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Where To Find Adamantium In Spellforce Conquest Of Eo

Adamantium is a rare resource required to progress in your Grimoire challenges. This guide on Where To Find Adamantium In Spellforce Conquest Of Eo will tell you the few locations we have found this rare ingredient but as you only need one, it’s not too much of a problem tracking one down.

It may be possible to find Adamantium on the world map at one of the various mining spots that litter the landscape. However, after about 50 hours across two different campaigns, we never found a single node that gives Adamantium. So it may be incredibly rare or it may not exist, but there are other ways of getting this rare ore.

Where To Find Adamantium In Spellforce Conquest Of Eo

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There are multiple ways to find Adamantium but the surefire way is to head to Silver Drift Hollow, a Dwarven city a short distance North, through the mountains, of Sevenkeeps. If you are at maximum friendship with Silver Drift Hollow the top resource you can purchase there is always Adamantium. It’s not very expensive and as you only need a single bar for the challenge, it does the job.

There are two other ways. It does sometimes appear in other cities as a resource you can buy, but it’s also rare. There is also a landmark location near Silver Drift Hollow, just North of the city, called The Heart of the Hollow. If you build a lodge near it and complete the associated quest, it will deliver an Adamantium in your weekly report at the end of each week.

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