In Terrafirmacraft+, there are multiple types of item and liquid containers. Containers can be portable or non-portable (non-portable items will drop their contents when broken or picked up), may or may not be placed (meaning they can be placed on the ground while holding items), and may or may not accept liquids. The following table shows the list of containers in Terrafirmacraft+, and their properties.
|Container||Portable||Placed||Liquid Storage||Slots||Liquid capacity|
|Ceramic Vessel||Yes||Yes 1||No||4||N/A|
|Burlap Sack||Yes||No||No||4 5||N/A|
|Ceramic Large Vessel||Yes, Sealed||Yes||Yes||9||5000 mB|
|Barrel||Yes, Sealed||Yes||Yes||12||10000 mB|
|Hide Bags||Yes 4||No||No||6||N/A|
|Leather Bags||Yes 4||No||No||6||N/A|
|Chest||No||Yes 2||No||18 or 36 3||N/A|
|Ceramic Jug||Yes||Yes 1||Yes||N/A||1000 mB|
|Wooden Bucket||Yes||No||Yes||N/A||1000 mB|
|Ceramic Bucket||Yes||No||Yes||N/A||1000 mB|
- Can be placed by shift-right clicking as a ceramic item. Cannot be opened while placed.
- Can connect with another chest next to it to create a Double chest.
- The double chest has 36 slots of storage.
- Bags slowly take durability damage when items are in them.
- Burlap sacks will only hold non-grain food items. Food inside decays at 15% of the normal rate.
The Straw Basket is obtained with Straw weaving. It acts as a small early-game container, which is not portable, and cannot contain liquid.
In addition to holding items and grain, Ceramic Vessels can be used to smelt ore and glass. They can also be dyed using Pigments.
Large Ceramic Vessel
Unlike the regular Ceramic Vessel, the Large Ceramic Vessel can be used to transport and process liquids. Like a barrel, it can be carried in the back slot while holding items or liquids. Any crafting recipe that works with the barrel will also work with the large ceramic vessel.
The Large Ceramic Vessel can be used to process liquids, meaning it can be used to melt items into liquids, use these liquids to craft items, and to process liquids into other liquids. Its unique ability to be able to be mounted on a Firepit, and to be a part of a Still means that it can be used for a number of recipes, such as creating Fresh Water from Salt Water, and distilling Distilled Alcohol from Fermented Alcohol. In addition to recipes that require the large ceramic vessel to be mounted on a firepit, it can also be used for any recipe that can be performed in a Barrel.
A Large Ceramic Vessel can be mounted on a firepit by pressing Still, and can be used to distill liquids into other liquids.and ing on the firepit. When a Large Ceramic Vessel is mounted on a firepit, and has a Blowpipe in its item slot, while another Large Ceramic Vessel is on the ground next to it, it becomes a
To process items using a mounted large ceramic vessel, place the items in either the storage slot of the Liquid Storage GUI, or the top-left corner of the solid storage slot. The GUI will then update to show the expected output. To start processing the items, light the firepit.
|Large Ceramic Vessel Heating Recipes|
|Input Item||Input Liquid||Output Item||Output Liquid||Time|
|Salt Water||Salt||Fresh Water St||45 minutes per 500 mB|
|Fermented Alcohol||Distilled Alcohol St||12 minutes per 200 mB|
|Small Raw Hide||Fresh Water||Slimeball||4 hours per hide|
|Empty Honeycomb||Wax||45 minutes per honeycomb|
|Grain||Fresh Water||Malted Grain||4 hours per 5 oz|
|Snowball||Fresh Water||30 minutes per snowball|
|Resin||Pitch||3 minutes per resin|
- St: Only works if the mounted Large Ceramic Vessel is part of a Still, i.e. it has a blowpipe in it, and is next to another Large Ceramic Vessel on the ground.
|Note: Currently, heating more than 8 empty honeycombs at once may not work. Try melting the honeycombs one at a time.
The Large Ceramic Vessel is also used to propagate Berry Bushes and Fruit Trees. Fruit larger than 40oz which is placed in the Large Ceramic Vessel surrounded by at least two dirt in every other slot, and allowed to decay, will produce a Berry Bush or Fruit Tree Sapling that matches the fruit put in.
Burlap Sacks can be used to store non-grain food. A Sack has four inventory slots. Food stored in Burlap Sacks decays at 15% of the original speed.
Barrel and Chest
The Barrel and Chest are made from Lumber, which can be obtained from Regular logs using a saw.
- See also: Barrel
Yes, 4 (only when empty)
The Leather bag and Hide bag are made from sewing two Leather or Hide Bag Pieces, which can be made by cutting (knapping) from Leather or Raw Hide. One leather or one small hide piece returns two leather or hide Bag Pieces. Empty bags stack to 4. Bags that are holding items do not stack and cannot be placed in other containers. Donkeys accept 3 Leather Bags to form saddle bags. Leather bags are also used to make a Waterskin.
Bags decay gradually while containing items. The Hide bag will decay after about a month in game holding items, while the Leather bag can store items for about a year. Bags do not decay while the player is offline on a server. Bags do not preserve food, and cannot be placed on the ground. The Hide bag can be obtained early-game, while the Leather bag requires Leatherworking, which is a more intensive process.
|Hide Bag Pieces||Hide Bag|
|Leather Bag Pieces||Leather Bag|
- Dunkleosteus was inspired to add the bags after he could not find any clay in a playthrough. He decided that there needed to be an alternative way to store items in a portable container in the early-game.
- Burlap sacks are also known as gunnysacks or potato sacks. The sacks are very durable and very breathable. This helps prevent decay caused by condensation.