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Enshrouded: How to Craft a Workbench

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Building your base in the ruined world of Enshrouded will require you to build several structures but the base for crafting those structures is dependent on a Workbench. All the decorative and storage items along with gear items are crafted on the workbench so, it is essential to craft it as soon as possible.

In this guide, we’ll tell you how to craft a workbench in Enshrouded.

How to Craft a Workbench in Enshrouded

The Workbench is crafted after unlocking the recipe for it for which you have to gather all the required resources. To unlock the recipe for Workbench, players will have to get String and Wood Logs. The string is obtained by crafting using Fiber which is obtained from harvesting the plants and bushes. The Wood Logs can be obtained by looting the broken wooden furniture or cutting down the trees with an Axe.

Upon getting both of the required resources, the recipe for Workbench will unlock which can be viewed in the Crafting Menu. Crafting the Workbench will require the following required number of resources.

  • 3x String
  • 8x Wood Logs

Once you have obtained the required number of resources, open the Crafting Menu by pressing the V button and select the Workbench recipe to craft it. Press the Spacebar Key to craft the Workbench and it will be stored in your inventory.

After that, select the workbench from your inventory and place it down within the area of Flame Altar. The Workbench cannot be placed outside the designated area of the Flame Altar. Interacting with the Workbench will allow you to craft various kinds of blocks used for constructing your base as well as repairing your damaged tools and weapons.

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