|Size||1 x 1|
|Object(s) Required||Clay x25, Block of Wood x3|
|Required By||Boiled Egg, Boiled Pepper Drupes, Boiled River Pearl Mussel, Bone Glue, Butter-steamed Cavebulb, Creamy Cock, Death's Head Chrysalis, Fishsticks, Goldbeater's Skin, Hardened Leather, Onion Rings, Rennet, Ring of Brodgar (Seafood), Ring of Brodgar Dough, Silk Filament, Spring Stew, Stinging Salad, Tea, Wort, Zesty Brill|
|Repaired With||Clay x3|
|Can be Lifted||Yes|
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Clay Cauldrons require water and branches to function, and can hold a maximum of 30 liters of water and 15 branches or 3 blocks of wood. While functional, clay cauldrons can be used to process tea leaves into tea and silkworm cocoons into silk filaments and making Ring of Brodgar Dough, among other things.
Compare the a normal Cauldron a Clay Cauldrons differs in that it:
- halves the quality of the water inside it.
- takes one tick (the length of time equal to one branch) to heat up enough to be used. (5 minutes, 33 seconds).
When the cauldron is used in crafting an item, the cauldrons effect of the outcome of the quality in the formula is shown below. Note that all Clay Cauldrons have a default quality of 0.
How to Acquire
uild > Cla Cauldron
How to Use
See Cauldron "How to Use" section.