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Minerals

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Minerals are ores that spawn randomly throughout Europa's oceans, once mined and hauled back to the submarine they can be deconstructed into raw materials.

List of Minerals[edit | edit source]

Mineral Rarity Description Mineral Components
Titanite Mineral.png Titanite.png
Titanite
2 A mineral containing titanium and iron. Titanium.pngTitanium x3
Iron.pngIron
Brockite Mineral.png Brockite.png
Brockite
2 A mineral containing thorium and phosphorus. Phosphorus.pngPhosphorus
Thorium.pngThorium
Thorianite Mineral.png Thorianite.png
Thorianite
2 A rare mineral containing thorium. Thorium.pngThorium x2
Amblygonite Mineral.png Amblygonite.png
Amblygonite
3 A mineral composed of lithium, aluminium and sodium. Lithium.pngLithium
Aluminum.pngAluminium
Sodium.pngSodium
Sphalerite Mineral.png Sphalerite.png
Sphalerite
3 A mineral consisting largely of zinc in crystalline form. Zinc.pngZinc x3
Pyromorphite Mineral.png Pyromorphite.png
Pyromorphite
5 A mineral composed of chlorine. Chlorine.pngChlorine x2
Quartz Mineral.png Quartz.png
Quartz
3 A crystalline mineral composed of silicon. Silicon.pngSilicon x2
Diamond Mineral.png Diamond.png
Diamond
4 A crystal composed of solid carbon. Carbon.pngCarbon x3
Hydroxyapatite Mineral.png Hydroxyapatite.png
Hydroxyapatite
4 A mineral composed of calcium and phosphorus. Calcium.pngCalcium
Phosphorus.pngPhosphorus x2
Uranium Ore Mineral.png Uranium Ore.png
Uranium Ore
4 A mineral containing large concentrations of uranium. Uranium.pngUranium x3
Ilmenite Mineral.png Ilmenite.png
Ilmenite
4 A mineral containing titanium. Titanium.pngTitanium
Stannite Mineral.png Stannite.png
Stannite
4 A mineral composed of copper, iron and tin. Copper.pngCopper
Iron.pngIron
Tin.pngTin
Chalcopyrite Mineral.png Chalcopyrite.png
Chalcopyrite
4 A mineral containing copper. Copper.pngCopper
Esperite Mineral.png Esperite.png
Esperite
4 A mineral composed of zinc and lead. Zinc.pngZinc x2

Lead.pngLead

Galena Mineral.png Galena.png
Galena
5 A mineral mostly consisting of lead. Lead.pngLead x3
Triphylite Mineral.png Triphylite.png
Triphylite
5 A mineral containing lithium. Lithium.pngLithium
Langbeinite Mineral.png Langbeinite.png
Langbeinite
5 A mineral consisting of potassium and magnesium. Potassium.pngPotassium
Magnesium.pngMagnesium x2
Chamosite Mineral.png Chamosite.png
Chamosite
5 A mineral consisting of iron and aluminium. Iron.pngIron x2
Aluminum.pngAluminium
Iron Ore Mineral.png Iron Ore.png
Iron Ore
5 A mineral containing large amounts of iron. Iron.pngIron x4
Polyhalite Mineral.png Polyhalite.png
Polyhalite
5 A mineral consisting of potassium and calcium. Potassium.pngPotassium
Calcium.pngCalcium
Graphite Mineral.png Graphite.png
Graphite
6 Carbon in crystalline form. Carbon.pngCarbon x2
Sylvite Mineral.png Sylvite.png
Sylvite
7 A mineral containing potassium and sodium. Potassium.pngPotassium x2
Sodium.pngSodium
Lazulite Mineral.png Lazulite.png
Lazulite
6 A mineral containing phosphorus and iron. Phosphorus.pngPhosphorus x2
Iron.pngIron
Bornite Mineral.png Bornite.png
Bornite
6 A mineral containing copper. Copper.pngCopper
Cassiterite Mineral.png Cassiterite.png
Cassiterite
6 A mineral consisting of tin. Tin.pngTin x3
Cryolite Mineral.png Cryolite.png
Cryolite
6 A mineral containing sodium. Sodium.pngSodium x2
Aragonite Mineral.png Aragonite.png
Aragonite
7 A mineral containing calcium. Calcium.pngCalcium
Chrysoprase Mineral.png Chrysoprase.png
Chrysoprase
7 A mineral containing silicon. Silicon.pngSilicon