It won’t take long to get thirsty while you’re exploring the backyard in Grounded. When venturing out, you’ll want to make sure you have a water container or two with you filled with clean water, so you can hydrate as needed. Further, once you have a water container, you can continually refill it so you won’t have to waste time searching for drops of water. So, how do you make one?
How to Get a Water Container in Grounded
To get a water container in Grounded, you’ll need to craft a canteen by combining three grub hides and two woven fibers. Each container can carry two drinks of fresh water, which will allow you to easily rehydrate while you’re out exploring around. Further, if you’re planning a big trip, you can carry multiple canteens in your inventory to ensure you don’t run out of liquid.
You shouldn’t have any problem getting woven fibers, as they can be made from plant fiber. Simply pop the plant into the analyzer and you’ll learn how to make the woven fibers. The grub hides are a bit more tricky but are still rather simple. To start, you’ll need to craft a shovel. Once you’ve done that, dig into the ground when you see a moving spot to expose a grub.
From there, simply whack the grub with an axe and you’ll get a grub hide. When you’ve gathered all the materials needed for a water container, open up your crafting menu, head to the health tab, and make a canteen. Now, whenever you come across some clean water, you can fill up your container and place it back in your inventory for the next time you go exploring.
If you don’t feel like searching for water droplets, you can craft a dew dweller, which will allow you to catch water droplets on a spider web. These can be placed at your base camp and can save you a lot of time in the long run.
Now that you know how to make a water container in Grounded, be sure to check some of our other guides.