There are 15 total elements to be collected in The Sims 4, and they are a great addition to any sim’s home. They can be displayed beautifully in the elemental display rack which makes it the least messy of all the collections.

You can use your sim’s elements to give them a focused emotion which can be helpful for gaining skills like logic and rocket science. In this guide we’re going to discuss the ways in which you can find elements, as well as go through every single element you can find.

How to Find Elements

Like most collectibles in The Sims 4, elements are found through digging up rocks around the different neighbourhoods but you won’t just find an element under these rocks.

You’ll be finding crystals and metals that you will need to send to the geo council so they can analyze them and send them back as an element. The geo council will send them back through the mail and will show up the day after you send them out.

If you have The Sims 4: Get to Work, you can also join the scientist career and analyze any crystals or metals you find yourself so you don’t have to send them into the geo council.

To find more rare metals and crystals, you should go to more secret worlds where more rare collectiles will be found. You should visit The Forgotten Grotto, Sylvan Glades, and of course The Planet Sixam!

You can also use the buy debug cheat to find all of the elements and you can just put these straight into your sims inventory and you’ll be able to finish the collection!

You can purchase the elemental display rack for §85 so you have somewhere to keep all of your elements. You can only have one of each element on the rack so it’s a great place to see how many you have left to finish your collection. All you need to do is drag the elements from your inventory to the display and they will snap right into place.

Types of Elements

Common Elements

An image of Goobleck from The Sims 4 Elements collection

Goobleck

“Goobleck, chemical symbol Vg, is a member of the elite Royal Liquids, which have strong colors but no odor. Goobleck has been scientifically proven to have the best name out of all elements.”

Goobleck is a common element that is worth §45. It can be found in 3 metals, plathinum, heavy metal, and obtainium. It can be found in one crystal, emerald.


An image of Volenton from The Sims 4 Elements collection

Volenton

“Volenton is a beautiful purple Orelloid. It occurs naturally in deposits of volcanic rock and in rib-based fast food sandwiches.”

Volenton is a common element that is worth §80. It can be found in three metals, literalite, crytunium, and socialite. It can be found in three crystals, simanite, amethyst, and quartz.


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Oxypin

“Oxypin is a member of the Transition Ores. The scientist who discovered this group of metals was going through some tough times, hence the name Transition Ores. Oxypin is blue which represents the scientist’s sorrow.”

Oxypin is a common element that is worth §80. It can be found in two metals, furium and punium. It can be found in three crystals, amethyst and turquoise.


An image of Ozinate from The Sims 4 Elements collection

Ozinate

“Ozinate is a member of the Transition Ores. They say just a sprinkle of it can help make a casserole night a family favourite again!”

Ozinate is a common element that is worth §45. It can be found in three metals, death metal, ozinold, and baconite. It can be found in two crystals, simanite and cirtine.


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Phozone

“Phozone, chemial symbol Pz, is a member of the elite Royal Liquies, which have strong colours but no odor. The scientist that discovered Phozone really love broth, noodles, and meat with just a touch of carrots, which she often ate while doing experiments.”

Phozone is a common element that is worth §80. It can be found in three metals, phozonite, pyrite, and heavy metal. It can also be found in four crystals, plumbite, jonquilyst, orange topaz, and rose.


An image of Sydrolin from The Sims 4 Elements collection

Sydrolin

Sydrolin, chemical symbol Sy, is a member of the elite royal liquids, which have strong colours but no odor. While Sydrolin looks like grape juice, please do not drink Sydrolin. Seriously.”

Sydrolin is a common element that is worth §45. It can be found in two metals, baconite and alcron. It can also be found in four cyrstals, quarts, peach, emerald, and ruby.


An image of Melacoo from The Sims 4 Elements collection

Melacoo

“Melacoo, chemical symbol Q, is a member of the elite Royal Liquids, which have strong colours but no odor. For a long time Melacoo was actually thought to be Sydrolin, but those scientists were just lazy.”

Melacoo is a common element that is worth §80. It can be found in two metals, romantium, pyrite, and flamingonium. It can also be found in two crystals, rainborz and sapphire.


An image of Alcineat from The Sims 4 Elements collection

Alcineat

“Alcineat, chemical symbol An, is a member of the elite Royal liquids, which have strong colours but no odor. It was discovered in the 50’s when someone found a puddle of it in their backyard.”

Alcineat is a common element that is worth §45. It can be found in three metals, furium, obtainium, and ozinold. It can also be found in four crystals, shinolite, alabaster, peach, and turquoise.


An image of Selium from The Sims 4 Elements collection

Selium

“Selium is a member of the Transition Ores — not the ironic ska/country fusion band of the same name, but rather the group of elements.”

Selium is a common element that is worth §80. It can be found in 5 metals, sadnum, literalite, simtanium, utranium, and alcron. It can also be found in 3 crystals, fire opal, alabaster, and orange topaz.

Uncommon Elements

An image of Plathium from The Sims 4 Elements collection

Plathium

“Plathium, chemical symbol PI, is a member of the elite Royal Liquids, which have strong colours but no odor. Plathium looks a lot like lemonade but tastes more like horrible choking death.”

Plathium is an uncommon element that is worth §80. It can be found in three metals, death metal, plathinum, and ironyum. It can also be found in four crystals, diamond, fire opal, citrine, and jet.


An image of Wolfium from The Sims 4 Elements collection

Wolfium

“Wolfium is a strange element notorious for its smell, which for some reason is similar to that of a wet dog.”

Wolfium is an uncommon element that is worth §45. It can be found in two metals, simtanium, and ironyum. It can also be found in three crystals, shinolite, hematite, and jet.


An image of Peryllium from The Sims 4 Elements collection

Peryllium

“Peryllium, chemical symbol L, is a beautiful pink Orelloid. Many describe it as something that could only come from a unicorn’s magic, and that’s scientists talking.”

Peryllium is an uncommon element that is worth §45. It can be found in three metals, romantium, socialite, and flamingonium. It can also be found in three crystals, rainborz, rose, and ruby.

Rare Elements

An image of Plumbobus from The Sims 4 Elements collection

Plumbobus

“Trying to describe Plumbobus is like trying to bite your own neck. It is impossible! Plumbobus is so unique. It is amazing.”

Plumbobus is a rare element that is worth §80. You can find it in three metals, sadnum, simtanium, and romantium. Also, can be found in two crystals, plumbite and jet.


An image of Firaxium from The Sims 4 Elements collection

Firaxium

“Very little is known about the element Firaxium. It simply does not grant very many interviews.”

Firaxium is a rare element that is worth §80. It can be found in three metals, sadnum, romantium, and simtanium. It can also be found in two crystals, plumbite and jet.


An image of Crytacoo from The Sims 4 Elements collection

Crytacoo

“Crytacoo is prized for it’s legendary durability. It’s so strong, it can’t even be manipulated by modern tools. It just has to be found in useable shapes!”

Crytacoo is a rare element that is worth §80. It can only be found in one metal, crytunium. However, it can be found in two crystals, fire opal, and jonquilyst.

Finishing Your Collection

An image of the elements plaque from The Sims 4

When you finally finish your collection of elements, you’ll be awarded with a plaque to hang up in your house.

The plaque is called It’s All Elementary. This plaque will be an awesome addition to any collection room, or just on a regular wall in your sim’s home.

“Hurrah! This plaque represents the celebratory cry of having combed through geological formations and extracting the fundamental building blocks of matter! A complex feat? Not really, It’s all elementary!”

Final Thoughts

Finishing your element collection in The Sims 4 can be fun, but can be super time consuming. Have you ever collected all of the elements in the game? How long did it take? Let me know in the comments!