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Where to find iridium in The Planet Crafter

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In The Planet Crafter, you are tasked with transforming a hostile planet and terraforming it into one liveable for humanity. You will need to find various resources and craft different structures to do so. One resource you will need is iridium. This may leave you wondering where to find iridium in The Planet Crafter.

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You can find iridium in various places in The Planet Crafter. The most common is in caves, particularly those hidden behind sand waterfalls. You can also find iridium in blue containers and after meteor showers, though these two seem rarer than caves.

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You can spot iridium thanks to its red glow. Typically, this ore spawns on top and the sides of rock formations. When you find a cave, gather as much iridium as you can carry and take it back to your base for storage.

Iridium is used to craft heat-related structures such as heaters, iridium rods, and explosives. As caves are not all that common, we recommend you clean caves out of iridium when you find them.

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Justin has been diving into fantasy worlds since he can remember. He is a certified nerd who has a deep love of reading, writing, and hiking. He has been writing since his college days, but specifically in gaming for two years. His favorite games are The Legend of Zelda, Pokémon, Hollow Knight, Celeste, and Banjo Kazooie.

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