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Rocks, Gems, and Metals

In The Sims 3, there are a lot of collectible items found around town. These items can be fun to collect, and valuable too. A full guide to these gems (including how to make the best profits) is below.

Collecting Rocks, Gems, and Metals

You can find these collectibles in various ways:

  • Regular Collecting: Space rocks, metal ores, and raw gems will appear or "spawn" on the ground. They tend to spawn around landmarks like mines, clusters of trees, or boulders, though they may be out in the open too (especially space rocks). Particular rocks, metals, and gems will spawn in particular locations and will not spawn everywhere. Each location can have several items that can spawn there at different rates. Which items spawn for your sims is random - you are just as likely to find a rare one on your first day collecting as your hundredth. This can be a quick way of collecting lots of rocks, gems, and metals, but can be time consuming with your sim running all over.
  • Exploring Catacombs: The mausoleum in each of the graveyards can be explored to find rocks, gems, and metals as well as other collectibles like books, seeds, and gnomes.
  • Rummaging in Trash: The "rummage" option on trashcans of inhabited homes can result in a mixture of items ranging from rubber duckies and bubble bath to high-value rare gems, metals, and rocks - but it also tends to fill your sim's inventory with Trash, which will give them a Disgusted moodlet and make them stink. Rich sims tend to have higher value items in their trash than middle class or poor sims.
  • Breaking Space Rocks: In EP1: World Adventures, when your sims get high enough in Martial Arts skill, they can break Space Rock blocks instead of wood or stone blocks. There is a 70% chance when breaking a Space Rock Block that your sim will get at least one gem (though you can get up to three gems from one block). This means a 30% chance of getting nothing, 49% chance of getting a low value gem, 19.6% chance of a medium value gem, and about a 1% chance of getting a high value gem. This can be the most profitable and easiest method of collecting gems, since your sim can stay at home and do it in their living room and just pick up the goods afterward.
  • Tomb Adventuring: In EP1: World Adventures, you can locate items laying around in tombs, hidden in holes, and in treasure chests. For more information on tomb adventuring, see: Tomb Adventuring.


Gems

Many precious and semi-precious stones (some real, some simaginary) can be collected for fun and profit. Some are more rare and valuable than others, and you can get them cut to enhance their beauty, and depending on the cut, their value too. Gems look lovely on display in your sims' homes.

New in supernatural: Tiberium Gem Dust, will grow into new tiberium crystals

Gem Spawn Locations

Some of the rarest gems, Rainbow Gem and Pink Diamond, can be an almighty pain to find due to their extremely low spawn rates. Below are the spawn locations for those two rarest gems in Sunset Valley and for Pink Diamond in Twinbrook. You may have to wait quite a while for the gems to spawn there, but at least you know where to go to look. These may not be complete spawn locations - they may spawn in more locations than these.

Rainbow Gem Spawn Locations in Sunset Valley

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Near the beach, across the road from the three vacant lots on Redwood Pkwy, between a large pine tree and a big rock. On a small hill to the right of the path leading up to the mine on Pinochle Point. Right behind Outstanding Citizen Warehouse Corp, near the dumpster and pink tree. May spawn outside the fence, or inside it.


Pink Diamond Spawn Locations in Sunset Valley

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Near the beach, on the hill below Wagner's Repose on Redwood Pkwy. On a little rise just off the path leading up to Pinochle Pond, near Goth Manor. About halfway down the path behind Llama Memorial Stadium, leading to Crystal Springs, behind/under/around a bush at the bend in the path.


Pink Diamond Spawn Locations in Twinbrook

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Next to the amphitheater, in the shade of the trees surrounding it. Under the trees behind the cheap diner.

Regular Gem Values

The chart below is for the regular gems only. Numbers indicated are the minimum and maximum values per cut. Average profit is listed in parentheses, and the cut with the best average profit per type is in bold. Average profit is: (Minimum uncut cost x Cut multiplier) + (Maximum uncut cost x Cut multiplier) / 2 - Cut cost

If you just want to know the best cut to use per gem, just look at which one is bolded and shaded. Using that cut will, on average, give you the highest profit, though this may vary from one particular gem to another.

CS Note: All the values in the chart below were recalculated based on the uncut gem values in the original table, with the exception of the three new Supernatural stones which used values from the game files.


Name Icon EP Uncut Emerald Cut Oval Cut Pear Cut Plumbbob Cut Marquis Cut Crystal Ball Cut Brilliant Cut Star Cut Heart Cut Sun Cut Moon Cut
Blue Topaz BlueTopaz.jpg Base Game § 9 - 21 ( 15 ) § 11 - 26 ( 9 ) § 14 - 32 ( 3 ) § 16 - 37 ( -9 ) § 18 - 42 ( -20 ) § 21 - 48 ( -41 ) § 23 - 55 ( -61 ) § 32 - 74 ( -198 ) § 36 - 84 ( -340 ) § 45 - 105 ( -925 ) § 45 - 105 ( -525 ) § 45 - 105 ( -525 )
Smoky Quartz SmokyQuartz.jpg Base Game § 15 - 25 ( 20 ) § 19 - 31 ( 15 ) § 23 - 38 ( 10 ) § 26 - 44 ( 0 ) § 30 - 50 ( -10 ) § 35 - 58 ( -29 ) § 39 - 65 ( -48 ) § 53 - 88 ( -180 ) § 60 - 100 ( -320 ) § 75 - 125 ( -900 ) § 75 - 125 ( -500 ) § 75 - 125 ( -500 )
Emerald Emerald.jpg Base Game § 20 - 30 ( 25 ) § 25 - 38 ( 21 ) § 30 - 45 ( 18 ) § 35 - 53 ( 9 ) § 40 - 60 ( 0 ) § 46 - 69 ( -18 ) § 52 - 78 ( -35 ) § 70 - 105 ( -163 ) § 80 - 120 ( -300 ) § 100 - 150 ( -875 ) § 100 - 150 ( -475 ) § 100 - 150 ( -475 )
Ruby Ruby.jpg Base Game § 25 - 35 ( 30 ) § 31 - 44 ( 28 ) § 38 - 53 ( 25 ) § 44 - 61 ( 18 ) § 50 - 70 ( 10 ) § 58 - 81 ( -6 ) § 65 - 91 ( -22 ) § 88 - 123 ( -145 ) § 100 - 140 ( -280 ) § 125 - 175 ( -850 ) § 125 - 175 ( -450 ) § 125 - 175 ( -450 )
Yellow Sapphire YellowSapphire.jpg Base Game § 35 - 60 ( 48 ) § 44 - 75 ( 49 ) § 53 - 90 ( 51 ) § 61 - 105 ( 48 ) § 70 - 120 ( 45 ) § 81 - 138 ( 34 ) § 91 - 156 ( 24 ) § 123 - 210 ( -84 ) § 140 - 240 ( -210 ) § 175 - 300 ( -763 ) § 175 - 300 ( -363 ) § 175 - 300 ( -363 )
Tanzanite Tanzanite.jpg Base Game § 65 - 95 ( 80 ) § 81 - 119 ( 90 ) § 98 - 143 ( 100 ) § 114 - 166 ( 105 ) § 130 - 190 ( 110 ) § 150 - 219 ( 109 ) § 169 - 247 ( 108 ) § 228 - 333 ( 30 ) § 260 - 380 ( -80 ) § 325 - 475 ( -600 ) § 325 - 475 ( -200 ) § 325 - 475 ( -200 )
Diamond Diamond.jpg Base Game § 100 - 200 ( 150 ) § 125 - 250 ( 178 ) § 150 - 300 ( 205 ) § 175 - 350 ( 228 ) § 200 - 400 ( 250 ) § 230 - 460 ( 270 ) § 260 - 520 ( 290 ) § 350 - 700 ( 275 ) § 400 - 800 ( 200 ) § 500 - 1000 ( -250 ) § 500 - 1000 ( 150 ) § 500 - 1000 ( 150 )
Luminorious Gem Luminorious.jpg Base Game § 150 - 350 ( 250 ) § 188 - 438 ( 303 ) § 225 - 525 ( 355 ) § 263 - 613 ( 403 ) § 300 - 700 ( 450 ) § 345 - 805 ( 500 ) § 390 - 910 ( 550 ) § 525 - 1225 ( 625 ) § 600 - 1400 ( 600 ) § 750 - 1750 ( 250 ) § 750 - 1750 ( 650 ) § 750 - 1750 ( 650 )
Rainbow Gem RainbowGem.jpg Base Game § 450 - 700 ( 575 ) § 563 - 875 ( 709 ) § 675 - 1050 ( 843 ) § 788 - 1225 ( 971 ) § 900 - 1400 ( 1100 ) § 1035 - 1610 ( 1248 ) § 1170 - 1820 ( 1395 ) § 1575 - 2450 ( 1763 ) § 1800 - 2800 ( 1900 ) § 2250 - 3500 ( 1875 ) § 2250 - 3500 ( 2275 ) § 2250 - 3500 ( 2275 )
Pink Diamond PinkDiamond.jpg Base Game § 1200 - 1650 ( 1425 ) § 1500 - 2063 ( 1771 ) § 1800 - 2475 ( 2118 ) § 2100 - 2888 ( 2459 ) § 2400 - 3300 ( 2800 ) § 2760 - 3795 ( 3203 ) § 3120 - 4290 ( 3605 ) § 4200 - 5775 ( 4738 ) § 4800 - 6600 ( 5300 ) § 6000 - 8250 ( 6125 ) § 6000 - 8250 ( 6525 ) § 6000 - 8250 ( 6525 )
Quartz Quartz.jpg World Adventures § 10 - 18 ( 14 ) § 13 - 23 ( 8 ) § 15 - 27 ( 1 ) § 18 - 32 ( -11 ) § 20 - 36 ( -22 ) § 23 - 41 ( -43 ) § 26 - 47 ( -64 ) § 35 - 63 ( -201 ) § 40 - 72 ( -344 ) § 50 - 90 ( -930 ) § 50 - 90 ( -530 ) § 50 - 90 ( -530 )
Amethyst Amethyst.jpg World Adventures
(France)
§ 18 - 24 ( 21 ) § 23 - 30 ( 16 ) § 27 - 36 ( 12 ) § 32 - 42 ( 2 ) § 36 - 48 ( -8 ) § 41 - 55 ( -27 ) § 47 - 62 ( -45 ) § 63 - 84 ( -177 ) § 72 - 96 ( -316 ) § 90 - 120 ( -895 ) § 90 - 120 ( -495 ) § 90 - 120 ( -495 )
Citrine Citrine.jpg World Adventures
(France)
§ 35 - 53 ( 44 ) § 44 - 66 ( 45 ) § 53 - 80 ( 46 ) § 61 - 93 ( 42 ) § 70 - 106 ( 38 ) § 81 - 122 ( 26 ) § 91 - 138 ( 14 ) § 123 - 186 ( -96 ) § 140 - 212 ( -224 ) § 175 - 265 ( -780 ) § 175 - 265 ( -380 ) § 175 - 265 ( -380 )
Opal Opal.jpg World Adventures
(France)
§ 350 - 520 ( 435 ) § 438 - 650 ( 534 ) § 525 - 780 ( 633 ) § 613 - 910 ( 726 ) § 700 - 1040 ( 820 ) § 805 - 1196 ( 926 ) § 910 - 1352 ( 1031 ) § 1225 - 1820 ( 1273 ) § 1400 - 2080 ( 1340 ) § 1750 - 2600 ( 1175 ) § 1750 - 2600 ( 1575 ) § 1750 - 2600 ( 1575 )
Alabaster Alabaster.jpg World Adventures
(Egypt)
§ 9 - 55 ( 32 ) § 11 - 69 ( 30 ) § 14 - 83 ( 28 ) § 16 - 96 ( 21 ) § 18 - 110 ( 14 ) § 21 - 127 ( -1 ) § 23 - 143 ( -17 ) § 32 - 193 ( -138 ) § 36 - 220 ( -272 ) § 45 - 275 ( -840 ) § 45 - 275 ( -440 ) § 45 - 275 ( -440 )
Turquoise Turquoise.jpg World Adventures
(Egypt)
§ 60 - 70 ( 65 ) § 75 - 88 ( 71 ) § 90 - 105 ( 78 ) § 105 - 123 ( 79 ) § 120 - 140 ( 80 ) § 138 - 161 ( 75 ) § 156 - 182 ( 69 ) § 210 - 245 ( -23 ) § 240 - 280 ( -140 ) § 300 - 350 ( -675 ) § 300 - 350 ( -275 ) § 300 - 350 ( -275 )
Lapis Lazuli LapisLazuli.jpg World Adventures
(China)
§ 12 - 30 ( 21 ) § 15 - 38 ( 16 ) § 18 - 45 ( 12 ) § 21 - 53 ( 2 ) § 24 - 60 ( -8 ) § 28 - 69 ( -27 ) § 31 - 78 ( -45 ) § 42 - 105 ( -177 ) § 48 - 120 ( -316 ) § 60 - 150 ( -895 ) § 60 - 150 ( -495 ) § 60 - 150 ( -495 )
Jade Jade.jpg World Adventures
(China)
§ 120 - 240 ( 180 ) § 150 - 300 ( 215 ) § 180 - 360 ( 250 ) § 210 - 420 ( 280 ) § 240 - 480 ( 310 ) § 276 - 552 ( 339 ) § 312 - 624 ( 368 ) § 420 - 840 ( 380 ) § 480 - 960 ( 320 ) § 600 - 1200 ( -100 ) § 600 - 1200 ( 300 ) § 600 - 1200 ( 300 )
Fluorite Fluorite.jpg Ambitions § 300 - 500 ( 400 ) § 375 - 625 ( 490 ) § 450 - 750 ( 580 ) § 525 - 875 ( 665 ) § 600 - 1000 ( 750 ) § 690 - 1150 ( 845 ) § 780 - 1300 ( 940 ) § 1050 - 1750 ( 1150 ) § 1200 - 2000 ( 1200 ) § 1500 - 2500 ( 1000 ) § 1500 - 2500 ( 1400 ) § 1500 - 2500 ( 1400 )
Smithsonite Smithsonite.jpg Late Night § 31 - 71 ( 51 ) § 39 - 89 ( 54 ) § 47 - 107 ( 57 ) § 54 - 124 ( 54 ) § 62 - 142 ( 52 ) § 71 - 163 ( 42 ) § 81 - 185 ( 33 ) § 109 - 249 ( -72 ) § 124 - 284 ( -196 ) § 155 - 355 ( -745 ) § 155 - 355 ( -345 ) § 155 - 355 ( -345 )
Vampire's Eye Vampireseye.jpg Late Night § 220 - 375 ( 298 ) § 275 - 469 ( 362 ) § 330 - 563 ( 426 ) § 385 - 656 ( 486 ) § 440 - 750 ( 545 ) § 506 - 863 ( 609 ) § 572 - 975 ( 674 ) § 770 - 1313 ( 791 ) § 880 - 1500 ( 790 ) § 1100 - 1875 ( 488 ) § 1100 - 1875 ( 888 ) § 1100 - 1875 ( 888 )
Bloodstone Bloodstone.png Supernatural § 35 - 105 ( 70 ) § 44 - 131 ( 78 ) § 53 - 158 ( 85 ) § 61 - 184 ( 88 ) § 70 - 210 ( 90 ) § 81 - 242 ( 86 ) § 91 - 273 ( 82 ) § 123 - 368 ( -5 ) § 140 - 420 ( -120 ) § 175 - 525 ( -650 ) § 175 - 525 ( -250 ) § 175 - 525 ( -250 )
Sunstone Sunstone.png Supernatural § 330 - 720 ( 525 ) § 413 - 900 ( 646 ) § 495 - 1080 ( 768 ) § 578 - 1260 ( 884 ) § 660 - 1440 ( 1000 ) § 759 - 1656 ( 1133 ) § 858 - 1872 ( 1265 ) § 1155 - 2520 ( 1588 ) § 1320 - 2880 ( 1700 ) § 1650 - 3600 ( 1625 ) § 1650 - 3600 ( 2025 ) § 1650 - 3600 ( 2025 )
Moonstone Moonstone.png Supernatural § 375 - 855 ( 615 ) § 469 - 1069 ( 759 ) § 563 - 1283 ( 903 ) § 656 - 1496 ( 1041 ) § 750 - 1710 ( 1180 ) § 863 - 1967 ( 1340 ) § 975 - 2223 ( 1499 ) § 1313 - 2993 ( 1903 ) § 1500 - 3420 ( 2060 ) § 1875 - 4275 ( 2075 ) § 1875 - 4275 ( 2475 ) § 1875 - 4275 ( 2475 )

Other Gems

In addition to those listed above, there are several special types of gems:

Septarian Nodule and Geode

Name Icon EP Uncut Polished Split Cut Heart Cut
Geode Geode.jpg World Adventures §15-120 (68) §36-288 (117) §75-600 (-663)
Septarian Nodule SeptarianNodule.jpg World Adventures §50-350 (195) §120-840 (435) §250-1750 (0)

Tiberium

Name Icon EP Uncut Spire Cut Heart Cut
Tiberium Tiberium.png World Adventures §75-125 §5175-8625 (400) §375-625 (-500)

After an uncut gem has been kept in your sim's inventory for some time, the sim will become nauseous. Once the sim has become nauseous, you can take the uncut Tiberium out of the sim's inventory and the ore will change into a Large Spire Cut which glows green.

You can also get it cut yourself into either a Spire or Heart cut; the spire cut costs 6500, and given 24 hrs will turn into a Large Spire Cut of its own accord. It is obtained reliably from breaking space rocks, maybe 2/day if one practices all day long. There should be spawn points and occasionally a merchant in egypt sells it. In both uncut and spire form, it periodically puts off a glowing green "splash" and has a soft "ping" sort of noise that goes off at the same time. In Large Spire Cut form it is incredibly valuable - upwards of 40,000 simoleons.

Soulpeace

Name Icon EP Uncut Emerald Cut Oval Cut Pear Cut Plumbbob Cut Marquis Cut Crystal Ball Cut Brilliant Cut Star Cut Heart Cut Sun Cut Moon Cut
Soulpeace Soulpeace.jpg World Adventures § 1450 - 2100 ( 1775 ) § 1813 - 2625 ( 2209 ) § 2175 - 3150 ( 2643 ) § 2538 - 3675 ( 3071 ) § 2900 - 4200 ( 3500 ) § 3335 - 4830 ( 4008 ) § 3770 - 5460 ( 4515 ) § 5075 - 7350 ( 5963 ) § 5800 - 8400 ( 6700 ) § 7250 - 10500 ( 7875 ) § 7250 - 10500 ( 8275 ) § 7250 - 10500 ( 8275 )

Frequently found when mining.

Gem Cut Information

Regular Gem Cuts

Icon Name Unlocked After X Cuts Cut Multiplier Cut Cost
Cut-Emerald.png Emerald 0 (Always Available) 1.25x §10
Cut-Oval.png Oval 4 1.5x §20
Cut-Pear.png Pear 8 1.75x §35
Cut-Plumbbob.png Plumbbob 16 2x §50
Cut-Marquis.png Marquis 30 2.3x §75
Cut-CrystalBall.png Crystal Ball 45 2.6x §100
Cut-Brilliant.png Brilliant 60 3.5x §250
Cut-Star.png Star 75 4x §400
Cut-Heart.png Heart
 *After Sim finds 10 types of gems
5x §1000
Cut-Sun.png Sun 100 5x §600
Cut-Moon.png Moon 100 5x §600

Special Cuts

Icon Name Unlocked After X Cuts Cut Multiplier Cut Cost
Cut-Gemdust.png Gem Dust
 *Randomly get these when using new gem cutter in Supernatural
0.25 §5
Cut-Skull.png Skull
 *Available only via Transfigurification
10x -
Cut-Egg.png Sculptor's Egg
 *After Sim reaches level 5 of Sculpting skill
3x §175

Geode and Septarian Nodule Cut

Geodes and Septarian Nodules only have two cuts: Polished Split Cut and Heart Cut. The info for Polished Split Cut is below. Heart Cut information is above in the Regular Gem Cuts table.

Icon Name Unlocked After X Cuts Cut Multiplier Cut Cost
Cut-Split.png Polished Split 0 (Always Available) 2.4x §45

Tiberium Cut

Icon Name Unlocked After X Cuts Cut Multiplier Cut Cost
Cut-Spire.png Spire 0 (Always Available) 69x §6500


Gem Related Challenges

Name Description
Gem Collector Collect 10 types of gems, and the rarest gem cut shape will be bestowed upon your Sim.


Metals

Your sims can also locate various rocks and ores scattered around your neighbourhood to collect and sell. These ores can be smelted by sending them off by mail. The next time the mail comes, your sims can check the mail and retrieve the ingots, which can then be sold or displayed. Ingots will stack on top of each other.


Ores/Metals

A stack of all five types of metals (from the base game) as ingots.
Name Ore Icon Smelted Icon Weight Value EP
Iron IronOre.png IronIngot.png 1-52 §7-20 Base Game
Silver SilverOre.png SilverIngot.png 1-52 §25-35 Base Game
Gold GoldOre.png GoldIngot.png 1-52 §40-120 Base Game
Palladium PalladiumOre.png PalladiumIngot.png 80-300 §300-500 Base Game
Plutonium PlutoniumOre.png PlutoniumIngot.png 0.1-5 §1000-1800 Base Game
Copper CopperOre.png CopperIngot.png 1-52 §15-31 World Adventures
(Egypt)
Mummitomium MummitomiumOre.png MummitomiumIngot.png 150-450 §750-1200 World Adventures
(Egypt)
Iridium IridiumOre.png IridiumIngot.png 1-11 §75-155 World Adventures
(France)
Titanium TitaniumOre.png TitaniumIngot.png 75-105 §450-700 World Adventures
(France)
Mercury MercuryOre.png MercuryVial.pngMercuryIngot.png 1-52 §100-400 World Adventures
(China)
Platinum PlatinumOre.png PlatinumIngot.png 1-52 §250-336 World Adventures
(China)
Compendium CompendiumOre.png CompendiumIngot.png 1100-5500 Input metals +25% World Adventures
Supernovium SupernoviumOre.png SupernoviumIngot.png 35000-55000 §3500-5500 World Adventures
Woohooium WoohoniteOre.png WoohoniteIngot.png 1-52 §500-750 Ambitions
Carbon Steel CarbonsteelOre.jpg CarbonsteelIngot.jpg 100-1095 §120-300 Late Night
Tungsten Carbide TungstenCarbideOre.jpg TungstenCarbideIngot.jpg 100-1095 §35-70 Late Night

Mercury

Though Mercury starts as an ore, when smelted it returns to you as a liquid in a vial (Mercury is a liquid at room temperature) rather than an ingot. Solid mercury is available through Transfiguration.

Compendium

Compendium may be collected as a regular ore, or is available via Transfiguration. It cannot be purchased.

Supernovium

Supernovium may rarely be available for purchase at the relic merchant or collected as ore, but is usually obtained via Transfiguration. Placing at least 5 different types of metals for Transfiguration results in Supernovium ore.

Metal Related Challenges

Name Description
Metal Collector Find 5 unique metals, and your Sim will routinely get additional ingots returned in the mail.

Rocks

Various space rocks in different sizes can be collected by your sims. These are assigned a base value, which may change or stay the same when your sim Analyzes the rocks. You can "Analyze All" to get the true value of all the rocks in a whole stack. Rocks can be placed on display or sold. They're the most boring of rocks, gems, and metals.


Icon Name Weight Price Meteor Name
TinySpaceRock.jpg Tiny Space Rock 1-65 §10-§30 Medium Meteor
LargeSpaceRock.jpg Large Space Rock 100-1050 §50-§200 Large Meteor
GiganticSpaceRock.jpg Gigantic Space Rock 50,000-10,010,000 §2,000-§4,500 Huge Meteor

Rock Names

Values of the rocks found are calculated by the (weight of rock) x (multiplier), unsure of exact formula and price.

Name Multiplier
OrdinaryChondrite 0.5
Acapulcoite 0.7
Howardite 0.7
Eucrite 0.8
Lodranite 0.8
Diogenite 0.9
Ureilite 0.9
Angrite 1
Shergottite 1
Nakhlite 1.1
Brachinite 1.2
Chassignite 1.2
Lunar 1.3
Winonaite 1.3
Aubrite 1.4
Ataxite 1.5
Hexahedrite 1.6
SpecialBellacite 1.6
SpecialSporecite 1.7
Kamasite 1.75
Octahedrite 1.8
SpecialHolmberic 1.8
SpecialCusterousGossticite 1.9
SpecialLlamatite 2
SpecialRodiekceous 2
SpecialMazzadrayte 2.1
SpecialPearsonite 2.1
SpecialDukeadite 2.2
Rumurutite 3
Pallasite 4
CarbonaceousChondrite 5
EnstatiteChondrite 6
Mesosiderite 10

Rock Related Challenges

Name Description
Amateur Rock Finder Once your Sim finds at least half of the varieties of space rocks, it will be easier to find ones you haven't yet stumbled across.
Awesomest Rock Collector in the Universe Find all the space rocks, and your Sim will have more luck collecting ones of higher value.

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