- 1 Where is the study table in the graveyard keeper?
- 2 Where can I buy graveyard keeper oil?
- 3 How do you get your first graveyard keeper in science?
- 4 How do you get blue in graveyard keeper?
- 5 How do you get pigskin in graveyard keeper?
- 6 Where can I find iron in the graveyard keeper?
- 7 How do you make graveyard keeper water?
- 8 How do you get green points Graveyard Keeper?
- 9 How do I open the graveyard keeper Church?
- 10 How do you get the white paint in the graveyard keeper?
- 11 How do you make honey graveyard keeper?
- 12 Where can I find graveyard keeper carrots?
Where is the study table in the graveyard keeper?
The study table becomes available after you’ve progressed the Episcop’ s main quest line far enough to get access to the church, and alchemy lab. To research most items you will need some combination of science and faith.
Where can I buy graveyard keeper oil?
In order to get the oil, you need to get to Dig. She’s in the tent and she sells veggies. The location of her tent is shown above. After getting the resources, got to the donkey and give them to it.
How do you get your first graveyard keeper in science?
On the Church Workbench you will be able to take Human Skin and turn it into Pigskin Paper, which you can then turn into Clean Paper. This should give you 4 pieces of paper that you can take over to the Study Table in the Church, study, and burn. Voila! You should have your first Science points.
How do you get blue in graveyard keeper?
Blue points can be earned by looking into body parts such as the heart or the intestines. Since blue points are harder to come by, studying certain items such as dark organs will award you one hundred points at once, enough to easily unlock a few new blueprints.
How do you get pigskin in graveyard keeper?
Unlock the church. Go into the church basement. Build a church desk. Turn Skin obtained from corpses into Pigskin.
Where can I find iron in the graveyard keeper?
Iron ore is collected either from the bog ore outcroppings, from iron deposits or via a zombie ore mine. Bog ore outcroppings can be found in the swamp and in the area directly north of the workyard. The only iron deposit at the moment can be found along the northern most cliff face, north of the cabin in the woods.
How do you make graveyard keeper water?
Water is a crafting material, obtained by clicking on a bucket of clear water in your inventory and selecting Use. It is used in a variety of crafting recipes, in addition to alchemy where-in it can be used in place of a powder, solution, or extract, with the alchemy workbench (tier I) and alchemy workbench (tier II).
How do you get green points Graveyard Keeper?
If you want to get green points quickly you can walk around the area to pick flowers and fruits. However, this is only worthwhile at the beginning of the game, because each such interaction nets you only one green point. Woodworking. You can earn 1 to 5 points for cutting down trees, creating planks and chopping wood.
How do I open the graveyard keeper Church?
Once you reach +5 quality of the graveyard, you will be able to complete Episcop’s quest during a Pride Day. This will unlock access to the church. During each Pride Day, you will be able to perform a Sermon. This will give you faith points, as well as money.
How do you get the white paint in the graveyard keeper?
To make white paint, you can choose from three different recipes white powder and oil, electric power and water, or alcohol and slowing solution.
How do you make honey graveyard keeper?
you can get the honey by getting near a beehive and pressing the interactable button. But be cautious as the beehive have bees who will stung you and deal 15 damage so always approach hive when you have a decent amount of HP. below you will find the locations where you can find trees with beehives.
Where can I find graveyard keeper carrots?
Carrot seeds can be planted in empty garden beds in the farming space below the workyard known as the Kitchen Garden. To obtain carrot seeds you must purchase them from the Farmer afterward you can get some number of seeds back each time you harvest the fully grown crop.