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The iron ore is a recurring ingredient in the Dragon Quest series used for alchemy and tempering.

Appearances[]

Dragon Quest IX[]

See Article: List of alchemy ingredients in Dragon Quest IX

Dragon Quest X[]

Iron ore is used as an ingredient in the use of equipment and furniture crafting. It can be purchased from a material store for 120 gold, picked up from sparkly spots, or dropped by various monsters, including Mecha-mynahs, Knight errants, Alarmours, and Escudogres.

Dragon Quest XI[]

Iron ore can be purchased for 120 gold from Heliodor (3DS version only), Hotto or the roving emporium at The Emerald Coast during the second act, and the Havens Above during the third act. It can be received from sparkly spots in The Hotto Steppe, the Cryptic Crypt, the Gallopolis Region, the Zwaardsrust Region, Insula Incognita, and Insula Orientalis. A lump of iron ore is required to complete Quest #06: Smiths and Sparkly Spots. It is used for several Fun-Size Forge recipes.

Dragon Quest Swords[]

Iron ore is used as an ingredient for sword tempering.

Dragon Quest Heroes[]

Iron ore is dropped by Restless armours, Slime knights, and Metal slime knights. It can be used to create Adamant pendants and Wrecklaces in the Alchemy Pot or sold for 22 gold. Three lumps of iron ore are required to complete Quest #8: Improving on Perfection 1 and two are required to complete Quest #31: TOOLZ UV THE TRAID.

Dragon Quest Heroes II[]

Iron ore is used as an ingredient to improve various accessories. It can be dropped by Slime knights, Knight errants, Restless armours, and Metal slime knights.

Dragon Quest Builders 2[]

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