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During the first four days of the game, The Mines are closed due to a landslide caused by the Joja Corporation. After 4 days, you will receive a letter in the mail saying that Joja Corp. has cleared the landslide, and you will have access to The Mines.
|Level 1||Level 2||Level 3||Level 4||Level 5|
|Crafting Recipes:||Crafting Recipes:||Cooking Recipes:||Crafting Recipes:||Choose a Profession:|
|Cherry Bomb||Staircase||Miner's Treat|| Miner
|Level 6||Level 7||Level 8||Level 9||Level 10|
|Crafting Recipes:||Crafting Recipes:||Crafting Recipes:||Crafting Recipes:||Miner:||Geologist:|
|Bomb||Transmute (Au)||Mega Bomb||Crystalarium||Blacksmith|| Excavator
Different rock types give different numbers of experience points. While generic rocks inside The Mines provide no experience bonus on their own, if coal is dropped, you are awarded 5 experience points (except in the case of the two gray rocks pictured below). No other "extra" drops from breaking rocks inside the Mines award experience points.
Experience level is increased immediately upon breaking a rock/boulder/node, but the "level up" window doesn't appear until after going to sleep.
The Geologist profession gives the specific gem nodes a 50% chance of spawning an additional gem. If this happens, then the amount of experience gained for each node is reduced.
|Any Rock (outside The Mines)|| 1|
If coal is dropped: 1 or 6.
|Gray Boulder (outside The Mines)||0|
|Rock, except for dark gray rocks (inside The Mines)|| 0|
If coal/ore dropped: 5
|Either of these dark gray rocks (inside The Mines)|| 3|
If coal is dropped: 4
|Amethyst Node|| 16|
Multiple spawns: 8
|Aquamarine Node|| 40|
Multiple spawns: 20
|Diamond Node|| 150|
Multiple spawns: 100
|Emerald Node|| 80|
Multiple spawns: 50
|Jade Node|| 40|
Multiple spawns: 20
|Ruby Node|| 80|
Multiple spawns: 50
|Topaz Node|| 16|
Multiple spawns: 8
|Geode Node (seen on the Hill-top Farm)||8|
|Frozen Geode Node (seen on the Hill-top Farm)||16|
|Magma Geode Node (seen on the Hill-top Farm)||32|
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All nodes (other than the Geode Nodes) may be found in the Skull Cavern or Quarry. The quarry on the Hill-top and Four-Corners Farm Maps can spawn geode nodes and the 4 ore nodes (copper, iron, gold, iridium). Copper and Iron nodes may be found in the Quarry Mine and in random dungeon levels in The Mines.
|Image||Name||Contains||Location in The Mines|
|Amethyst Node||Amethyst||Any level|
|Aquamarine Node||Aquamarine||Any level after reaching bottom of mines; Level 40+ otherwise|
|Copper Node||Copper Ore||Any level|
|Diamond Node||Diamond||Level 50+|
|Emerald Node||Emerald||Any level after reaching bottom of mines; Level 80+ otherwise|
|Gem Node||Amethyst, Aquamarine, Diamond, Emerald, Jade, Prismatic Shard, Ruby, or Topaz||Any level|
|Gold Node||Gold Ore||The Mines: (Level 80+)|
Skull Cavern: 10% chance of spawning at levels 60-79, 75% chance of spawning at levels 80+
Hill-top and Four-Corners Farm Maps after Mining Skill level 7
|Iridium Node||Iridium Ore, and a 4% chance for 1 Prismatic Shard||N/A, Hill-top and Four-Corners Farm Maps at Mining Skill level 10 only|
|Iron Node||Iron Ore||Level 40+ |
Hill-top and Four-Corners Farm Maps after Mining Skill level 4
|Jade Node||Jade||Any level after reaching bottom of mines; Level 40+ otherwise|
|Mystic Stone||1-3 Iridium Ore, 1-4 Gold Ore, and a 25% chance of 1 Prismatic Shard||Level 100-120 or at the Volcano Dungeon|
|Ruby Node||Ruby||Any level after reaching bottom of mines; Level 80+ otherwise|
Any level of the Volcano Dungeon
|Topaz Node||Topaz||Any level|
|Geode Node||Geode||N/A, Hill-top and Four-Corners Farm Maps only|
|Frozen Geode Node||Frozen Geode||N/A, Hill-top and Four-Corners Farm Maps only|
|Magma Geode Node||Magma Geode||N/A, Hill-top and Four-Corners Farm Maps only|
|Bone Node||Bone Fragments||N/A, Ginger Island quarry|
|Cinder Shard Node||Cinder Shards||N/A, Volcano Dungeon|
|Clay Node||Clay||N/A, Ginger Island quarry|
|Omni Geode Node||Omni Geodes||N/A, Volcano Dungeon|
|Radioactive Node||Radioactive Ore||Any level when the mines are in a "Dangerous" state|
|Mussel Node||Mussels||N/A, Ginger Island west side of the beach|
Diamond Nodes begin appearing at level 50 in the mines, at approximately 1 in 500 chance of appearing in place of a stone. For every level after level 50, frequency increases by .000016 per level. This makes for a .0028 chance for a diamond node to appear in place of a stone at floor 100 (1.2 in 500 or 7 in 2500), and ultimately a .003104 chance for a diamond node to appear in place of a stone at floor 119 (1.552 in 500 or 194 in 62500).
The chance for Gem Nodes to appear is very small, but is slightly increased by Mining Skill level and Daily Luck. The chance for Mystic Stones to appear is also increased by Mining Skill Level and daily Luck.
Certain cooked dishes will temporarily increase mining level.
|Image||Name||Description||Ingredients||Restores||Buff(s)||Buff Duration||Recipe Source(s)||Sell Price|
|Banana Pudding||A creamy dessert with a wonderful tropical flavor.|| Banana (1)
Milk (1) (Any)Sugar (1)
|Mining (+1) Luck (+1) Defense (+1)||5m 1s||Island Trader for Bone Fragment (30)||260g|
|Eggplant Parmesan||Tangy, cheesy, and wonderful.||Eggplant (1) Tomato (1)|| 175
|Mining (+1) Defense (+3)||4m 39s||
Lewis (Mail - 7+ )
|Cranberry Sauce||A festive treat.||Cranberries (1) Sugar (1)|| 125
|Mining (+2)||3m 30s||
Gus (Mail - 7+ )
|Miner's Treat||This should keep your energy up.||Cave Carrot (2) Sugar (1) Milk (1)|| 125
|Mining (+3) Magnetism (+32)||5m 35s||
Mining Level 3
|Maple Bar||It's a sweet doughnut topped with a rich maple glaze.||Maple Syrup (1) Sugar (1) Wheat Flour (1)|| 225
|Farming (+1) Fishing (+1) Mining (+1)||16m 47s||
|Magic Rock Candy||A rare and powerful candy infused with the essence of the prismatic shard.||N/A||500225||Mining (+2) Luck (+5) Speed (+1) Defense (+5) Attack (+5)||8m 24s||N/A||5,000g|
|Squid Ink Ravioli||Temporarily protects from debuffs.||Squid Ink (1) Wheat Flour (1) Tomato (1)|| 125
|Mining (+1) Squid Ink Ravioli Buff|| 4m 39s (Mining)
2m 59s (Squid Ink Ravioli Buff)
|Combat Level 9||150g|
- See: The Mines
- See: Skull Cavern
- See: Volcano Dungeon
- See GameLocation::breakStone in the game code.
- There are 2 different code sections to assign coal to a rock outside the mine. One is breakStone, a 5% * (1+(.005*MiningSkill)) chance of a rock giving coal which does give the +5 bonus. The other is onStoneDestroyed, a 3.5% chance for coal that doesn't give bonus XP. From a player's view, the game will randomly give 6 XP sometimes for coal dropping rocks, and sometimes just 1 randomly. Prospector causes breakStone to roll twice for the coal drop, while it doubles the chances for onStoneDestroyed to 7%.
- 1.0: Introduced.
- 1.1: The Blacksmith profession now increases the value of metal bars by 50%, up from 25%.
- 1.4: Fixed Prospector profession not applied to rocks destroyed in the mines.
- 1.5: Added new nodes found on Ginger Island and in the Dangerous Mines.
|Skills & Stats|
|Skills||Farming • Mining • Foraging • Fishing • Combat|
|Stats||Attack • Crit. Power • Defense • Immunity • Luck • Magnetism • Speed • Weight|