozen Geode

Omni Geode.png Omni Geode

Malachite A popular ornamental stone, used in sculpture and to make green paint.

Gold.png100g

Geode.png Geode

Omni Geode.png Omni Geode

Neptunite A jet-black crystal that is unusually reflective.

Gold.png400g

Magma Geode.png Magma Geode

Omni Geode.png Omni Geode

Lemon Stone Some claim the powdered crystal is a dwarvish delicacy.

Gold.png200g

Magma Geode.png Magma Geode

Omni Geode.png Omni Geode

Nekoite The delicate shards form a tiny pink meadow.

Gold.png80g

Geode.png Geode

Omni Geode.png Omni Geode

Orpiment Despite its high toxicity, this Mineral is widely used in manufacturing and folk medicine.

Gold.png80g

Geode.png Geode

Omni Geode.png Omni Geode

Petrified Slime This little guy may be 100,000 years old.

Gold.png120g

Geode.png Geode

Omni Geode.png Omni Geode

Thunder Egg.png
Thunder Egg According to legend, angry thunder spirits would throw these stones at one another.

Gold.png100g

Geode.png Geode

Omni Geode.png Omni Geode

Pyrite Commonly known as "Fool's Gold".

Gold.png120g

Frozen Geode.png Frozen Geode

Omni Geode.png Omni Geode

Ocean Stone An old legend claims these stones are the mosaics of ancient mermaids.

Gold.png220g

Frozen Geode.png Frozen Geode

Omni Geode.png Omni Geode

Ghost Crystal There is an aura of coldness around this crystal.

Gold.png200g

Frozen Geode.png Frozen Geode

Omni Geode.png Omni Geode

Jasper When polished, this stone becomes attractively luminous. Prized by ancient peoples for thousands of years.

Gold.png150g

Magma Geode.png Magma Geode

Omni Geode.png Omni Geode

Celestine Some early life forms had bones made from this.

Gold.png125g

Geode.png Geode

Omni Geode.png Omni Geode

Marble A very popular material for sculptures and construction.

Gold.png110g

Frozen Geode.png Frozen Geode

Omni Geode.png Omni Geode

Sandstone A common type of stone with red and brown striations.

Gold.png60g

Geode.png Geode

Omni Geode.png Omni Geode

Granite A speckled Mineral that is commonly used in construction.

Gold.png75g

Geode.png Geode

Omni Geode.png Omni Geode

Basalt Forms near searing hot magma.

Gold.png175g

Magma Geode.png Magma Geode

Omni Geode.png Omni Geode

Limestone A very common type of stone. It's not worth very much.

Gold.png15g

Geode.png Geode

Omni Geode.png Omni Geode

Soapstone Because of its relatively soft consistency, this stone is very popular for carving.

Gold.png120g

Frozen Geode.png Frozen Geode

Omni Geode.png Omni Geode

Hematite An iron-based Mineral with interesting magnetic properties.

Gold.png150g

Frozen Geode.png Frozen Geode

Omni Geode.png Omni Geode

Mudstone A fine-grained rock made from ancient clay or mud.

Gold.png25g

Geode.png Geode

Omni Geode.png Omni Geode

Obsidian A volcanic glass that forms when lava cools rapidly.

Gold.png200g

Magma Geode.png Magma Geode

Omni Geode.png Omni Geode

Slate It's extremely resistant to water, making it a good roofing material.

Gold.png85g

Geode.png Geode

Omni Geode.png Omni Geode

Fairy Stone An old miner's song suggests these are made from the bones of ancient fairies.

Gold.png250g

Frozen Geode.png Frozen Geode

Omni Geode.png Omni Geode

Star Shards No one knows how these form. Some scientists claim that the microscopic structure displays unnatural regularity.

Gold.png500g

Magma Geode.png Magma Geode

Omni Geode.png Omni Geode

Resources

Image Name Description Price Source Location Tips
Coal.png
Coal A combustible rock that is useful for crafting and smelting.

Gold.png15g

Mining All mining levels, lost bags, minecarts or crafted at Charcoal Kiln. Rarely dropped by enemies. Most common on cavelayer 40-79 from Dust Sprites
Copper Ore.png
Copper Ore A common ore that can be smelted into bars.

Gold.png5g

Mining All mining levels Most common on cavelayer 30-39
Iron Ore.png
Iron Ore A fairly common ore that can be smelted into bars.

Gold.png10g

Mining Mining levels 40+ Most common on cavelayer 70-72
Gold Ore.png
Gold Ore A precious ore that can be smelted into bars.

Gold.png25g

Mining Mining levels 80+ Most common on cavelayer 101-103
Iridium Ore An exotic ore with many curious properties. Can be smelted into bars.

Gold.png100g

Mining Meteorite, Quarry, Skull Cavern, Omni Geodes, Magma Geodes, Fishing Chests, Statue of Perfection Skeleton key required to enter Skull Cavern

Refined

To get refined items, take the materials and put them into a refining station.

Image Name Description Price Station Ingredients
Refined Quartz A more pure form of quartz.

Gold.png50g

Furnace.png Furnace (1 hour 30 minutes) (Can also be made in a recycling machine) Quartz.png Quartz (1)Coal.png Coal (1)
Copper Bar.png
Copper Bar A bar of pure copper.

Gold.png60g

Furnace.png Furnace (30 minutes) Copper Ore.png Copper Ore (5)Coal.png Coal (1)
Iron Bar.png
Iron Bar A bar of pure iron.

Gold.png120g

Furnace.png Furnace (2 hours) Iron Ore.png Iron Ore (5)Coal.png Coal (1)
Gold Bar.png
Gold Bar A bar of pure gold.

Gold.png250g

Furnace.png Furnace (5 hours) Gold Ore.png Gold Ore (5)Coal.png Coal (1)
Iridium Bar.png
Iridium Bar A bar of pure iridium.

Gold.png1000g

Furnace.png Furnace (8 hours) (Can also be dropped in the Skull Cavern) 24px Iridium Ore (5)Coal.png Coal (1)

Collection

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Emerald Aquamarine Ruby Amethyst Topaz Jade Diamond Prismatic Shard Quartz Fire Quartz
Frozen Tear Earth Crystal Alamite Bixite Baryte Aerinite Calcite Dolomite Esperite Fluorapatite
Geminite Helvite Jamborite Jagoite Kyanite Lunarite Malachite Neptunite Lemon Stone Nekoite
Orpiment Petrified Slime Thunder Egg Pyrite Ocean Stone Ghost Crystal Tigerseye Jasper Opal Fire Opal
Celestine Marble Sandstone Granite Basalt Limestone Soapstone Hematite Mudstone Obsidian
Slate Fairy Stone Star Shards