Geology & Geography

Found in rock and earth. Mined for in certain locations.

Origin & Source

Is usually found near Silver

History & Usage


It was found early in Human history. Being able to mine it came with improvement in technology.

Everyday use

While some is used for jewelry, mostly it is used for trade.

Cultural Significance and Usage

White Gold:
  • Rarity: Moderate
  • Cultural Significance: Associated with purity and elegance
  • Perceived Value: Medium
Blue Gold:
  • Rarity: High (if naturally occurring, like blue goldstone, or artificially enhanced)
  • Cultural Significance: Symbolic of mystery or uniqueness
  • Perceived Value: High
Yellow Gold:
  • Rarity: Common (assuming this is the traditional gold color)
  • Cultural Significance: Classic and traditional
  • Perceived Value: Standard
Rose Gold:
  • Rarity: Moderate
  • Cultural Significance: Trendy and associated with romance
  • Perceived Value: Slightly above standard


It is melted until it can be shaped, usually into bars or strips. Some of these are then made into shavings.


Trade & Market

Gold is a staple becuase it along with Silver are used for buying.

Law & Regulation

  • Currency Exchange Control: Laws regulating the exchange of different colored gold coins. There might be restrictions or taxes for converting between colors.
  • Trade Regulations: Rules on how gold is used in trade. This could include regulations on pricing, contracts, and fair trade practices.
  • Counterfeiting Laws: Strict laws against counterfeiting or altering the colors of gold to deceive others.
  • Inheritance Tax: Laws governing the transfer of gold through inheritance, including taxes and regulations on estate planning.
  • Cultural Preservation Laws: Regulations to protect the cultural significance of certain colored gold. For instance, there might be restrictions on exporting or modifying gold with deep cultural roots.
  • Financial Transparency Laws: Regulations requiring transparency in financial transactions involving gold to prevent fraud or corruption.
  • Environmental Regulations: Laws related to gold mining and processing to ensure environmental sustainability.
  • Anti-Monopoly Laws: Regulations preventing a single entity or a few entities from dominating the gold market, ensuring fair competition.
  • Consumer Protection Laws: Laws safeguarding consumers in gold transactions, ensuring fair pricing and quality.
  • Labor Laws: Regulations addressing the ethical treatment of laborers in the gold industry.
Depends on the color
White, Blue, Yellow, Rose
Common State
Solid chunks
Related Locations
Related Species

Cover image: by Lady Wynter


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