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Basic Information Edit

Tradeable Recipe pages and Recipe books can be obtained in different ways in Creativerse. Some of these rare Recipes look like Books, while others look like Scrolls ("Recipe Pages") or slightly crumpled Sheets of Paper (also called "Recipe Pages"). While their look has indicated their rarity level during Early Access (Recipe Books being the most rare type), this is no longer the case.

These Recipes can be learnt and such be permanently added to the crafting menu, available on all worlds. They are not for single use only.

Since update R50 rare Recipes now have a check mark added to their top left corner as soon as you have learnt one of them once and can already find them in your crafting menu (to be opened by typing "Q" as the default key).

The small icon on the recipe in the bottom right corner is a preview of the block or item that can be crafted after this recipe has been learnt. The numbers in the right bottom corner simply indicate the amount of recipes that the stack consist of, just like with most other items.

Crafting Recipe variants Edit

In Creativerse different types of crafting recipes exist:

  • common crafting recipes that are part of the Crafting Menu (to be opened with the default key "Q") and greyed out until they are unlocked by collecting specific materials and crafting certain items
  • 4 crafting recipes for the Cooking Station, one of which (Soup) is already unlocked when crafting and placing the Cooking Station
  • Store-exclusive crafting recipes to be bought in Recipe Packs for Coins that are to be paid with real money via Store and Steam Wallet ("Coins" TAB of the Store)
  • event-themed Recipe pages and Recipe books that can be found or traded from NPCs on game world only for a limited timespan each around seasonal festivities like Halloween or Christmas. Surplus Recipes of this type can be collected and then given to other players, but only when meeting on the game world of the collector
  • non-tradeable event-themed Recipes that can only be claimed during the according event times, like Pumpkiru's Community Candy Campaign or Elfi's Community Toy Drive. During community events, certain actions of each Creativerse player are counted on a slider and will unlock rewards as soon as specific numbers are reached. These rewards can then be claimed by all players when clicking on the according reward icon in the game main menu or alternatively ingame, but only during event times. No surplus Recipe pages or Recipe books can be claimed or obtained
  • many rare Recipes that can be obtained with a bit of luck from randomly spawning Treasure Chests and/or certain from Creatures on all Creativerse game worlds
  • please note that many pre-machined crafting materials and blocks (like Columns, Bars, transparent Glass, Slabs, Rods, Pigment etc.) can be produced in the Processor or in the Forge without requiring any crafting recipes to be unlocked or used
  • some more blocks and materials can be created by using the Plow on certain natural blocks like Wood or Leaves, additionally to using the Plow on Dirt, Grass or Mud to create tilled land to grow Crops. Using the Plow also does not require any crafting recipe

This article is mainly about rare crafting Recipes that players can collect from Treasure Chests and/or Creatures and can also share (especially surplus duplicates that have been found) with other players.

This includes some, but not all, temporarily available event Recipes (to be found further below).

After learning ("consuming") such rare Recipes with right click on the recipe book or recipe page in the inventory, they will be permanently added to your Crafting Menu and will then be available on all Creativerse game worlds, even if the world option "world bound recipes" is enabled.

How to obtain Edit

Currently many of these rare Recipes can be found in Treasure Chests.

However some recipes can only be found in either low-tier Treasure Chests like Wood Treasure Chests, Stone Treasure Chests or Obsidian Treasure Chests - and others only in high-tier Treasure Chests, which means Iron Treasure Chests (that spawn on blocks of the Lava layer in darkness) or Diamond Treasure Chests (that spawn on Corrupted Blocks in darkness).

Since update R48, rare Recipes have become more common in Treasure Chests, especially in Wood Treasure Chests. While finding only one rare Recipe was once a 5 to 10 percent chance, you can now even find two rare Recipes at a time very often, sometimes even three rare Recipes.

Creatures also will provide you with rare Recipes now and then, especially Things and Keepas of any kind. These Creatures can carry many different Recipes with them. If you tame them, feed them and then harvest from them, you might receive less items all in all, but in time you can collect many crafting rare Recipes in a very easy way by that.

The rare crafting Recipe for the Super Extractor can solely be obtained from the very dangerous Things that spawn on Corrupted Blocks in darkness (during day and night).

A few rare Recipes (Banded Weathered Wood Walls, Barred Wood Windows and Weathered Wood Walls) can currently be obtained from Creatures living in Canyons Biomes, namely Trogs, Dustevils and Dried Leafies - additional to finding them in low tier Treasure Chests occasionally as well.

All but one rare Recipe (the Super Extractor as mentioned above) can be obtained both from Treasure Chests and also from Creatures (mainly from Keepas, Silver Keepas, Golden Keepas and Things).

Some special rare Recipes can only be found during event times in special containers that will only spawn during one month. During Pumpkiru's Candy Campaign, the first NPCs were introduced to the game and offered event-themed treasure chests with random content to players, to be "paid" with Pumpkiru Candy. During Elfi's Toy Drive, spawning Elfis directly offer a list of Christmas-themed recipes to be paid with Rescued Toys. Usually, surplus Recipes can be obtained from these NPCs too and then stored away to be given to other players later on.

Currently it's also possible to learn rare Recipes - however none of the spare event-specific Recipes - in player Adventures if the Adventure creator has put duplicates of rare Recipes in a storage that you can access during the Adventure. Event Recipes have been tradeable via Adventures before, but this is no longer possible.

How to learn rare Recipes Edit

You can learn all of the rare crafting Recipes that you can find either by clicking on their icon in your inventory/bag with the right mouse button (by default) or by dragging them from the inventory over your player-character's model to the right side of the inventory, exactly like consuming Food or Mushrooms.

Then the crafting Recipe will vanish from your inventory and a message will appear telling you that you have successfully learnt this rare Recipe.

If you already know that specific crafting recipe, the rare Recipe will not be used up and you will receive a message informing you that you already know this crafting recipe.

You can then just store all the duplicates you can collect and can give it to other players who don't know this crafting recipe yet. Recipes can't be put into any quickslots and cannot be placed into the world, but they can be stored in any storage item like chests and also given to other players by dropping a player bag from your inventory.

Be careful though: if nobody picks up the player bag and everyone leaves the area, the player bag will vanish like any full or only half-looted loot bag that are dropped from Creatures.

Rare Recipes (and Store-bought Recipes) are not world bound Edit

All of the rare Recipes that you have learnt will "carry over" to new/other game-worlds in your Crafting Menu just like all the recipes you have bought from the Store.

This applies even to game-worlds where the game-world option "world bound recipes" is enabled in your Crafting Menu (so all common crafting recipes will have to be unlocked again on such game-worlds). When starting to play on a new game-world, all the rare Recipes plus all Store-bought crafting Recipes will be available in your Crafting Menu right from the start there. Only players who have bought or obtained the "Pro" DLC can disable this game-world option for their own worlds.

High-tier Recipes and low-tier Recipes Edit

Low-tier recipes are those that can most often be discovered in low-tier chests like Wood Treasure Chests, Stone Treasure Chests and Obsidian Treasure Chests, while high-tier recipes can only be found in high-tier Treasure Chests like Iron Treasure Chests and Diamond Treasure Chests.

Despite these classifications that were invented during early Creativerse days, low-tier recipes do not have a higher chance to appear as a finding or drop in Creativerse, and high-tier recipes cannot be found less often.

In actual fact, some high-tier recipes have a significantly higher chance of appearing in high-tier Treasure Chests than others and can often additionally being dropped/pet-harvested from Creatures like Things, Silver Keepas or Golden Keepas. Several rare recipes can be obtained from ordinary blue Keepas too, however mainly as a pet-harvest and only rarely.

Only a few low-tier recipes are a lot more common than others because they cannot only appear in Wood Treasure Chests, but can also occasionally be dropped/pet-harvested from Creatures like Trogs, Dried Leafies and Dustevils (like Weathered Wood Wall, Banded Weathered Wood Wall, Barred Wood Window).

Things will often drop a lot of rare Recipes, and also provide players with some rare Recipes when they are Pets and have been fed their favorite Food. So you can easily collect a much larger number of high-tier recipes duplicates like for Beacons or Adobe Blocks after you have tamed a Thing and harvest from it regularly, while you might otherwise need to search for a long time for low-tier rare recipes like for colored Beds or "decorative" Walls/Floors.

Please note that Pets will always only provide you with their best harvest if you feed them their exact type of favorite Food. If the Pet prefers common Sandwiches for example, but you feed them Turnip Sandwiches, their harvest will be of lower quality and smaller amount. Even if you feed a modest Pet another Food type of a higher "quality", the Pet will still provide you with a less interesting harvest, since it's not its favorite fodder.

"Farming" rare Recipes Edit

To make specific Treasure Chests and/or Creatures that carry rare Recipes appear, you can create artificial Biomes on the surface of the world, underground or even in the sky using natural blocks that chests and/or the Creatures you are searching for will usually spawn on - to "farm" them then.

Note that only one or two chests will spawn (but not every time!) as soon as you arrive at these arenas. Chests will only spawn in darkness, and most often at nightfall, so using a Bed to skip the day is recommended. Leaving the area can make Treasure Chests despawn that have already popped up, and revisiting areas more than once within the same night will most likely not make new chests spawn with each revisit.

List of currently known rare Recipes Edit

  1. Banded Weathered Wood Wall (from low-tier Treasure Chests or Canyon Creatures)
  2. Barred Wood Window (from low-tier Treasure Chests or Canyon Creatures)
  3. Blue Adobe Floor (often found in high-tier Treasure Chests or dropped/pet-harvested from Things and rarely from Keepas)
  4. Blue Adobe Roof (often found in high-tier Treasure Chests or dropped/pet-harvested from Things and rarely from Keepas)
  5. Blue Adobe Wall (often found in high-tier Treasure Chests or dropped/pet-harvested from Things and rarely from Keepas)
  6. Blue Bed (rarely found in low-tier Treasure Chests)
  7. Blue Mosaic Tile Wall (from high-tier Treasure Chests or Things and rarely from Keepas)
  8. Cobblestone (can be found in low-tier Treasure Chests)
  9. Dark Lumite Wall (really rare, from high-tier Treasure Chests or Things and rarely from Keepas)
  10. Decorative Stone Floor (rarely found in low-tier Treasure Chests)
  11. Decorative Stone Path (rarely found in low-tier Treasure Chests)
  12. Decorative Wood Floor (rarely found in low-tier Treasure Chests)
  13. Decorative Wood Wall (rarely found in low-tier Treasure Chests)
  14. Hardened Lava Wall (from high-tier Treasure Chests or Things and rarely from Keepas)
  15. Light Lumite Wall (really rare, from high-tier Treasure Chests or Things and rarely from Keepas)
  16. Mossy Cobblestone (rarely found in low-tier Treasure Chests)
  17. Red Adobe Floor (often found in high-tier Treasure Chests or dropped/pet-harvested from Things and rarely from Keepas)
  18. Red Adobe Roof (often found in high-tier Treasure Chests or dropped/pet-harvested from Things and rarely from Keepas)
  19. Red Adobe Wall (often found in high-tier Treasure Chests or dropped/pet-harvested from Things and rarely from Keepas)
  20. Red Bed (rarely found in low-tier Treasure Chests)
  21. Red Mosaic Tile Wall (from high-tier Treasure Chests or Things and rarely from Keepas)
  22. Sand Castle Wall (found in low-tier Treasure Chests)
  23. Smooth Sandstone (found in low-tier Treasure Chests)
  24. Stone Path (rarely found in low-tier Treasure Chests)
  25. Weathered Wood Wall (from low-tier Treasure Chests or Canyon Creatures)
  26. Yellow Adobe Floor (often found in high-tier Treasure Chests or dropped/pet-harvested from Things and rarely from Keepas)
  27. Yellow Adobe Roof (often found in high-tier Treasure Chests or dropped/pet-harvested from Things and rarely from Keepas)
  28. Yellow Adobe Wall (often found in high-tier Treasure Chests or dropped/pet-harvested from Things and rarely from Keepas)
  29. Yellow Mosaic Tile Wall (from high-tier Treasure Chests or Things and rarely from Keepas)
  30. Grumm's Temple Garden (from high-tier Treasure Chests or Things and rarely from Keepas)
  31. Yellow Beacon (from high-tier Treasure Chests or Things and rarely from Keepas)
  32. Red Beacon (from high-tier Treasure Chests or Things and rarely from Keepas)
  33. Blue Beacon (from high-tier Treasure Chests or Things and rarely from Keepas)
  34. Yellow Bed (rarely found in low-tier Treasure Chests)
  35. Super Extractor (a rare recipe that is solely available from the Thing as a drop or pet-harvest)
  36. Fire Pit (has become a common unlockable crafting recipe at the end of 2016)
  37. Charged Wood Mining Cell (has been taken out of the game in early spring 2017)

Event-themed Recipes Edit

Before update R46 was introduced to Creativerse on September 6th 2017, players could learn event-themed rare Recipes from spare Recipe Books and Recipe Pages that other players would make available within Adventures. Since update R46 this is no longer possible.

Tradeable rare Recipes that have been collected during events can still be shared with other players by visiting the game worlds where players have been able to store surplus duplicates of these Recipes that they have saved there. Learning this recipes will consume the tradeable recipe page or recipe book (it will vanish), but the recipe will be permanently added to the crafting menu of the player character that has learnt the Recipe.

Halloween 2017 Edit

During the event Pumpkiru's Candy Campaign in Oktober to November 2017, players were able to collect Halloween-themed recipes from Pumpkiru's King Treasure chest that they could trade from The Great Pumpkiru or Pumpkiru Jr. for Pumpkiru Candy. Pumpkiru Candy could be collected by hunting Ghost Creatures during the night or by placing Haunted Idols (obtained from free Idol Login Chests during Halloween event times), or Infused Haunted Idols or Unleashed Haunted Idols that would initiate combat events.

  1. Haunted Fireworks
  2. Flaming Skull
  3. Vlad-a-Rang
  4. Scare Flare
  5. Haunted Floor (same recipe as 2016)
  6. Haunted Stairs (same recipe as 2016)
  7. Haunted Roof (same recipe as 2016)
  8. Carpeted Haunted Stairs (same recipe as 2016)
  9. Haunted Wall (same recipe as 2016)
  10. Haunted Stone Wall (same recipe as 2016)
  11. Candy Skull Banner (same recipe as 2016)
  12. Candy Skull Statue (same recipe as 2016)
  13. Haunted Door (same recipe as 2016)
  14. Haunted Gravestone (same recipe as 2016)
  15. Haunted Pumpkin (same recipe as 2016)

Players can still give these Recipes to other players if they have surplus duplicates stored on their game worlds.

Non-tradeable rare Recipes obtainable during the Halloween event 2017 Edit

After the Candy Thief Reward was unlocked during the Pumpkiru's Community Candy Campaign, players could obtain one more crafting Recipe for a Halloween-themed storage chest by clicking on the left/first pumpkin icon on the slider for this event (either on the main game screen or ingame above the opened inventory window) and claiming the Candy Thief Reward item bundle, containing the crafting recipe for:

1. Pumpkin Chest

After the Candy Thief Accolade was unlocked during the Pumpkiru's Community Candy Campaign, players could obtain one more crafting Recipe for a Halloween-themed storage chest by clicking on the middle/second pumpkin icon on the slider for this event (either on the main game screen or ingame above the opened inventory window) and claiming the Candy Thief Accolade item bundle, containing the crafting recipe for:

2. Royal Pumpkin Chest

After the Ultimate Candy Thief Bounty was unlocked during the Pumpkiru's Community Candy Campaign, players could obtain several more rare crafting Recipes by clicking on the right/third pumpkin icon on the slider for this event (either on the main game screen or ingame above the opened inventory window) and claiming the Ultimate Candy Thief Bounty item bundle.

The Ultimate Candy Thief Bounty contained the following rare Halloween-themed crafting Recipes:

3. Pumpkiru's King Chest

4. Candy Skull Candles

5. Blue Candy Skull Candle

6. Red Candy Skull Candle

7. Yellow Candy Skull Candle

8. Candy Skull Banner

9. Candy Skull Statue

Please note that these 9 rewards for Pumpkiru's Community Candy Campaign did not provide players with any tradeable rare Recipes, so they cannot be shared with other players. If you have missed the Halloween event 2017, then you will most likely be able to claim these rewards during the Halloween event 2018, maybe even sooner if Playful should decide so.

Halloween 2016 Edit

During Haunted Nights around Halloween Ghost Creatures appeared in the night and when killed (they cannot be tamed), they dropped Halloween-themed crafted blocks and items, however more rarely they also dropped these rare recipes:

  1. Haunted Floor
  2. Haunted Stairs
  3. Haunted Roof
  4. Carpeted Haunted Stairs
  5. Haunted Wall
  6. Haunted Stone Wall
  7. Haunted Door
  8. Haunted Gravestone
  9. Haunted Pumpkin

Players can still give these Recipes to other players if they have surplus duplicates stored on their game worlds.

Christmas 2015 and 2016 Edit

Holiday Gifts could be found during Christmas season 2015 and 2016 and would often provide players with Christmas-themed crafted blocks and items, however they would more rarely also contain these rare Recipes::

  1. Green Holiday Light
  2. Red Holiday Light 
  3. Yellow Holiday Light
  4. Blue Holiday Light
  5. Candy Cane Wall
  6. Gingerbread Wall
  7. Brick Gingerbread Wall
  8. Tiled Gingerbread Wall
  9. Swirl Gingerbread Wall
  10. Gingerbread Window
  11. Gingerbread Roof
  12. Green Gift Box
  13. Blue Gift Box
  14. Red Gift Box

Added with update R37:

  1. Candy Cane Fence
  2. Candy Cane Gate
  3. Gingerbread Chimney
  4. Wafer Gingerbread Roof
  5. Gingerbread Stairs
  6. Gingerbread Door

Players can still give these Recipes to other players if they have surplus duplicates stored on their game worlds.

Christmas 2017 Edit

During Elfi's Toy Drive starting on December 13th 2017, spawning Elfis will offer a list of rare Recipes that player can "buy" by trading in Rescued Toys.

These toys can be collected from Holiday Gifts that randomly spawn during day and night on blocks of Snow and Ice.

More of these toys can be obtained by successfully completing events that can be immediately started by placing Trog Traps - either Small Trog Traps (that can be collected from free daily Trog Trap Login Chests), Medium Trog Traps (that can be bought in the Store for Coins or can be collected as part of the rewards for completed challenges that were initiated by placing Small Trog Traps) or Large Trog Traps (that can be bought in the Store for Coins or can be collected as part of the rewards for completed challenges that were initiated by placing Medium Trog Traps).

  1. Blizzard Bomb (new recipe only available since 2017) for 1000 Rescued Toys
  2. Shur-Ice-n (new recipe only available since 2017) for 1000 Rescued Toys
  3. Holiday Decorative Tree (new recipe only available since 2017) for 500 Rescued Toys
  4. Green Holiday Light (same recipe as 2016) for 100 Rescued Toys
  5. Red Holiday Light (same recipe as 2016) for 100 Rescued Toys
  6. Yellow Holiday Light (same recipe as 2016) for 100 Rescued Toys
  7. Blue Holiday Light (same recipe as 2016) for 100 Rescued Toys
  8. Candy Cane Wall (same recipe as 2016) for 100 Rescued Toys
  9. Gingerbread Wall (same recipe as 2016) for 100 Rescued Toys
  10. Brick Gingerbread Wall (same recipe as 2016) for 100 Rescued Toys
  11. Tiled Gingerbread Wall (same recipe as 2016) for 100 Rescued Toys
  12. Swirl Gingerbread Wall (same recipe as 2016) for 100 Rescued Toys
  13. Gingerbread Window (same recipe as 2016) for 100 Rescued Toys
  14. Gingerbread Roof (same recipe as 2016) for 100 Rescued Toys
  15. Green Gift Box (same recipe as 2016) for 100 Rescued Toys
  16. Blue Gift Box (same recipe as 2016) for 100 Rescued Toys
  17. Red Gift Box (same recipe as 2016) for 100 Rescued Toys
  18. Candy Cane Fence (same recipe as 2016) for 100 Rescued Toys
  19. Candy Cane Gate (same recipe as 2016) for 100 Rescued Toys
  20. Gingerbread Chimney (same recipe as 2016) for 100 Rescued Toys
  21. Wafer Gingerbread Roof (same recipe as 2016) for 100 Rescued Toys
  22. Gingerbread Stairs (same recipe as 2016) for 100 Rescued Toys
  23. Gingerbread Door (same recipe as 2016) for 100 Rescued Toys

Players can give these Recipes to other players if they "bought" surplus duplicates and stored them on their game worlds.

Non-tradeable rare Recipes obtainable during the Halloween event 2017 Edit

After the Ice Box Bundle was unlocked during the event Elfi's Toy Drive as a part of Elfi's Community Toy Drive, players could obtain one more crafting Recipe for a Christmas-themed display container (not a storage chest!) by clicking on the left/first gift box icon on the slider for this event (either on the main game screen or ingame above the opened inventory window) and claiming the Ice Box Bundle item bundle, containing the crafting recipe for:

1. Frozen Container

After the Merry Music Bundle will be unlocked during the event Elfi's Toy Drive as a part of Elfi's Community Toy Drive, players can obtain one more crafting Recipe for the first sound-producing (and nicely animated) decorative object in Creativerse by clicking on the middle/second gift boxes icon on the slider for this event (either on the main game screen or ingame above the opened inventory window) and claiming the Merry Music Bundle item bundle, containing the crafting recipe for:

2. Holiday Music Box

After the Snowball Turret Bundle will be unlocked during the event Elfi's Toy Drive as a part of Elfi's Community Toy Drive, players can obtain one more crafting Recipe for two items in Creativerse by clicking on the right/third gift boxes icon on the slider for this event (either on the main game screen or ingame above the opened inventory window) and claiming the Snowball Turret Bundle item bundle, containing the crafting recipes for:

3. New Years Fireworks, and

4. Snowball Turret

Please note that these 4 rewards for Elfi's Community Toy Drive do and will not provide players with any tradeable rare Recipes, so they cannot be shared with other players. If you miss the Christmas event 2017, then you will most likely be able to claim these rewards during the Christmas event 2018, maybe even sooner if Playful should decide so.