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Fae Farm: How to Get Rough Citrine

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Fae Farm: Rough Citrine

As players progress through the game, they will get to find various exotic minerals that can be used in several crafting recipes. One of the first minerals that players can find and can use to craft various seals is Rough Citrine.

In this guide, we’ll tell you how to get Rough Citrine in Fae Farm.

How to Get Rough Citrine in Fae Farm

Players will get to use Rough Citrine in all sorts of crafting recipes especially, in the making of different kinds of seals that will help them skip several levels in the Saltwater Mines To get Rough Citrine in Fae Farm, players have to mine the Rough Citrine Deposits. The Rough Citrine Deposits can only be found in different levels of the dungeons that players will get to visit in Fae Farm.

One of the first dungeons that players will get to visit is the Saltwater Mines dungeon. The Saltwater Mines dungeon will be closed and players will have to get a key for the dungeon to unlock it. Once players have got access to the dungeon, they will be able to find tons of Rough Citrine Deposits from Level 5 to Level 11 of Saltwater Mines along with other mineable deposits.

To mine the Rough Citrine Deposits, players will need to have at least a Starter Pickaxe. Interact with the Rough Citrine Deposits to mine them and each deposit will drop 2x Rough Citrine. To get through the levels quickly in Saltwater Mines dungeon, place the Copper Seal in one of the cauldrons on each level to skip to higher levels to find Rough Citrine Deposits more frequently.

If you want to farm Rough Citrine for crafting item recipes then Level 8 of Saltwater Mines is the best place to get Rough Citrine in high numbers.

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