How to get geodes in Stardew Valley

Here we will explain how to get geodes in Stardew Valley (Insert Dwarf Music here)

When mining or fishing in Stardew Valley, players can occasionally obtain items called geodes; in total, there are four variants of geodes; all contain valuable resources or items called artifacts, and here is how to get them.

 How to get all geodes in Stardew Valley

To get geodes, you will generally have to break rocks on certain mine levels; you can break rocks with a pickaxe or bombs. Along with this, you can also occasionally find geodes as loot inside Fishing Chests. That said, keep reading, and we will explain how to get every geode in the game. 

How to get regular geodes in Stardew Valley

To get normal geodes, you will have to break rocks anywhere on levels 1-39 inside The Mines; we recommend getting bombs to help speed things up and use as little energy as possible. 

As a side note, you can get bombs when you reach level six in mining. You can also get geodes as loot inside Fishing chests and with a fishing pond with a population of nine stonefish. Certain enemies like the duggy can also drop geodes as loot with a 25 percent chance.

Once you get some geodes, you can then break them by visiting the blacksmith Clint in town; if you speak to him, you should see an option to break geodes. It will cost 50 gold for every geode you break.

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How to get omni geodes in Stardew Valley

To get omni geodes, you will need to start farming rocks at level 21 and up inside the mine; you can also find them dropping on all Skull Cavern levels. 

Along with that, you can purchase omni geodes from the oasis on Wednesdays for 1k gold and from Krobus on Tuesday for 300g apiece. If you have a fishing pond, you can get omni geodes if you get a pop of nine octopus fish in it. In addition, carbon ghosts will also drop these geodes at a 99 percent rate. 

Once again, after you get some of these geodes, you can then break them by visiting the blacksmith Clint in town; if you speak to him, you should see an option to break geodes. It will cost 25 gold for every omni geode you break. You could also trade them with the desert trader for various items and clothing. 

How to get Frozen Geodes in Stardew Valley

You get frozen geodes from rocks at level 41 to 79 inside the mine. You can also get them from rocks on your farm during the winter or inside fishing chests. Along with this, you can also get them from a fish pond with a population of nine ice pulps. 

When you get enough frozen geodes, you can then break them by visiting the blacksmith Clint in town. If you speak to him, you should see an option to break geodes, and it will cost 25 gold apiece to break them.

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How to get Magma Geodes in Stardew Valley

Next, to get magma geodes in Stardew Valley, you will need to head deeper into the mines to around 81 to 119. Between any of these levels, you can find magma geodes dropping from rocks. 

You can also get these geodes in the same ways as the other three on this list, treasure chests, and if you have a fish pond with nine lava eels inside it. You can also sometimes get them from breaking boxes and barrels inside the Skull cavern along with the usual ways. 

Once you found some magma geodes, you can break them like with the others by speaking to Clint, the blacksmith in town. It will also cost the same price as last time, 25 gold apiece. 

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