Back to PK

Sulfur Deposit

sulfur_deposit_unowned.png

Sulfur Deposits are found randomly as you explore water. They are somewhat rare and the Sulfur they give can be very useful. Troodonts will sometimes be found around these, like caves, so you may have to fight off a group of them first. To get sulfur from an unclaimed deposit (shown above), tap the sulfur deposit and select "Mine" A sulfur deposit can be mined for more sulfur every 6 hours.

Players using Troodont Doctrine Level 1 are able to see sulfur deposits, even when they are outside of their visible circle.

Resources Needed (to claim a sulfur deposit): 2 Wood

Claimed Sulfur Deposit Types


public_sulfur_deposit_owned.png

Public Sulfur Deposit

The public passage sulfur deposit (shown above) can be visited by any player, as long as they are not an enemy of the deposit owner. You may have to pay a fee, dictated by the player's public flag toll, to visit these deposits.

If the owner of the sulfur deposit has their Public Sulfur Mining enabled with a cost set, then anyone (even an enemy of the player) can mine sulfur from it. If you want to stop players from being able to mine from your own deposits, you can use the "Revoke Mining Rights" options in your passage book.

sulfur_deposit_owned.png

Normal Sulfur Deposit

The Normal Passage sulfur deposit (shown above) can only be visited by players who have passage on the deposit owner's flags. You may have to pay a fee, dictated by the passage cost that the owner grants you, to visit these.

However, if you can get close enough to one of these deposits you may be able to mine them without requiring passage from the player. Again, as with public deposits, this depends on whether the owner of the deposit has their Public Sulfur Mining enabled.

private_sulfur_deposit_owned.png

Private Sulfur Deposit

Shown above is a private sulfur deposit, this deposit has been claimed by its owner, and they have no intention of sharing the resources. These deposits cannot be visited or mined by anyone except the deposit owner.


If the deposit is owned by another player, you might want to leave it alone. However, if you're really determined to get at the sulfur inside, you can tap the deposit and select "Attack" to destroy the its defenses. Then burn (costs 20 Crude Oil) to remove the player's ownership of the deposit. Once the deposit has been returned to the unclaimed state, you're free to mine it again.


Building Hit Points: 200 HP
Burn Time: 30 Seconds