Stationary containers can be transported when empty. They must be placed before items can be added and cannot be transported with items inside. Stationary containers including baskets, chests, tool racks and shelves are crafted using the grid crafting mechanic. Pottery containers are crafted using the clay forming mechanic.
Some items such as metal ingots, planks, peat bricks, & firewood do not need to be stored in containers because they can be "stacked" on solid blocks. Fired Clay items (molds, bowls, pots) may be placed (Sneak + RMB) to place on solid blocks.
Food Storage Containers
Most food storage containers fall into the class of stationary containers and can only be transported when empty. They must be placed to be filled. Most food storage containers cannot be transported with items inside, with the exception of the Crock. Barrels are crafted using boards in the crafting grid. Pottery containers are crafted using the clay forming mechanic.
Portable containers add additional player inventory slots. To expand player inventory, place containers in the four container slots located on the right side of the hotbar slots, and include basket shadows. The additional inventory slots provided by each container will appear to the left of the crafting grid in the order in which the containers are placed in the container slots. Different types of portable containers can be placed in different container slots.
When a container is removed from the container slots on the hotbar, the contents will be lost. Be sure to remove the contents from the container before removing the container. Portable containers are crated using the grid crafting mechanic.
|Basket - A basket is made from 10 cattails and adds 3 additional inventory slots.|
|Bag - A bag is made from 1 ball of flax twine and 1 normal stitched linen. It adds 4 additional inventory slots.|
|Mining Bag - A mining bag is made from 1 ball of flax twine, 1 normal stitched linen and two bronze plates. It adds 10 additional inventory slots, but can only be used to transport ores, small stones, and relieved rock.|
|Hunter's backpack - A hunter's backpack is made from 1 medium, large or huge oiled hide (pelt) and cattails. It adds 5 additional inventory slots.|
|Backpack - A backpack is made from 4 raw hides and adds 6 additional inventory slots.|
|Skep - A skep is made from 16 cattails and 2 clay, used to transport bees. (See beekeeping for information on transporting filled skeps.)|
|Vintage Story: Vanilla Game Content|
|Terrain blocks||Soil Clay Peat Rock Gravel Sand|
|Construction Blocks||Soil Blocks Ceramic Blocks Planks Stone Blocks Plaster Glass|
|Functional Blocks||Firepit Loot Vessels Containers Bed Barrel Quern Forge Ore blasting bomb|
|Metal Working Blocks and Items||Anvil Bloomery Crucible Molds Forge Metal|
|Tools & Weapons||Axe Bow Chisel Club Hammer Hoe Knife Pickaxe Prospecting Pick Saw Scythe Shears Shovel Spear Sword|
|Craftable Resources||Boards Firewood Charcoal Ingots Leather Linen|
|Plants||Trees Berry Bushes Cooper's Reed (Cattail) Flowers Wild Foods Grass Other Plants|
|Mobs||Bees Bighorn sheep Chicken Wild Pig Fox Hare Hyena Wolf Drifter Locust|
|Starter Guide Crafting Recipes Ruins Combat Light sources Fuel Farming Cooking BeekeepingAnimal Husbandry Knapping Clay Forming Leather Working Ore Deposits Mining Casting Smithing|