7 Days to Die Lead — Your Quick Guide

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In the game 7 Days to Die, lead is a valuable resource that can be used to craft a variety of items. It can be found in a number of places, but the most reliable source is mining. 

To know more about lead, where can it be found, how to mine one, and its uses in crafting, our gamers crafted this guide for you!

What is Lead?

Lead is a resource that is mostly utilized to make items by melting it in a Forge. Lead can be collected from several locations on 7 Days to Die, by scraping lead-based items discovered while looting, or through mining. 

Mining is the most effective method of obtaining Lead. You should be able to mine it by locating Iron Ore underground or protruding Surface Nodes of Iron Ore.

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What is a Lead Ore?

A Lead Ore [1] appears as large lead lumps embedded in the Stone that surrounds it. It has a  gray-blue color. An Auger, Pickaxe, Stone Axe, or Taza’s Stone Axe can be used to mine these. 

When hit, an ore block will result a Scrap Lead for each hit and a bonus when broken. A Lead Ore may be found in both Navezgane and Random World Generation, both above ground and underground.

Scrap Lead can be extracted from Lead Ore with a pickaxe or, more slowly, a stone axe. In general, it will generate 20 Scrap Lead during harvest and another 20 Scrap Lead when the block is destroyed.

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Matthew Paxton
Matthew Paxton
Mathew has nursed a love of video games since childhood. Now, as an adult, he enjoys playing challenging games as much as he enjoys relating with other gamers. Matthew created Hypernia to give gamers like himself accurate and reliable information about games, servers, communication protocols, and much more.

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