Dehydrated Cube

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Dehydrated Cube

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Available in:

Mines

Rooms

Realms

Dehydrated Cubes are non-craftable, non-buildable items that that can be referred to as crafting ingredients which are used in Rehydrators to obtain new items by rehydration. In an inventory or in a chests or when its dropped, it's icon looks like glassy-icey block with a question mark in/on it. When it is hydrated, it turns into different types of items based upon the table below.

In order to hydrate a dehydrated cube, one needs a Rehydrator, and after placing a dehydrated cube into Rehydrator, the transformation process takes a specific time duration and rewards different items based upon the color of the dehydrated cube.


Table For Each Color Of Dehydrated Cubes
Compiled by Players

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D-Cube Purple.png

D-Cube Blue.png

D-Cube Green.png

D-Cube Gold.png

(Red)
Dehydrated Cube

(Purple)
Dehydrated Cube

(Blue)
Dehydrated Cube

(Green)
Dehydrated Cube

(Golden)
Dehydrated Cube

Hydration Time:
1/6 days
(4 hours)

Hydration Time:
1 days
(24 hours)

Hydration Time:
3 days
(72 hours)

Hydration Time:
7 days
(168 hours)

Hydration Time:
14 days
(336 hours)

List of Items Transform's After Hydration:

List of Items Transform's After Hydration:

List of Items Transform's After Hydration:

List of Items Transform's After Hydration:

List of Items Transform's After Hydration:


How to obtain

Dehydrated Cubes are obtainable by mining blocks in any mine, room or realm as well as farming berry bushes and rubber trunks. Breaking any block may upon chance, give you one of four Dehydrated Cubes.
Golden Dehydrated Cube is obtainable only from Green Dehydrated Cube.


Notes

  • Dehydrated Cubes have a rarity system. Red being the most common, to the Green being the rarest of the common Dehydrated Cubes.
  • The Rarer the Dehydrated Cube, the longer the Hydration time.
  • You can view the compiled list here.


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