V Rising Stone Dust & Stone Brick

Don’t know how to get Stone Bricks and Stone Dust in V Rising? We will explain everything you need to know. If you want to be a proper vampire lord you will need a huge and awe-inspiring castle, like the one owned by the famous Count Dracula. And for that, you’ll need Stone Bricks. In this guide, we will explain how to use your amassed stones, and where to craft Stone Dust and Stone Bricks.

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V Rising Stone Dust & Stone Brick

How to Get Stone Dust & Stone Brick in V Rising

To process the raw stone you’ve collected in V Rising, you’ll need to build the Grinder. The Grinder is one of the most important early-game objects you need to create. You can build the Grinder from the building menu, under Production, and then Refinement. For that, you’ll need the following materials:

  • 8 Planks
  • 4 Copper Ingots
  • 4 Whetstones

Check out how to find Whetstone in our guide. In addition, you’ll also need a Sawmill to craft planks from wood, and a Furnace to refine your raw Copper Ore into nice Copper bars. When constructing a Grinder, you’ll need to place it near your Castle Heart, as the Grinder is powered by it.

Now when we have the machinery up and running, all that has left is to make some stone bricks and stone dust. To create a stone brick, you’ll need to put raw Stones into the Input section of the Grinder menu. You’ll need 12 raw stones to craft 1 Stone Brick. From this, you’ll also get 1x Stone Dust as residue. Stone Bricks are used to create castle walls and floors of stone. On the other hand, Stone Dust is an ingredient for creating Whetstones from the Furnace.

As you can see, the ratio of stones and bricks is rather unfavourable, and you will need a lot of stones to eventually build your imposing castle. So better start collecting those stones as soon as possible. Otherwise, other players might attack and destroy your sanctuary.

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