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Garnets at a Glance
Material Type Gems
Colors Black, Blue, Brown, Green, Gold, Orange, Pink, Purple, Red, Yellow
Rarity Common
Cultural Relevance None
Required for Alterations No

Garnets are silicate minerals that range from gemstone-quality transparency to opaque and has a luster that is categorized as vitreous (glass-like) or resinous (amber-like).

Species of garnet can be found in every colors, with reddish shades being mode common. Blue is the rarest color.

Species of Garnet Colors
almadine or almadite Transparent and deep red. Often called precious garnet and is the most common gem garnet.
andralite Yellow, greenish yellow to emerald-green, dark green, brown, brownish red, brownish yellow, greyish black, black.
andralite melanite Black.
andralite demantoid Vivid green. Rare.
andralite topazolite Yellow-green. Very rare.
grossular Light to dark green, cinnamon brown, light to dark yellow, reddish brown, brown, orange, red, yellow, white, pink, clear.
grossular hessonite or cinnamon-stone Red, orange, yellow.
grossular tsavorite Light to dark green.
pyrope Deep red to black.
pyrope blue pyrope-spessartine Color-changing from blue-green to purple depending on the color temperature. Resembles alexandrite.
spessartine Orange-yellow.
uvarovite Green, emerald-green, green-black.
  • Note - Not all garnet species are referenced in Elanthia.

Alteration Rules

This material is not required for alterations.

Raw Material Sources


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Twisted platinum engagement ring inlaid with wine-red garnetsElemental Lunacy

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Pages in category "Garnets"

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