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Mineralien kann man finden indem man eine Geode aufbricht oder sie in der Mine sucht. Findet man ein Mineral zum ersten Mal, kann die erste Probe dem Museum gespendet werden. Mineralien können verkauft werden. Sie können später zu günstigen Preisen verkauft werden.

Liste aller Mineralien[]

Bild Name Beschreibung Preis
48x48px Aerinite Diese Kristalle sind seltsam leicht. 125 G icon.png
50x50px Alamite Seine charakteristische Fluoreszenz macht es zu einem Favoriten unter Steinsammlern. 150 G icon.png
60x60px Amethyst Eine violette Quarzart. 100 G icon.png
48x48px Aquamarine Ein schimmernder, blaugrüner Edelstein. 180 G icon.png
48x48px Baryte Die besten Exemplare ähneln einer Wüstenrose. 50 G icon.png
48x48px Basalt Bildet sich in der Nähe von sengend heißem Magma. 175 G icon.png
48x48px Bixite Ein dunkles metallisches Mineral, das wegen seiner kubischen Struktur begehrt ist. 300 G icon.png
48x48px Calcite Dieser gelbe Edelstein ist mit schimmernden Klümpchen gesprenkelt. 75 G icon.png
48x48px Celestine Einige frühzeitliche Lebensformen hatten Knochen die daraus bestanden. 125 G icon.png
48x48px Diamond Ein seltenes und wertvolles Juwel. 750 G icon.png
48x48px Dolomite Es kann in Korallenriffen vorkommen, oft in der Nähe eines Unterwasservulkans. 300 G icon.png
64x64px Earth Crystal Eine harzige Substanz, die nahe der Oberfläche gefunden wird. 50/62/75 G icon.png
48x48px Emerald Ein Edelstein von leuchtend grüner Farbe. 250 G icon.png
48x48px Esperite The crystals glow bright green when stimulated. 100 G icon.png
48x48px Fairy Stone An old miner's song suggests these are made from the bones of ancient fairies. 250 G icon.png
48x48px Fire Opal A rare variety of opal, named for its red spots. 350 G icon.png
48x48px Fire Quartz A glowing red crystal commonly found near hot lava. 100 G icon.png
48x48px Fluorapatite Small amounts are found in human teeth. 200 G icon.png
50x50px Frozen Tear A crystal fabled to be the frozen tears of a yeti. 75/93 G icon.png
48x48px Geminite Occurs in brilliant clusters. 150 G icon.png
48x48px Ghost Crystal There is an aura of coldness around this crystal. 200 G icon.png
48x48px Granite A speckled Mineral that is commonly used in construction. 75 G icon.png
48x48px Helvite It grows in a triangular column. 450 G icon.png
48x48px Hematite An iron-based Mineral with interesting magnetic properties. 150 G icon.png
48x48px Jade A pale green ornamental stone. 200 G icon.png
48x48px Jagoite A high volume of tiny crystals makes it very glittery. 115 G icon.png
48x48px Jamborite The crystals are so tightly packed it almost looks fuzzy. 150 G icon.png
48x48px Jasper When polished, this stone becomes attactively luminous. Prized by ancient peoples for thousands of years. 150 G icon.png
48x48px Kyanite The geometric faces are as smooth as glass. 250 G icon.png
48x48px Lemon Stone Some claim the powdered crystal is a dwarvish delicacy. 200 G icon.png
48x48px Limestone A very common type of stone. It's not worth very much. 15 G icon.png
48x48px Lunarite The cratered white orbs form a tight cluster. 200 G icon.png
48x48px Malachite A common ornamental stone, used in sculpture and to make green paint. 100 G icon.png
48x48px Marble A very popular material for sculptures and construction. 110 G icon.png
48x48px Mudstone A fine-grained rock made from clay or mud. 25 G icon.png
48x48px Nekoite The delicate shards form a tiny pink meadow. 80 G icon.png
Neptunite A jet-black crystal that is unusually reflective. 400 G icon.png
48x48px Obsidian A volcanic glass that forms when lava cools rapidly. 200 G icon.png
48x48px Ocean Stone An old legend claims these stones are the mosaics of ancient mermaids. 220 G icon.png
Opal.png Opal Its internal structure causes it to reflect a rainbow of light. 150 G icon.png
48x48px Orpiment Despite its high toxicity, this Mineral is widely used in manufacturing and folk medicine. 80 G icon.png
48x48px Petrified Slime This little guy may be 100,000 years old. 120 G icon.png
48x48px Prismatic Shard A very rare and powerful substance with unknown origins. 2000 G icon.png
48x48px Pyrite Commonly known as "Fool's Gold". 120g G icon.png
48x48px Quartz A clear crystal commonly found in caves and mines. 25/31/37 G icon.png
48x48px Ruby A precious stone that is sought after for its rich color and beautiful luster. 250 G icon.png
48x48px Sandstone A common type of stone with red and brown striations. 60 G icon.png
48x48px Slate It's extremely resistant to water, making it a good roofing material. 85 G icon.png
48x48px Soapstone Because of its relatively soft consistency, this stone is very popular for carving. 120 G icon.png
48x48px Star Shards No one knows how these form. Some scientists claim that the microscopic structure displays unnatural regularity. 500 G icon.png
48x48px Thunder Egg According to legend, angry thunder spirits would throw these stones at one another. 100 G icon.png
48x48px Tigerseye A stripe of shimmering gold gives this gem a warm luster. 275 G icon.png
48x48px Topaz Fairly common but still prized for its beauty. 80 G icon.png

Safe to sell after Donation[]

Image Name Description Price
48x48px Aerinite These crystals are curiously light. 125 G icon.png
50x50px Alamite It's distinctive fluorescence makes it a favorite among rock collectors. 150 G icon.png
48x48px Baryte The best specimens resemble a desert rose. 50 G icon.png
48x48px Bixite A dark metallic Mineral sought after for its cubic structure. 300 G icon.png
48x48px Calcite This yellow gem is speckled with shimmering nodules. 75 G icon.png
48x48px Celestine Some early life forms had bones made from this. 125 G icon.png
48x48px Dolomite It can occur in coral reefs, often near an underwater volcano. 300 G icon.png
48x48px Esperite The crystals glow bright green when stimulated. 100 G icon.png
48x48px Fairy Stone An old miner's song suggests these are made from the bones of ancient fairies. 250 G icon.png
48x48px Fire Opal A rare variety of opal, named for its red spots. 350 G icon.png
48x48px Fluorapatite Small amounts are found in human teeth. 200 G icon.png
48x48px Geminite Occurs in brilliant clusters. 150 G icon.png
48x48px Ghost Crystal There is an aura of coldness around this crystal. 200 G icon.png
48x48px Helvite It grows in a triangular column. 450 G icon.png
48x48px Hematite An iron-based Mineral with interesting magnetic properties. 150 G icon.png
48x48px Jagoite A high volume of tiny crystals makes it very glittery. 115 G icon.png
48x48px Jamborite The crystals are so tightly packed it almost looks fuzzy. 150 G icon.png
48x48px Jasper When polished, this stone becomes attactively luminous. Prized by ancient peoples for thousands of years. 150 G icon.png
48x48px Kyanite The geometric faces are as smooth as glass. 250 G icon.png
48x48px Lunarite The cratered white orbs form a tight cluster. 200 G icon.png
48x48px Malachite A common ornamental stone, used in sculpture and to make green paint. 100 G icon.png
48x48px Nekoite The delicate shards form a tiny pink meadow. 80 G icon.png
Neptunite A jet-black crystal that is unusually reflective. 400 G icon.png
Opal.png Opal Its internal structure causes it to reflect a rainbow of light. 150 G icon.png
48x48px Orpiment Despite its high toxicity, this Mineral is widely used in manufacturing and folk medicine. 80 G icon.png
48x48px Pyrite Commonly known as "Fool's Gold". 120g G icon.png
48x48px Sandstone A common type of stone with red and brown striations. 60 G icon.png
48x48px Slate It's extremely resistant to water, making it a good roofing material. 85 G icon.png
48x48px Soapstone Because of its relatively soft consistency, this stone is very popular for carving. 120 G icon.png
48x48px Star Shards No one knows how these form. Some scientists claim that the microscopic structure displays unnatural regularity. 500 G icon.png
48x48px Thunder Egg According to legend, angry thunder spirits would throw these stones at one another. 100 G icon.png

Smaragd(250), Aquamarin(180), Rubin(250), Amethyst(100), Topaz(80), Jade(200), Diamant(750), Prismatische Scherbe(2000), Quarz(25), Feuer-Quarz(100), gefrorene Träne(75), Erdkristall(50), Bixit(300), Aerinit(125), Esperit(100), Fluorapatit(200), Helvit(450), Jamborit(150), Kyanit(250), Lunarit(200), Malachit(100), Neptunit(400), Nekoit(80), Auripigment(80), Versteinerter Schleim(120), Pyrit(120), Jaspis(150), Sandstein(60), Granit(75), Basalt(175), Kalkstein(15), Speckstein(120), Hämatit(150), Obsidian(200), Schiefer(85), Feenstein(250), Sternenscherben(500)


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