Ores

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Amethyst Ore

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Amethyst ore is a type of ore that contains amethysts. It can be found within stone at height 64 and below, spawning in veins of up to 3 ore. Any pickaxe can be used to mine the ore, causing it to drop in its ore form. An Amethyst will be produced if the ore is smelted.
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Bauxite Ore

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Bauxite is a new ore introduced in Pixelmon. Its main usage is the manufacturing of several Pixelmon machines.

Bauxite can be found within stone at height levels between 30 and 60, in veins of up to eight blocks. It is also a drop from certain wild Pokémon.

Bauxite ore requires at least an iron pickaxe to break. Due to this, it is possible to tell bauxite from iron by trying to break it with a stone pickaxe, as bauxite can't be broken with it while iron can. The color is slightly different as well; bauxite ore is a little more dull than iron ore.
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Crystal Ore

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Crystal ore is a type of ore that contains crystals. It can be found within stone at height 64 and below, spawning in veins of up to 3 ore. Any pickaxe can be used to mine the ore, causing it to drop in its ore form. A Crystal will be produced if the ore is smelted.
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Fossil Ore

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A Fossil block is a block that yields a random covered Fossil when mined. A pickaxe is required to harvest a Fossil from a Fossil block.

Fossil blocks are found within gravel piles at height levels 12-50. They are fairly uncommon finds, so it may take a while to find one. They will generate before any gravel in the world begins falling due to gravity, which is something to keep in mind while searching for them. Unlike the gravel surrounding them, Fossil blocks are not affected by gravity.

There are a few ways to find Fossils.

  • Searching caves for gravel piles between the height levels 12 and 50.
  • Searching the floors of Ocean/Deep Ocean biomes from a boat or mounted Pokémon. Since the floors of Oceans frequently consist of gravel, Fossil blocks are open to spot from above. To mine them underwater, it is useful to create an air bubble with a door.
  • Using Forage on sand with a Ground-type Pokémon will rarely produce a covered Fossil.

Fossil blocks are affected by Fortune enchantments, allowing multiple Fossils to be obtained from a single Fossil block. In this case, each Fossil type is chosen independently randomly, and several different Fossils may be obtained from the same block.

Ruby Ore

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Ruby ore is a type of ore that contains rubies. It can be found within stone at height 64 and below, spawning in veins of up to 3 ore. Any pickaxe can be used to mine the ore, causing it to drop in its ore form. A Ruby will be produced if the ore is smelted.
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Sapphire Ore

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Sapphire ore is a type of ore that contains sapphires. It can be found within stone at height 64 and below, spawning in veins of up to 3 ore. Any pickaxe can be used to mine the ore, causing it to drop in its ore form. A Sapphire will be produced if the ore is smelted.
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Silicon Ore

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Silicon ore is a type of ore that contains silicon. It can be found within stone at height 64 and below, spawning in veins of up to 3 ore. Any pickaxe can be used to mine the ore, causing it to drop in its ore form. A piece of Silicon will be produced if the ore is smelted.
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