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Ore Database


Below is a list of all Ore in FFXIV: Heavensward.

The information listed includes their stack size, the price you can sell to an NPC for, a description of the item and any info relating to stats that they may have. Ore are mainly used by Blacksmiths, Armorers and Goldsmiths to create various kinds of metal.

The Ore items are sorted by name, however you can sort them by any of the columns by clicking on the headers. Under the headers are search boxes that allow you to filter results.

Hover over or click on an item name for more info and any stats.


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Items ()Stack DescriptionNPC
Adamantite Ore1 A decent-sized piece of rock containing the rare metal adamantite.2
Approved Grade 2 Artisanal Skybuilders' Aurum Regis Sand1 One of the few substances known to be both edible and highly explosive. While some spicy ingredients are said to be capable of blowing one's head off, in this case, it is no exaggeration.[BR][BR]Used in expert crafting recipes.7
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' Cobalt Ore1 A lot less blue than one might expect, although it tastes about right.[BR][BR]Used in level 60 crafting recipes.3
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' Copper Sand1 A special place in one of the seven hells exists for those who attempt to fob off the skybuilders by mixing in regular sand with the copper, or so the skybuilders would have one believe.[BR][BR]Used in level 20 crafting recipes.1
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' Darksteel Ore1 Has the potential to be made into something very scary indeed, like spiked pauldrons or an enormous battleaxe. In all likelihood, however, it will probably become a slightly extravagant kettle or decorative letter opener.[BR][BR]Used in level 80 crafting recipes.7
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' Iron Sand1 In the event that one somehow accidentally mixes this with normal sand, the two can be separated by waving a magnet nearby. This knowledge may─or more likely, may not─save your life one day.[BR][BR]Used in level 40 crafting recipes.1
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' Mythril Sand1 The bright hue of this valuable substance does make it stand out from the surrounding rocks and so forth, but only under the condition that one is able to find the damnable stuff in the first place.[BR][BR]Used in level 60 crafting recipes.3
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' Mythrite Ore1 Due to the fact it is almost identical in appearance to mythril ore, it is sometimes known as “fool's mythril.” Conversely, actual mythril is often referred to as “fool's mythrite.”[BR][BR]Used in level 70 crafting recipes.6
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' Ore1 Something of a mixed bag of metallic elements, but as everyone knows, smithies love a good surprise. Just not when they're swinging a hammer dangerously close to their fingers.[BR][BR]Used in level 20 crafting recipes.1
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' Zinc Ore1 Zinc is said to prevent a number of common ailments. However, it must be noted that attempting to ingest it in its current state may actually cause problems such as broken teeth and stomachache, usually in that order.[BR][BR]Used in level 40 crafting recipes.1
Approved Grade 3 Skybuilders' Aurum Regis Ore1 “Kingly” is not an adjective that is often applied to metals of any sort, though in the case of aurum regis, it seems perfectly fitting, for some reason.[BR][BR]Used in level 80 crafting recipes.7
Approved Grade 3 Skybuilders' Diadem Iron Ore1 Though similar substances exist in other regions, the Diadem variety tends to be more highly coveted. This may simply be due to its scarcity rather than any intrinsic properties, as by and large, the more difficult something is to obtain, the more people want it.3
Approved Grade 3 Skybuilders' Diadem Iron Sand1 As is often the case with items found in the Diadem, this iron sand possesses unique properties. It is magnetically attracted not only to metallic objects, but a range of organic materials, such as skin and clothing, which means it is often gathered regardless of one's intentions.3
Approved Grade 3 Skybuilders' Hardsilver Sand1 Hardsilver's inherent hardness is somewhat difficult to gauge in granular form.[BR][BR]Used in level 40 crafting recipes.1
Approved Grade 3 Skybuilders' Ore1 The first miner to discover this particular variety described it as “extra-ore-dinary” and was met with a chorus of groans from her peers.[BR][BR]Used in level 20 crafting recipes.1
Approved Grade 3 Skybuilders' Titanium Ore1 Unlike some other ores requested by the skybuilders, they actually deigned to give the name of the type of metal they would like in this case, rather than simply “some ore.”[BR][BR]Used in level 40 crafting recipes.1
Aurum Regis Ore1 A decent-sized piece of rock containing the rare metal aurum regis.2
Aurum Regis Sand1 Violet sand containing tiny grains of aurum regis.2
Beggar's Mythril Ore1 Lower aetherial conductivity than regular mythril makes this a poor substitute for the precious green metal...unless low aetherial conductivity is what you require.[BR][BR]※Not included in the gathering log.6
Beryllium Ore1 A decent-sized piece of rock containing the precious metal beryllium.4
Black Mor Dhonan Slag1 A blackish volcanic rock prevalent near Silvertear Falls.1
Black O'Ghomoro Slag1 A blackish volcanic rock prevalent in La Noscea.1
Black Sagolii Slag1 A blackish volcanic rock prevalent in Thanalan.1
Black Tinolqa Slag1 A blackish volcanic rock prevalent in the Black Shroud.1
Blue Abalathian Slag1 A bluish volcanic rock prevalent in Coerthas.1
Bluespirit Ore1 A sizable hunk of the remarkably aether-rich mineral known as bluespirit.3
Brashgold Ore1 A decent-sized piece of rock rich in a highly durable, naturally occurring alloy.4
Brown Abalathian Slag1 A brownish volcanic rock prevalent in Coerthas.1
Brown O'Ghomoro Slag1 A brownish volcanic rock prevalent in La Noscea.1
Brown Sagolii Slag1 A brownish volcanic rock prevalent in Thanalan.1
Brown Tinolqa Slag1 A brownish volcanic rock prevalent in the Black Shroud.1
Chromite Ore1 A decent-sized piece of rock containing the metal chromium.3
Cloud Mythril Ore1 Extended exposure to the extreme aetherial currents found on and near the Diadem have somehow altered the mythril contained in this piece of rock.3
Cobalt Ore1 A decent-sized piece of rock containing the precious metal cobalt.1
Copper Ore1 A decent-sized piece of rock containing the metal copper.1
Copper Sand1 Bright-colored sand consisting of tiny grains of copper.1
Darksteel Ore1 A decent-sized piece of rock containing the metal darksteel.1
Dimythrite Ore1 A decent-sized piece of rock containing what appears to be dimythrite.4
Dimythrite Sand1 Darkly glowing sand consisting of tiny grains of dimythrite.4
Doman Iron Ore1 A decent-sized piece of rock containing the metal Doman iron (also known as mochi iron for its resemblance to the Far Eastern rice cakes).3
Doman Iron Sand1 Metallic sand consisting of tiny grains of Doman iron.3
Durium Ore1 A decent-sized piece of rock containing the metal durium.3
Durium Sand1 Jade-colored sand consisting of tiny grains of durium.3
Electrum Ore1 A decent-sized piece of rock containing the precious metal electrum.1
Electrum Sand1 Blue-gold sand consisting of tiny grains of electrum.1
Evergleam Ore1 A decent-sized piece of rock containing a rare natural alloy of iron and chromium.3
Feather Iron Ore1 Not technically as light as an actual feather, this rare variety of iron weighs slightly less than normal iron, making it a preferable alternative...if enough can be procured.[BR][BR]※Not included in the gathering log.6
Fine Sand1 Extra-fine sand made up of particles barely visible to the eyes of men.1
Furite Sand1 Midnight black sand consisting of tiny grains of the rare ore furite.0
Gold Ore1 A decent-sized piece of rock containing the precious metal gold.1
Gold Sand1 Glittering sand consisting of tiny grains of gold.1
Grade 2 Artisanal Skybuilders' Aurum Regis Sand1 One of the few substances known to be both edible and highly explosive. While some spicy ingredients are said to be capable of blowing one's head off, in this case, it is no exaggeration.[BR][BR]Used in expert crafting recipes.7
Grade 2 Skybuilders' Cobalt Ore1 A lot less blue than one might expect, although it tastes about right.[BR][BR]Used in level 60 crafting recipes.3
Grade 2 Skybuilders' Copper Sand1 A special place in one of the seven hells exists for those who attempt to fob off the skybuilders by mixing in regular sand with the copper, or so the skybuilders would have one believe.[BR][BR]Used in level 20 crafting recipes.1
Grade 2 Skybuilders' Darksteel Ore1 Has the potential to be made into something very scary indeed, like spiked pauldrons or an enormous battleaxe. In all likelihood, however, it will probably become a slightly extravagant kettle or decorative letter opener.[BR][BR]Used in level 80 crafting recipes.7
Grade 2 Skybuilders' Iron Sand1 In the event that one somehow accidentally mixes this with normal sand, the two can be separated by waving a magnet nearby. This knowledge may─or more likely, may not─save your life one day.[BR][BR]Used in level 40 crafting recipes.1
Grade 2 Skybuilders' Mythril Sand1 The bright hue of this valuable substance does make it stand out from the surrounding rocks and so forth, but only under the condition that one is able to find the damnable stuff in the first place.[BR][BR]Used in level 60 crafting recipes.3
Grade 2 Skybuilders' Mythrite Ore1 Due to the fact it is almost identical in appearance to mythril ore, it is sometimes known as “fool's mythril.” Conversely, actual mythril is often referred to as “fool's mythrite.”[BR][BR]Used in level 70 crafting recipes.6
Grade 2 Skybuilders' Ore1 Something of a mixed bag of metallic elements, but as everyone knows, smithies love a good surprise. Just not when they're swinging a hammer dangerously close to their fingers.[BR][BR]Used in level 20 crafting recipes.1
Grade 2 Skybuilders' Zinc Ore1 Zinc is said to prevent a number of common ailments. However, it must be noted that attempting to ingest it in its current state may actually cause problems such as broken teeth and stomachache, usually in that order.[BR][BR]Used in level 40 crafting recipes.1
Grade 3 Skybuilders' Aurum Regis Ore1 “Kingly” is not an adjective that is often applied to metals of any sort, though in the case of aurum regis, it seems perfectly fitting, for some reason.[BR][BR]Used in level 80 crafting recipes.7
Grade 3 Skybuilders' Diadem Iron Ore1 Though similar substances exist in other regions, the Diadem variety tends to be more highly coveted. This may simply be due to its scarcity rather than any intrinsic properties, as by and large, the more difficult something is to obtain, the more people want it.3
Grade 3 Skybuilders' Diadem Iron Sand1 As if often the case with items found in the Diadem, this iron sand possesses unique properties. It is magnetically attracted not only to metallic objects, but a range of organic materials, such as skin and clothing, which means it is often gathered regardless of one's intentions.3
Grade 3 Skybuilders' Hardsilver Sand1 Hardsilver's inherent hardness is somewhat difficult to gauge in granular form.[BR][BR]Used in level 40 crafting recipes.1
Grade 3 Skybuilders' Ore1 The first miner to discover this particular variety described it as “extra-ore-dinary” and was met with a chorus of groans from her peers.[BR][BR]Used in level 20 crafting recipes.1
Grade 3 Skybuilders' Titanium Ore1 Unlike some other ores requested by the skybuilders, they actually deigned to give the name of the type of metal they would like in this case, rather than simply “some ore.”[BR][BR]Used in level 40 crafting recipes.1
Green Tinolqa Slag1 A greenish volcanic rock prevalent in the Black Shroud.1
Grey Abalathian Slag1 A greyish volcanic rock prevalent in Coerthas.1
Grey Mor Dhonan Slag1 A greyish volcanic rock prevalent near Silvertear Falls.1
Grey O'Ghomoro Slag1 A greyish volcanic rock prevalent in La Noscea.1
Grey Sagolii Slag1 A greyish volcanic rock prevalent in Thanalan.1
Grey Tinolqa Slag1 A greyish volcanic rock prevalent in the Black Shroud.1
Gyr Abanian Ore1 A naturally occurring chunk of lodestone.3
Hardsilver Ore1 A decent-sized piece of rock containing the rare alchemic metal hardsilver.2
Hardsilver Sand1 Oily sand containing tiny grains of hardsilver.2
Iron Ore1 A decent-sized piece of rock containing the metal iron.1
Iron Sand1 Dark-colored sand consisting of tiny grains of iron.1
Kamacite Ore1 A chunk of long-fallen meteor containing the rare alloy kamacite.24
Koppranickel Ore1 A decent-sized piece of rock containing the metal koppranickel.3
Koppranickel Sand1 Amber-colored sand consisting of tiny grains of koppranickel.3
Light Kidney Ore1 A reddish ore containing large quantities of iron. Its wide availability makes it optimal for smelting in locations where purer forms of iron ore are difficult to procure, such as militia forges. This particular type of kidney ore is far more porous than the common variety, making it much easier to transport.2
Limonite1 A decent-sized piece of rock containing a small amount of oxidized iron. It is said to have deodorizing properties.2
Luminium Ore1 A decent-sized piece of rock containing the precious metal luminium.3
Lumythrite Ore1 An uncut, unpolished stone containing what appears to be lumythrite.3
Lumythrite Sand1 Glowing sand consisting of tiny grains of lumythrite.2
Manasilver Sand1 Sand that moves almost as a liquid, consisting of tiny grains of manasilver.3
Molybdenum Ore1 A decent-sized piece of rock containing the metal molybdenum.3
Mythril Ore1 A decent-sized piece of rock containing the precious metal mythril.1
Mythril Sand1 Pale-colored sand consisting of tiny grains of mythril.1
Mythrite Ore1 A decent-sized piece of rock containing the rare metal mythrite.2
Mythrite Sand1 Glowing sand consisting of tiny grains of mythrite.2
Nightsteel Ore1 Iron ore that has been exposed to the waters of a mineral spring, and undergone significant changes to both color and chemical makeup.3
Oddly Specific Coerthan Iron Ore1 As if specifying the location from which it is mined was not enough, the Skysteel engineers have also asked that you carry it about your person while walking an entire lap around Ishgard, so that it may soak up the local atmosphere.40
Oddly Specific Iron Ore1 Not your granddad's iron ore. Or perhaps specifically your granddad's iron ore. Who's to say?40
Oddly Specific Iron Sand1 It is unclear what precise qualities make this particular sort of granulated metal so desirable, but presumably the old blacksmiths' adage, “Don't get iron sand in your eye. Seriously. Don't,” still applies, so probably best not look too closely.40
Oddly Specific Mythrite Sand1 Each pinch must contain mythrite and only mythrite, which in the grand scheme of things, seems perfectly reasonable.40
Oddly Specific Primordial Ore1 Even among its rocky brethren, this specimen is especially ancient, having weathered the passing of ages, and is regarded as the grandfather of all stones. Well, not literally, that would be impossible for reasons far too complex to explain here. Or anywhere, for that matter.7
Oddly Specific Silver Ore1 The ore requested must be “similar in appearance to gold, but with more of a light-grey tinge to it.” Silver, in other words.40
Palladium Ore1 A decent-sized piece of rock containing the metal palladium.3
Palladium Sand1 Silver-colored sand consisting of tiny grains of palladium.3
Peacock Ore1 A colorful ore with a high copper content.1
Platinum Ore1 A decent-sized piece of rock containing the precious metal platinum.1
Pure Titanium Ore1 A decent-sized piece of rock containing titanium of exceptional quality.38
Purple Sagolii Slag1 A purplish volcanic rock prevalent in Thanalan.1
Red Abalathian Slag1 A reddish volcanic rock prevalent in Coerthas.1
Red Mor Dhonan Slag1 A reddish volcanic rock prevalent near Silvertear Falls.1
Red O'Ghomoro Slag1 A reddish volcanic rock prevalent in La Noscea.1
River Sand1 Dense, rocky sand collected from riverbeds.1
Sea Sand1 Light, smooth sand collected from the sea.1
Silver Ore1 A decent-sized piece of rock containing the semi-precious metal silver.1
Silver Sand1 Dull-colored sand consisting of tiny grains of silver.1
Silvergrace Ore1 A sizable piece of rock containing traces of a precious metal known as silvergrace.3
Skybuilders' Durium Sand1 A pinch of anything tends not to be an awful lot, though this particular sand from the Azim Steppe is apparently worth more than its weight in gold.6
Skybuilders' Electrum Ore1 The electrum ore found in upper La Noscea is believed to be far better suited to the skybuilders' needs than any other variety. Were anyone to ask them why, they would, in most cases be met with a response along the line of, “Because it just is.”1
Skybuilders' Fine Sand1 This sand gathered in central Thanalan is not only fine, but extremely well behaved, choosing to stay in one closely knit lump while jostling alongside the rest of your possessions.1
Skybuilders' Hardsilver Ore1 The time spent mining this ore in the Dravanian hinterlands would perhaps have seemed less arduous if you had the faintest idea how the skybuilders plan to use it.3
Skybuilders' Iron Ore1 While this may look much like any other iron ore found in middle La Noscea, there are subtle differences that only an expert in the field will recognize. The name, for one, is considerably longer.1
Skybuilders' Iron Sand1 The tradition of measuring powdered substances in units of “pinches” has been the cause of many arguments, largely due to differences in finger size between the various races. Folk in eastern Thanalan, where this sample was gathered, have been known to ask Lalafells to measure when selling, and Roegadyn when buying, for obvious reasons.1
Skybuilders' Molybdenum Ore1 While the Lochs are better known as a source of salt, the rich veins of ore are drawing in miners from far and wide.6
Skybuilders' Mythrite Sand1 You have a sneaking suspicion that you may have lost some of the sand during the return journey from the Sea of Clouds, though the amount you have in your possession should still suffice.3
Skybuilders' Nightsteel Ore1 The Ruby Sea is not especially well known as a prime location for mining, though those who are nautically minded can uncover all sorts of rare and unique treasures. Whether the skybuilders choose to turn this into fine jewelry or something more mundane, like a tea strainer, remains to be seen.6
Skybuilders' Truegold Ore1 Why submit a boring chunk of gold ore when you can bring one all the way from Il Mheg instead?7
Skybuilders' Truegold Sand1 The isle of Kholusia is known by the inhabitants of Norvrandt to have the very finest of gold sand. Whether this is up to the impossibly high standards of the skybuilders will only become apparent when it is submitted for inspection.7
Smithsonite Ore1 This slightly lustrous ore is characterized by its extremely high zinc content.3
Splendid Dense Iron Ore1 Only the most splendid picks will suffice for the Stewards, and to make those only the most splendid and densest ore will do.[BR][BR]※Only for use in Qitari beast tribe quests.[BR][BR]※Not included in the gathering log.0
Splendid Iron Ore1 High-purity iron ore splendid for making durable mining tools.[BR][BR]※Only for use in Qitari beast tribe quests.[BR][BR]※Not included in the gathering log.0
Steppe Copper Ore1 Low-quality copper ore abundant on the Azim Steppe.[BR][BR]※Only for use in Namazu beast tribe quests. [BR][BR]※Not included in the gathering log.0
Steppe Iron Ore1 A chunk of rock from the Azim Steppe that contains a significant amount of iron.[BR][BR]※Only for use in Namazu beast tribe quests.[BR][BR]※Not included in the gathering log.0
Tatara Iron Sand1 Fine metallic sand consisting of tiny grains of Doman iron, for use specifically in tatara smelting.3
Tin Ore1 A decent-sized piece of rock containing the metal tin.1
Titancopper Ore1 A decent-sized piece of rock containing a naturally occurring mixture of titanium and copper.4
Titancopper Sand1 Varicolored sand consisting of tiny grains of titanium and copper.4
Titanium Ore1 A decent-sized piece of rock containing the rare metal titanium.2
Truegold Ore1 A decent-sized piece of rock containing the metal truegold, both harder and more colorful than standard gold.3
Truegold Sand1 Bright sand that shines like the sun, consisting of tiny grains of truegold.3
Tungsten Ore1 A decent-sized piece of rock containing the metal tungsten.4
Ultramarine Ore1 The deep blue hue of this large piece of stone can be attributed to a high concentration of the mineral lazurite.[BR][BR]※Only for use in Namazu beast tribe quests.[BR][BR]※Not included in the gathering log.0
White Abalathian Slag1 A whitish volcanic rock prevalent in Coerthas.1
White Mor Dhonan Slag1 A whitish volcanic rock prevalent near Silvertear Falls.1
Wootz Ore1 A decent-sized piece of rock containing naturally occurring wootz alloy.2
Yellow Copper Ore1 A decent-sized piece of rock containing the metal copper mixed with traces of iron and sulphur.2
Yellow Mor Dhonan Slag1 A yellowish volcanic rock prevalent near Silvertear Falls.1
Yellow O'Ghomoro Slag1 A yellowish volcanic rock prevalent in La Noscea.1
Yellow Sagolii Slag1 A yellowish volcanic rock prevalent in Thanalan.1
Yellow Tinolqa Slag1 A yellowish volcanic rock prevalent in the Black Shroud.1
Zeolite Ore1 A porous silicate that adsorbs poisons, making it invaluable in myriad alchemical and medical concoctions.3
Zinc Ore1 A decent-sized piece of rock containing the metal zinc.1






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