|A rare and valuable gem.|
|Gemologist Profession: (+30% Sell Price)||975g|
A diamond may also be dropped by any Monster once you have reached the bottom of the Mines. Before reaching the bottom of the Mines, a Diamond may be dropped by a Red or Purple Slime, or a Duggy. A Wilderness Golem may also rarely drop a diamond (0.1% chance).
A book in the Museum, titled "A Study on Diamond Yields," contains the following information:
- After years of research in the mines, I believe I've learned something about diamond frequency. My research involved only the stones that are scattered about the mines... The ones broken with a pickaxe. Mineral yields from other sources require more research. Diamonds seem to only form at mine level 50 or greater. At level 50, approximately 1 in 500 stones will be diamond-rich.
A Diamond is arguably the best gem to duplicate in the Crystalarium, providing the largest source of money as a gem.
It is not used in any bundles.
|Ring of Yoba||Occasionally shields the wearer from damage.||Iron Bar (5) Gold Bar (5) Diamond (1)||Combat Level 7|
- The Diamond may be randomly requested during any season at the "Help Wanted" board outside Pierre's General Store for a reward of 2,250g and 150 Friendship points. The Diamond will never be requested until you have reached level 40+ of The Mines.
|Foraged Minerals||Earth Crystal • Fire Quartz • Frozen Tear • Quartz|
|Gems||Amethyst • Aquamarine • Diamond • Emerald • Jade • Prismatic Shard • Ruby • Topaz|
|Geode Minerals||Aerinite • Alamite • Baryte • Basalt • Bixite • Calcite • Celestine • Dolomite • Esperite • Fairy Stone • Fire Opal • Fluorapatite • Geminite • Ghost Crystal • Granite • Helvite • Hematite • Jagoite • Jamborite • Jasper • Kyanite • Lemon Stone • Limestone • Lunarite • Malachite • Marble • Mudstone • Nekoite • Neptunite • Obsidian • Ocean Stone • Opal • Orpiment • Petrified Slime • Pyrite • Sandstone • Slate • Soapstone • Star Shards • Thunder Egg • Tigerseye|
|Geodes||Geode • Frozen Geode • Magma Geode • Omni Geode|