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Eden Ore is found among the stone areas of Eden, spawning in veins of 3 to 8. Eden Ore is surprisingly common, and can be found exposed out in the open, making it easy to spot.
Eden Ore is often exposed in Eden, therefore few mining techniques are required to find them. The only problem that arises from this is that Eden Ore can spawn on the underside of islands. This means that players have to stack blocks to reach them, making them vulnerable to Cories, which can knock them off easily.
Strip mining techniques are generally ineffective due to the small sizes of the floating islands. Because of this, players must traverse from island to island if they want to find more Eden Ore, because the supply of Eden Ore on each island is limited.
Mining Eden Ore drops Eden Fragments, which can be crafted into Eden Dust, the ammunition for the Eden Blitz. Eden Fragments are also used to make Eden Chests, which are basically large chests occupying a single block of space. But perhaps the main use of Eden Fragments are the crafting of Eden Blocks, which are used to build the portal to Apalachia.
Eden Fragments can be crafted into Eden Gems, which are then used to craft Eden Slicers. Finally, Eden Gems can then be crafted into Eden Chunks, which are used to make higher-tier Tools, Weapons and Armor.
Although Eden Ore is surprisingly common, killing native creatures such as Bunnies and Eden Cadillions is a far more effective way of farming Eden Fragments. This is because they drop Eden Souls upon death, which can be crafted into Eden Fragments. In addition, you do not have to traverse from island to island, because all mob drops are renewable, and they spawn quite frequently. Bunnies are especially useful, because on regular death they can drop 2 Eden Souls, and then one more as an Angry Bunny.