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Wilson Portrait
This gem seems special.

Wilson

Willow Portrait
It's glittery and mesmerizing, like a fire!

Willow

Wolfgang Portrait
Is very nice little stone.

Wolfgang

Wendy Portrait
I see a million sad eyes reflecting back at me...

Wendy

WX-78 Portrait
POLYCHROMATIC ROCK.

WX-78

Wickerbottom Portrait
A precious light diffracting mineraloid.

Wickerbottom

Woodie Portrait
You're fond of it, aren'tcha Lucy?

Woodie

Waxwell Portrait
A sizable magic gem.

Maxwell

Wigfrid Portrait
The spöils of war!

Wigfrid

Webber Portrait
We see eight million eyes reflecting back at us. Neat!

Webber

Winona Portrait
Pretty! Pretty useless.

Winona


The Iridescent Gem is a Don't Starve Together exclusive item, introduced in A New Reign. It can only be acquired by using a Deconstruction Staff on the Moon Caller's Staff. Currently it has no known uses, except for feeding it to Rock Lobsters, as the Moon Caller's Staff cannot be crafted.

Placeholder TriviaEdit

  • The Iridescent Gem was introduced in the A Little Fixer Upper update.
  • The gem bears a strong resemblance to an opal, having a white hue with a colorful tint. This is also indicated by the gem's spawn code.
  • This gem is the only item that can only be obtained by destroying something with a Deconstruction Staff.
  • Despite being a gemstone, the Iridescent Gen cannot be socketed into Cratered Moonrock. Trying to do so will trigger a special failure announcement:
Wilson Portrait
This gem won't work here.

Wilson, after failing to socket an Iridescent Gem

Willow Portrait
It's the wrong rock!

Willow, after failing to socket an Iridescent Gem

Wolfgang Portrait
Little rock does not want to go there.

Wolfgang, after failing to socket an Iridescent Gem

Wendy Portrait
I got it wrong... again...

Wendy, after failing to socket an Iridescent Gem

WX-78 Portrait
INCORRECT MINERAL-BASED POWER SOURCE

WX-78, after failing to socket an Iridescent Gem

Wickerbottom Portrait
This gemstone's properties are incorrect for my purposes.

Wickerbottom, after failing to socket an Iridescent Gem

Woodie Portrait
I don't think that one'll work here.

Woodie, after failing to socket an Iridescent Gem

Waxwell Portrait
That would be an amateurish misuse of its magic.

Maxwell, after failing to socket an Iridescent Gem

Wigfrid Portrait
This gem was nöt chösen för this purpöse.

Wigfrid, after failing to socket an Iridescent Gem

Webber Portrait
We'd rather keep this one for ourselves.

Webber, after failing to socket an Iridescent Gem




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