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Vital statistics
Size 1 x 1
Skill(s) Required Mining
Object(s) Required Alabaster, Apatite, Arkose, Basalt, Bat Rock, Black Ore, Bloodstone, Breccia, Cassiterite, Cat Gold, Chalcopyrite, Cinnabar, Diabase, Diorite, Direvein, Dolomite, Dross, Eclogite, Feldspar, Flint, Fluorospar, Gabbro, Galena, Gneiss, Granite, Greenschist, Heavy Earth, Horn Silver, Hornblende, Iron Ochre, Jasper, Korund, Kyanite, Lead Glance, Leaf Ore, Limestone, Malachite, Marble, Meteorite, Mica, Microlite, Olivine, Orthoclase, Peacock Ore, Pegmatite, Porphyry, Pumice, Quarryartz, Quartz, Rhyolite... further results
Produced By Boulder, Ore smelter, Cave, Mine Hole
Required By Adder Brooch, Alchemist's Table, Barter Pole, Bell Fountain, Bonfire, Border Cairn, Charter Stone, Cistern, Coronation Stone, Dovecote, Dry Stone Fence, Fealty Stone, Feather Sunfeather, Feather Trinket, Field Cairn, Fireplace, Granary, Grave Cairn, Great Hall, Grotesque Idol, Lantern Hanger, Menhir, Milestone, Milling Machine, Mine Hole, Mortar & Pestle, Notice Board, Ore Smelter, Oven, Personal Claim, Petraglyph, Potter's Wheel, Primitive Doll, Rattle-Tattle-Talisman, Rock Lobster, Runed Dolmen, Seamark, Seer's Stones, Ship Dock, Stack Furnace, Statue of the Chieftain, Steel Crucible, Stone Arrow, Stone Axe, Stone Bench, Stone Casket, Stone Column, Stone Mansion, Stone Table, Stone Throne... further results
Go to Objects

Stone is not an actual in-game-object but a generic term referring to one of the following 61 game-objects:  Alabaster Alabaster.png   Apatite Apatite.png   Arkose Arkose.png   Basalt Basalt.png   Bat Rock Bat Rock.png   Black Ore Black Ore.png   Bloodstone Bloodstone.png   Breccia Breccia.png   Cassiterite Cassiterite.png   Cat Gold Cat Gold.png   Chalcopyrite Chalcopyrite.png   Cinnabar Cinnabar.png   Diabase Diabase.png   Diorite Diorite.png   Direvein Direvein.png   Dolomite Dolomite.png   Dross Dross.png   Eclogite Eclogite.png   Feldspar Feldspar.png   Flint Flint.png   Fluorospar Fluorospar.png   Gabbro Gabbro.png   Galena Galena.png   Gneiss Gneiss.png   Granite Granite.png   Greenschist Greenschist.png   Heavy Earth Heavy Earth.png   Horn Silver Horn Silver.png   Hornblende Hornblende.png   Iron Ochre Iron Ochre.png   Jasper Jasper.png   Korund Korund.png   Kyanite Kyanite.png   Lead Glance Lead Glance.png   Leaf Ore Leaf Ore.png   Limestone Limestone.png   Malachite Malachite.png   Marble Marble.png   Meteorite Meteorite.png   Mica Mica.png   Microlite Microlite.png   Olivine Olivine.png   Orthoclase Orthoclase.png   Peacock Ore Peacock Ore.png   Pegmatite Pegmatite.png   Porphyry Porphyry.png   Pumice Pumice.png   Quarryartz Quarryartz.png   Quartz Quartz.png   Rhyolite Rhyolite.png   Rock Crystal Rock Crystal.png   Sandstone Sandstone.png   Schist Schist.png   Schrifterz Schrifterz.png   Shard of Conch Shard of Conch.png   Silvershine Silvershine.png   Slag Slag.png   Slate Slate.png   Soapstone Soapstone.png   Sodalite Sodalite.png   Zincspar Zincspar.png 

Main "Generics" page

Stones are used in the making of various items, as well as in the construction of many objects.

For information on laying stone and the resultant colors of paved tiles, see: Paving.

How to Acquire

Right-click a boulder and hit "Chip Stone".

All stone types can essentially be found as surface boulders, but these are "while supplies last" as they currently do not respawn. Depending on how close you are to a populated area like the spawn zone, you may have to rely on caves for your stone, which also hold all different stone types in veins. This requires the Mining skill.

Most stones have a quality of 10, but higher quality stones can be found by mining underground and as a byproduct of smelting quality slag.


  • Stone can be used to Pave.
  • Digging out a cellar produces a number of boulders of the stone type that is directly below in the cave layer. This could be used to get an infinite supply of a certain stone type by destroying and rebuilding the house. Cellars built on ore do not produce ore boulders and instead will find the closest stone type.
  • Ore also counts as stone and can thus be stacked into existing stone stockpiles and be used in recipes or construction.
  • Ore that fails to smelt into metal will always become slag.
  • Most buildings and objects that require stone will have texture of stone(s) used.
  • Crafts that require specific type of stone exist. Notable ones include Bone Clay(feldspar), Flint & Steel (flint), Fine Feather Brooch (Schist and Granite), Tafl Board (dolomite and basalt), Oak Spire (quartz) and Golden Cat (Cat Gold and Porphyry)

List of stones

Stone Vein
Alabaster.png Alabaster Vein-Alabaster.png
Apatite.png Apatite Vein-Apatite.jpeg
Arkose.png Arkose Vein-Arkose.png
Basalt.png Basalt Vein-Basalt.png
Bat Rock.png Bat Rock Vein-Bat Rock.png
Breccia.png Breccia Vein-Breccia.png
Cat Gold.png Cat Gold (Sometimes received when mining
or chipping any stone/ore source.)
Diabase.png Diabase Vein-Diabase.png
Diorite.png Diorite Vein-Diorite.png
Dolomite.png Dolomite Vein-Dolomite.png
Feldspar.png Feldspar Vein-Feldspar.png
Flint.png Flint Vein-Flint.png
Fluorospar.png Fluorospar Vein-Fluorospar.png
Gneiss.png Gneiss Vein-Gneiss.png
Granite.png Granite Vein-Granite.png
Hornblende.png Hornblende Vein-Hornblende.png
Jasper.png Jasper Vein-Jasper.png
Korund.png Korund Vein-Korund.png
Kyanite.png Kyanite Vein-Kyanite.png
Limestone.png Limestone Vein-Limestone.png
Marble.png Marble Vein-Marble.png
Mica.png Mica Mica vein.jpg
Microlite.png Microlite Vein-Microlite.png
Olivine.png Olivine Vein-Olivine.png
Orthoclase.png Orthoclase Vein-Orthoclase.png
Porphyry.png Porphyry Vein-Porphyry.png
Quartz.png Quartz Vein-Quartz.png
Sandstone.png Sandstone Vein-Sandstone.png
Schist.png Schist Vein-Schist.png
Slag.png Slag (Byproduct of smelting.
As such not available in other forms.)
Slate.png Slate Vein-Slate.png
Soapstone.png Soapstone Vein-Soapstone.png
Sodalite.png Sodalite Vein-Sodalite.png
Zincspar.png Zincspar Zincspar-vein.jpg
Shard of Conch.png Shard of Conch Chasm Conch Butchered.png