Elemental ore

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Elemental ore is an ore that may only be obtained by killing a level 44 earth elemental after trying to mine the elemental rock. This ore can only be obtained during and after the Elemental Workshop I quest, and turned into elemental bars. Elemental ore is only found in the Elemental Workshop dungeon beneath the Seers' Village, in the house with the anvil, next to the bank. Earth elementals are found in the western area on the first level of the workshop.

The second level is to make bars, and repairs are needed here too. One elemental ore and four coal may be smelted into a bar of Elemental metal using the blast furnace in the southern area of the Elemental Workshop (level 20 Smithing is required). This bar is used to smith the elemental shield, the elemental helmet and the elemental body.

At level 30 Smithing the elemental bar may be primed and turned into a primed bar. This may be used to create the mind shield and mind helmet in the Elemental workshop II quest. After Elemental Workshop III, the primed elemental bars can also be infused with body energy, draining 33 Defence levels, and smithed into the body shield, body helmet, and body body. If players try to use superheat item on the ore, a message appears that says "Even this spell is not hot enough to heat this item". Also, if a player tries to use any other furnace besides the one in the elemental workshop, a message appears that says "This furnace is not hot enough to smelt elemental ore".

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