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Mining is one of the 19 skills available in Guilds of Gods. You gain experience in this skill by using a pickaxe to gather ore from one of the many rocks around the map. Most ores are used in the Smithing skill, with the exception of clay which is used in crafting.

Pickaxes

A players mining level determines the pickaxe they can wield, at the standard formula. Each successive pickaxe does seem to have an effect on the success rate for mining. According to the developer the pickaxe used provides an invisible boost to mining level, which ultimately affects the success rate of mining.

IMAGE ITEM NAME LEVELS REQUIRED CAMP IMAGE CAMP ITEMS REQUIRED LEVELS REQUIRED TO CAMP OBTAINED FROM
Copper pickaxe.png
Copper pickaxe 1 Woodcutting
MineCamp1.png
saw,5 logs,1 copper pickaxe Construction 1

Mining 10

mining store
Iron pickaxe.png
Iron pickaxe 10 Woodcutting
MineCamp2.png
saw,5 oak logs,1 iron pickaxe Construction 10

Mining 20

smithing
Steel pickaxe.png
Steel pickaxe 20 Woodcutting
MineCamp3.png
MineCamp3.5.png
saw,5 ash logs,1 steel pickaxe smithing
Nelenite pickaxe.png
Nelenite pickaxe 30 Woodcutting
MineCamp4.png
saw,5fur logs,1 nelenite pickaxe Construction 30

Mining 40

smithing
Gothite pickaxe.png
Gothite pickaxe 40 Woodcutting
MineCamp5.png
saw,5king maple logs,1 gothite pickaxe Construction 40

Mining 50

smithing
Osmium pickaxe.png
Osmium pickaxe 50 Woodcutting
MineCamp6.png
saw,5magic logs,1 osmium pickaxe Construction 50

Mining 60

smithing

Ores

PICTURE ITEM NAME LEVELS REQUIRED EXP CAMP ITEMS REQUIRED LEVELS REQUIRED TO CAMP OBTAINED FROM
We provide you with 1 overworld position
Clay.png
Clay 1 Mining 12 Saw, 5 Logs, Copper Pickaxe 10 Mining

1 Construction

Clay rock -Position 68,10

Copper ore.png
Copper ore 1 Mining 25 Saw, 5 Logs, Copper Pickaxe 10 Mining

1 Construction

Copper rock -Position 17,34

Iron ore.png
Iron Ore 10 Mining 50 Saw, 5 Oak Logs, Iron Pickaxe 20 Mining

10 Construction

Iron rock -17,33

Coal ore.png
Coal
  • 20 Mining
  • 40 for pure coal nodes
75 Saw, 5 Ash Logs, Steel Pickaxe 30 Mining

20 Construction

Coal rock -Position 15,35 Pure coal rock -Position 63,331

Gold ore.png
Gold ore 25 Mining 85 Saw,5 Ash logs,steel pickaxe 35 Mining

25 Construction

Gold rock -position 58,332

Nelenite ore.png
Nelenite Ore 30 Mining 100 Saw, 5 Fur Logs, Nelenite Pickaxe 40 Mining

30 Construction

Nelenite rock -Position 72,12

Gothite ore.png
Gothite Ore 40 Mining 125 Saw, 5 King Maple Logs, Gothite Pickaxe 50 Mining

40 Construction

Gothite rock -Poisiton 7,97

Osmium ore.png
Osmium Ore 50 Mining 150 Saw, 5 Magic Logs, Osmium Pickaxe 60 Mining

50 Construction

Osmium rock -Position 4,98

Stone.png
Stone 1 Mining 5 Not campable Not campable

Rock in Obby minigame

Golems

GolemHeadClay1.png
GolemHead1.png
GolemHead2.png
GolemHeadCoal1.png
GolemHead3.png
GolemHead4.png
GolemHead5.png

When manually mining any ore (mining without using camps) there is a small chance for a Golem to spawn. This will be a different golem for each of the ores mined. These golems generally drop either noted ore or a small number of pickaxes, but there is a 1/50 chance for the golem to drop either a fragment or a chunk. These can then be combined with a thread to create a necklace that provides a boost to mining that particular ore. The fragment necklace provides a 2.5% chance of mining 2 ores at once, while the chunk necklaces provide a 10% decreased chance of a node dissapearing.

Golems health and defense scale based on the player that spawns them but they only ever have 1 strength so generally any player can safely kill a golem they have spawned with only their pickaxe equipped.

Training Strategy

Manually mining to 10 mining through copper and then using the best camp available is basically the only way to train mining efficiently. You can manually mine at higher levels, and spam click to mine faster however this is largely unsustainable over a long period of time. It is a good way to hunt for golems though!

At higher levels having bags of osmium tools will allow you to bank less often as well as saving inventory space, meaning that you can build more camps at once. You could even have your logs in bags, but most players choose to cut the logs for their camps as they need them.

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