Buckets

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Buckets
  • Empty Bucket.png Water Bucket.png Lava Bucket.png Honey Bucket.png
Stack digit 9.pngStack digit 9.png
Statistics
TypeToolMiscellaneous
Use time14 Very Fast
RarityRarity level: 0

A Bucket is used to carry liquids (water, lava, or honey). Each Bucket holds one tile of liquid. An empty Bucket can also be placed in the armor's helmet slot, where it provides +1 defense.

Clicking on any sufficient body of liquid with an empty Bucket collects the liquid, which replaces the empty Bucket with either the Water Bucket, Lava Bucket, or Honey Bucket. Clicking again will deposit the liquid at the point clicked, wherein the filled Bucket is again replaced with an empty Bucket.

The Bottomless Water Bucket acts as an infinite water placing bucket, whereas the Super Absorbant Sponge is essentially an infinite empty bucket that accepts only water. There are no lava or honey variants for these.

Buckets[edit | edit source]

Empty Bucket
  • Empty Bucket item sprite
  • Empty Bucket equipped
Autoswing
Stack digit 9.pngStack digit 9.png
Statistics
TypeToolArmor
Defense1
Body slotHelmet
Use time15 Very Fast
Tool speed10
RarityRarity level: 0
Water Bucket
  • Water Bucket item sprite
Auto-use
Stack digit 9.pngStack digit 9.png
Statistics
TypeMiscellaneousCrafting material
Use time15 Very Fast
RarityRarity level: 0
Lava Bucket
  • Lava Bucket item sprite
Auto-use
Stack digit 9.pngStack digit 9.png
Statistics
TypeMiscellaneous
Use time15 Very Fast
RarityRarity level: 0
Honey Bucket
  • Honey Bucket item sprite
Auto-use
Stack digit 9.pngStack digit 9.png
Statistics
TypeMiscellaneous
Use time15 Very Fast
RarityRarity level: 0

Crafting[edit | edit source]

Recipe[edit | edit source]

ResultIngredientsCrafting station
Empty BucketEmpty Bucket
Iron AnvilIron Anvil
or
Lead AnvilLead Anvil
total: 1 row(s)

Used in[edit | edit source]

ResultIngredientsCrafting station
Bone SinkBone SinkDesktop VersionConsole VersionMobile Version
Bone WelderBone WelderDesktop VersionConsole VersionOld-gen console versionMobile Version
Flesh SinkFlesh SinkDesktop VersionConsole VersionMobile Version
Flesh Cloning VatFlesh Cloning VatDesktop VersionConsole VersionOld-gen console versionMobile Version
Glass SinkGlass SinkDesktop VersionConsole VersionMobile Version
Glass KilnGlass KilnDesktop VersionConsole VersionOld-gen console versionMobile Version
Honey SinkHoney SinkDesktop VersionConsole VersionMobile Version
Honey DispenserHoney DispenserDesktop VersionConsole VersionOld-gen console versionMobile Version
Frozen SinkFrozen SinkDesktop VersionConsole VersionMobile Version
Ice MachineIce MachineDesktop VersionConsole VersionOld-gen console versionMobile Version
Metal SinkMetal SinkDesktop VersionConsole VersionMobile Version
Iron AnvilIron Anvil
or
Lead AnvilLead Anvil
Lihzahrd SinkLihzahrd SinkDesktop VersionConsole VersionMobile Version
Lihzahrd FurnaceLihzahrd FurnaceDesktop VersionConsole VersionOld-gen console versionMobile Version
Living Wood SinkLiving Wood SinkDesktop VersionConsole VersionMobile Version
Living LoomLiving LoomDesktop VersionConsole VersionOld-gen console versionMobile Version
Skyware SinkSkyware SinkDesktop VersionConsole VersionMobile Version
Sky MillSky MillDesktop VersionConsole VersionOld-gen console versionMobile Version
Slime SinkSlime SinkDesktop VersionConsole VersionMobile Version
SolidifierSolidifier
Steampunk SinkSteampunk SinkDesktop VersionConsole VersionMobile Version
Steampunk BoilerSteampunk BoilerDesktop VersionConsole VersionOld-gen console versionMobile Version
Blue Dungeon SinkBlue Dungeon SinkDesktop VersionConsole VersionMobile Version
Work BenchWork Bench
Boreal Wood SinkBoreal Wood SinkDesktop VersionConsole VersionMobile Version
Cactus SinkCactus SinkDesktop VersionConsole VersionMobile Version
Crystal SinkCrystal SinkDesktop Version
Dynasty SinkDynasty SinkDesktop VersionConsole VersionMobile Version
Ebonwood SinkEbonwood SinkDesktop VersionConsole VersionMobile Version
Granite SinkGranite SinkDesktop VersionConsole VersionMobile Version
Green Dungeon SinkGreen Dungeon SinkDesktop VersionConsole VersionMobile Version
Marble SinkMarble SinkDesktop VersionConsole VersionMobile Version
Martian SinkMartian SinkDesktop VersionConsole VersionMobile Version
Meteorite SinkMeteorite SinkDesktop VersionConsole VersionMobile Version
Mushroom SinkMushroom SinkDesktop VersionConsole VersionMobile Version
Obsidian SinkObsidian SinkDesktop VersionConsole VersionMobile Version
Palm Wood SinkPalm Wood SinkDesktop VersionConsole VersionMobile Version
Pearlwood SinkPearlwood SinkDesktop VersionConsole VersionMobile Version
Pink Dungeon SinkPink Dungeon SinkDesktop VersionConsole VersionMobile Version
Pumpkin SinkPumpkin SinkDesktop VersionConsole VersionMobile Version
Rich Mahogany SinkRich Mahogany SinkDesktop VersionConsole VersionMobile Version
Shadewood SinkShadewood SinkDesktop VersionConsole VersionMobile Version
Spooky SinkSpooky SinkDesktop VersionConsole VersionMobile Version
Wooden SinkWooden SinkDesktop VersionConsole VersionMobile Version
total: 32 row(s)

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • Putting a bucket in the vanity slot, and another bucket in the armor slot will stack the buckets on top of each other.
  • Old-gen console versionMobile version Because the bucket has no hue, Dyes mostly have an unnoticeable effect on its appearance.

History[edit | edit source]

  • Desktop 1.2.4:
    • Fixed bug where the last bucket of a stack wouldn't go into an available stack when used.
    • Fixed bug where buckets don't stack together by themselves when dropped in the world.
    • Fixed exploit where you could duplicate buckets on Mannequins.
  • Desktop 1.0.5: Filled Buckets may no longer be emptied into solid ground.