An awesome thing about having metals inside your home is that they will give off a confident aura in the room and can be helpful to get your sims gaining confident skills quicker.
When you start collecting metals you’ll even be able to study the metals and this can make your sim feel focused which can help you gain the logic skill quicker.
How to Find Metals
Like most collectibles in the game, you can find metals from digging up rocks around the different worlds in the game. You may find other collectibles while digging up rocks, so it may take a while for your sim to finish the metals collection.
- As with most things in the game, you can also try out the buy debug cheat to find metals as well.
Types of Metals
“Alcron is a highly abundant silvery, ductile metal which means it doesn’t crack or break under stress as easily!”
Alcron is a common metal that has a value of §30. The elements you may find by sending this metal to the geo council could be selium and sydrolin.
“Baconite is a soft, red colored metal that oddly has a faint smell of juicy, delicious cured pork.”
Baconite is a common metal that can be made up of two elements: sydrolin and ozinate. It has a value of §30.
“Heavy Metal like brass is the metal of choice for musical instruments because of its malleability and acoustic properties.”
Heavy metal is a common metal that has a value of §65. It is made up of two elements: goobleck and phozone.
“Obtainium is pale white in color and is also one of the most abundant metals so it is relatively easy to obtain.”
Obtainium is a common metal that according to its description is the easiest one to find, so expect to find a few in your searches. It’s worth §30 and is made up of goobleck and alcineat.
“Ozinold is a dense, heavy metal accidentally discovered by Harold Ozinold and subsequently named after him due to their similar characteristics.”
Ozinold is a common metal that has a value of §65. If you’re working toward your element collection you’ll find two metals inside an ozinold: alcineat and ozinate.
“Phozonite is a yellow-tinted metal that has good electrical and thermal conductivity, but is famous for its unique atom arrangements.”
Phozonite is a common metal that you’ll find with a value of §30. It’s only made up of one element, phozone.
“Plathinum is a common transition metal that has a variety of uses since it doesn’t react to most chemicals.”
Plathinum is a common metal that has a value of §65. You’l find two elements in this metal: goobleck and plathium.
“Punium is a metal just like any other, but it is habitually overlooked and no one takes it seriously. Perhaps because of its name?”
Punium is a common element that you’ll find only one element inside: oxypin. It has a value of §30.
“Pyrite has a metallic sheen and brassy-yellow color, but you’d have to be a fool to mistake this for real gold!”
Pyrite is a common metal that has a value of §30. You’ll find one of two elements inside: phozone and melacoo.
“Utranium is a metal with a low melting point that was once used as a pigment to dye almost everything purple!”
Utranium is a common metal that has a value of §65. You’ll find a single element inside, selium.
“Crytunium is highly brittle; making it frustratingly hard to work with as it breaks apart easily and is not commonly found.”
Crytunium is an uncommon metal that has a value of §65. You’ll find two elements inside: crytacoo and volenton.
“Death Metal is remarkably resistant to corrosion and is speculated to be the material used in the Grim Reaper’s scythe.”
Death Metal is an uncommon metal that is a silly one, and is rumoured to be used by our pal Grim! It’s got a value of §30 and you’ll find two elements inside: ozinate and plathium.
“Flamingonium is a startling shade of pink and is the go-to metal for creating shiny lawn ornaments”
Flamingonium is an uncommon element that has a value of §30. You’ll find two elements inside: melacoo and peryllium.
“Ironyum is a metal not many understand as it often reacts in the opposite manner of what you would expect.”
Ironyum is an uncommon element that is made up of two elements: plathium and wolfium. It has a value of §65.
“Simtanium has a shiny, reflective green appearance and is highly conductive so it is used in the production of computer parts like circuit boards.”
Simtanium is an uncommon element that has a value of §65. You’ll find one of three elements inside: plumbobus, selium, and wolfium.
“Socialite is a precious metal that is highly sought after to make attractive and extremely valuable jewelry.”
The socialite metal is uncommon and will have a value of §30. It can be made of two elements: peryllium and volenton.
“Furium is highly reactive and flammable compared to other metals. It is prone to outbursts and tarnishes easily.”
Furium is a rare metal with a value of §65. This metal can be made up of three elements: alcineat, firaxium and oxypin.
“Literalite is a hard-to-find purple metal that little is known about, and currently its properties are taken at face value.”
Literalite is a rare metal with a value of §30. When you send this into geo council you can get one of two elements: selium and volenton.
“Romantium is a blush-colored metal that is highly reactive chemically; you might even consider it one of the most amorous metals.”
Romantium is a rare metal where you can find 3 elements: melacoo, peryllium, and plumbobus. It has a value of §65.
“Sadnum is a soft, malleable metal that is typically found in a blue state and is as rare as a unicorn’s tear.”
Sadnum is a rare metal with a value of §65. There are 3 elements that can be found inside the sadnum metal: firaxium, selium, and plumbobus.
Completing the Metal Collection
When your sims finish any collection in the game they are going to be awarded with a plaque that will commemorate this exciting time in your life.
When your sim finishes their metal collection they are going to be rewarded with The Magnum Ingot, a plaque with an image of a metal in the middle.
The plaques’ description is as follows: “The Magnum Ingot plaque refers to the rare, sensitive Magnum alloy created from mixing all the metals discovered in your collection. The Sims Geological Council, however, cautions against any sort of alloying done at home.”
Sending Your Metals to Geo Council
The metals that your sims collect in the game all contain different elements that you can get if you trade them in. Your sim can send them to the Geo Council which is going to cost §20.
The next day, your sim will get the element in their mailbox to help them finish the element collection. However, you will not get the metals back.
I wish you all the luck in finishing off your metals collection, as well as the other collections in the game. You may as well work on these Sims 4 collections as well: