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Description Its internal structure causes it to reflect a rainbow of light.
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Sell Price 150
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Location Details Frozen Geode, Omni Geode

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Orpiment
Mineral: Geode, Omni Geode 80.0 Despite its high toxicity, this Mineral is widely used in manufacturing and folk medicine. Geode, Omni Geode
Soapstone
Mineral: Frozen Geode, Omni Geode 120.0 Because of its relatively soft consistency, this stone is very popular for carving. Frozen Geode, Omni Geode
Alamite
Mineral: Geode, Omni Geode 150.0 Its distinctive fluorescence makes it a favorite among rock collectors. Geode, Omni Geode
Helvite
Mineral: Magma Geode, Omni Geode 450.0 It grows in a triangular column. Magma Geode, Omni Geode
Geminite
Mineral: Frozen Geode, Omni Geode 150.0 Occurs in brilliant clusters. Frozen Geode, Omni Geode
Jasper
Mineral: Magma Geode, Omni Geode 150.0 When polished, this stone becomes attactively luminous. Prized by ancient peoples for thousands of years. Magma Geode, Omni Geode
Malachite
Mineral: Geode, Omni Geode 100.0 A popular ornamental stone, used in sculpture and to make green paint. Geode, Omni Geode
Calcite
Mineral: Geode, Omni Geode 75.0 This yellow crystal is speckled with shimmering nodules. Geode, Omni Geode
Basalt
Mineral: Magma Geode, Omni Geode 175.0 Forms near searing hot magma. Magma Geode, Omni Geode
Petrified Slime
Mineral: Geode, Omni Geode, Slime Ball 120.0 This little guy may be 100,000 years old. Geode, Omni Geode, Slime Ball

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Kyanite
Mineral: Frozen Geode, Omni Geode 250.0 The geometric faces are as smooth as glass. Frozen Geode, Omni Geode
Lemon Stone
Mineral: Magma Geode, Omni Geode 200.0 Some claim the powdered crystal is a dwarvish delicacy. Magma Geode, Omni Geode
Celestine
Mineral: Geode, Omni Geode 125.0 Some early life forms had bones made from this. Geode, Omni Geode
Bixite
Mineral: Magma Geode, Omni Geode, Black Slime 300.0 A dark metallic Mineral sought after for its cubic structure. Magma Geode, Omni Geode, Black Slime
Thunder Egg
Mineral: Geode, Omni Geode 100.0 According to legend, angry thunder spirits would throw these stones at one another. Geode, Omni Geode
Dolomite
Mineral: Magma Geode, Omni Geode 300.0 It can occur in coral reefs, often near an underwater volcano. Magma Geode, Omni Geode
Fairy Stone
Mineral: Frozen Geode, Omni Geode 250.0 An old miner's song suggests these are made from the bones of ancient fairies. Frozen Geode, Omni Geode
Jamborite
Mineral: Geode, Omni Geode 150.0 The crystals are so tightly packed it almost looks fuzzy. Geode, Omni Geode
Tigerseye
Mineral: Magma Geode, Omni Geode 275.0 A stripe of shimmering gold gives this gem a warm luster. Magma Geode, Omni Geode
Jagoite
Mineral: Geode, Omni Geode 115.0 A high volume of tiny crystals makes it very glittery. Geode, Omni Geode

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Granite
Mineral: Geode, Omni Geode 75.0 A speckled Mineral that is commonly used in construction. Geode, Omni Geode
Aerinite
Mineral: Frozen Geode, Omni Geode 125.0 These crystals are curiously light. Frozen Geode, Omni Geode
Limestone
Mineral: Geode, Omni Geode 15.0 A very common type of stone. It's not worth very much. Geode, Omni Geode
Fire Opal
Mineral: Magma Geode, Omni Geode 350.0 A rare variety of opal, named for its red spots. Magma Geode, Omni Geode
Baryte
Mineral: Magma Geode, Omni Geode 50.0 The best specimens resemble a desert rose. Magma Geode, Omni Geode
Ghost Crystal
Mineral: Frozen Geode, Omni Geode 200.0 There is an aura of coldness around this crystal. Frozen Geode, Omni Geode
Star Shards
Mineral: Magma Geode, Omni Geode 500.0 No one knows how these form. Some scientists claim that the microscopic structure displays unnatural regularity. Magma Geode, Omni Geode
Pyrite
Mineral: Frozen Geode, Omni Geode 120.0 Commonly known as "Fool's Gold". Frozen Geode, Omni Geode
Neptunite
Mineral: Magma Geode, Omni Geode, Black Slime 400.0 A jet-black crystal that is unusually reflective. Magma Geode, Omni Geode, Black Slime
Slate
Mineral: Geode, Omni Geode 85.0 It's extremely resistant to water, making it a good roofing material. Geode, Omni Geode

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Juice
Item: Basic 350.0 Basic 150.0
Fire Opal
Mineral: Magma Geode, Omni Geode 350.0 A rare variety of opal, named for its red spots. Magma Geode, Omni Geode
Frozen Geode
Item: Basic 536.0 Basic 100.0
Geode
Item: Basic 535.0 Basic 50.0
Magma Geode
Item: Basic 537.0 Basic 150.0
Opal
Item: Minerals 564.0 Minerals 150.0
Omni Geode
Mineral: The Mines, Skull Cavern, Carbon Ghost, Panning, The Oasis, Krobus 0.0 A blacksmith can break this open for you. These geodes contain a wide variety of Minerals. The Mines, Skull Cavern, Carbon Ghost, Panning, The Oasis, Krobus
Dwarvish Translation Guide
Item: Crafting 326.0 Crafting 50.0
Fire Opal
Item: Minerals 565.0 Minerals 350.0
Omni Geode
Item: Basic 749.0 Basic 0.0