This basic Bed has a wooden frame and white bedsheets. It is two blocks long and such requires two free spaces of ground to be placed on.
Beds are placeable and then usable pieces of furniture that enable players to quickly skip either (the rest of) the day or the night. Sleeping in a Bed also restores the player character to full health.
On multiplayer game worlds, it is necessary for all players on the game world to use a bed at the same time in order to fast-forward the ingame day time, but even if only one player character goes to bed, they will be healed over time nonetheless.
This basic Bed with white sheets can be crafted after unlocking the crafting recipe in the crafting menu for free, while the Beds with colored bedsheets (Red Beds, Blue Beds and Yellow Beds) can only be crafted from rare Recipes that can mainly be found in randomly spawning Treasure Chests. Other types of Beds can only be obtained and crafted after buying purchasable bundles in the Store for Coins, like the Galactic Sleep Pod or the Ice Bed.
Beds cannot be rotated and also cannot be placed upside down onto a ceiling.
How to obtainEdit
This basic white Bed can be crafted in your Crafting Menu (to be opened by pressing "Q" as the default key), but only after the according crafting recipe has been unlocked for free.
How to unlock the crafting recipe Edit
To craft a basic Bed, you will need to unlock its free crafting-recipe first by:
- either crafting or obtaining a Wood Chest (meaning the craftable storage chest, not to be mistaken with randomly spawning Wood Treasure Chests)
How to craft BedsEdit
To craft one basic white Bed, you'll need:
- 1 Twine, made of Vines in a Processor
- 1 (block of) Shredded Leaves, made of any kind of tree Leaves in a Processor
- 4 Wood Rods, made of most kinds of Wood or Logs in a Processor
- 2 Stone Rods, made of Stone, Limestone or Bedrock in a Processor
How to useEdit
At first, you have to place any Bed into the game world in order to use it. Please note that basic Beds are two blocks long and will require one more free space on the ground behind the spot that you'll choose with your cursor when attempting to place the Bed.
Like all Beds, you can use this basic Bed by clicking your right mouse button or by typing "F" as the default key to activate the Bed while looking at the Bed with your cursor. Your player character will then lie down on the Bed, displaying a randomly chosen sleeping position.
If you are the only active player on the game world, then the rest of the day will quickly be skipped if it is daytime ingame, or the night, if darkness has already fallen. Your player character will awaken and stand either directly on the Bed or on a free spot next to the Bed automatically in the early morning (5:12 am) or alternatively at dusk (10:36 pm).
However, on multiplayer worlds it might be necessary for all currently active players to go to sleep at the same time in order to skip time. Sometimes, especially if only two players are active and close to each other, it is enough if only one of them uses a Bed though. You will be notified in the chat whenever other players on the same game world are going to bed, so you can do the same with your player character if you also want to skip the day or night.
Since update R41 in May 2017, sleeping in a Bed now also restores all health points in Creativerse, even without skipping day or night-time, unless the sleeping process is interrupted.
Please note that no Bed can be rotated anymore since update R46 on September 6th 2017. Ever since then Beds also cannot be placed upside down onto a ceiling any longer, different from chairs that are even still usable in this position.
Despite the game advising you to not jump on a Bed, you can give it a try if you like (no downsides to this noticed so far). It is pretty much the same as jumping onto a Block of Goo.
Right now, Beds - of all kinds, also Red Beds, Yellow Beds, Blue Beds, Galactic Sleep Pods and Ice Beds - are fireproof. You can throw Fire Bomb at them or place them into liquid Lava and they won't burn away.
Beds can even be used while surrounded by Lava, but the player character might get burned right after getting up; the same goes for Corrupted Water that can hurt player characters with Corruption damage over time after leaving the Bed.
It is not advised to use a Bed under water or emerged in any other kind of liquid. Your player character might be displayed sleeping hovering over the surface of the liquid in this case, but could then be hurled to the top layer of the world high up in the sky upon awakening, or could get stuck in the ceiling of a Cave if you made your player character lie down on a Bed underwater underground.
Rarely, a bug can occur that will not let the player character wake up automatically after day or night has been cut short. In this case, simply using the "walk forward" key ("W" by default) will let the player character leave the Bed immediately, exactly the same as when getting up from a chair.
Also very rarely, a bug might displace sleeping characters so that they will protrude beyond a Bed with their upper or lower body, only lying on it with their other half.
Since update R32 you won't need to equip any Power Cells to pick up Beds that have been placed into the world. Of course you won't be able to take objects on claims, in Adventures or on game worlds of other players where your permission rank is set low.
Patch-notes for update R19 on July 8th 2015:
- Interact with a bed to sleep and advance time to dawn or dusk.
- All players in a world must sleep at the same time to advance time.
- NOTE: beds placed in an old world created before July 2015 must be pulled up and replaced before you will be able to interact with them.
Before the "Welcome Update" R43 on May 24th 2017, basic Beds used to have yellow bedsheets and such looked exactly like Yellow Beds.