Your classic 3x3 grid crafting system. It is accessible through your inventory so there is currently no need of a crafting table.
The developers of the game would ultimately like to get rid of this system and replace it with more immersive in-world crafting systems.
As of version 1.8 all grid crafting recipes can be looked up in game using the survival handbook. (mapped to keyboard key 'H' by default)
- Stone tools are made through flint knapping, check out the survival starter guide.
- Metal tools are made through tool casting or smithing, check out the survival starter guide.
Both methods will give you tool heads that you need to combine with a stick
- The flint spear is made through knapping.
- The wooden club requires you to craft a knife first
- Metal weapons are made through tool casting or smithing
Clay Item Molds
Are made via the clay forming interface. The cost of the items are as follows:
|mold or item||# clay|
|Pick, Sword, Hammer, Hoe||12|
|Clay (cooking) pot||4|
- The basket has 8 slots
- the chest has 16
- the tool rack has space for 4 tools
The labelled chest may be written on using certain coloured stones, or with charcoal.
NOTE: When you throw out a container carried in one of the four container slots, it will take any items it had in it, with it. It can be best to empty your inventory before throwing containers out. The mining bag can only be used for carrying ores, minerals, and stones
See the Containers page for more information.
Basic torches are crafted by burning sticks on a fire, but they only last for a limited time. Other light sources are permanent.
Note that breaking the bloomery blocks returns 2/3 as many bricks as they cost to craft.
Stone & Clay
Whole rock blocks are mined by removing all adjacent blocks touching their 6 faces.
Wood can be sawed into stairs or slabs by placing the saw in the crafting grid in a different direction around the wood block (see handbook)
Beds allow you to skip forward a number of hours (depending on the bed) in Single Player mode
Food / Resources
Note: Ore Bombs have a 90% chance of dropping the ore contained in an ore block, whereas the remaining 10% are lost.
These Recipes are included for historic reasons only!
They may be wrong or outdated and are superseded by the Handbook (H key in game)
|Vintage Story: Vanilla Game Content|
|Terrain blocks||Gravel Sand Soil Rock|
|Metal Working||Anvil Crucible Forge Ingot Mold|
|Functional||Firepit Ore blasting bomb Loot Vessels Containers Quern|
|Tools & Weapons||Axe Hammer Hoe Knife Pickaxe Prospecting Pick Saw Scythe Shears Shovel Bow Spear Sword Club|
|Plants||Cattail Flax Onion Parsnip Rice Rye Soybean Spelt Turnip Flowers Trees Berries|
|Mobs||Bighorn sheep Chicken Drifter Locust Wild Pig Wolf Hyena|
|Starter Guide Crafting Recipes Fuel Agriculture Mining Metal Beekeeping Ruins Combat Smithing Clay Forming Light sources|