Elements (Collectibles)

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Elements are a bit more of an unusual collection. You can't dig elements up out of the ground directly, but they do come from the same rocks as they are found in the form of crystals and metals. Once you find either of these objects, you can call the Geo Council (one of the interactions when you click on a crystal or metal) and find out what elements make up that object. Then for §20 you can send in the crystal or metal, and in a few days, your elements will arrive in your mailbox. There are 15 different elements to collect.

Collected elements can be displayed either on surfaces or better still, in the Elements Display Rack. Both options are shown in the picture above.

You should note though that when you send in a metal or crystal to the Geo Council, you will not get it back, so there is no need to send in each and every one you collect. Instead find out which elements make up those items, then only send in those that contain elements that you need for your collection.

Image Name Found in Value Rarity Description
Sydrolin.png Sydrolin
§45 Common Sydrolin, chemical symbol Sy, is a member Of the elite Royal Liquids, which have strong colors but no odor. While Sydrolin looks like grape juice, please do not drink Sydrolin. Seriously.
Selium.png Selium
§80 Common Selium is a member of the Transition Ores -- not the ironic ska/country fusion band of the same name, but rather the group of elements.
Plathium.png Plathium
§80 Uncommon Plathium, chemical symbol PI. is a member of the elite Royal Liquids, which have strong colors but no odor. Plathlum looks a lot like lemonade but tastes more like horrible choking death.
Phozone.png Phozone
§80 Common Phozone, chemical symbol Pz. is a member of the elite Royal Liquids, which have strong colors but no Odor. The scientist that discovered Phozone really loved broth, noodles, and meat with just a touch of carrots, which she often ate while doing experiments.
Peryllium.png Peryllium
§45 Uncommon Peryllium, chemical symbol Ll. is a beautiful pink Orelloid. Many describe it as something that could only come from a unicorn's magic, and that's scientists talking!
Melacoo.png Melacoo
§80 Common Melacoo, chemical symbol Q. is a member of the elite Royal Liquids, which have strong colors but no odor. For a long time Melacoo was actually thought to be Sydrolin, but those scientists were just lazy.
Ozinate.png Ozinate
§45 Common Ozinate is a member of the Transition Ores. They say just a sprinkle of it can help make casserole night a family favorite again!
Volenton.png Volenton
§80 Common Volenton is a beautiful purple Orelloid. It occurs naturally in deposits of volcanic rock and in rib-based fast food sandwiches.
Oxypin.png Oxypin
§80 Common Oxypin is a member of the Transition Ores. The scientist who discovered this group of metals was going through some tough times, hence the name Transition Ores. Oxypin is blue, which represents the scientist's sorrow.
Firaxium.png Firaxium
§80 Rare Very little is known about the element Firaxium. It simply does not grant very many interviews.
Alcineat.png Alcineat
§45 Common Alcineat, chemical symbol An. is a member of the elite Royal Liquids, which have strong colors but no odor. It was discovered in the 50's when someone found a puddle of it in her backyard.
Crytacoo.png Crytacoo
§80 Rare Crytacoo is prized for its legendary durability. It's so strong, it can't even be manipulated by modern tools. It just has to be found in usable shapes!
Wolfium.png Wolfium
§45 Uncommon Wolfium is a strange element notorious for its smell. which for some reason is similar to that of a wet dog.
Goobleck.png Goobleck
§45 Common Goobleck.,chemical symbol Vg. is a member of the elite Royal Liquids, which have strong colors but no odor. Goobleck has been scientifically proven to have the best name out of all elements.
Plumbobus.png Plumbobus
Jet (Crystal) §80 Rare