Sims 4 Elements: A Guide on How to Collect These Glorious Treasures

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Hey Simmers, explore this guide about all the Sims 4 elements! Our article will help you know where to find these fascinating treasures and what to do with them. Read all about it below!

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A Guide on How to Collect Sims 4 Elements!

Sims 4 Elements: What are They?

In The Sims 4, elements are collectibles obtained by Sims from various crystals or metals. These precious treasures are not only super cool but they also hold great significance in Sim’s lives. Because of their value and beauty, elements can be displayed at home or sold for high prices.

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Not only these but elements also emit an aura that gives Sims the Focused moodlet, making them really nice to have in a work or study area!

How to Obtain the Sims 4 Elements

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  1. Find Crystal and Metals – Sims can randomly walk around various neighborhoods or travel around worlds in order to locate and collect Crystals and Metals. Sometimes, Sims can also gather these by digging through burrows.
  2. Go to unknown locations – In order to find rare elements, Sims must also venture into lesser-known spots and secret areas like Sylvan Glade, the Forgotten Grotto, Planet Sixam, the upper part of Mt. Komorebi, the Deep Woods, and many others.
  3. Coordinate with the Geo Council – After getting their hands on the said Crystals and Metals, Sims can then send these to the Geo Council which can analyze the materials.
  4. Have Sims 4 Elements Delivered to Sim’s Doorstep – For a fixed fee, the Geo Council can then send Sims 4 elements they have extracted from the Crystals and Metals to your Sim via mail.

A List of All The Sims 4 Elements

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Check out the entire list of elements you can find in the game, including important details such as the rarity, value, and the specific crystals and metals required to produce each element.

1. Alcineat

This has the chemical symbol of An, and is discovered in the 50s. It is a member of the elite Royal Liquids.

  • Rarity: Common
  • Value: Priced at §10
  • Crystals You Can Get From It: Peach, Alabaster, Turquoise, Shinolite
  • Metals You Can Get From It: Obtanium, Ozinold, Furium

2. Goobleck

The Sims 4 element Goobleck has Vg as its chemical symbol, and supposedly, it has the best name out of all the elements in Sims.

  • Rarity: Common
  • Value: Priced at §10
  • Crystals You Can Get It From: Emerald
  • Metals You Can Get It From: Plathinum, Heavy Metal, Obtanium

3. Melacoo

Melcaoo, with chemical symbol Q, has been mistaken for Sydrolin in the past by lazy scientists, allegedly.

  • Rarity: Common
  • Value: Priced at §15
  • Crystals You Can Get It From: Sapphire, Rainborz
  • Metals You Can Get It From: Pyrite, Flamingonium, Romantium

4. Oxypin

This blue Sims 4 element is a member of the Transition Ores group of metals, which was apparently discovered by a really sad scientist.

  • Rarity: Common
  • Value: Priced at §15
  • Crystals You Can Get It From: Turquoise, Amethyst
  • Metals You Can Get It From: Punium, Furium

5. Ozinate

Ozinate is also a member of the Transition Ores. It is a common Sims 4 element that can be easily located in plenty of crystals and metals.

  • Rarity: Common
  • Value: Priced at §20
  • Crystals You Can Get It From: Citrine, Simanite
  • Metals You Can Get It From: Ozinold, Baconite, Death Metal

6. Phozone

The Phozone element has the chemical symbol Pz, and is also a member of the elite Royal liquids. The noodle-loving scientist who discovered Phozone was always eating, allegedly, upon the process.

  • Rarity: Common
  • Price: Available for §10
  • Crystals You Can Get It From: Orange Topaz, Rose, Plumbite, Jonquilyst
  • Metals You Can Get It From: Phozonite, Heavy Metal, Pyrite

7. Selium

Selium is also a member of the Transition Ores, the group of Sims 4 elements that encompasses Ozinate and Oxypin.

  • Rarity: Common
  • Value: Priced at §10
  • Crystals You Can Get It From: Fire Opal, Orange Topaz
  • Metals You Can Get It From: Utranium, Alcron, Simtanium, Literalite, Sadnum

8. Sydrolin

Sydrolin has Sy as its chemical symbol and is also a member of the Elite Royal Liquids. It looks like a purple liquid and has no odor.

  • Rarity: Common
  • Price: Available for §10
  • Crystals You Can Get It From: Quartz, Ruby, Peach, Emerald
  • Metals You Can Get It From: Alcron, Baconite

9. Peryllium

This uncommon sims 4 element has the chemical symbol L and is an Orelloid. It can be found in three crystals and three metals.

  • Rarity: Uncommon
  • Price: Available for §40
  • Crystals You Can Get It From: Rose, Ruby, Rainborz
  • Metals You Can Get It From: Socialite, Flamingonium, Romantium

10. Plathium

This uncommon element has the chemical symbol Pl and is a member of the Elite Royal Liquids.

  • Rarity: Uncommon
  • Price: Available for §35
  • Crystals You Can Get It From: Fire Opal, Jet
  • Metals You Can Get It From: Plathinum, Death Metal, Ironyum

11. Volenton

Volenton is also an Orelloid. It has a purple color and naturally occurs in volcanic rock deposits in The Sims 4.

  • Rarity: Uncommon
  • Price: Available for §45
  • Crystals You Can Get It From: Quartz, Amethyst, Simanite
  • Metals You Can Get It From: Crytunium, Socialite, Literalite

12. Wolfium

This one is known for its horrid smell, which scientists in the Sims describe as something like a “wet dog.”

  • Rarity: Uncommon
  • Price: Available for §155
  • Crystals You Can Get It From: Hematite, Shinolite, Jet
  • Metals You Can Get It From: Ironyum, Simtanium

13. Xenopetrium

Xenopetrium is said to be a highly volatile Sims 4 element that is pretty uncommon. According to some scientists, it can be found on Planet Sixam.

  • Rarity: Uncommon
  • Price: Available for §80
  • Crystals You Can Get It From: Nitelite, Crandestine
  • Metals You Can Get It From: Blutonium, Solarium

14. Crytacco

This rare Sims 4 element is known to be very durable—it cannot easily be malleable by modern tools.

  • Rarity: Rare
  • Price: Available for §140
  • Crystals You Can Get It From: Fire Opal, Jonquilyst
  • Metals You Can Get It From: Crytunium, Literalite

15. Firaxium

The rare Firaxium element is not known to many. More research is needed to get to know the properties of this element.

  • Rarity: Rare
  • Price: Available for §160
  • Crystals You Can Get It From: Diamond, Rainborz
  • Metals You Can Get It From: Furium, Sadnum

16. Plumbobus

The Plumbobus is another rare Sims 4 element that is still under study, as not much is known about it in the modern world.

  • Rarity: Rare
  • Value: Priced at §175
  • Crystals You Can Get It From: Jet, Plumbite
  • Metals You Can Get It From: Simtanium, Romantium, Sadnum

What to Do with Sims 4 Elements?

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If you’re wondering what Sims can do with these precious elements, here are some ideas!

  • Use the Chemical Analyzer – Get Sims a job as a Scientist (if you have The Sims 4: Get to Work) and let them use the Chemical Analyzer to extract elements from Crystals and Metals themselves.
  • Make an Element Collection Rack – Get the Elemental Display Rack from Buy Mode and display all your treasured elements for the world (or your house visitors) to see!
  • Place One Element in Every Room in the House – Since elements can boost the focus of your Sims, you can put one in every part of the house to maintain concentration!

Final Thoughts: Collect all Sims 4 Elements Now

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Well yeah, that’s it! We hope you’ve enjoyed our list of elements and learned a lot from the details we’ve included. These precious treasures definitely add an exciting element of fun to the game so make sure you collect each one. Have fun simming, Simmers!


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