Edhelvir ore is a semi-rare ore exclusive to Lothlórien, Lindon and Rivendell, and it can be found underground in these places below layer 48. Its name is derived from the Sindarin word for the race of the Elves, Edhel (Pronounced Eðel), and the word for jewel, mir. It is translated as 'Elven jewel'.

Edhelvir ore is recognisable by its bright blue colour.

Mining it gives the achievement "Glittering Depths".


Some Edhelvir ore in a cave.

Mining Edit

A pickaxe of at least iron or equivalent strength is required to mine this ore.

When broken, the ore drops one Edhelvir Crystal, which has a variety of uses from crafting items to creating Elven portals. They can also be alloyed with iron ore in a Dwarven forge to produce Galvorn ingots. They can also be used in the creation of an Edhelvir block.


The chance of a vein to generate in any layer below y=48 is 6 per chunk. The maximum vein size is 6 ore blocks. For reference: The chance of Glowstone ore vein generation in the Iron Hills, Erebor, and the Red Mountains is equivalent to 8 veins of maximum 4 ore blocks per chunk in the same layers.

Ores of Middle-earth

Vanilla: Coal • Gold • Iron
Common: CopperNitreSaltSilverSulfurTin
Gems: AmberAmethystDiamondEmeraldOpalRubySapphireTopaz
Biome-specific: DurnaurEdhelvirGlowstoneGulduril
Lapis LazuliMithrilMorgul IronRemains

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