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Palia: How to Get Ceramic Bar



Palia: How to Get Ceramic Bar

The World Map of Palia is filled with various riches that players will have to get to craft into more exquisite items either for their tools, house, items, furniture, or much more. As some of the materials can be turned into refined materials that are used for advanced crafting recipes, players will be required to get such materials throughout the game. One of the refined materials that players can get for various reasons is Ceramic Bar.

In this guide, we’ll tell you how to get Ceramic Bar in Palia.

How to Get Ceramic Bar in Palia

Ceramic Bar is a refined material in Palia and players can get it by smelting the Clay into a Smelter. There are various Smelter Types that players can unlock in Palia and one of the early ones is Basic Smelter that players unlock by reaching Level 2 of Mining Activity. Once players have reached Level 2 of Mining Activity, they will be able to buy a Basic Smelter recipe from Hodari for 100 Gold and a recipe for Ceramic Bar for 50 Gold.

Players cannot make Ceramic Bars without any of those 2 items so, it is important to get them. After getting the recipes and making the Basic Smelter and placing it on the Plot, players will be required to get 2x Clay to turn them into 1 Ceramic Bar. Clay can be obtained by mining the Brown Edgy Stone Ores in the coastal areas near Kimila Village.

After getting the Clay, players need to interact with Smelter and select the Ceramic Bar recipe to place them in the smelter. It will take 4 minutes to make 1 Ceramic Bar and players can retrieve it by interacting with the smelter and selecting the Ceramic Bar from the Completed Jobs Blocks.

Ceramic Bars are used in several recipes for creating different crafters as well as furniture items to decorate the house.

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