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Corundum Ore is a crafting material found in The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.

CharacteristicsEdit

Corundum ore is used to make corundum ingots at a smelter. Smelting it together with iron ore produces steel ingots.

Corundum Ore VeinsEdit

Corundum ore veins can be mined with a pickaxe. Each vein, when mined, has a chance to produce a precious gem. The ores in the mines respawn after one month, Skyrim time, while ores found outdoors generally respawn after ten days.

LocationsEdit

Corundum Ore can be found in the following places:

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FalmerAnimunculi and Ash Spawn may carry a piece.
  • One on a plateau of rock above the north shore of Lake Yorgrim halfway between Bronze Water Cave and Forsaken Cave.
  • One due north up a steep snow slope in the rocks overlooking Anga's Mill.
  • One southeast of the fork where the road from Fort Kastav turns toward Anga's Mill, just north of the road behind some rocks.
  • One vein tucked into the rocks beneath an unmarked hunter's camp halfway between Ansilvund and Kagrenzel.
  • One vein east of Largashbur, at the base of the mountain rocks, south of the pond.
  • One vein on the small island just to the southwest of the Abandoned Shack island in the swamp of Hjaalmarch.

SmeltingEdit

Source Weight WeightIcon Gold GoldIcon Ingot Weight WeightIcon Gold GoldIcon
Corundum Ore (2) 2 40 Corundum Ingot 1 40
Corundum Ore, Iron Ore 2 22 Steel Ingot 1 20

AppearancesEdit

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  • What ore would Corundum be compared to in real life?

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    • I think, corundum is a some kind of copper ore, for example, malachite . Because addition of very small amount of copper into the Fe-C sys...
    • Speaking as a professional chemist: The carbon used to make steel actually comes from CHARCOAL ASH.  This could be from the very fires used ...