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Ores are found in the ground throughout the world, and can be refined into ingots in a Furnace to create more advanced tools and buildings. The deeper you go, the better ores you find.

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Age 1
Copper Ore.png Copper ore This is typically the first ore encountered by the player, and is used for early age 1 crafting recipes. It is also one of, if not the most abundant metallic ore in the game, and requires at least a stone pickaxe to mine.
Iron Ore.png Iron ore Iron ore is the alternate, and slightly better age 1 ore in cardlife. Iron ore requires at least a copper pickaxe to mine It is required to craft a compass.
Age 2
Gold Ore.png Gold ore Gold is the first age 2 ore, and is therefore very important to advance to better equipment. It requires an iron pickaxe or better to mine.
Tungsten Ore.png Tungsten ore Tungsten is the second age 2 ore, and requires a gold mechanical drill or better to obtain.
Cobalt Ore.png Cobalt ore Cobalt is the third and final age 2 ore, and requires at least a tungsten drill to obtain.
Age 3
Titanium Ore.png Titanium ore Titanium ore is the first age 3 ore, and is therefore very important to advance to better equipment. It requires a Cobalt mecanical drill or better to mine.
Thorium Ore.png Thorium ore Thorium is the second age 3 ore, and is therefore very important to advance to better equipment. It requires a Titanium Jackhammer or better to mine.
Meteorite Ore.png Meteorite ore Meteorite is the third and final age 3 ore. It requires a Thorium Jackhammer to mine.
Age 4
Carborundum Ore.png Carborundum ore Carborundum is the first age 4 ore, but as of the current build can not be smelted in a furnace, nor are there crafting recipes for carborundum or any other ores of higher quality. It requires a Meteorite Jackhammer to mine.