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== Harvesting ==
 
== Harvesting ==
Clay blocks may be removed by breaking (left click) with an empty hand or using any tool, though a [[shovel]] is a faster method to harvest clay blocks. When broken, clay blocks drop 1-3 units of clay, which stack to 64 and may be carried in player inventory, or stored in stationary containers. Clay blocks may NOT be harvested intact and replaced elsewhere.
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Clay blocks may be removed by breaking (LMB) with an empty hand or using any tool, though a [[shovel]] is a faster method to harvest clay blocks. When broken, clay blocks drop 1-3 units of clay, which stack to 64 and may be carried in player inventory, or stored in stationary containers. Clay blocks may NOT be harvested intact and replaced elsewhere.
  
 
== Usage ==
 
== Usage ==

Revision as of 20:42, 23 January 2020

Clay
Rawclay blue.png
Stackable No
Material Blue clay or fire clay
Drops 1-3 clay


Blocks


Natural Generation

Claydeposits.png

Clay is a terrain block variant created during world generation. The grass coverage (grass variant) indicates the climate conditions in the area.

Clay Types

There are two type of clay blocks that currently exist: Blue Clay (appears pale blue) and Fire Clay (appears pale pink/beige). Players can find deposits of clay scattered throughout temperate zones in the world.

Grass Variants

Clay blocks have grass coverage variants and may appear as "bare clay" with a surface colored according to the clay type (no grass), or a green top surface, aka "grass block". Depending on climactic conditions, grass coverage appears sparse (patchy green) on clay blocks. Tall grass may also grow/spawn on "grass" blocks.

Harvesting

Clay blocks may be removed by breaking (LMB) with an empty hand or using any tool, though a shovel is a faster method to harvest clay blocks. When broken, clay blocks drop 1-3 units of clay, which stack to 64 and may be carried in player inventory, or stored in stationary containers. Clay blocks may NOT be harvested intact and replaced elsewhere.

Usage

Blue Clay

Blue clay can be used to form clay bricks or hardened clay blocks. Blue clay is primarily used to form pottery items and molds in conjunction with the clay forming mechanic. For more information on creating pottery items, see the clay forming guide.

Fire Clay

Fire clay may be substituted for Blue clay in any of the uses named above, but only bricks made of fire clay (fire bricks) can be used to create the bloomery functional block.

Storage

Clay blocks may NOT be carried in player inventory or stored in containers.


Vintage Story: Vanilla Game Content
Terrain Blocks Rawclay blue.pngClay Grid Gravel Granite.pngGravel Peat.pngPeat Grid Rock granite.pngRock Grid Granite sand.pngSand Grid Barren low fertility soil.pngSoil
Construction Blocks Grid Blue clay bricks.pngCeramic Blocks Grid Glass.pngGlass Grid Oak plank.pngPlanks Grid Diagonal logs plaster.pngPlaster Grid Cob.pngSoil Blocks Grid Polished Granite.pngStone Blocks
Functional Blocks Grid Barrel.pngBarrelGrid Woodbucket.pngWooden Bucket Grid Wooden bed.pngBed Grid Chest.pngContainers Firepit lit.pngFirepit Forge.pngForge Grid Loot Vessel.pngLoot Vessels Grid Ore blasting bomb.pngOre blasting bomb Grid Quern granite.pngQuern
Decorative Blocks Grid Painting.pngPaintings Mediumcarpet-turqoise-ns.pngCarpets Bookshelves-ns.pngBookshelves Flowerpot-earthern-empty.pngFlowerpots Agedwallpaperplanks-green-east.pngWallpaper
Metal Working Grid Copper anvil.pngAnvil Bloomery.pngBloomery Grid Crucible burned.pngCrucible Forge.pngForge Grid Tin bronze helve hammer.pngHelvehammer Ingot Mold Burned.pngMolds Grid Copper Ingot.pngMetal
Tools & Weapons Grid Copper axe.pngAxe Grid Bow.pngBow Grid Copper Chisel.pngChisel Grid copper cleaver.pngCleaver Grid Wooden club.pngClub Grid Copper hammer.pngHammer Grid Copper hoe.pngHoe Grid Copper knife.pngKnife Grid Copper pickaxe.pngPickaxe Grid Copper prospecting pick.pngProspecting Pick Grid Copper saw.pngSaw Grid Copper scythe.pngScythe Grid Copper shears.pngShears Grid Copper shovel.pngShovel Grid Copper spear.pngSpear Grid Copper sword.pngSword
Equipment Armor-body-brigandine-iron.pngArmor Clothes-upperbody-lackey-shirt.pngClothes Grid Backpack.pngBags
Craftable Resources Grid Oak board.pngBoards Grid Charcoal.pngCharcoal Grid Firewood.pngFirewood Grid Copper Ingot.pngIngots Grid Raw hide.pngLeather Grid Flax twine.pngLinen
Plants Berrybush red currant ripe.pngBerry Bushes link=Cooper%27s_Reed_(Cattail)Cooper's Reed (Cattail) Flower-californiapoppy.pngFlowers Tallgrass-tall.pngGrass Tallfern.pngOther Plants Grid Oak sapling.pngTrees Flax.pngWild Foods
Mobs BeeMob.pngBees Bighorn.pngBighorn sheep Rooster.pngChicken Normal Drifter.pngDrifter Fox(Male).pngFox Hare.pngHare Hyena.pngHyena Locust.pngLocust Raccoon.pngRaccoon Pig.pngWild Pig Wolf.pngWolf
Guides
Pig.pngAnimal Husbandry Grid Empty skep.pngBeekeeping Grid Crucible burned.pngCasting Grid Blue clay.pngClay Forming Grid Copper sword.pngCombat Grid Spelt bread.pngCooking Grid Lore Book.pngCrafting Recipes Grid Copper hoe.pngFarming Grid Charcoal.pngFuel Grid Flint arrow head.pngKnapping Grid Raw hide.pngLeather Working Heat Torch.pngLight sources Grid Angled Gears.pngMechanical Power Grid Copper pickaxe.pngMining Grid Copper Chunk.pngOre Deposits Grid Ruins.pngRuins Grid Copper anvil.pngSmithing Creature-humanoid-trader-treasurehunter.pngTrading Grid Lore Scroll.pngStarter Guide