Obtaining[edit | edit source]
Mining[edit | edit source]
Edhelvir ore mined using a pickaxe of mining level iron or higher will drop 1 Edhelvir.
Crafting[edit | edit source]
Nine Edhelvir can be crafted from a block of Edhelvir.
Usage[edit | edit source]
These crystals can be crafted into High Elven torches using the recipe shown below. Right-clicking on a grass block while holding one makes Elvengrass, from which Elven portals and giant Mellyrn can be made. For this to work you either need 1 High elven or 1 Lothlórien alignment. If alloyed with iron in a Dwarven forge it makes a Galvorn ingot. Edhelvir can also be stored in blocks just like ingots can. These are crafted by putting nine of them in a 3x3 formation on a vanilla crafting table.
Crafting ingredient[edit | edit source]
|Block of Edhelvir||Edhelvir|
|High Elven Torch||Edhelvir +
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- The name Edhelvir, such as Gulduril, was invented by the mod team and does not exist in Tolkien's lore. However, the name was created using Sindarin, one Tolkien's elvish languages. The root of the name is Edhel, meaning "Elf". The suffix Mir, mutated in -vir is also Sindarin, meaning "jewel". When combined, it forms a new word, Edhelvir, standing for "Jewel of the Elves".
- Since Public Beta 29, Edhelvir cannot be used to craft Mallorn torches.
- Before Public Beta 30 it was called "Quendite". Quendi (Quenya) = those that speak = Elves. -ite (Greek) = -ítês = ore. So Quendite is the ore of those who speak.
Gallery[edit | edit source]
|The High Elves of the West|
|The Wood-elves of Lothlórien|
Elf (Banner Bearer, Warden, Warrior)