Enchanted Lodestone

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Enchanted Lodestone
Enchanted Lodestone.png
Rarity Common
Type Trophy
Value 3 Gold
Stackable Yes
Campaign Prophecies
Collector(s) Mindle
Common salvage Granite Slabs
Enchanted Lodestone.jpg

Enchanted Lodestones are pieces of Elementals of Ascalon before the Searing. They were known to have a "subtle glow" in darkness. However, after the Searing, the Elementals and their lodestones became scorched like the land.


Drop and salvage research is ongoing, and can be found here.


Green Hills County
Farming Enchanted Lodestones.jpg

Leave from Barradin's Estate. Head north, then west toward the cave. Once you've cleared the area, backtrack toward the Barradin's Estate but go south now to kill a couple more stone elementals. Then go straight east and clear the entire area. The total run takes around 15min with a total of ~60 stone elementals.

Wizard's Folly

Follow the farming route for Icy Lodestones; aside from several ones around Wizard's Tower and along the northern road, the area past the ice cave has a lot of Stone Elementals (and a dozen Large Aloe Seeds if the quest Unnatural Growths is not yet completed).



Location: Wizard's Folly in the fishing village
Collecting: 3 Enchanted Lodestones

Item Stats Value
Cane Chaos damage: 3-5 9 Gold
Grim Cesta Energy +3 9 Gold
War Hammer* Blunt damage 8-10 9 Gold
Ascalon Longbow Piercing damage: 7-10 9 Gold

* War Hammer uses the Foehammer skin.


Location: Wizard's Folly in the fishing village
Collecting: 3 Enchanted Lodestones

Profession Item AR Armor bonus Value
Warrior Warrior No armor N/A N/A N/A
Ranger Ranger No armor N/A N/A N/A
Monk Monk Krytan Handwraps 7 Energy +5 9 Gold
Necromancer Necromancer No armor N/A N/A N/A
Mesmer Mesmer No armor N/A N/A N/A
Elementalist Elementalist Krytan Gloves 7 Energy +5 9 Gold

Nicholas Sandford[edit]

Location: Regent Valley (pre-Searing) in the secret garden.
Collecting: 5 Enchanted Lodestones (on certain days)

Item Value
Gift of the Huntsman 0 Gold


  • In a lore context, according to Nicholas Sandford, Enchanted Lodestones emit a glow in the dark; however, they do not show that glow - this is most likely due to this bit of lore being added later and they were originally not intended to glow.