Stone

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Stone
Stone.png
A common material with many uses in crafting and building.
Information
Source: Rocks • Carpenter's ShopFishing
Sell Price: 2g

Stone is a basic resource obtained by mining rocks with a pickaxe. Stone can also be purchased from Robin at the Carpenter's Shop for 20g each, or found in Fishing Treasure Chests. Fifty stone can also be received as a gift from Robin at the Feast of the Winter Star.

Normal rocks yield between 1 and 3 stones. Boulders yield 10 stones.

Stone is used in various crafting recipes and is also required as a form of payment when purchasing certain buildings and building upgrades at the Carpenter's Shop.


Strategy

One method to quickly obtain a large quantity of stone is to mine large rocks at The Mines. Enter the Mines and go down the ladder to the first level. Mine any large rocks you see, ignoring all smaller ones. Once finished, go back up the ladder to the Mine entrance and then immediately back down to level one again. Since the levels are randomly generated everytime you enter them, there will always be a chance for more large rocks to spawn. By constantly "refreshing" the first level and mining only large rocks, you can effectively gain over 500 stone in a day.

Recipes

Image Name Description Ingredients Recipe Source
Stone Fence.png
Stone Fence Lasts longer than a wood fence Stone (2) Farming Level 2
Mayonnaise Machine.png
Mayonnaise Machine Turns eggs into mayonnaise Wood (15) Stone (15) Earth Crystal (1) Copper Bar (1) Farming Level 2
Preserves Jar.png
Preserves Jar Turns vegetables into pickles and fruit into jam. Wood (50) Stone (40) Coal (8) Farming Level 4
Cheese Press.png
Cheese Press Turns milk into cheese. Wood (45) Stone (45) Hardwood (10) Copper Bar (1) Farming Level 6
Basic Retaining Soil.png
Basic Retaining Soil This soil has a chance of staying watered overnight. Mix into tilled soil. Stone (2) Farming Level 4
Quality Retaining Soil.png
Quality Retaining Soil This soil has a good chance of staying watered overnight. Mix into tilled soil. Stone (3) Clay (1) Farming Level 7
Stone Floor.png
Stone Floor Place on the ground to create paths or spruce up your floors. Stone (1) Carpenter's Shop
Gravel Path.png
Gravel Path Place on the ground to create paths or spruce up your floors. Stone (1) Default
Cobblestone Path.png
Cobblestone Path Place on the ground to create paths or spruce up your floors. Stone (1) Default
Stepping Stone Path.png
Stepping Stone Path Place on the ground to create paths or spruce up your floors. Stone (1) Carpenter's Shop
Wicked Statue.png
Wicked Statue There's something unsettling about the looks of this statue. Stone (25) Coal (5) Krobus
Drum Block.png
Drum Block Plays a drumsound when you walk past. Stone (10) Copper Ore (2) Fiber (20) Carpenter's Shop
Campfire.png
Campfire Provides a moderate amount of light. Stone (10) Wood (10) Fiber (10) Default
Stone Brazier.png
Stone Brazier Provides a moderate amount of light. Stone (10) Coal (1) Fiber (5) Robin
Marble Brazier.png
Marble Brazier Provides a moderate amount of light. Marble (1) Aquamarine (1) Stone (100) Robin
Furnace.png
Furnace Turns ore and coal into metal bars. Copper Ore (20) Stone (25) Clint
Staircase.png
Staircase Use this to move down a level in the mines. Stone (99) Mining Level 2
Crystalarium.png
Crystalarium Insert a gem of your choice and it will grow copies. Stone (99) Gold Bar (5) Iridium Bar (2) Battery Pack (1) Mining Level 9
Recycling Machine.png
Recycling Machine Turns fishing trash into resources. Wood (25) Stone (25) Iron Bar (1)
Warp Totem Mountains.png
Warp Totem: Mountains Warp directly to the mountains. Consumed on use. Hardwood (1) Iron Bar (1) Stone (25) Foraging Level 7

Buildings

Stone is required to purchase the Junimo Hut from the Wizard's Tower, and for several buildings purchased from the Carpenter's Shop.

Image Name Description Cost Size
Junimo Hut.png
Junimo Hut Junimos will harvest crops around the hut for you. 20,000g Stone (200) Starfruit (9) Fiber (100) 3x2
3x2

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