Bismuthinite is an ore used in making bismuth bronzeBismuthinite veins are a dark greenish gray. The rocks are dark gray with green spots.

Obtaining Edit

Bismuthinite spawns as small rocks on the surface, indicating a vein somewhere below.

Bismuthinite veins are medium in size and can be found in igneous extrusive layers of stone:

  • Andesite
  • Basalt
  • Dacite
  • Rhyolite

It can also be found in sedimentary stone:

  • Chalk
  • Chert
  • Claystone
  • Conglomerate
  • Dolomite
  • Limestone
  • Rock salt
  • Shale

Bismuthinite veins can also be found in the top half of the top layer of stone.

Using Edit

Bismuthinite can be smelted in a fire pitpit kiln, or bloomery to produce unshaped bismuthBismuthinite is used as an ingredient in bismuth bronze.

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