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== In real life ==
 
== In real life ==
[[File:Cobaltite (Cobalt, Ontario, Canada) 1 (18599849584).jpg|thumb|A chunk of cobaltite rock.]]
 
 
Cobaltite is an ore of cobalt, a [[metal]] not modelled in Dwarf Fortress. Interestingly, the name derives from the word [[kobold]].  
 
Cobaltite is an ore of cobalt, a [[metal]] not modelled in Dwarf Fortress. Interestingly, the name derives from the word [[kobold]].  
 
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File:Cobaltite (Cobalt, Ontario, Canada) 1 (18599849584).jpg|A chunk of cobaltite rock.
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Cobaltite (Skutterud Mines, Modum, Norway) 2 (19226355671).jpg| A piece of Cobaltite
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Revision as of 21:52, 17 October 2015

Cobaltite
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Uses

Location

Properties
Fire-safe Not magma-safe

Wikipedia article

This article is about the current version of DF.

Cobaltite is a brilliant blue stone (notably, the only stone of its color) found as veins in numerous environments. Despite its appearance (showing up as £ unmined and * mined), it is not a usable ore.

Cobaltite is particularly dense, making it useful for stone-fall traps and as catapult ammunition.

In real life

Cobaltite is an ore of cobalt, a metal not modelled in Dwarf Fortress. Interestingly, the name derives from the word kobold.