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Vital statistics
Size 1 x 1
Skill(s) RequiredSpecific needed skills.<br>The default skills every hearthling starts off with, Oral Tradition, Primitive Tools & Wilderness Survival), are ignored. Metal Working
Object(s) Required Bar of Any Metal x5
Can be Lifted Yes
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Icon keyboard.pngBuild > Furniture > Brazier

A Brazier is, largely, a fancier Fireplace.

Like a fire or fireplace, it is a light source and allows roasting Raw Meat and frying Fried Eggs, Pancakes, and other foods that require a Frying Pan.

Main advantage over normal Fireplace is that Brazier burns far longer. To fully fill a brazier, only 8 units of Coal are needed. Low quality Coal should be overabundant from making Tar.

Downsides: Folded Roasting Spit can't be used with Brazier and it lacks the slots to put in pitbaked goods etc. Can only be fueled with coal.

How to use

Build a Brazier, fill it with Coal then light it using a Firebrand or Torch. Using a branch on a brazier will turn it into a Firebrand.

You can't lift Brazier while it's lit or still hot.

The burn rate appears to be roughly 3 coals per day. After running out of coal, Brazier remains hot for a while, unable to be lifted and able to resume burning just by adding more coal and selecting "Light my Fire."

You can place a Gridiron on top ob brazier, but this has relatively limited utility outside of increasing quality of low-grade meat with high-grade Gridiron. Meat roasted this way also can't have spices added onto it.


The appearance of the Brazier is dictated by the metal used.


Game Development

  • Grid Strider (2018-11-27) >"Added "Gridiron", the Gridiron is another addon akin to the Spitroast, which can be applied both to Braziers and Fireplaces. It has an inventory, and can, for now, be used primarily to passively roast meat."
  • Blazing Trellis (2018-11-15) >"Added "Brazier", the Brazier is, quite simply, a fire that accepts only coal as fuel, and that burns longer than a normal fire. Decorative, if not practical."