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Gemstones

Gemstones
This is not intended to be a complete list of gems but rather an assortment of precious and semiprecious stones for the Dungeon Masters and Players who feel that the treasure hoard needs a little more than the standard rubies, emeralds, sapphires, and diamonds. Also included are options for gem quality and cut as well as a quick table to generate random gem loot.

Agate A stone associated with areas of volcanic activity, agate is actually a form of chalcedony and is prized for both it's appearance and resistance to wear.

Alabaster A soft white stone which is somewhat translucent and easily scratched. Often used to make small containers or bottles, or ornamental vases, it's softness makes it unuseful for much aside from decorative or ornamental purposes. Alexandrite A semi-rare variety of chrysoberyl that changes color with the lighting.

Almandine A type of garnet with a rich deep tone. The color of the stone is usually red tending towards reddish orange or reddish purple.

Amber Fossilized tree resin, amber varies in color from golden to a rich golden orange hue. Occasionally amber may have a small animal (usually an insect) in it which became entrapped before it hardened. Amethyst A variety of quartz with a rich violet hue. It is oftened used in jewelry or similar ornamentation.

Ametrine A rare stone, ametrine is a mixture of amethyst and citrine. It is often used for jewelry and ornamental purposes.

Aquamarine A blue variety of beryl with a clear blue or turquoise tone.

Apatite Apatite can be transparent or translucent, it usually appears green but can be yellow, blue, violet, brown, or pink. Chatoyant stones are often given a cabochon cut and used in jewelry.

Aventurine Another form of quartz which is most commonly green but can also be blue, brown, grey, orange, a cream colored white, or yellow. Aventurine is hard enough to use as a building stone but more attractive pieces are often cut and used for jewelry. Azeztulite A low quality of quartz with many cracks and impurities present, often translucent due to this, and may be brittle enough to crumble while handling.

Azurite A soft mineral with a deep blue tone, it is usually found where copper is present. Primarily used as a pigment it can be polished and set into jewelry but it is so soft that it is easily scratched and tends to lose it's rich color over time.

Beryl A hard mineral which can range in color from blue, green, yellow, white, or even clear. It's most common use is in jewelry.

Biotite Fairly common in places where there is or was lava. Biotite appears greenish in color ranging from brown to black but if weathered takes on a yellowish appearance.

Bloodstone The mineral heliotrope more commonly known as bloodstone, is a form of chalcedony. Most commonly the stone appears as a green chalcedony flecked with bits of red.

Carnelian A semi-precious gem which is usually brownish red in appearance but can range anywhere from pale orange to an almost black coloration.

Celestite Given it's name for it's soft color, celestite can be black, blue, brown, colorless, or pink and ranges in hue from a pale tone to almost clear.

Chalcedony Chalcedony can take a variety of forms and colors. Many semi precious gems are actually a form of Chalcedony, including Agate, Chrysoprase, a nd Bloodstone to name a few.

Charoite Charoite is a rare mineral with a violet hue that ranges from a lilac color to a deep lavender. It is generally cut as a sphere or as a cabochon when used in jewelry.

Chrysoberyl This hard, brittle mineral is valued for it's uses in jewelry and ornamental purposes. Chrysoberyl often appears as a yellow greenish gem but can range to a dark greenish black in color.

Chrysocolla An indicator of the presence of copper ore. Often cut and used as an ornamental stone, chrysocolla is given it's rich blue green coloration due to the oxydization of copper.

Chrysoprase Another variety of chalcedony, chrysoprase has a unique coloration ranging from bright to dark green.

Citrine A variety of quartz with a coloration ranging from pale yellow to almost brown. Cut citrines are extremely difficult to tell apart from topaz on sight alone.

Coral A few species of marine corals are prized for their durable brightly colored skeletons which are often used to make jewelry.

Corundum Occurs in a multitude of colors with clearer stones often being used in jewelry.

Covellite Another indicator of the presence of copper ore in a region, covellite has an indigo to blue iridescent appearance.

Crystal The term crystal refers to glass to which lead oxide has been used in place of potash, resulting in a material that is more refractive than standard glass. Crystal is valued mainly for it's decorative purposes. For gaming purposes a crystal can be any gem like material. Cuprite A dark red gemstone with a deep hue. Cuprite is used almost exlcusively as a gemstone.

Diamond The hardest known naturally occuring mineral, diamonds are prized for their uses in jewelry, various precision tools, and as a symbol of wealth and status.

Diopside A precious gemstone valued for it's rich green color which can be so deep as to sometimes appear as black. Darker stones often have an appearance similar to a star ruby with green and black being the coloration.

Dumortierite Similar in appearance to both lapis lazuli, and sodalite, it is far more common and often used as an ornamental stone.

Emerald Is the name given to the variety of beryl with a green coloring. Emeralds are hard but brittle, their rich green hue is often used in exceptional jewelry or works of art. Emeralds are valued as a symbol of wealth and status. Euclase A brittle gemstone noted for it's blue color which ranges from a pale to a very dark blue.

Fluorite A colorful gem which is often multi-hued. Most common colors are blue, green, purple, yellow but almost any shade is possible.

Fulgurite Found where lightning strikes the sand, it forms glassy, tube like crystalline formations as it cools. The color of fulgurite varies mainly based off the composition of the sand it was formed in.

Garnet Garnets occur in a variety of colors, including red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, brown, black, pink and even clear. Red garnets of good quality are often used as gemstones.

Heliodor Also known as golden beryl, heliodor is a variety of beryl with a pale yellow to a deep golden hue.

Hematite Found in areas where iron is present, hematite is harder than iron but extremely brittle. Hematite has a steely metallic luster to it, and is often used in ornamentation, jewelry but it's brittleness won't allow for much else. Ioloite This stone varies in color depending on what angle it is viewed from. It's color ranges from blue, smoky blue, to a bluish violet hue.

Jacinth A variety of zircon which is transparent and ranges in color from yellow-red to red.

Jade An ornamental stone with a color ranging from pale green to a rich deep greenish black.

Jasper Jasper is another form of chalcedony and can occur in red, yellow, brown or green colors, but the rarest of all are blue shades of jasper. This stone is often used as an ornamentation stone or to make vases, seals, etc.

Jet Jet is derived from decaying wood under extreme pressure. Jet usually appears dark brown or black in color and is often used in jewelry.

Lapis Lazuli This semi precious stone has a rich blue coloration and is valued for uses in jewelry and ornamentation.

Malachite This mineral is common in areas where copper is present. It is prized for it bands of rich green color. Often used in ornamentation and jewelry.

Moldavite An extremely rare mineral believed to have formed as a result of a meteorite impact at some point in the distant past. It has a dull green to olive green appearance. It's uses are primarily ornamental. Moonstone Given it's name for the effect of it's pearly opalescent luster, moonstone ranges in colors from green to white and even grey but the blue tones tend to be most used in jewelry.

Mother of Pearl Mother of pearl or nacre is found in the inner shells of some molluscs and is valued for it's durability and iridescense. It is often used as inlay for jewelry or artwork.

Musgravite A very rare gem with a purple color ranging from a pale shade to a deep clear purple.

Obsidian Volcanic glass formed when lava cools rapidly. It shares many of the same properties as glass and can be cut and polished. Tribal cultures value this stone for making blades and arrowheads as it's edge can be extremely sharp. Onyx Another variety of chalcedony which is often treated to produce a rich black tone. Onyx is often used in jewelry and ornamental stonework.

Opal A soft mineral which appears in a variety of colors including white, gray, red, orange, yellow, green, blue, rose, pink brown, and black. White and green are the most common while red and black are the most rare. Painite An extremely rare gemstone, painite appears as a red, orange-red, to deep brown in color.

Pearl Produced in the shell of most molluscs, pearls can occur in many different colors such as white, silver, golden, cream, or even black.

Peridot Occurs in an olive green color with the darker shades being prized more for use in jewelry.

Pezzottaite A rare form of beryl with a pink to raspberry color.

Quartz A fairly abundant gemstone, which can occur in many different varieties, such as amethyst or citrine.

Rhodochrosite A pink to rose colored gemstone often cut into cabochons for use in jewelry.

Rhodonite A pinkish colored gemstone with contrasting bands of black material throughout.

Ruby Is a variety of corundum with a pinkish to deep reed hue. Deeper colored clear stones are valued for jewelry. Rubies are valued for the beauty as well as symbols of status and wealth.

Sapphire Another variety of corundum , sapphire is any color of corundum except red. Though they cam occur in any color, most sapphires are blue stones with clearer more brilliant specimens used for jewelry. Schorl The most common variety of tourmaline, schorl is usually black but can be dark brown, dark green, or violet.

Serendibite An extremely rare stone with a cyan color that ranges from pale to almost black.

Serpentine Formed from olivine and surrounding rock mass, serpentine is has a distinctive olive green hue contrasted by darker material dispersed throughout.

Sodalite Known for it's rich blue or deep blue color contrasted by white veining, Sodalite is often mistaken for lapis lazuli. Sodalite is widely used as an ornamental stone.

Spessartine A variety of garnet with a color ranging from yellow to red.

Spinel Spinels are a broad range of gems that can occur in any color with clearer gems often used for jewelry.

Sugilite A rare gemstone with a pink to purple coloring. It can be carved but due to it's scarcity it is usually cut and polished for use as a gemstone.

Sunstone Sunstone's unique appearance when viewed at various angles led to it's use as a gemstone.

Taaffeite An extremely rare mineral with a rich violet or mauve hue. Because of it's rarety it is only used as a gemstone.

Tiger's Eye Usually a golden to golden brown color with a silky luster, Tiger's Eye is usually cut into a cabochon to best display it's chatoyancy.

Topaz Pure topaz is normally colorless but depending on the impurities within the color can vary between blue, brown, green, grey, yellow, or a red-pink hue.

Tourmaline Tourmaline is actually another variation of Schorl. It often occurs as a black crystal, but can be brown, green, violet, pink, or even dual colored.

Turquoise Valued for it's unique blue green coloration, turquoise is often used as a gem as well as an ornamental stone.

Zircon Varying in color from colorless to pink, purple, or even a deep reddish brown, zircon is a fairly common stone.

Zoisite Zoisite occurs in blue, grey, green, pink, purple and even white. Clearer specimens are cut into gems while others are carved into ornamental pieces.

Gemstone Pricing Table
Gemstone Agate Alexandrite Alabaster Almandine Amber Amethyst Amethyst, Oriental Ametrine Aquamarine Aventurine Unfinished or Rough 5 GP 125 GP 2 GP 30 GP 25 GP 25 GP 250 GP 37 GP 5 SP 125 GP 12 GP 5 SP Flawed 7 GP 5SP 250 GP 4 GP 60 GP 50 GP 50 GP 500 GP 75 GP 250 GP 25 GP Average 10 GP 500 GP 8 GP 120 GP 100 GP 100 GP 1,000 GP 150 GP 500 GP 50 GP Exceptional 15 GP 750 GP 12 GP 180 GP 150 GP 150 GP 1,500 GP 225 GP 750 GP 75 GP Perfect 30 GP 1,500 GP 24 GP 360 GP 300 GP 300 GP 3,000 GP 450 GP 1,500 GP 150 GP

Azeztulite Azurite Beryl Biotite Bloodstone Carnelian Celestite Chalcedony Charoite Chrysoberyl Chrysocolla Chrysoprase Citrine Coral Corundum Covellite Crystal Cuprite Diamond Diamond, Black Diamond, Blue Diamond, Brown Diamond, Pink Diamond, White Diopside Diopside, Black Star Dumortierite Emerald Emerald, Oriental Euclase Fluorite Fulgurite Garnet, Brown Garnet, Green Garnet, Red Garnet, Violet Heliodor Hematite Iolite Jacinth Jade Jasper

5 SP 2 GP 5 S 25 GP 2 GP 5SP 12 GP 12 GP 5SP 6 GP 2SP 5CP 12 G 5 SP 7 GP 5 SP 25 GP 2GP 5 SP 12 GP 5SP 12 GP 5SP 25 GP 250 GP 12 G 5 SP 1 GP 2 SP 5 CP 56 GP 2 SP 5 CP 1,250GP 1,250GP 1,250GP 1,250GP 1,250GP 1,250GP 75 GP 125 GP 2 GP 250 GP 1,250 GP 62 GP 5 SP 3 GP 12 GP 5 SP 25 GP 25 GP 25 GP 125 GP 62 GP 5 SP 2 GP 5 SP 12 GP 5 SP 1,250 GP 25 GP 12 G 5 SP

1 GP 5 GP 50 GP 5 GP 25 GP 25 GP 12 GP 25 GP 15 GP 50 GP 5 GP 25 SP 25 SP 50 GP 500 GP 25 GP 2 GP 5 SP 112 GP 5 SP 2,500 GP 2,500 GP 2,500 GP 2,500 GP 2,500 GP 2,500 GP 150 GP 250 GP 4 GP 500 GP 2,500 GP 125 GP 6 GP 25 GP 50 GP 50 GP 50 GP 250 GP 125 GP 5 GP 25 GP 2,500 GP 50 GP 25 GP

2 GP 10 GP 100 GP 10 GP 50 GP 50 GP 25 GP 50 GP 30 GP 100 GP 10 GP 50 GP 50 GP 100 GP 1,000 GP 50 GP 5 GP 225 GP 5,000 GP 5,000 GP 5,000 GP 5,000 GP 5,000 GP 5,000 GP 300 GP 500 GP 8 GP 1,000 GP 5,000 GP 250 GP 12 GP 50 GP 100 GP 100 GP 100 GP 500 GP 250 GP 10 GP 50 GP 5,000 GP 100 GP 50 GP

3 GP 15 GP 150 GP 15 GP 75 GP 75 GP 37 GP 5 SP 75 GP 45 GP 150 GP 15 GP 75 GP 75 GP 150 GP 1,500 GP 75 GP 7 GP 5 SP 337 GP 5 SP 7,500 GP 7,500 GP 7,500 GP 7,500 GP 7,500 GP 7,500 GP 450 GP 750 GP 12 GP 1,500 GP 7,500 GP 375 GP 18 GP 75 GP 150 GP 150 GP 150 GP 750 GP 375 GP 15 GP 75 GP 7,500 GP 150 GP 75 GP

6 GP 30 GP 300 GP 30 GP 100 GP 150 GP 75 GP 150 GP 90 GP 300 GP 30 GP 150 GP 150 GP 300 GP 3,000 GP 150 GP 15 GP 675 GP 15,000 GP 15,000 GP 15,000 GP 15,000 GP 15,000 GP 15,000 GP 1,250 GP 1,500 GP 24 GP 3,000 GP 15,000 GP 750 GP 36 GP 150 GP 200 GP 200 GP 200 GP 1,500 GP 750 GP 30 GP 150 GP 15,000 GP 300 GP 150 GP

Jet Lapis Lazuli Malachite Moldavite Moonstone Musgravite Obsidian Onyx Opal Opal, Black Opal, Fire Painite Pearl Pearl, Black Pearl, Golden Pearl, Pink Pearl, Silver Peridot Pezzottaite Quartz, Black Quartz, Blue Quartz, Clear Quartz, Rose Quartz, Smoky Rhodochrosite Rhodonite Ruby Ruby, Star Sapphire Sapphire, Star Schorl Serendibite Serpentine Sodalite Spessartine Spinel Sugilite Sunstone Taaffeite Tiger's Eye Tiger's Eye, Black Topaz

25 GP 2GP 5 SP 2 GP 5 SP 187 GP 5 SP 12 GP 5 SP 1,250 GP 2GP 5 SP 12 GP 5 SP 250 GP 250 GP 250 GP 3,750 GP 25 GP 125 GP 25 GP 25 GP 25 GP 12 G 5 SP 37 GP 5 SP 2GP 5 SP 2GP 5 SP 2GP 5 SP 2GP 5 SP 2GP 5 SP 2GP 5 SP 3GP 7 SP 5 CP 1,250 GP 125 GP 125 GP 125 GP 6 GP 2SP 5CP 62 GP 5 SP 7 GP 5 SP 2GP 5 SP 50 GP 25 GP 125 GP 12 GP 5 SP 37 GP 5 SP 2 GP 5 SP 2 GP 5 SP 125 GP

50 GP 5 GP 5 GP 375 GP 25 GP 2,500 GP 5 GP 25 GP 500 GP 500 GP 500 GP 7,500 GP 50 GP 250 GP 50 GP 50 GP 50 GP 25 GP 75 GP 5 GP 5 GP 5 GP 5 GP 5 GP 5 GP 7 GP 5 SP 2,500 GP 250 GP 250 GP 250 GP 12 GP 5 SP 125 GP 15 GP 5 GP 100 GP 50 GP 250 GP 25 GP 75 GP 5 GP 5 GP 250 GP

100 GP 10 GP 10 GP 750 GP 50 GP 5,000 GP 10 GP 50 GP 1,000 GP 1,000 GP 1,000 GP 15,000 GP 100 GP 500 GP 100 GP 100 GP 100 GP 50 GP 150 GP 10 GP 10 GP 10 GP 10 GP 10 GP 10 GP 15 GP 1,000 GP 1,000 GP 1,000 GP 1,000 GP 25 GP 250 GP 30 GP 10 GP 200 GP 100 GP 500 GP 50 GP 150 GP 10 GP 10 GP 500 GP

150 GP 15 GP 15 GP 1,125 GP 75 GP 7,500 GP 15 GP 75 GP 1,500 GP 1,500 GP 1,500 GP 22,500 GP 150 GP 750 GP 150 GP 150 GP 150 GP 75 GP 225 GP 15 GP 15 GP 15 GP 15 GP 15 GP 15 GP 22 GP 5 SP 7,500 GP 1,500 GP 1,500 GP 1,500 GP 37 GP 5 SP 375 GP 45 GP 15 GP 300 GP 150 GP 750 GP 75 GP 225 GP 15 GP 15 GP 750 GP

300 GP 30 GP 20 GP 2,250 GP 150 GP 15,000 GP 30 GP 150 GP 3,000 GP 3,000 GP 3,000 GP 45,000 GP 300 GP 1,500 GP 300 GP 300 GP 300 GP 150 GP 450 GP 30 GP 30 GP 30 GP 30 GP 30 GP 30 GP 45 GP 10,000 GP 3,000 GP 3,000 GP 3,000 GP 75 GP 750 GP 90 GP 30 GP 600 GP 300 GP 1,500 GP 150 GP 450 GP 30 GP 30 GP 1,000 GP

Topaz, Oriental Tourmaline Turquoise Zircon Zoisite

250 GP 25 GP 2 GP 5 SP 12 GP 5 SP 12 GP 5 SP

500 GP 50 GP 5 GP 25 GP 25 GP

1,000 GP 100 GP 10 GP 50 GP 50 GP

1,500 GP 150 GP 15 GP 75 GP 75 GP

2,000 GP 300 GP 30 GP 150 GP 150 GP

All gems found through mining will be of unfinished quality. The quality of gems found as part of a treasure hoard may vary. This table applies to standard gemstones that may be found in the course of a campaign. Special gems of religious or ceremonial importance, or gems of unusual size should have a value higher than the perfect cut.

Gemstones Cuts
Here are some common cuts for gems. The cut used for a gem is dependent on variety of factors, but in game terms it is purely a matter of aesthetics.

Baguette

Brilliant

Cabochon

Emerald (Step Cut)

Marquise

Obelisk

Oval

Pear

Pyramid (or Prism)

Rose-cut

Sphere (or Egg)

Trilliant

Birthstones

A practice dating back to antiquity, some believe birthstones correspond with the signs of the zodiac while others believe that the stones correspond with a month of the calendar. Different cultures have made different list of birthstones. The Eastern Table represents an older list that is almost universally accepted throughout asia while the Western Table is a more modern list where certain stones were chosen to replace stones that were not readily available. Birthstones can be used to flesh out characters, NPC's, or even campaign settings. Another option is using a gem of exceptionally quality to increase an attribute, either through crafting an enchanted piece of jewelry or having an alchemist render an elixir in which the gem is used. If allowed these should be a 1 time benefit, and should generally adhere to the racial restrictions on attributes. In the case of jewelry it only benefits the person it was crafted for or, at the DM's discretion, persons who share the same sign or stone. The Eastern Birthstone Table Zodiac Sign Aquarius Pisces Aries Taurus Gemini Cancer Leo Virgo Libra Scorpio Saggitarius Capricorn

Gemstone

Attribute Dexterity Constitution Strength Strength Dexterity Constitution Wisdom Charisma Intellect Intellect Wisdom Charisma

Blue Sapphire Yellow Sapphire Coral Diamond Emerald Pearl Ruby Emerald Diamond Coral Yellow Sapphire Blue Sapphire

The Western Birthstone Table Month Zodiac Sign January February March April May June July August September October November December Aquarius Pisces Aries Taurus Gemini Cancer Leo Virgo Libra Scorpio Saggitarius Capricorn

Gemstone Garnet Amethyst Aquamarine Diamond Emerald Pearl Ruby Peridot Sapphire Opal Topaz Turquoise

Attribute Dexterity Constitution Strength Strength Dexterity Constitution Wisdom Charisma Intellect Intellect Wisdom Charisma

Some cultures have even associated certain stones with seasons based loosely off the given list of birthstones. Season Gemstones associated with Winter (Solstice) Spring (Vernal Equinox) Summer (Solstice) Amethyst, Garnet, Moss Agate, Obsidian, Opal, Quartz, Turquoise Amber, Aquamarine, Bloodstone, Diamond, Emerald, Pearl, Sapphire Citrine, Jade, Moonstone, Onyx, Ruby, Tourmaline

Autumn (Autumnal Equinox) Aquamarine, Lapis Lazuli, Opal, Peridot, Sapphire, Topaz

Generating Random Gemstones
Below are 3 tables for generating random gemstone loot quickly. Roll 1d100 (or percentile) to determine the type of gem found. Roll Gem Rarity Result 1-3 4-8 9-10 11-12 13 14-15 16 17 18 19-20 21-22 23-24 25-26 27 28 29 30-31 32-33 34 35 36 37-38 39 40 Common Common Common Common Common Common Common Common Common Common Common Common Common Common Common Common Common Common Common Common Common Common Azeztulite Quartz (Roll 1d4, 1 Black, 2 Smoky, 3 Rose, 4 Clear) Amber Biotite Charoite Schorl Agate Obsidian Malachite Tiger's Eye (Roll 1d4, 1-2 Tiger's Eye, 3-4 Black Tiger's Eye) Bloodstone Hematite Amethyst (Roll 1d4, 1-2 Amethyst, 3-4 Oriental Amethyst) Azurite Chrysocolla Jet Zircon Aventurine Celestite Rhodochrosite Jasper Sodalite

Uncommon Fulgurite

Uncommon Moonstone

41 42 43 44-46 47 48-49 50-51 52 53-54 55 56-57 58-59 60 61 62 63-66 67 68 * 69 70 71 * 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87

Common Common Common Common Common Common Common Common

Covellite Tourmaline Crystal Beryl Alabaster Chalcedony Serpentine Dumortierite

Uncommon Alexandrite

Uncommon Carnelian Uncommon Onyx Uncommon Fluorite Uncommon Citrine Uncommon Ametrine Uncommon Garnet (Roll 1d4, 1 Brown, 2 Green, 3 Red, 4 Violet) Uncommon Spinel Uncommon Heliodor Uncommon Pearl (Roll 1d6, 1-2 White, 3 Pink , 4 Silver, 5 Golden, 6 Black) Uncommon Jade Uncommon Turquoise Uncommon Coral Uncommon Spessartine Uncommon Iolite Uncommon Lapis Lazuli Uncommon Almandine Uncommon Chrysoberyl Uncommon Zoisite Uncommon Cuprite Uncommon Peridot Uncommon Sunstone Uncommon Chrysoprase Uncommon Opal (Roll 1d6, 1-2 White Opal, 3-4 Fire Opal, 5-6 Black Opal) Uncommon Rhodonite Rare Rare Rare Rare Euclase Corundum Sugilite Aquamarine

88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99

Rare Rare Rare Rare Rare Rare Rare Very Rare Very Rare Rare Very Rare Very Rare

Pezzottaite Diopside (Roll 1d4, 1-2 Diopside, 3-4 Black Star Diopside) Jacinth Topaz (Roll 1d4, 1-2 Topaz, 3-4 Oriental Topaz) Sapphire (Roll 1d4, 1-2 Sapphire, 3-4 Star Sapphire) Emerald (Roll 1d4, 1-2 Emerald, 3-4 Oriental Emerald) Ruby (Roll 1d4 1-2 Ruby, 3-4 Star Ruby) Moldavite Diamond (Roll 1d6, 1-2 White, 3 Pink , 4 Blue, 5 Brown, 6 Black) Musgravite Taaffeite Serendibite

100 Very Rare Painite * if you are using this table to determine random gems based off mining then ignore or re-roll these results. Quality Roll 1d6 to determine the quality of the discovered gemstone. Roll Gemstone Quality 1-2 3 4 5 Rough or Unfinished Flawed Average Exceptional

6 Perfect * all gems discovered through mining are automatically of rough or unfinished quality. Cut Roll 1d12 to determine the cut of the discovered gemstone. Roll Resulting Cut Roll 1 2 3 4 5 6 Cabochon Pyramid (or Prism) Obelisk Sphere (or Egg) Baguette Oval 7 8 9 10 11 12

Resulting Cut Pear Emerald (Step Cut) Marquise Trilliant Rose-cut Brilliant

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