Collecting Elements in The Sims 4
The Elements Collection is great to have in your home. You can even display them on the Elemental Display Rack so they won’t take so much space in the room. There are a total of 15 Elements to collect.
Your Sims can become Focused when they turn on the emotional aura on the Element or become Focused when you use ‘study element’. You can also use this action on the Elemental Display Rack.
How to collect all Elements
When you want to collect Elements you have to start digging up rocks for Metals and Crystals. These can be turned into Elements when your sending it for §20 to the Geo Council. You can do this if you click on one of the metals or crystals in your Inventory. You will get the Element in your mailbox when they have separate the metals or crystals. The raw material will be lost.
Some of the rarer metals and crystals can be found in space when you go on a space mission with a rocket ship. It’s recommended that you upgrade the rocket ship as much as possible.
If you have The Sims 4 Get to Work you also will be able to find Elements with the Chemical Analyzer in the Science Lab.
Elemental Display Rack
Proudly display your element collection on this official Geo Council rack. Now with inert magnetic snap-slots so you don’t have to place all the elements on tables or shelves. This elements rack can be obtained for §85 in buy mode.
You can also unlock all the Metals with the Buy Debug mode cheat (adds extra objects) found on the Cheat Code page. Make sure you put the Metals in your inventory to complete the collection.
Alcineat, chemical symbol An, is a member of the elite Royal Liquids, which have strong colors but no odor. It was discovered in the 50's when someone found a puddle of it in her backyard.
Found in Metal: Furium, Obtainium, Ozinold
Found in Crystal: Alabaster, Peach, Shinolite, Turquoise
Crytacoo is prized for its legendary durability. It's so strong, it can't even be manipulated by modern tools. It just has to be found in usable shapes!
Found in Metal: Crytunium
Found in Crystal: Jonquilyst, Fire Opal
Very little is known about the element Firaxium. It simply does not grant very many interviews.
Found in Metal: Furium, Sadnum
Found in Crystal: Diamond, Rainborz
Goobleck, chemical symbol Vg, is a member of the elite Royal Liquids, which have strong colors but no odor. Goobleck has been scientifically proven to have the best name out of all elements.
Found in Metal: Heavy Metal, Obtainium, Plathinum
Found in Crystal: Emerald
Melacoo, chemical symbol Q, is a member of the elite Royal Liquids, which have strong colors but no odor. For a long time Melacoo was actually thought to be Sydrolin, but those scientists were just lazy.
Found in Metal: Flamingonium, Pyrite, Romantium
Found in Crystal: Rainborz, Sapphire
Oxypin is a member of the Transition Ores. The scientist who discovered this group of metals was going through some tough times, hence the name Transition Ores. Oxypin is blue, which represents the scientist's sorrow.
Found in Metal: Furium, Punium
Found in Crystal: Amethyst, Turquoise
Ozinate is a member of the Transition Ores. They say just a sprinkle of it can help make casserole night a family favorite again!
Found in Metal: Baconite, Death Metal, Ozinold
Found in Crystal: Citrine, Simanite
Peryllium, chemical symbol Ll, is a beautiful pink Orelloid. Many describe it as something that could only come from a unicorn's magic, and that's scientists talking!
Found in Metal: Flamingonium, Romantium, Socialite
Found in Crystal: Rainborz, Rose, Ruby
Phozone, chemical symbol Pz, is a member of the elite Royal Liquids, which have strong colors but no odor. The scientist that discovered Phozone really loved broth, noodles, and meat with just a touch of carrots, which she often ate while doing experiments.
Found in Metal: Heavy Metal, Phozonite, Pyrite
Found in Crystal: Jonquilyst, Orange Topaz, Plumbite, Rose
Plathium, chemical symbol PI, is a member of the elite Royal Liquids, which have strong colors but no odor. Plathlum looks a lot like lemonade but tastes more like horrible choking death.
Found in Metal: Death Metal, Ironyum, Plathinum
Found in Crystal: Citrine, Diamond, Fire Opal, Jet
Trying to describe Plumbobus is like trying to bite your own neck. It is impossible! Plumbobus is so unique. It is...amazing.
Found in Metal: Sadnum, Simtanium, Romantium
Found in Crystal: Jet, Plumbite
Selium is a member of the Transition Ores - not the ironic ska/country fusion band of the same name, but rather the group of elements.
Found in Metal: Alcron, Literalite, Sadnum, Simtanium, Utranium
Found in Crystal: Alabaster, Fire Opal, Orange Topaz
Sydrolin, chemical symbol Sy, is a member Of the elite Royal Liquids, which have strong colors but no odor. While Sydrolin looks like grape juice, please do not drink Sydrolin. Seriously.
Found in Metal: Alcron, Baconite
Found in Crystal: Emerald, Peach, Quartz, Ruby
Volenton is a beautiful purple Orelloid. It occurs naturally in deposits of volcanic rock and in rib-based fast food sandwiches.
Found in Metal: Crytunium, Literalite, Socialite
Found in Crystal: Amethyst, Quartz, Simanite
Wolfium is a strange element notorious for its smell, which for some reason is similar to that of a wet dog.
Found in Metal: Ironyum, Simtanium
Found in Crystal: Hematite, Jet, Shinolite
Elements Collection (The Sims 4 Get to Work)This Elements collection is only available with The Sims 4 Get to Work and can be found in Alien Crystals and Alien Metals.
Xenopetrium is a highly volatile element. It was discovered when a child tripped over a deposit of the rare substance while trying to catch his runaway Xenoflox. The poor child was propelled clear to a nearby moon. The discovery led to a period of rapid innovation, including space flight. The boy was retrieved only a few orbits later and reunited with his beloved pet.
Found in Metal: Blutonium, Solarium
Found in Crystal: Crandestine, Nitelite
Complete Collection Reward: It’s All Elementary!
Hurrah! This plaque represents the celebratory cry of having combed through geological formations and extracting the fundamental building blocks of matter! A complex feat? Not really, It’s All Elementary!