Reim gems

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There are 36 gems native to the Settlement of Reim dungeon crawl in Icemule Trace. As of this posting (August 1, 2016), they are jarrable, but they are not in the set of items that RUMMAGE INGREDIENT will sort.

Rarity is not necessarily how rare they are coded as; it is listed according to how often it has been found during a multitude of runs during GemStone Platinum beta testing (and post sneak preview release in Prime).

1 - Rare (Cheap)
2 - Common
3 - Uncommon
4 - Rare (Expensive)

All (forthcoming) values are approximate.

Reim Gems

Gem Description Rarity Value
a round of milky amber

Preserved within a resinous drop of pale honey-hued amber blended with milky white tones, a tiny spider forever sleeps. The edges of the amber are polished and round.

3
a smoky amethyst

Like the coming of night, dark smoky hues wash over the twilight purple landscape of this faceted stone. Tiny, clear crystals suspended in the quartz glitter like stars.

2
a hexagonal cobalt blue beryl

A saturated dark cobalt blue hue, the six-sided beryl is flawless. The slender crystal has beveled edges and is nearly transparent.

2
a chunk of bronzite

Mosaic patterns cover the surface of the smooth stone beneath a metallic bronze sheen. Tiny splotches of pale green and deep olivine emerge from a rich brown landscape flecked with gold.

1
a marbled green chrysoprase

Pear shaped, the chrysoprase is pale, mint green marbled with milky white and shadowed with ebon. Spidery veins appear on the waxy surface in a chain-like pattern.

2 1200
a cluster of sky blue crystal

The color of a blue sky on a clear day, the cluster of crystals is translucent and free of any impurities that the eye can detect. The bottom of the quartz arrangement is flat, with the prismatic crystals of varying lengths sticking out in all directions.

1
an ice blue diamond

Cloud like splotches stretch across the many faces of the diamond from each vertex, obscuring the vision of what lies within. At the edge of each cloud the diamond changes from a pristine white to an icy blue hue.

4
a nebulous emerald

A milky white cloud of minerals pulsates around the emerald, offering an enigmatic aura to the vibrant natural green hues of the gem. Several thumbnail-sized deposits of darker green spiral around the inside from one end to the other.

4
a lustrous black garnet

Beyond the glossy surface of the jet black dodecahedral garnet, green fires flash within the depths of the gem. The edges are somewhat rounded, and several of its faces are pitted and scratched.

2
an ethereal blue gem

Each of the twenty crystalline sides are rigidly compressed and outlined with blackened vertices to form a rudimentary icosahedron. Threadlike appendages twist across the surface to create a distorted web of minerals. Encased within the center, a flower-like blossom of blue ethereal energy blooms outward.

4
a teardrop of dark green heliotrope

Like a field of poppies, bright scarlet motes blossom over the dark, verdant heliotrope. The opaque quartz droplet has a glassy luster.

2
a spear of lavender-grey iolite

Like an artistic rendering of a winter sky in watercolors, the prismatic spear is lavender-grey in hue, with its ridges stained a deep violet. Clusters of silvery minerals, frozen in the bleak landscape, glitter in the ambient light.

1
a piece of jet-flecked ivory

Jet-colored flecks enhance the small horn-shaped piece of pale ivory which darkens to yellow at the tip. A deep gouge mars the smooth, creamy dentin as if the ivory was forcibly removed.

1
a piece of black jade

Tiny flecks of graphite pepper the flat black jade. The stone reflects little light and is quite uninteresting to look at.

1
a piece of blue jade

Primarily bright blue, the smooth jade is marbled with thin, inky black veins. Splashes of green pigment appear along tiny fractures on the rock's polished surface.

1
a pebble of orbicular jasper

Orbs in vivid shades of yellow and red blossom amidst dots of green on a white background. The crackle-patterned surface of the orbicular jasper is smooth with rounded edges.

1
a cone of mahogany obsidian

Reddish brown with black striations, the mahogany obsidian is flecked with golden coloring. The pattern of the stone much resembles a fine woodgrain.

1
a heart of blue onyx

Feathery white bands skim the dull surface of the tiny heart stone, its two halves separated by a thin black inclusion. At the base, the onyx is a dark midnight blue which lightens to pale sky blue at its crown.

2
a cloud opal

Thin puffs of smoke-hued clouds appear suspended within the luminescent blue opal dappled with shades of pale pink and lavender. Pale orange fire blazes amidst the billowing formations, the iridescent stone a reflection of sunset over deep blue waters.

2
an iridescent wood opal

Beneath an iridescent sheen, the burnished, henna-hued wood opal appears more wood than gemstone. Ribbons of vivid cerulean and green emerge from the textured bark patterning of the oblong stone.

2
a jelly opal

Resembling a gelatinous lump, sparks of orange, blue, green, and pink fire dance at the heart of the translucent opal. The bottom of the stone is flat and has a concentrated bluish tint.

4
a shard of pink petalite

Prominent cleavage across the pink petalite gives the pale crystal an appearance of mended porcelain traced with faint white lines. The slender shard is opaque, and black inclusions outline its sharp-corned silhouette.

1
a luminous prehnite

The egg-shaped stone is semi-transparent, save for the ebon-hued hatch marks marring the bright yellow-green coloring. Swirls of cloudy white float beneath the pearly surface.

2
a snow quartz

The frosty white quartz is roughly spherical, resembling a hard-packed snowball. Glittering with clear crystals and dotted with tiny black inclusions, the snow quartz has a smooth thumbprint-shaped indention on one side.

1
a haloed Reim ruby

Faded white divots mar the surface of the deeper red hues of the ruby. Beneath each divot is a thin white vein, all travelling to the center of the ruby. Within the core of the ruby, a small heart-shaped pocket is formed out of air deposits.

4
a pallid sapphire

A flume of silver spirals through the center of the pale blue-grey pallid sapphire like a wind over the sea. The conical crystal appears a bit hazy due to its somber coloring, but the edges are remarkably clear.

4
a chunk of pale blue ice stone

Veiled with tiny fissures, the stalactitic crystal resembles the broken tip of a frosty icicle. The core is pale blue, while the irregular edges are clear and glassy.

3
a chunk of pearly grey ice stone

Veiled with tiny fissures, the stalactitic crystal resembles the broken tip of a frosty icicle. The core is pearly grey, while the irregular edges are clear and glassy.

3
a chunk of snowy white ice stone

Veiled with tiny fissures, the stalactitic crystal resembles the broken tip of a frosty icicle. The core is snow white, while the irregular edges are clear and glassy.

3
a slice of ribbon stone

Wavy, irregularly spaced bands in pastel hues line the polished cream surface of the thin, flat stone. An endless stream of ribbons in shades of pink, blue, and grey form a complex kaleidoscopic pattern around a spot of bright white at the heart of the ribbon stone.

3
a dark blue tempest stone

A whirlwind of vibrant color, the pyramidal tempest stone is centered with an intense, dark blue eye. Prismatic clouds cumulate around the core, creating a striking nebula within its interior.

3
a faint gold tempest stone

A whirlwind of vibrant color, the pyramidal tempest stone is centered with a faint golden eye. Prismatic clouds cumulate around the core, creating a striking nebula within its interior.

3
a pale grey tempest stone

A whirlwind of vibrant color, the pyramidal tempest stone is centered with a pale grey eye. Prismatic clouds cumulate around the core, creating a striking nebula within its interior.

3
an ebon-cored vortex stone

The translucent vortex stone swirls with ebon specks within its helical core. Funnel-shaped, the crystal is intense blue at the neck, and then the color drains to grey and finally clear at the wide mouth.

3
a silver-cored vortex stone

The translucent vortex stone swirls with silver specks within its helical core. Funnel-shaped, the crystal is intense blue at the neck, and then the color drains to grey and finally clear at the wide mouth.

3
a sliver of bright green viridine

Vivid green in color, the sliver of viridine brightens to canary yellow along its thin edges. Viewed from a different angle, the glasslike stone appears brown in the center with a greenish cast.

2