Enor Pearl

From Deep Rock Galactic Wiki
Jump to: navigation, search
Enor Pearl
Enor pearl icon.png
Resource Details
Type Crafting Mineral
Hardness 0 (Not mined directly)
Rarity Abundant ( Salt Pits / Sandblasted Corridors ) ;
Scarce ( Radioactive Exclusion Zone )
Value Experience Points 2 per unit

Enor Pearl is a Crafting Mineral that can be usually found burried. It can also be stored on the Personal Inventory and Team Depository. It can be bought on the Mineral Trade Terminal for Credit.png 150 Credits, chunks of it can be acquired (only on Salt Pits, Sandblasted Corridors and Radioactive Exclusion Zone) via Huuli Hoarders, Cargo Crates or near Lost Packs.

When the mission is concluded, the Hazard Bonus will dictate how many units the player will get. It is sometimes required to buy equipments, modifications, vanity items and Overclocks. It can be sold for Credit.png 50 Credits in the Mineral Trade Terminal.

Enor Pearls are heavy objects and must be picked up and carried by hand, or via Bosco. When carrying it, a dwarf cannot do anything but throw flares / throwables, ride ziplines, and move with a 25% speed penalty (Sprinting is also disabled). It can be dropped by switching weapons or using the Laser Pointer, it can also be thrown far away by holding the [FIRE] key ("Left Mouse Click" by default) before releasing it.

Appearance[edit | edit source]

As it appears in-game
The small pearls marking the large pearl's location.

Enor Pearls are large, shiny, grey, glowing spheres which must be picked up and deposited similar to other resources hidden in the walls.

Marking their location are smaller white-grey pearls dotting the walls in the area.

Locations[edit | edit source]

Enor Pearls are common in the Salt Pits and the Sandblasted Corridors, and scarce in the Radioactive Exclusion Zone. They cannot be found anywhere else.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

Enor Pearls are shaped by the Sandstorms in the Sandblasted Corridors.

Because of their bright glow, Enor Pearls can illuminate a sizeable area until deposited. This can come in rather handy in very dark areas.