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Wylde Flowers: Crafting Stations in Tool Shed

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Wylde Flowers: Crafting Stations in Tool Shed

Wylde Flowers is a farming simulator game in which you play as Tara who has come to an island to help her Grandma and the farm. As players will slowly progress through the main quests of the game, they’ll start needing to refine resources for several needs. Tara’s grandma has a Tool Shed beside the farm in which players can build different types of crafting stations that’ll help them refine the resources.

In this guide, we’ll tell you how to build crafting stations in Tool Shed and how much they cost.

How to Build Crafting Stations

At the start of the game, the Tool Shed will not be that big and Grandma will give you a brief tutorial on the blueprints of the crafting stations. When you access the blueprints on the table, you’ll be able to see all the various crafting stations that you can build with the resources. All of the resources require some space in the Tool Shed and since the tool shed is not that big, you’ll probably have to upgrade the tool shed to make it bigger so, that all of the stations can fit and you can use them with ease. If you are early in the game, you don’t have to upgrade it but later in the game, you’ll probably have to.

In order to upgrade the tool shed, you’ll need to go to Parker Johnson and he’ll expand the area of the tool shed. After upgrading the tool shed the total area inside of the shed will be 9×12 and you’ll easily build all of the crafting stations inside the tool shed. Upgrading the Tool Shed will cost you 7x Wood and 200 Coins.

All Crafting Stations

There are currently 10 crafting stations available in the blueprint. Each crafting station will take a designated spot in the shed and it’ll cover up some space. The Crafting Stations are the following.

  • Paper Press
  • Loom
  • Candlemaker
  • Juice Press
  • Dyeing Bath
  • Metalworking Table
  • Fermentation Barrel
  • Glass Kiln
  • Silkworm Box
  • Butter Churn
Wylde Flowers: Crafting Stations in Tool Shed

Paper Press

Paper Press is used to press the wood into paper. It takes a space of 1×2 and to build this crafting station, you’ll need 6x Wood and 30 Coins.

Loom

Loom is used to make cloth from cotton and wool or silk from silk thread. It unlocks in the summer season and it takes a space of 2×2 in the shed. In order to build this crafting station, you’ll need 15x Wood, 3x Iron Bar, and 30 Coins.

Candlemaker

Candlemaker is used to making candles out of Beeswax, Soy Milk, or Animal Fat. It takes a space of 2×3 and to build this crafting station, you’ll need 10x Wood, 5x Iron Bar, and 30 Coins.

Juice Press

Juice Press is used to extract juices and oils from raw fruits and vegetables. It takes a space of 1×1 and to build this crafting station, you’ll need 20x Wood, 2x Iron Bar, and 150 Coins.

Dyeing Bath

Dyeing Bath is used for dyeing fabric. In order to build this crafting station, you’ll need 6x Iron Bar and 150 coins.

Metalworking Table

Metalworking Table is used for creating jewelry and other useful items. In order to build this crafting station, you’ll need 5x Iron Ingot, 20x Wood, 1x Gold Ingot, and 600 Coins.

Fermentation Barrel

Fermentation Barrel is used to make beer, wine, cheese, and other recipes. It takes a space of 2×2 and to build this crafting station, you’ll need 10x Wood, 2x iron Ingot, and 90 Coins.

Glass Kiln

Glass Kiln is used to turn high-quality sand into glass. It takes a space of 2×4 and to build this crafting station, you’ll need 5x Iron Ingot, 15x Clay, and 200 Coins.

Silkworm Box

Silkworm Box is a house for silkworms that will provide you with silk thread. It takes a space of 1×2 and to build this crafting station, you’ll need 8x Wood, 1x Silkworm, and 200 Coins.

Butter Chun

Butter Chun is used to make butter from milk or milk alternatives. It takes a space of 1×1 and to make this crafting station, you’ll need 10x Wood, 2x Iron Ingot, and 75 Coins.

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Pokemon Scarlet and Violet: Where to Find the Ice Stone

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Pokemon Scarlet and Violet: Where to Find the Ice Stone

Pokemon Scarlet and Violet also have the mechanics of Evolvement of the Pokemons that are very necessary at some point in the game. Evolving Pokemons will increase their stat as well as their level which will then deal great damage to other Pokemons in the battles. One of the main items required for the Evolvement of Pokemons is the Evolution Stones. One of the Evolution Stones that you can find after progressing in the main path of the game is the Ice Stone and you do want to get your hands on it as soon you unlock the specific area.

In this guide, we’ll tell you where to Find the Ice Stone in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet.

Finding Ice Stone

Ice Stone is one of the mid-game Evolution Stones that players can find after progressing through a couple of the main paths in the game. The Path that players need to progress in is the Victory Road Path in which players take down different Gym Leaders and claim their Badges as well as the Path of Legends to get all the abilities for the Mount. Once players have made their way to Dalizapa, the Ice Stone will be able to collect by players at a specific Location on the map. Ice Stone is used to evolving a certain species of Pokemon and if you have one of those Pokemon then you can evolve them by using the Ice Stone on it.

The Ice Stone can be found by going through the Dalizapa Passage. The Dalizapa Passage can be found North of the Mesagoza before you get to Glaseado Mountain. To get to Dalizapa Passage, you need to head North and climb up on the mountains near the Great Crater of Paldea. When you are up on the Mountain, you’ll see a space between the mountains and a big Poke Ball which represents the Dalipaza Passage. You need to jump down and then start going in the North direction.

Finding Ice Stone

You’ll have to go through a stone passage and as you go up, you’ll see a shining Poke ball on one of the Stone Spikes. Use the Mount to Climb up on the Stone and as you go close to the Poke Ball, you’ll pick up the Ice Stone and it will show you that you picked up the Ice Stone. It will also show you the description of the Ice Stone on the screen which will say “A Peculiar stone that can make certain species of Pokemon evolve. It has a snowflake pattern in it.” After getting the Ice Stone, players can evolve the following Pokemon by using the Ice Stone.

  • Eevee > Glaceon
  • Cetoddle > Cetitan
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Pokemon Scarlet and Violet: How to Check Pokemon’s Size

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Pokemon Scarlet and Violet: How to Check Pokemon’s Size

Pokemon Scarlet and Violet have many Pokemon and players do keep close Pokemon with the highest levels to themselves because they will be able to take down the high-level Pokemon in the battles. But how do they know what is the size of the Pokemon that are with them? Most of the players think that the Pokemon that are small will be small in size as well but they can surprise you when you check their size of them.

In this guide, we’ll tell you how to check your Pokemon’s Size in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet.

Pokemon Size

Pokemon are different in size and players cannot judge their size just by looking at them or the way they look. You will find most of the Pokemon looking small in size as they completely hide in the tall grass but if you get to check their sizes, you’ll be surprised. Pokemon also change their sizes as they level up or evolve into a new shape. So, when you level up the Pokemon or give them a specific item to evolve them, all of their stats, their EVs, and their size will also change.

Checking Pokemon’s Size

Checking your Pokemon’s Size is not simpler as it sounds because it sounds like you would be able to see it from the summary but you won’t find any description of the Pokemon’s Size. To check the size of the Pokemon, you need to meet with a specific NPC in the game. The NPCs in the game have a very useful role because they allow you to do different sorts of things for your Pokemon. One of the things that a specific NPC can do for you is telling you how exactly big or small your Pokemon is.

To find the NPC, you need to go to a town named “Mesagoza” which is basically the first town your character will visit in the main story of the game. To get to this Town, you need to complete the whole Prologue of the game. After completing the Prologue, you’ll come to Mesagoza, the main town of Paldea. This town has various shops where you can buy all sorts of items and NPCs that you can interact with to get different information or items as well.

Checking Pokemon’s Size

As there are many NPCs in Mesagoza, the NPC that you need to talk to know the Pokemon’s Size will be standing near the Flowers on the west side of the town. You need to go to the left side of the town and make your way towards the shop and you’ll see different flowers in a circle. There’ll be an NPC standing next to the flower wearing a white hat. If you close to the NPC, you will also see the golden dialogue on her head saying “Do you care how big your Pokemon are?”.

Interact with the NPC and she will ask you to select the Pokemon for which you want to know the Size. Accept and then you’ll get to the menu where you can select one of the Pokemon in the Party. Select the Pokemon and then she’ll tell you the size of the selected Pokemon. You can get an idea of the actual size of the Pokemon by talking to her. If you want to check any Pokemon’s Size, you can come to her and know the size of the Pokemon.

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Pokemon Scarlet and Violet: How to Get the Arc Phone Case

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Pokemon Scarlet and Violet: How to Get the Arc Phone Case

Pokemon Scarlet and Violet have many options regarding the appearance of the character and players can change their outfits to other seasons’ uniforms along with all the accessories. One of the accessories that your character will have is his Rotom Phone with the Default Case which is Red color Case. Players can get one Rotom phone case for free at the beginning named Arc Phone Case.

In this guide, we’ll tell you how to get the Arc Phone Case in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet.

Getting the Arc Phone Case

The Accessories of the character can be bought from different fashion shops in the main town of Mesagoza where players will come after completing the Prologue of the game. The fashion shops let players buy different accessories that players can change anytime in the game. There are different types of accessories in the game and players will not find every accessory in the game in one shop. Every shop has different items of an accessory so players will have to go and visit different shops in the town to find the accessory they require.

Buying accessories will always cost you Poke Coins or LP but there is a way to get a Free Accessory named Arc phone Case for your character’s Rotom Phone. To get the free Arc Phone Case, you need to complete the Prologue of the game and once you have made your way to the Mesagoza town, you need to go towards the South Staircase of the town which is also the main entrance to Mesagoza.

You’ll find two other bridges as well, one on the east side and one on the west side to access different areas beyond Mesagoza but go to the main entrance of Mesagoza and you will start seeing many NPCs on the stairs. Now, NPCs can do many things for you in the game so if you see any interesting NPC with a dialogue box of golden color, do talk to them. As you are making your way down the Staircase, you will see a Lady wearing glasses and she will have a golden dialogue saying “Your Phone can reveal your past lives to me…”. You need to talk to this lady and after the conversation, she will give you a new phone case named Arc Phone Case.

Equipping Arc Phone Case

Now to equip the new Arc Phone Case on your Rotom Phone, you need to press the Left Button on the D-Pad to open up the customization options of their character. Switch the tabs and go to the very last tab and you will see the Arc Phone Case in the inventory. You just need to select the Arc Phone Case to apply it to the Rotom Phone.

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