Grounded

How to Craft a Busting Tool in Grounded

How to Craft a Busting Tool in Grounded

Shrunk to the size of an ant, you would have never imagined survival in the backyard could to so testing. Grounded is a beautiful world that’s filled with all type of deadly challenges. As with most survival games, crafting items for survival is the key. One of the items is the Busting Tool that you would require quite early in the game. It come in the class of tools much like the Chopping Tool. Each tool has its own purpose and comes in various Tiers. Stick around and we will show you how to craft a busting tool in Grounded.

How to Craft a Busting Tool in Grounded

The Busting Tool comes handy in breaking stones that block your way when exploring the backyard. In this guide, we will show you how to make the Pebblet Hammer as it’s the first Busting Tool available in the game.

In order to craft the Busting Tool – Pebblet Hammer – you require three resources – 3 Sprig, 1 Woven Fiber, and 4 Pebblet. Once you have the items, you can make the tool in the Crafting Menu.

How to Get the Resources

Most of the resources in the early phase is easy to find. You can get the Sprig from the ground as you explore. The sprig is a plant that’s single steamed, medium sized, and has small leaves on the top.

The Woven Fiber is not a resource you can directly pick from the ground or anywhere else, instead you have to make it from Plant Fiber using the Analyzer. The Plant Fiber can be found on the ground, which has to be analyzed by the Analyzer. This will unlock the recipe for Woven Fiber. Once you have the recipe, you can craft the item in the Materials tab from the Crafting Menu.

As the name suggests, Pebblets are pebbles that you can find throughout the game lying on the ground. You can easily find them anywhere.

Once you have all the items to make a Busting Tool, go to the Crafting menu > Tools. You can make the hammer there.  


What is your reaction?

Excited
0
Happy
0
In Love
0
Not Sure
0
Silly
0
Tim Blisz
I am an avid gamer who loves to write about games. When not writing, I like to cook and play first-person shooter video games.

    You may also like

    Comments are closed.

    More in:Grounded