Employing susceptibility-based positive contrast for depiction and localization of closely implanted elongated paramagnetic objects (i.e. brachytherapy seeds) is very challenging due to the orientation dependence and/or size overestimation of reconstructed object. In this study, 321 brachytherapy seeds were implanted in four realistic prostate phantoms; all phantoms were scanned at three different angles on a 1.5T MR scanner. A novel susceptibility-based workflow was proposed for visualization and localization of the seeds. For all scanning angles the reconstructed seed shapes, centroids and orientations were identical and no significant difference was found between the proposed method and the current clinically used CT-based method.