You can create container, statuettes, and plates out of clay using the pottery skill.
- A pottery table
- Clay (wet or dry)
- A drying rack or kiln
- A number of containers
- You can gather either wet or dry clay, as well as sand for the tempering step
- Wet clay can be found in locations with shallow water. You will need a waterproof container like a barrel or cask.
- Dry clay must first be exposed (by digging) in mountains or hilly areas with dirt.
- In order to use dry clay, you must add water to it on a pottery table and then knead they clay until it is worked in
Tempered Wet Clay
- Once you have a lump of wet clay, you must shape it into a disk before adding sand to temper it
- With a clay disk, you can add sand (you'll have to discover the correct proportion) to the worktable
- Then you must knead the disk to add the sand to it. You will end up with a lump of tempered wet clay.
- Tempered clay must be shaped into the rough form of the item you want to make. These rough forms include containers, statuettes, and dishes
Working the Clay
- The rough clay must be worked in detail to get the finished product.
- Various details will be available after this stage, like decorating and scoring (not implemented yet)
Drying the Clay
- Once the item is finished, it must be left on a drying rack to dry.
- Drying via kilns will be available (not implemented yet)
Not implemented yet
- Paint (not implemented)
- Stoke (not implemented)