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Farming

Wild crops drop seeds which can be planted on farmland. Craft yourself a hoe from stone or metal. Farmland requires either a nearby water source, enough rainfall or daily watering with a watering can to grow. It also needs nutritious soil, so if you come across high fertility soil, take it with you. Depleted soil will make crops grow very very slowly. Crops also require specific nutrients, so be sure to rotate your crops accordingly.

Berry bushes can be replanted as-is, they have no special soil requirements.

Light

Torches can be created easily by putting sticks in the firepit, but when placed will burn out after 3 days. More permanent light sources include oil lamps and lanterns, check out the main article on Light sources.

Inventory Space

You have the following options to expand your inventory. Look up in the handbook opened via H to check out how to craft them.

  • Basket: 3 Slots
  • Hunter's backpack: 4 Slots
  • Linen sack: 5 Slots
  • Leather Backpack: 6 Slots
  • Mining bag: 10 Slots for Stones and Minerals


Copper Age

Copper ore can be found by surface chunks like these.

Acquiring copper tools requires the following steps

  • Find copper nuggets either by Panning or scavenging the worlds surface for loose pieces of nuggets
  • Find clay and form yourself some tool molds as well as a crucible
  • Harvest fire wood and create a Charcoal pit to produce charcoal

Once you have that all ready. Please the crucible into the firepit. It will open 4 additional firepit slots where you can place the nuggets inside. Once the crucible moved to the output slot, the metal is ready to be poured into the molds. Hold right mouse click with a crucible in hands on a placed mold to pour metal.

Bronze Age

Iron Age