Collecting Crystals in The Sims 4
Crystals are very useful to collect. When you display them in a room you can either put on the emotional aura to become Energized or study them to become Focused. And they look very gorgeous in the room of course.
Crystals are composed of Elements. You can send the Crystals for §20 to the Geo Council to find out what types of elements the Crystal is composed of. You will get the Element in your mailbox when they have separate the Crystal but the Crystal will be lost.
How to collect all Crystals
Sims can find Crystals by digging up rocks that you can find scattered all around each neighborhood. Rocks can also contain metals or other objects. When you find a crystal, it will appear in your Sims inventory. If you have trouble finding specific Crystals don’t give up and keep digging in different places.
You can also unlock all the Crystals with the Buy Debug mode cheat (adds extra objects) found on the Cheat Code page. Make sure you put the Crystals in your inventory to complete the collection.
Alabaster is a milky white stone that is soft and smooth to the touch.
Elemental Components: Alcineat, Selium
Like delicious citrus fruits, Citrine colors range from pale yellow to golden. Perhaps that color is why it's thought to bring success and prosperity!
Elemental Components: Ozinate, Plathium
Emerald literally means green gem, and the gorgeous green color of emeralds are unparalleled! Having one will surely make others green with envy!
Elemental Components: Goobleck, Sydrolin
Being relatively abundant and durable, Orange Topaz is a very popular gemstone! With its happy color, it can be a symbol of friendship.
Elemental Components: Selium, Phozone
This small stone is delicate in size with a demure, peachy-pink color. No wonder it is the embodiment of innocence.
Elemental Components: Alcineat, Sydrolin
Quartz was once believed to be ice crystals that would never melt, but now we know it's made of silicon-oxygen tetrahedral. Duh.
Elemental Components: Volenton, Sydrolin
Named for its pale pink color, Rose quartz is the stone of unconditional love and exudes a soothing sense of tranquility.
Elemental Components: Phozone, Peryllium
Sought after for their brilliant red hues, rubies represent the passion of love. Decorating your slippers with them do not allow you to teleport.
Elemental Components: Sydrolin, Peryllium
Bluer than the sky, Sapphire is a sight to behold! Known as the gem of truth, helped coin the phrase "true blue."
Elemental Components: Melacoo
Turquoise is an opaque, blue-to-green stone that has been prized for centuries, as many believe it brings protection and good fortune.
Elemental Components: Alcineat, Oxypin
Amethysts are purple colored quartz! From soft lilac to royal violet these purple shades are caused by iron impurities in the stone.
Elemental Components: Oxypin, Volenton
Often used in jewelry, these sparkling gems are some of the most valued in the world and are also the hardest known natural material!
Elemental Components: Plathium, Firaxium
These uncommon opals are generally found in volcanic rock formations and are prized for their shifting warm, fiery colors.
Elemental Components: Crytacoo, Selium, Plathium
Even though Hematite has a black metallic luster on the outside, it has a dark blood red color on the inside.
Elemental Components: Wolfium
Shinolite is the shiniest stone of them all! Be careful looking at it as you might just get hypnotized by its gleaming silver beauty.
Elemental Components: Alcineat, Wolfium
Simanite is one of the few stones with a true silver color. It has been used in everything from alchemy to utensil polishing.
Elemental Components: Volenton, Ozinate
Because of its somber coloring Jet is commonly used in mourning jewelry, but it isn't commonly known that Jet is actually fossilized wood!
Elemental Components: Plumbobus, Plathium, Wolfium
Jonquilyst is like a glittering drop of sunshine! Its bright, yellow color radiates cheerfulness.
Elemental Components: Phozone, Crytacoo
While Plumbites are found in varying shades from red to yellow to green, it's most popular hue is a deep, bright green.
Elemental Components: Plumbobus, Phozone
Rainborz is a rare and unusual gemstone that is multi-colored, but predominantly red. And strangely, it is frequently found near rainbows!
Elemental Components: Peryllium, Firaxium, Melacoo
Crystals Collection (The Sims 4 Get to Work)This Crystal collection is only available with The Sims 4 Get to Work and can be found in the Alien World Sixam. Crystals can be used to create inventions or serums in the Scientist career. Crandestine crystals can be found periodically emitted from Crandestine deposits and Nitelite crystals are emitted from Nitelite deposits.
Crandestine is an otherworldly red gemstone like nothing ever seen on Earth.
Elemental Components: Xenopetrium, Crytacoo
Nitelite is a fluorescent green crystal that is so bright it burns to look directly at it.
Elemental Components: Xenopetrium, Phozone, Volenton
Complete Collection Reward: Consummate Gem Connoisseur
The Sim Geological Council wanted to let you know that you’ve satisfied their stringent requirements in both hoarding and showing off your pretty crystalline friends. This is your very own Consummate Gem Connoisseur plaque. It’s almost as pretty as your gem collection.