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== Overview ==
 
Minerals are more frequent on volcanic planets and less frequent on glacial planets.
 
Minerals are more frequent on volcanic planets and less frequent on glacial planets.
   
 
There are four types of minerals: iron, silver, gold and titanium. Each comes in 3 sizes: tiny nugget, ordinary lump, and sizeable chunk. Both the type and the size of the mineral determine the depth at which it can be found.
 
There are four types of minerals: iron, silver, gold and titanium. Each comes in 3 sizes: tiny nugget, ordinary lump, and sizeable chunk. Both the type and the size of the mineral determine the depth at which it can be found.
   
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== Types ==
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'''Iron: '''Can be found at depth 0-200. More common on Class Ern, less common on Class Ilt. Appears red-brown.
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'''Silver:''' Can be found at depth 25-200. More common on Class Ilt, less common on Class Ern. Appears silver.
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'''Gold:''' Can be found at depth 50-225. More common on Class Sin, less common on Class Nir. Appears gold.
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'''Titanium:''' Can be found at depth 100-250. More common on Class Nir, less common on Class Sin. Appears light blue.
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== Sizes ==
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'''Tiny Nugget:''' The smallest size. Must be found, cannot be crafted. Used to make ordinary lumps.
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'''Ordinary Lump:''' The middle size. Can be crafted from tiny nuggets. Used to make sizeable chunks.
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'''Sizeable Chunk:''' The largest size. Can be crafted from ordinary lumps.
   
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== Depth Chart ==
{| border="0" cellpadding="1" cellspacing="1" class="article-table" style="float: left; width: 500px; height: 500px;"
 
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Shows the depth range for each mineral, by type and size.
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{| class="article-table" border="0" cellpadding="1" cellspacing="1" style="float: left; width: 500px; height: 500px;"
 
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! scope="row"|Mineral Type/Size
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! scope="row" |Mineral Type/Size
! scope="col"|Iron
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! scope="col" |Iron
! scope="col"|Silver
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! scope="col" |Silver
! scope="col"|Gold
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! scope="col" |Gold
! scope="col"|Titanium
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! scope="col" |Titanium
 
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! scope="row"|Tiny ____ Nugget
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! scope="row" |Tiny ____ Nugget
! scope="col"|0-100
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! scope="col" |0-100
! scope="col"|25-100
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! scope="col" |25-100
! scope="col"|50-125
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! scope="col" |50-125
! scope="col"|100-160
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! scope="col" |100-160
 
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Ordinary ____ Lump
 
Ordinary ____ Lump
 
|50-150
 
|50-150
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|150-210
 
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! scope="row"|Sizeable ____ Chunk
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! scope="row" |Sizeable ____ Chunk
 
|100-200
 
|100-200
 
|125-200
 
|125-200

Latest revision as of 23:55, 1 May 2017

Overview

Minerals are more frequent on volcanic planets and less frequent on glacial planets.

There are four types of minerals: iron, silver, gold and titanium. Each comes in 3 sizes: tiny nugget, ordinary lump, and sizeable chunk. Both the type and the size of the mineral determine the depth at which it can be found.

Types

Iron: Can be found at depth 0-200. More common on Class Ern, less common on Class Ilt. Appears red-brown.

Silver: Can be found at depth 25-200. More common on Class Ilt, less common on Class Ern. Appears silver.

Gold: Can be found at depth 50-225. More common on Class Sin, less common on Class Nir. Appears gold.

Titanium: Can be found at depth 100-250. More common on Class Nir, less common on Class Sin. Appears light blue.

Sizes

Tiny Nugget: The smallest size. Must be found, cannot be crafted. Used to make ordinary lumps.

Ordinary Lump: The middle size. Can be crafted from tiny nuggets. Used to make sizeable chunks.

Sizeable Chunk: The largest size. Can be crafted from ordinary lumps.

Depth Chart

Shows the depth range for each mineral, by type and size.

Mineral Type/Size Iron Silver Gold Titanium
Tiny ____ Nugget 0-100 25-100 50-125 100-160

Ordinary ____ Lump

50-150 75-150 100-175 150-210
Sizeable ____ Chunk 100-200 125-200 150-225 200-250