Mining Guide
Imperial Conquer Mining Guide

How do I start mining?

The first place to start, would be choosing a mine. The mine you should choose greatly depends on what gems exactly you want to mine. Second of all, you want to grab a pickaxe for 1000 gold from any storekeeper located in any city, to find the storekeeper locations. Equip the pickaxe (you need to be minimum level 15 to equip) and go to your desired mining location you want to mine and right-click with the pickaxe. You should see your character using the pickaxe with mining animations.

Mining tips

  • Avoid mining in popular mining spots, they are the first place mine pkers come to look. The most important thing about mining, is keeping your miner alive as long as possible, if you place your miner in a spot where a mine pker is likely to miss it, then you have a greater chance of keeping your miner alive. You should never mine against the walls because most mine pkers will just hop around the outer section of the mines. You should try to mine someplace off-center, at least a screen and a half away from the wall and not to close to the center.

  • Never move your miner! If you can avoid it, of course. The only time you need to move your miner is if it gets killed, logged off or after server maintenances.
    The main reason for not moving your miner, is to avoid renewing the ore flow and avoid mining with a full bag of ores. The longer you mine in one spot without moving, the less frequently you mine ores. The less frequently you mine ores, the less you need to empty your bag. If you dump ores where you stand for about an half hour without moving, you can keep your miner mining over night, without it filling its bag with ores.

  • Check on your miner as often as you can. Try checking on it every 15-30 minutes, when you're near the computer. When you check on your miner, you get an opportunity to drop your ores, check to see if you mined a gem and yes, check if you're miner is dead too.

  • Keep a character logged off next to your miner, preferably a lvl 40 or 70 water tao. This is probably one of the most useful things a miner can have, You can use this character for a number of things.
    -Trade ores to this character if you need to empty your bag from ores in a rush.
    -Trade any gem you mine over to this character and log it back off, keeping your gems safe and your miner unmoved.
    -If this character is a Water Taoist, then you can also revive your miner if it gets killed.
    The main reason you should do this, is because if you're too lazy to bring a character to run my gems to the Market, especially if it's only a normal gem. You will lose a LOT of gems to mine pkers because you're too lazy to go back for anything less than 4 normal gems or a decent refined gem. You would also lose some precious mining time because you would sometimes be too lazy to run your miner all the way back to the mines, after dying.

Ores

Each ore have ratings that define how pure they are. A quest NPC can request that you give him ores with certain purities to finish the quest.
Ore purity also changes the price at which the ore can be sold to an NPC.

Ore Use

Iron Ore

Euxenite Ore
Mostly used for promotion at level 40.

Silver Ore

Copper Ore
Can be traded with Stoneman (182,105) in market for a Copper Ore Voucher.

Gold Ore
Can be used to get out of PK jail if you have PK points.
Can be sold to any shop for high amounts of gold..

 

Gems

Gems can be put into the sockets on your items to provide a strong bonus depending on what type of gem you used.

Gem Effect

Normal Kylin Gem

50% increased durability

Refined Kylin Gem

100% increased durability

Super Kylin Gem

200% increased durability

Normal Fury Gem

5% increased accuracy

Refined Fury Gem

10% increased accuracy

Super Fury Gem

15% increased accuracy

Normal Dragon Gem

5% increased physical damage

Refined Dragon Gem

10% increased physical damage

Super Dragon Gem

15% increased physical damage

Normal Phoenix Gem

5% increased magic damage

Refined Phoenix Gem

10% increased magic damage

Super Phoenix Gem

15% increased magic damage

Normal Rainbow Gem

10% increased experience gained

Refined Rainbow Gem

15% increased experience gained

Super Rainbow Gem

25% increased experience gained

Normal Moon Gem

15% increased spell experience

Refined Moon Gem

30% increased spell experience

Super Moon Gem

50% increased spell experience

Normal Violet Gem

30% increased weapon proficiency experience

Refined Violet Gem

50% increased weapon proficiency experience

Super Violet Gem

100% increased weapon proficiency experience

 

Mines

A list of all the mines in imperial Conquer and what you can get from mining there.

 

Twin City Mine

The Twin City mine can be found in the top left corner of the map at (044, 396). To get there talk to the Conductress in Twin City and click on "Mine Cave". Talk to "GeneralLong" and he'll teleport you inside.

 

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Iron Ore

Euxenite Ore

Dragon Gem

Rainbow Gem

Fury Gem

Kylin Gem

 

Phoenix Castle Mine

The Phoenix Castle mine can be accessed through the Assistant in the bottom right corner of Phoenix Castle at (932,562).

 

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Iron Ore

Coppper Ore

Phoenix Gem

Dragon Gem

Rainbow Gem

Kylin Gem

 

Jail Mine

If you have less than 30 PK points, you can pay Captain Li (Twin City 512,351) 1,000 Silver, and he will allow you to visit the jail. The players who earn over 100 PK points will be jailed, when they are killed by another player.

 

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Iron Ore

Copper Ore

Gold Ore

Phoenix Gem

Dragon Gem

Rainbow Gem

Kylin Gem

 

Desert City Mine

 

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Silver Ore

Copper Ore

Gold Ore

Moon Gem

Violet Gem

 

Ape Mountain Mine

The Ape Mountain mine can be accessed through the Assistant in the bottom left corner of Ape Mountain, on the other side of the crevice at (523,887).

 

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Silver Ore

Copper Ore

Gold Ore

Moon Gem

Violet Gem

 

MetZone Mine

 

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Iron Ore

Silver Ore

Copper Ore

Gold Ore

Phoenix Gem

Dragon Gem

Rainbow Gem

Moon Gem

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