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How to Build a Furnace in Moonstone Island

Here's how you can build a furnace in Moonstone Island.
How to Build a Furnace in Moonstone Island
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In Moonstone Island, you will spend plenty of time seeking new crafting recipes to build new items to customize your house or to make exploration more convenient.

One of the first things you would want to build is a Furnace, which can be used to turn ore into ingots. If you didn't know, you need different types of Ingot to build various items like Decoration Station and Moonstone Enchanter. As such, here's our guide explaining how to build a Furnace in Moonstone Island.

How to craft a Furnace in Moonstone Island

Complete Ferra's quest to get the crafting recipe for the Furnace. (Picture: Shreyansh/Studio Supersoft)

Before you can build a Furnace in Moonstone Island, you will need its crafting recipe. For this, you have to talk to the island's blacksmith, Ferra, who will ask you to get 10 Copper Ores from nearby mines. There's a mine on every island, so you shouldn't have much trouble finding them.

Copper Ores are like regular stones but with tiny bronze embedded all over them. Use your hammer to break down the stones and collect Copper Ores. Once you have collected 10 Copper Ores, head back to Moonstone Island and sell them to the blacksmith Ferra. Doing so will get you the crafting recipe for Furnace. 

You need 10 Wood and Stone to craft a furnace. (Picture: Shreyansh/Studio SuperSoft)

To build a furnace, you will need 10 Wood and 10 Stones. You can chop trees and use your hammer on the southernmost side of Moonstone Island to get wood and stones. 

Once you have the required items, head to the crafting menu and select Furnace. Congrats! Now, you should be able to smelt ores into ingots. We recommend placing the Furnace inside your tent, as you could save time by using a Time Dilation potion. 

That concludes our guide on how to build a furnace. Since you're here, why not check out our Moonstone Island Review?