All Gneiss

Sub-types of gneiss ore.

Batch Compressed Brilliant Gneiss
This extremely rare and valuable variant of gneiss 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 gneiss when reprocessed. Gneiss is a popular ore type because it holds significant volumes of three heavily used minerals, increasing its utility value. It has quite a bit of Mexallon as well as some Pyerite and Isogen. This material was compressed using an older process that compressed batches of raw materials into units using a set input quantity. Newer compression technology uses a more flexible one-to-one unit compression system.
Batch Compressed Gneiss
Gneiss is a popular ore type because it holds significant volumes of three heavily used minerals, increasing its utility value. It has quite a bit of Mexallon as well as some Pyerite and Isogen. This material was compressed using an older process that compressed batches of raw materials into units using a set input quantity. Newer compression technology uses a more flexible one-to-one unit compression system.
Batch Compressed Iridescent Gneiss
Gneiss is often the first major league ore that up and coming miners graduate to. Finding the more expensive variation of Gneiss, called Iridescent Gneiss, is a major coup for these miners due to its 5% greater mineral yield. Gneiss is a popular ore type because it holds significant volumes of three heavily used minerals, increasing its utility value. It has quite a bit of Mexallon as well as some Pyerite and Isogen. This material was compressed using an older process that compressed batches of raw materials into units using a set input quantity. Newer compression technology uses a more flexible one-to-one unit compression system.
Batch Compressed Prismatic Gneiss
Prismatic Gneiss has a fracturized molecule-structure, which explains its unique appearance. It is the most sought after member of the Gneiss family, as it yields 10% more than common Gneiss. Gneiss is a popular ore type because it holds significant volumes of three heavily used minerals, increasing its utility value. It has quite a bit of Mexallon as well as some Pyerite and Isogen. This material was compressed using an older process that compressed batches of raw materials into units using a set input quantity. Newer compression technology uses a more flexible one-to-one unit compression system.
Brilliant Gneiss
This extremely rare and valuable variant of gneiss 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 gneiss when reprocessed. Gneiss is a popular ore type because it holds significant volumes of three heavily used minerals, increasing its utility value. It has quite a bit of Mexallon as well as some Pyerite and Isogen.
Compressed Brilliant Gneiss
This extremely rare and valuable variant of gneiss 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 gneiss when reprocessed. Gneiss is a popular ore type because it holds significant volumes of three heavily used minerals, increasing its utility value. It has quite a bit of Mexallon as well as some Pyerite and Isogen. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Gneiss
Gneiss is a popular ore type because it holds significant volumes of three heavily used minerals, increasing its utility value. It has quite a bit of Mexallon as well as some Pyerite and Isogen. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Iridescent Gneiss
Gneiss is often the first major league ore that up and coming miners graduate to. Finding the more expensive variation of Gneiss, called Iridescent Gneiss, is a major coup for these miners due to its 5% greater mineral yield. Gneiss is a popular ore type because it holds significant volumes of three heavily used minerals, increasing its utility value. It has quite a bit of Mexallon as well as some Pyerite and Isogen. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Prismatic Gneiss
Prismatic Gneiss has a fracturized molecule-structure, which explains its unique appearance. It is the most sought after member of the Gneiss family, as it yields 10% more than common Gneiss. Gneiss is a popular ore type because it holds significant volumes of three heavily used minerals, increasing its utility value. It has quite a bit of Mexallon as well as some Pyerite and Isogen. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Gneiss
Gneiss is a popular ore type because it holds significant volumes of three heavily used minerals, increasing its utility value. It has quite a bit of Mexallon as well as some Pyerite and Isogen. Available primarily in low security status and wormhole systems.
Iridescent Gneiss
Gneiss is often the first major league ore that up and coming miners graduate to. Finding the more expensive variation of Gneiss, called Iridescent Gneiss, is a major coup for these miners due to its 5% greater mineral yield. Gneiss is a popular ore type because it holds significant volumes of three heavily used minerals, increasing its utility value. It has quite a bit of Mexallon as well as some Pyerite and Isogen. Available primarily in low security status and wormhole systems.
Prismatic Gneiss
Prismatic Gneiss has a fracturized molecule-structure, which explains its unique appearance. It is the most sought after member of the Gneiss family, as it yields 10% more than common Gneiss. Gneiss is a popular ore type because it holds significant volumes of three heavily used minerals, increasing its utility value. It has quite a bit of Mexallon as well as some Pyerite and Isogen. Available primarily in low security status and wormhole systems.