Stone Block

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Stone Block
  • Stone Block item sprite
  • Stone Block placed
Stack digit 9.pngStack digit 9.pngStack digit 9.png
Statistics
TypeBlockCrafting material
PlaceableYes
Use time14 Very Fast
RarityRarity Level: 0
Stone redirects here. For other uses, see Stone (disambiguation).

Stone Blocks are a type of block that composes most of the world. Found mostly underground, they compose the majority of the Cavern and Underground layers. Deep underground, Stone Blocks can generate with Moss growing on them.

As a crafting ingredient, Stone Blocks are vital early in the game to craft the Furnace and Wooden Arrows.

After hardmode is activated on a world, nearby corrupt, crimson and hallowed blocks can spread through Stone Blocks, changing them into Ebonstone, Crimstone, or Pearlstone, respectively. Ebonstone and Crimstone Blocks can be returned to normal with Purification Powder, whereas Pearlstone Blocks require Vile or Vicious Powders. All three types can also be purified with the Green Solution.

Crafting[edit | edit source]

Recipe[edit | edit source]

Used in[edit | edit source]

ResultIngredientsCrafting station
Active Stone Block.pngActive Stone Block
By Hand


Stone Wall.pngStone Wall (4)
Work Bench.pngWork Bench
Wooden Arrow.pngWooden Arrow (25)
Furnace.pngFurnace
Armor Statue.pngArmor Statue






Stone Slab.pngStone SlabDesktop VersionConsole versionOld-gen console versionMobile Version
Heavy Work Bench.pngHeavy Work BenchDesktop VersionConsole versionOld-gen console versionMobile Version
Copper Plating.pngCopper PlatingDesktop VersionConsole versionOld-gen console versionMobile Version
Tin Plating.pngTin PlatingDesktop VersionConsole versionOld-gen console versionMobile Version
Text Statue.pngText StatueDesktop VersionConsole versionOld-gen console versionMobile Version
Amber Gem Lock.pngAmber Gem LockDesktop Version
Amethyst Gem Lock.pngAmethyst Gem LockDesktop Version
Diamond Gem Lock.pngDiamond Gem LockDesktop Version
Emerald Gem Lock.pngEmerald Gem LockDesktop Version
Ruby Gem Lock.pngRuby Gem LockDesktop Version
Sapphire Gem Lock.pngSapphire Gem LockDesktop Version
Topaz Gem Lock.pngTopaz Gem LockDesktop Version
Planked Wall.pngPlanked Wall (4)
Sawmill.pngSawmill












Gray Brick.pngGray Brick
Furnace.pngFurnace
Copper Brick.pngCopper Brick
Silver Brick.pngSilver Brick
Gold Brick.pngGold Brick
Tin Brick.pngTin Brick
Tungsten Brick.pngTungsten Brick
Platinum Brick.pngPlatinum Brick
Hellstone Brick.pngHellstone Brick
Obsidian Brick.pngObsidian Brick (2)
Iridescent Brick.pngIridescent Brick
Mudstone Brick.pngMudstone Brick
Green Stucco.pngGreen Stucco (10)
Gray Stucco.pngGray Stucco (10)
Meteorite Brick.pngMeteorite BrickDesktop VersionConsole version (2)
Crimtane Brick.pngCrimtane BrickDesktop VersionConsole version
Cobalt Brick.pngCobalt Brick
Mythril Brick.pngMythril Brick
Adamantite Beam.pngAdamantite Beam
Palladium Column.pngPalladium Column
Bubblegum Block.pngBubblegum Block
Titanstone Block.pngTitanstone Block
Chlorophyte Brick.pngChlorophyte BrickDesktop VersionConsole version (2)
Shroomite Plating.pngShroomite PlatingDesktop VersionConsole version (15)
Luminite Brick.pngLuminite BrickDesktop VersionConsole version (2)
Boulder.pngBoulder
Tinkerer's Workshop.pngTinkerer's Workshop
Asphalt Block.pngAsphalt Block
Blend-O-Matic.pngBlend-O-Matic
Crystal Block.pngCrystal BlockDesktop VersionConsole version (5)
Adamantite Forge.pngAdamantite Forge
   or
Titanium Forge.pngTitanium Forge


Solar Fragment Block.pngSolar Fragment BlockDesktop VersionConsole version (5)
Ancient Manipulator.pngAncient ManipulatorDesktop VersionConsole version
Vortex Fragment Block.pngVortex Fragment BlockDesktop VersionConsole version (5)
Nebula Fragment Block.pngNebula Fragment BlockDesktop VersionConsole version (5)
Stardust Fragment Block.pngStardust Fragment BlockDesktop VersionConsole version (5)
Sunplate Block.pngSunplate Block (25)
Sky Mill.pngSky MillDesktop VersionConsole versionOld-gen console versionMobile Version

History[edit | edit source]

  • Desktop 1.0.2: Mining stone and other hard ores makes the sound of stone cracking now.
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