My Time at Sandrock is a game about gathering resources to build structures. As you progress through the story, you’ll have to start upgrading your machines to unlock new crafting recipes. One of the main items required to upgrade is the Bloodstone Core, crafted using Bloodstones and Clay. This guide will provide information on how to get Clay in My Time at Sandrock Early Access.
How to Get Clay in My Time at Sandrock
There are three ways to obtain Clay in My Time at Sandrock:
- Mining Hard Rocks around your workshop in the Eufaula Desert.
- Mining in the Eufaula Salvage Abandoned Ruins.
- Purchasing from Ceramic Gate.
The primary way you’ll find clay is by mining Hard Rocks around your workshop. To mine Hard Rocks, you’ll need a Bronze Pickhammer or better to break through the rocks. Like Gravel rocks, Hard Rocks are scattered around the Eufaula Desert, particularly in the same area where you find Deadwood trees. Hard Rocks also drop Bloodstones, the second ingredient to crafting Bloodstone Cores.
You can also find clay by mining in the Eufaula Salvage Abandoned Ruins. Unlike Copper and Tin ore mined from their respective crystal nodes, clay has a chance of appearing when you mine regular stone. However, it is not a guaranteed drop, and you may instead find Dinas and Stone.
Alternatively, if you have some spare Gols and don’t mind spending some money, you can buy Clay from Ceramic Gate. Ceramic Gate is a store found in Amirah’s home, located northeast of City Hall and Construction Junction. Depending on the Market Price percentage, the price of one clay will range from 7 to 10 Gols. You can purchase up to 15 Clay at once before the shop restocks.