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In modded Minecraft, redstone is often depicted as some by product of cinnabar. But redstone's properties are not similar to those of cinnabar. Cinnabar is basically mercury ore, nothing very special about it, where as redstone is some sort of piezoelectric crystal. I say this because it's often powered when something bends and warps it, like a button pressing down on it or a lever bending it. I figured that, due to it's interesting properties and it's colour, it's probably red tourmaline. Tourmaline is a piezoelectric crystal and comes in red varieties.So I suggest that instead of acquiring redstone from cinnabar and cryolite, it should come from crushing or refining tourmaline.