It always seems to go the same way, someone posts a photo or video of a rock and someone asks “where is this?” and the response is something to the effect of giving a vague location such as a state or county and sometimes it’s “my own spot” or if asked to clarify the statement comes out “find your own spot!” with nothing else, and no real help.
I’m here to help you with, first off its really rare that someone find a new fully undiscovered location with a mineral to collect, it does happen from time to time but often what happens is a person has tip or clue leading them to an area or knows of an area that is rich in ______ mineral and goes off looking.
This should be used as a tool to help you find minerals, understand that some of the mines on Gaia are active, private property and have the potential to be dangerous.
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