Stone blocks

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Stone is produced from rock rubble via a Stonecutter's table after it is researched. To create stone right click the table, click 'Bills', and use the + and - buttons to set how many pieces of rubble you wish to consume. You must have a colonist with 'crafting' enabled in the Overview menu. Stone blocks are always produced in batches of 20 per rock chunk. Stone can also be obtained by deconstructing abandoned structures that are randomly scattered throughout the map, though these must be Claimed first.

Cut stone can be used to supplement other valuable resources, namely steel and wood. It can be used to craft walls (even the conduit walls that carry electricity), or fancy floors with faster than default walk speed and less mood penalty. Cut stone can be used to craft everything from doors, automatic doors, tables, benches, to beds and royal beds. It is also the prime resource for crafting sculptures for colonists with the Artist skill.

While doors made of stone are very hard for enemies to destroy, they also take a long time to open, so consider making the Autodoor variant to save time.

Stone walls and structures appear to take 3 times as much damage from explosive weapons (like Mortars) as structures made of other materials.

Name Description Value Modifier Health Modifier Beauty Modifier
Granite Blocks of solid granite. Granite is a very hard stone. 50% 270% 120%
Limestone Blocks of solid limestone. 40% 255% 120%
Marble Blocks of solid marble. Marble is a soft, beautiful stone, known for being easy to sculpt. 45% 220% 135%
Sandstone Blocks of solid sandstone. Sandstone is a relatively soft rock and chips easily. 40% 240% 110%
Slate Blocks of solid slate. A dull-looking rock that chips easily. 38% 230% 110%



Granite Blocks

Blocks of solid granite. Granite is a very hard stone.

Granite is the strongest of the rocks and is best suited to build walls in the fighting area. It also has the highest market value factor, so well suited to craft items for sale.

Market Value 2.1 Silver
Mass 1.25kg
Stack Limit 75
No Hit Points
Not harmed by HP damage; can be destroyed (e.g. by cave-ins). Does not apply to items made from this.
Material Volume 1:1
Time to Make ×1.3
Hit Points ×1.7
Flammability ×0
Material for Buildings and Art
Beauty ×1.2 +2
Door Speed ×0.45
Rest Effect. ×0.9
Material for Melee Weapons
Cooldown ×1.35
Blunt Damage
Sharp Damage

Jade

A hard, green stone. Because of its beauty and rarity, jade is often used for ornaments and decorations. Its hardness and density also makes it a good material for blunt weapons.

Jade is a hard stone, green in color. Due to its beauty, it is best used to create sculptures, but can also be used to create effective blunt weapons. Its beauty is comparable to silver.

Market Value 5 Silver
Mass 0.5kg
Stack Limit 500
No Hit Points
Not harmed by HP damage; can be destroyed (e.g. by cave-ins). Does not apply to items made from this.
Material Volume 1:1
Time to Make ×1.4
Hit Points ×0.5
Flammability ×0.2
Material for Buildings and Art
Beauty ×2.5 +6
Door Speed
Rest Effect.
Material for Melee Weapons
Cooldown ×1.1
Blunt Damage
Sharp Damage

Limestone Blocks

Blocks of solid limestone.

Besides being the second most durable stone type after granite, limestone blocks have no practical advantage over other stone blocks.

Market Value 1.9 Silver
Mass 1.1kg
Stack Limit 75
No Hit Points
Not harmed by HP damage; can be destroyed (e.g. by cave-ins). Does not apply to items made from this.
Material Volume 1:1
Time to Make ×1.3
Hit Points ×1.55
Flammability ×0
Material for Buildings and Art
Beauty ×1.2 +2
Door Speed ×0.45
Rest Effect. ×0.9
Material for Melee Weapons
Cooldown ×1.35
Blunt Damage
Sharp Damage

Marble Blocks

Blocks of solid marble. Marble is a soft, beautiful stone, known for being easy to sculpt.

Of all stone block materials, marble is the prettiest and is best suited to create art for your base. It is also a close second in terms of market value per unit of work, after sandstone, so is well suited to craft items for sale in bulk.

Market Value 1.9 Silver
Mass 1.25kg
Stack Limit 75
No Hit Points
Not harmed by HP damage; can be destroyed (e.g. by cave-ins). Does not apply to items made from this.
Material Volume 1:1
Time to Make ×1.15
Hit Points ×1.2
Flammability ×0
Material for Buildings and Art
Beauty ×1.35 +2
Door Speed ×0.45
Rest Effect. ×0.9
Material for Melee Weapons
Cooldown ×1.35
Blunt Damage
Sharp Damage

Sandstone Blocks

Blocks of solid sandstone. Sandstone is a relatively soft rock and chips easily.

Sandstone is the quickest stone type to work with, making it well suited for stone constructions that need to be built quickly. It also has the highest market value per unit of work so is the best stone type for crafting items for sale in bulk.

Market Value 1.9 Silver
Mass 1kg
Stack Limit 75
No Hit Points
Not harmed by HP damage; can be destroyed (e.g. by cave-ins). Does not apply to items made from this.
Material Volume 1:1
Time to Make ×1.1
Hit Points ×1.4
Flammability ×0
Material for Buildings and Art
Beauty ×1.1 +2
Door Speed ×0.45
Rest Effect. ×0.9
Material for Melee Weapons
Cooldown ×1.35
Blunt Damage
Sharp Damage

Slate Blocks

Blocks of solid slate. A dull-looking rock that chips easily.

The only advantage of slate blocks is that they are the least heavy. If for some reason you need to carry stone chunks or blocks in a caravan in bulk, slate might be the best choice.

Market Value 1.9 Silver
Mass 0.9kg
Stack Limit 75
No Hit Points
Not harmed by HP damage; can be destroyed (e.g. by cave-ins). Does not apply to items made from this.
Material Volume 1:1
Time to Make ×1.3
Hit Points ×1.3
Flammability ×0
Material for Buildings and Art
Beauty ×1.1 +2
Door Speed ×0.45
Rest Effect. ×0.9
Material for Melee Weapons
Cooldown ×1.35
Blunt Damage
Sharp Damage


Category: Material