Fire Quartz is one of the rarest minerals in Stardew Valley. The best thing about Fire Quartz is it is not only beneficial for its sale price but also its utility it provides to farm in the game. Since it is a rare mineral, thousands of Stardew Valley players have been having trouble finding it in the game and if that’s you that then look no further as we have got you covered.
How To Get Fire Quartz in Stardew Valley
Finding Fire Quartz in Stardew Valley is a bit complicated. Those who want to get it must be heading to the deepest level of the Mines. Before you embark on a journey to get Fire Quartz, make sure you have already reached 80 Floors.
The only reason why we are urging you to reach 80 Floor first is it increases the tremendous chance of having Fire Quartz on the floor. Apart from heading to the deepest level of the mine, you can obtain it inside Magma Geode or Omni Geode. Both Magma Geode or Omni Geode will provide Fire Quartz when brought to Clint.
There is one more way to get Fire Quartz in Stardew Valley but it requires you to travel in bodies of water. Since it does not have a high chance to get Fire Quartz in the bodies of water, you should opt for fishing.
What all you need to do is go to a body of water and grab an underwater treasure chest. Besides these options, you can also try panning for the mineral. Notably, this option will only be available when you have removed the boulder from the cave entrance.
There are multiple ways to get Fire Quartz in Stardew Valley but none of them guarantee you to drop this rare mineral.
For the unversed, you can sell Fire Quartz for 100g and 130g at regular shops and at the Gemologist, respectively. In order to produce three Refined Quartz, you will have to place this rare mineral into the furnace. Once produced, you will have an option to sell them for 50g.