My Time at Sandrock takes place in the barren desert, which means no resource as precious as water. Here's how to get some.
How to find water in My Time at Sandrock
There are two main ways to get water in My Time at Sandrock: you can craft water or purchase it. Crafting water can be time-consuming until you get the Dew Collector. If you are in a pickle, you can always purchase water to power your machines from the Water World store.
How to craft water in My Time at Sandrock
To craft water in My Time at Sandrock, you need 10 Dew. You can use this at your workbench to craft barrels of water. Water can then be used to power your machines. You can find dew by cutting down bushes, but the rate is low. However, the Dew Collector will provide an easy source.
The Dew Collector is a machine you can build, but you will need to use data discs and purchase the diagram from Qi at the Research Center. You will then need to construct this with various materials. Here is what you need to build the Dew Collector.
- 3x Wooden Stick
- 3x Basic Leather
- 2x Marble Brick
- 12x Stone
- 2x Stone Trough
Once you have crafted the Dew Collector, all you have to do is place it down and let it do its thing. Then, you can use the collected Dew to craft your water at the Worktable.
Where to purchase water in My Time at Sandrock
If you need water immediately and don't have the time to put together a Dew Collector or don't feel like waiting, you can purchase some water from Water World. The Water World shop is located near the Water Tower in town and is run by Burgess. He sells the water at three different prices but will only have a select stock of each price. They will be restocked for Winter and sell at a cheaper price.
Once the cheap ones are sold out, you'll have to purchase the next price up, and so on. Take a look at the prices and details below.
|10||Spring, Summer, Autumn||50|
|25||Spring, Summer, Autumn||200|
|250||Spring, Summer, Autumn||400|
This is a convenient place to grab some water if you have the Gols, but it is only a limited stock, so you will want to ensure you begin crafting your own eventually. Water is a precious material in Sandrock, so you will want to stay stocked up as much as possible.