Gems can be found while out exploring the world on the landscape's surface. Sometimes you will need to venture into surface caves and deep into Chaos Caverns to mine.
- Most of the gemstones in Landmark have a similar real-world equivalent like diamonds, emerald, ruby and so on.
Mined gems are found only in deposits and can be mined it with any pick or extractor.
All mined gems must be processed into Cut Gemstones at the Replicator. After they are refined cut gemstones can be used as-is for crafting or building.
To learn more about what must be mined see the Mining Guide.
Cut Gemstone can be combined to make composite gems for even greater variety. Composites offer a broadened range of colors and textures for building.
- A Ground Sounder helps locate gem deposits to mine.
- During the game's early development, metal (like all other resources) had many names, many locations, and many uses. As the game was released in 2016, the whole Gathering process was simplified.