Hazeraite is an odoriferous mineral formed from the bedrock expulsion of iron and gold, with the former being the primary elemental compound involved. It has an average metal content of 72%.
Hazeraite is a large, rocky substance, pock-marked from its expulsion from the layers beneath the planet during the planet's volcanic era. They are also discernible by their strong odor. These rocks are a pale gray in coloration.