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Information: Dyes

Redstone Dust Grid Redstone Dust.png

Obtaining

Redstone Dust can be obtained by grinding down Cinnabar or Cryolite in a Quern.

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Cinnabar Redstone Dust8
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Cryolite Redstone Dust8
Main article: Minerals

Usage

The primary use of Redstone Dust is to ignite the Powder Keg. Redstone can also be used for basic redstone circuits just as in vanilla minecraft, however there are no other restone devices other then the redstone torch and the note block.

Redstone Torch Note Block Powered Rail
Redstone Dust Redstone Torch
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Stick
Planks (Oak) Planks (Oak) Planks (Oak) Grid layout Arrow (small).png Note Block
Planks (Oak) Redstone Dust Planks (Oak)
Planks (Oak) Planks (Oak) Planks (Oak)
Redstone Dust Grid layout Arrow (small).png Powered Rail64
Gold Ingot Stick Gold Ingot
Gold Ingot Stick Gold Ingot

Gunpowder Grid Gunpowder.png

Obtaining

Gunpowder is dropped by Creepers, or crafted with Charcoal, Saltpeter Powder and Sulfur Powder.

Charcoal Saltpeter Powder Gunpowder2
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Sulfur Powder
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Usage

Gunpowder is primarily used as the explosive material in Powder Kegs.

It can also be used in the vanilla recipes for fireworks.

Saltpeter Powder Grid Saltpeter Powder.png

Saltpeter Powder can be gathered by mining Saltpeter with a pickaxe.

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Sulfur Powder can be gathered by mining Sulfur with a pickaxe.

Ammonium Chloride Powder File=

Obtaining

Ammonium Chloride Powder can be gathered by mining Salammoniac with a pickaxe.

Usage

Ammonium Chloride Powder can be combined with Water in a Barrel to create liquid Ammonium Chloride. Cotton Bolls can then be used to apply Ammonium Chloride to Copper Roofs in order to add a green patina to them.


Fresh WaterGauge.png 10,000 mB AmmoniumChlorideGauge.png
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Instant (No Seal)


Ammonium Chloride Powder can also be crafted into Flux.

Flux
Ammonium Chloride Flux
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Graphite Powder & Kaolinite Powder Grid Graphite Powder.png Grid Kaolinite Powder.png

Obtaining

Graphite and Kaolinite powder can be obtained by their respective Minerals in a Quern.

Graphite Kaolinite
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Graphite Graphite Powder4
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Kaolinite Kaolinite Powder4

Usage

Graphite and Kaolinite powders are used in the crafting of Fire Clay.

Kaolinite Powder Graphite Powder Kaolinite Powder Grid layout Arrow (small).png Fire Clay
Graphite Powder Clay Graphite Powder
Kaolinite Powder Graphite Powder Kaolinite Powder
Main article: Crucible

Fertilizer Grid Fertilizer.png

Obtaining

Fertilizer can be obtained by crafting Bone Meal, Sylvite Powder, and Saltpeter Powder.

Sylvite Saltpeter Powder Fertilizer
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Bone Meal
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Main article: Minerals

Usage

Fertilizer is used by right clicking on farmland to replenish nutrients.

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Obtaining

Salt can be obtained by grinding down Rock Salt Rocks in a Quern.

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Rock (Rock Salt) Salt4

Salt can also be obtained by boiling salt water in a Large Ceramic Vessel on a firepit. If the Salt Water is boiled in a Still, the still will produce Fresh Water in addition to the Salt. For every 500 mb of salt water the player will get one piece of salt. Using a Still will also produce 450 mb of fresh water. To get the salt out of a Still, you will have to remove the Blowpipe after boiling so the salt can show up in the item slot.

Salt, Fresh Water
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450 mB

Usage

Salt is used to extend the shelf life of raw meat.

Raw Beef Salt Raw Beef
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The meat will have •Salted on the tooltip and its decay rate will be cut in half.

Ash and Soda Ash Grid Ash.png Grid Soda Ash.png

Obtaining

When a Firepit is broken, it will drop 1-5 Ash. The amount of Ash dropped ranges increases for each log that is burned in the Firepit up to the maximum of 5 Ash if 4 or more logs are burned. Burning more than 4 logs does not increase the amount of Ash that will drop.

Soda Ash is made by burning Seaweed in a Firepit.


Sea Weed Can be heated in:
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Soda Ash Temp: Yellow⋆⋆


Usage

Ash and Soda Ash can be used in Glassworking. A ratio of 2:1:1 Ash to Silica Sand to Lime will produce 140 units of molten glass, while a ratio of 1:1:1 Soda Ash to Silica Sand to Lime will produce 140 units of molten glass.

Pigments Grid Hematite Powder.pngGrid Limonite Powder.pngGrid Malachite Powder.pngGrid Lapis Lazuli Powder.png

Obtaining

Pigments can be obtained by grinding down specific Ores and Minerals in a Quern.

Hematite Limonite Malachite Lapis Lazuli
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Hematite (Small) Hematite Powder
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Limonite (Small) Limonite Powder
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Malachite (Small) Malachite Powder
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Lapis Lazuli Lapis Lazuli Powder4
Main article: Ores

Usage

Red Yellow Green
Hematite Powder Rose Red
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Limonite Powder Dandelion Yellow
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Malachite Powder Cactus Green
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Light Blue Blue
Malachite Powder Flux Light Blue Dye
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Sand
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Lapis Lazuli Powder Blue Dye
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Pigments can be used to dye Clay Vessels, and Carpets. Pigments can be combined to make other colors, similarly to vanilla.

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