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Bucket
Ceramic Bucket.png
Wooden Bucket.png
Blue Steel Bucket.png
Red Steel Bucket.png
Ceramic BucketCeramic Bucket (Water)Ceramic Bucket (Salt Water)Ceramic Bucket (Milk)Ceramic Bucket (Pitch)Ceramic Bucket (Honey)Wooden BucketWooden Bucket (Fresh Water)Wooden Bucket (Salt Water)Wooden Bucket (Milk)Wooden Bucket (Vinegar)Wooden Bucket (Pitch)Wooden Bucket (Honey)Blue Steel BucketBlue Steel Bucket (Lava)Red Steel BucketRed Steel Bucket (Fresh Water)Red Steel Bucket (Salt Water)
Stackable

No

Size

Wooden: Medium
Metal: Large

Weight

Light

ItemID

terrafirmacraftplus:item.Wooden Bucket Empty
terrafirmacraft:item.Wooden Bucket Water
terrafirmacraft:item.Wooden Bucket Salt Water
terrafirmacraft:item.Wooden Bucket Milk
terrafirmacraft:item.Vinegar
terrafirmacraft:item.Blue Steel Bucket Empty
terrafirmacraft:item.Blue Steel Bucket Lava
terrafirmacraft:item.Red Steel Bucket Empty
terrafirmacraft:item.Red Steel Bucket Water
terrafirmacraft:item.Red Steel Bucket Salt Water

Obtaining

Ceramic Bucket

Ceramic buckets can be formed from clay and fired in a pit kiln or later on in the game in a kiln.

Clay Bucket Ceramic Bucket
CFD CFD CFD CFD CFD title= Clay Bucket
CFL CFD CFD CFD CFL
CFL CFD CFD CFD CFL
CFL CFD CFD CFD CFL
CFD CFL CFL CFL CFD
Pit Kiln Pit Kiln Ceramic Bucket
Pit Kiln
Clay Bucket

Wooden Bucket

Wooden buckets can be crafted with any combination of lumber.

Lumber (Oak) Lumber (Ash) Grid layout Arrow (small).png Wooden Bucket
Lumber (Aspen) Lumber (Birch)
Lumber (Chestnut)

Metal Bucket

Metal buckets are made by working a metal sheet on a tier 6 anvil.

Working Rules
Grid Anvil Bend.png Grid Anvil Bend.png Grid Anvil Bend.png
Bend, Last Bend, Second From Last Bend, Third From Last
Minimum Tier: 6 Grid Anvil Rules Blank.png
Red Steel Sheet
AnvilButton.png
Red Steel Bucket
Grid Anvil Weld.png Grid Anvil Red Rules.png Grid Anvil Green Rules.png
Stone Hammer Grid layout None i (verylong).png
Minimum Tier: 6 Grid Anvil Rules Blank.png
Blue Steel Sheet
AnvilButton.png
Blue Steel Bucket
Grid Anvil Weld.png Grid Anvil Red Rules.png Grid Anvil Green Rules.png
Stone Hammer Grid layout None i (verylong).png

Usage

Ceramic/Wooden Bucket

Wooden buckets can be used as a way of transferring fluids to devices such as Barrels and Large Vessels, but cannot place flowing or source water. Right-clicking on a block with a wooden water bucket will place a thin layer of flowing water that quickly disappears.

Wooden buckets are totally unable to pick up lava. Wooden buckets can also be used in the crafting of dough, as well as to transport liquids such as Milk, Honey, Pitch, and Vinegar. To quickly empty a full bucket into a Barrel or Large Vessel, simply Rmb.png Right Click with the bucket on the side of the container.

Ceramic Buckets are almost completely equivalent to wooden buckets and can be used for almost all applications that wooden buckets can be used for. However, currently, Plaster of Paris can only be transported in wooden buckets. Additionally, Ceramic Buckets have a small chance of breaking when used.Verify

Dough

When combining flour with fresh water, the resulting dough will have double the weight. If the flour weighs more than 80 oz, crafting the dough will leave the flour in the crafting grid, minus the 80 oz used to create a max weight piece of dough.

Barley_(Flour) Wooden Bucket (Fresh Water) Dough
Grid layout Arrow (small).png
Grid layout Shapeless.png

Milk

Using an empty ceramic or wooden bucket, female Aurochs that have high enough familiarity can be milked once every 24 hours by Rmb.png Right Clicking on them. This will also familiarize the animal.

Players can drink straight from a milk bucket by holding Rmb.png Right Click to replenish some thirst and the dairy category of their Nutrition profile.

Mud

Dropping equal amounts of Dirt and Straw on the ground, then Rmb.png Right Clicking it with a ceramic or wooden bucket of water will create Mud.

Blue Steel Bucket

Blue steel buckets can only pick up and place lava source blocks. They are not able to transport any other liquid.

Red Steel Bucket

Red steel buckets can only pick up and place water source blocks. They are not able to transport any other liquid. Red steel buckets filled with fresh water can also be used to craft dough.

Dough

When combining flour with fresh water, the resulting dough will have double the weight. If the flour weighs more than 80 oz, crafting the dough will leave the flour in the crafting grid, minus the 80 oz used to create a max weight piece of dough.

Barley_(Flour) Red Steel Bucket (Fresh Water) Dough
Grid layout Arrow (small).png
Grid layout Shapeless.png

Configuration

Main article: Configuration
Option Default
Value
Description
Enable Vanilla Recipes
bucketRecipe false
Allows crafting of vanilla iron buckets.

History

Beta
v2 Build 32Added temporary wooden bucket recipe.
v2 Build 37Wooden buckets can be used to gather milk.
v2 Build 51Added Red Steel and Blue Steel Buckets capable of transporting water and lava source blocks.
Buckets require a metal sheet of the appropriate type to craft.
Build 58Added dough recipe.
77.0Buckets can be used to directly fill barrels.
77.12Added vinegar wooden buckets.
79.0Players can drink milk buckets.
79.18All water buckets (salt/fresh, wooden/red steel) can be used to fill vanilla cauldrons.
84.0Added Pitch buckets and lightened Ceramic bucket inside texture to set it apart from pitch texture.

Trivia

  • For a short period of time during v2 Build 33 of TerraFirmaCraft, wooden buckets could be used to place water that would flood entire worlds.


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