Crokite

Sub-types of crokite ore.

Compressed Crokite
Crokite is a very heavy ore that is always in high demand because it has the largest ratio of Nocxium and Mexallon for any ore in the known universe. Valuable deposits of Pyerite can also be found within this rare ore. This ore is a compressed and much more dense version of the original ore.
Compressed Crystalline Crokite
Crystalline crokite is the stuff of legend. Not only does it give a 10% greater yield than regular crokite, but chunks of the rock glitter beautifully in just the right light, making crystalline crokite popular as raw material for jewelry. Crokite is a very heavy ore that is always in high demand because it has the largest ratio of Nocxium and Mexallon for any ore in the known universe. Valuable deposits of Pyerite can also be found within this rare ore. This ore is a compressed and much more dense version of the original ore.
Compressed Pellucid Crokite
This extremely rare and valuable variant of crokite ore was recently discovered by ORE engineers during early field tests of new moon mining technology. Subsequent testing has confirmed that this ore produces 15% more minerals than standard crokite when reprocessed. Crokite is a very heavy ore that is always in high demand because it has the largest ratio of Nocxium and Mexallon for any ore in the known universe. Valuable deposits of Pyerite can also be found within this rare ore. This ore is a compressed and much more dense version of the original ore.
Compressed Sharp Crokite
In certain belts, environmental conditions will carve sharp, jagged edges into crokite rocks, resulting in the formation of sharp crokite. The increased density of these formations leads to a 5% greater mineral yield than standard crokite. Crokite is a very heavy ore that is always in high demand because it has the largest ratio of Nocxium and Mexallon for any ore in the known universe. Valuable deposits of Pyerite can also be found within this rare ore. This ore is a compressed and much more dense version of the original ore.
Crokite
Crokite is a very heavy ore that is always in high demand because it has the largest ratio of Nocxium and Mexallon for any ore in the known universe. Valuable deposits of Pyerite can also be found within this rare ore. Available primarily in low security status star systems.
Crystalline Crokite
Crystalline crokite is the stuff of legend. Not only does it give a 10% greater yield than regular crokite, but chunks of the rock glitter beautifully in just the right light, making crystalline crokite popular as raw material for jewelry. Crokite is a very heavy ore that is always in high demand because it has the largest ratio of Nocxium and Mexallon for any ore in the known universe. Valuable deposits of Pyerite can also be found within this rare ore. Available primarily in low security status star systems.
Pellucid Crokite
This extremely rare and valuable variant of crokite ore was recently discovered by ORE engineers during early field tests of new moon mining technology. Subsequent testing has confirmed that this ore produces 15% more minerals than standard crokite when reprocessed. Crokite is a very heavy ore that is always in high demand because it has the largest ratio of Nocxium and Mexallon for any ore in the known universe. Valuable deposits of Pyerite can also be found within this rare ore.
Sharp Crokite
In certain belts, environmental conditions will carve sharp, jagged edges into crokite rocks, resulting in the formation of sharp crokite. The increased density of these formations leads to a 5% greater mineral yield than standard crokite. Crokite is a very heavy ore that is always in high demand because it has the largest ratio of Nocxium and Mexallon for any ore in the known universe. Valuable deposits of Pyerite can also be found within this rare ore. Available primarily in low security status star systems.