Clay is an elusive resource in Grounded, and yet it is so important. If you are struggling to find Clay in Grounded’s daunting garden and you don’t want to wander into danger accidentally, you’re in the right place. This guide will cover how to get Clay in Grounded near to the original spawn location, where you should be safe from most of the fearsome insects that roam the world.
Where To Find Clay In Grounded
Clay is found in and around pools of water in Grounded. Sometimes you will need to dive underwater to find Clay, but this is usually safe. However, don’t be fooled by the pond – the water spiders that lurk beneath the depths will kill you before you can say B.U.R.G.L.
To find some Clay that is relatively safe to collect early in Grounded, look at the map above. My location indicates a pool of water in which you can dive to easily find some Clay. You won’t have to swim far, so there’s no danger of drowning either.
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How To Mine Clay In Grounded
Once you have found some Clay, you’ll need to get a Hammer. Luckily, you can get a Pebblet Hammer very early in the game, which will allow you to smash lumps of Clay into little pieces. When the rock smashes, collect the chunks of Clay and head back to base to start crafting.
What To Craft With Clay In Grounded
There are many important recipes that use Clay. For example, the Spinning Wheel requires 4 Clay, and allows you to make Silk Rope. With Silk Rope, you can then make some powerful gear, such as the Insect Axe. To find out everything you need to know about Silk Rope, click here.
That’s everything that you need to know to get Clay in Grounded. Have you fought the Broodmother boss yet? What are you hoping for in future Grounded updates? Let us know in the comments below, or over on our Discord, where you can join our growing community!
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