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|A glowing red crystal commonly found near hot lava.|
|Source:||The Mines (floors 80+) Magma Geode Omni Geode Panning Fishing|
|Gemologist Profession: (+30% Sell Price)||130g|
Fire Quartz is a Mineral. It can be foraged in the Mines (floors 80+) or found inside a Magma Geode or Omni Geode. It can also be found by panning or inside Fishing Treasure Chests. It may occasionally be found in a Garbage Can after the player reaches the bottom of the mines.
Fire Quartz can be destroyed by bombs.
|Slime Egg-Press||Compresses 100 pieces of slime into a slime egg. It's a miracle of science!||Coal (25) Fire Quartz (1) Battery Pack (1)||Combat Level 6|
|Fire Quartz (1) Coal (1)||Furnace||1.5 hours||Refined Quartz (3)|
- Fire Quartz may be randomly requested during any season at the "Help Wanted" board outside Pierre's General Store for a reward of 300g and 150 Friendship points. Fire Quartz will never be requested until you have reached level 80+ of The Mines.
- Three Fire Quartz are requested by Lava Eel in a Fish Pond quest to increase the capacity of the pond from 1 to 3.
- 1.3: Added ability to smelt into Refined Quartz.
- 1.4: Can now be used in Tailoring. Can be requested in a Fish Pond quest.
|Foraged Minerals||Earth Crystal • Fire Quartz • Frozen Tear • Quartz|
|Gems||Amethyst • Aquamarine • Diamond • Emerald • Jade • Prismatic Shard • Ruby • Topaz|
|Geode Minerals||Aerinite • Alamite • Baryte • Basalt • Bixite • Calcite • Celestine • Dolomite • Esperite • Fairy Stone • Fire Opal • Fluorapatite • Geminite • Ghost Crystal • Granite • Helvite • Hematite • Jagoite • Jamborite • Jasper • Kyanite • Lemon Stone • Limestone • Lunarite • Malachite • Marble • Mudstone • Nekoite • Neptunite • Obsidian • Ocean Stone • Opal • Orpiment • Petrified Slime • Pyrite • Sandstone • Slate • Soapstone • Star Shards • Thunder Egg • Tigerseye|
|Geodes||Geode • Frozen Geode • Magma Geode • Omni Geode|