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Disney Dreamlight Valley: Where to Find Alexandrite



Disney Dreamlight Valley - Alexandrite

Alexandrite is one of the new Gems in Disney Dreamlight Valley introduced with the A Rift in Time expansion. It is an exclusive and valuable gem that can only be found in Eternity Isle, a brand-new world only accessible to the players who own the A Rift in Time Expansion.

In this guide, we’ll go over where you can find the Alexandrite in Disney Dreamlight Valley.

Where to Find Alexandrite in Disney Dreamlight Valley

Alexandrite is obtained from mining the Black Rock deposits found inside the Glittering Dunes biome of Eternity Isle. It is the second/third biome that players will get to reach after completing The Sands in Hourglass quest for Jafar.

The Glittering Dunes biome is located on the west side of Eternity Isle and players can find Alexandrite in the following areas of the biome.

  • The Wastes – Unlock using 4,000 Mist.
  • The Oasis – Unlock using 6,000 Mist.

Both of the areas hold multiple mining nodes from which players can get the Alexandrite. Simply equip the Royal Pickaxe and press the RMB on the mining nodes to mine them and obtain Alexandrite. Each mining node will have a chance of dropping either 1x Alexandrite or Shiny Alexandrite and if you are lucky, you might even hit a jackpot and get multiple Alexandrites at once.

It is better to bring along a villager with a Mining role to have a chance of getting more Alexandrites from mining. The selling price of Alexandrite is 350 Star Coins and Shiny Alexandrite is 1,400 Star Coins, and you can sell it at one of the Goofy’s Stalls both in Eternity Isle and Dreamlight Valley.

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