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The subject of this article is from the Visions update.
The information from this article is up-to-date as of 13 August, 2019.
Category Earth
Type Localised Earth Element
Rarity Uncommon
Total Value 62.0 Units.png
Used for Building, Crafting, Charging, Upgrading
Symbol Py
Release Visions

Pyrite is a resource.

Summary[edit | edit source]

Pyrite (Py) is a resource and one of the localised earth elements. It is used as fuel for the starship's Pulse Engine.

Game description[edit | edit source]

Local mineral extract, typically found in large deposits or extracted from common materials after inspection with an Analysis Visor.

Typically found on planets with a desert environment.

Sources[edit | edit source]

Refining[edit | edit source]

Pyrite can be refined using a Refiner with the following (combinations of) ingredients:

  • SUBSTANCE.ASTEROID.2.png Gold x1   →   SUBSTANCE.BIOME.DUSTY.png Pyrite x1   ("Metal Restructuring", 0.6 sec./unit output)
  • SUBSTANCE.ASTEROID.2.png Gold x1   +   SUBSTANCE.AIR.1.png Oxygen x1   →   SUBSTANCE.BIOME.DUSTY.png Pyrite x2   ("Mineral Alchemy", 0.9 sec./unit output)
  • SUBSTANCE.PLANT.DUSTY.png Cactus Flesh x2   +   SUBSTANCE.WATER.1.png Salt x1   →   SUBSTANCE.BIOME.DUSTY.png Pyrite x1   ("Floral Titration", 0.9 sec./unit output)
  • SUBSTANCE.BIOME.RADIO.png Uranium x2   +   SUBSTANCE.LAND.1.png Ferrite Dust x1   →   SUBSTANCE.BIOME.DUSTY.png Pyrite x1   ("Environmental Element Transfer", 0.9 sec./unit output)
  • SUBSTANCE.BIOME.RADIO.png Uranium x2   +   SUBSTANCE.LAND.2.png Pure Ferrite x1   →   SUBSTANCE.BIOME.DUSTY.png Pyrite x1   ("Environmental Element Transfer", 0.9 sec./unit output)

Pyrite is used as an ingredient for refining the following products:

Crafting[edit | edit source]

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Pyrite (FeS2, name derived from the Greek word pyrites, meaning "of fire") is an iron-sulfide, commonly mistaken for gold and thus nicknamed 'fool's gold'. In real life, Pyrite's closest use as fuel was previously a source of ignition in early firearms during the 16th-17th century but is also now commonly more used as a cathode material in Energizer's lithium batteries.

Release history[edit | edit source]

  • NEXT - Added as a resource.
  • Visions - Hidden changes: The information panel has an additional icon indicating its purpose.

Gallery[edit | edit source]