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Size 3 x 3
Skill(s) RequiredSpecific needed skills.<br>The default skills every hearthling starts off with, Oral Tradition, Primitive Tools & Wilderness Survival), are ignored. Carpentry
Object(s) Required Clay x 30, Block of Wood x20, Thatching Material x10, Stone x 10, Rope x 2
Repaired With Clay
Can be Lifted No
Hit Points 250
Soak Value None
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Icon keyboard.pngBuild > Buildings & Construction > Economy & Extensions > Granary

Granary stores seeds and other dry goods such as flour and grist, similar to a barrel.


A granary storage capacity is 200.000 units, or 20 full barrels.

A granary has slots to store up to 10 different goods.

Granary slots themself have no separate per-slot limit, they use up the shared total capacity.


One can use a hand-held bucket to put into, or take, from appropriate slots.

One can also use [put] or [take] buttons while lifting a barrel, goods will go directly from/into the barrel.


  • Everything stored in single slot will have its quality averaged, same as with buckets and barrels.
  • Granary seems to be limited to storing seeds, flour, and grist, ie. "dry goods." Buckets and barrels can hold anything considered a "powder" or a "liquid."
  • Taking from the granary to your inventory will grant a discovery, same as with buckets and barrels.
  • The discovery rule applies to everything that can exist both as an inventory item and barrel contents (ie. are not liquids that can only be held in bucket or barrel, meaning this extends to non-edible powders like pigments and almost-liquids like Gelatin.)

Game Development

  • Granary Window (2017-07-05) >"Took some time to redesign the granary UI. Granaries now hold up to ten types of seeds and other relevant substances, in a specific UI with as many different slots. You may divide the total volume of the granary any way you see fit over the ten slots. If you carry a barrel overhead the "Take" and "Put" buttons for the slots will reference said barrel. Suggested here. Also made it so that you can store flour and grist in granaries, as suggested here."