With dozens of resources in Medieval dynasty, it’s easy to lose track of everything the valley has to offer. A material that is not very common is clay. This orange dirt is hard to find, but will prove very useful as you build your village.
In this guide we will review everything you need to know about clay, including how to collect it, where to find it and what to do with it. First, let’s see which tool you will use to collect clay.
Updated July 2, 2023 by Jacqueline Zalace: We’ve updated this guide with some more information about finding clay in Medieval Dynasty. In addition, we have changed the formatting slightly to make it easier to read.
How to collect clay
You will need to use a shovel to collect the clay. Unlike other conventional tools, you will not be able to craft a shovel from your Craft menu.
To obtain a shovel, you will need to complete one of the following tasks.
- Purchase from the seller of the workshop in the village
- Build a Forge
- Follow along Uniegost taskbar
Shortly after starting Uniegost’s quest line, you will be tasked to visit Sambor. After talking to Sambor, he will give you a shovel and tell you to find a clay deposit. Directly behind his house will be a deposit that you can mine from. Furthermore you will keep the shovel he gives you.
In the image above, you can find the known clay deposits available in the valley.
Each area will have several deposits that you can mine from. Similar to collecting other resources, you will have to dig more often as the percentage of clay decreases. Once at 0 percent, the clay deposit will be depleted and the accumulated clay will go into your inventory.
After exhausting the clay deposit, you won’t be able to dig here again until next season. Many resources, including stones and clay deposits, will reappear when the season changes.
What to do with clay
One of the most important uses of clay is upgrading of houses. If you want to upgrade a house with wattle walls, you will need daubwhich is made of ten straw and ten clay on the workbench in the barn.
You will be able to at the workshop produces various wooden and clay objects. To do this, you can craft directly with the materials you collect or assign a villager to work here.
In the workshop, you can make the following items from clay.
- A clay bowl
- A clay cup
- A clay jug
- A clay cup
- A clay bottle
Although it does not have the greatest use, upgrading houses is very important. With a large village, you will need a lot of clay.
Can workers collect clay?
Fortunately, workers can collect the clay for you. To do this, you will have to assign a worker to the Excavation Shed, work as a miner.
If you choose to collect clay this way, be sure to place a shovel in the shed storage. This way, your worker will be able to collect the material and bring it back to the warehouse.
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