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Terracotta Planter painted Chocolate/Navy Blue

Basic Information[edit | edit source]

Terracotta Planters are display items that are part of the Precious Planters Bundle. They look like small round clay flowerpots with a low profile.

These display containers have 1 slot that can be "filled" with any placeable items, Mob Summoners, some mob drops like Arcstones and Pigsy Droppings, Explosives, Extractors, Food or Weapons, and will then display these in a reduced size as if they were growing inside the planter. Objects placed in/on display containers cannot be activated/deactivated, rotated, inscripted or transformed in any way.

How to obtain[edit | edit source]

Terracotta Planters 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 by buying the Precious Planters Bundle from the Store.

Like all other placeable items, you can also obtain Terracotta Planters by buying a building kit for a Blueprint that contains Terracotta Planters.

How to unlock the crafting recipe[edit | edit source]

The crafting recipe for the Terracotta Planter can be unlocked by buying the Precious Planters Bundle from the Store. There is no other way to obtain the recipe.

How to craft[edit | edit source]

To craft 4 Terracotta Planters, you'll need:

How to use[edit | edit source]

To use Terracotta Planters, place them into the game world and interact with them (use right-click or "F" as the default key) while pointing at them with your cursor.

Terracotta Planters can be fully rotated into all directions, even after being "filled" with items, by pressing and holding R and then pointing the mouse cursor at the block and moving the mouse while holding the left mouse button.

The chosen rotation angle can be "locked" too by simply typing "r" while looking at an already rotated object or block; then all items of the same stack in the selected quickslot will automatically be facing the same direction when being placed.

When Terracotta Planters are activated (default key is "f" while looking at a Terracotta Planter with your cursor), a small storage window with 1 slot will open.

After activating a Terracotta Planter, the inventory window of your player character on the left side will temporarily be replaced with a list of items that can be transferred to the slot of the Terracotta Planter so that they will then be displayed as if they were growing inside the planter.

You can now put any placeable items, Mob Summoners, some mob drops like Arcstones and Pigsy Droppings, Explosives, Extractors, Food or Weapons into the 1 slot slots of the Placemat from your inventory by dragging & dropping with your left mouse-button or right-clicking on them in your inventory one after another. Usually only 1 item can be transferred, and it is not recommended to override this game mechanics to put more items into the slot of Terracotta Planters if you don't want to risk losing them.

Like most other placeable blocks, Terracotta Planters can be painted, with the primary color influencing the color of the sides of the planter, and the secondary color influencing the color of the bottom of the planter. They can also be put into displays, where they will be shown at a reduced size.

Terracotta Planters cannot be picked up as long as anything is stored in their slot. After emptying Terracotta Planters that have been placed into the game world, you can pull and take the Terracotta Planters without requiring any Power Cell (Mining Cell) to do so.

Of course you won't be able to pick up such objects on game worlds, on player claims or in Adventures where your Permission rank is not sufficient (mainly when you are merely a visitor), which can only be changed by the owner of the game world, claim owner or Adventure creator.

How to change the settings of Terracotta Planters[edit source]

When activating a Terracotta Planter, you can change some settings by clicking on the icons over the inventory (and settings) window that will open:

  • Edit Button.png click on this icon to rename a Terracotta Planter with another description up to 30 characters long. The new label will replace the word "Terracotta Planter" that is displayed by default when pointing at the display container with the cursor. Picking it up will reset its name to the default again though
  • Access Control Lock.png click on this icon in order to change the permission setting of a Terracotta Planter so that only players with this specific or an even higher permission rank than this defined permission level can change the settings of this Terracotta Planter or might even be allowed to take this display container

Renaming Terracotta Planters[edit source]

You can name Terracotta Planters like any other storage container by activating them and then clicking on the icon that looks like a square (note) with a "pen" in the top right corner. You can type up to 30 characters into the labelling array (and confirm this with "enter"/"return"), and this name/label will then be displayed instead of "Terracotta Planter" when pointing the cursor at it.

Setting permissions for Terracotta Planters[edit source]

You can change the Permission settings for each Terracotta Planter by clicking on the padlock icon shown in the top right corner after activating the Terracotta Planter. Here you can define who will be permitted access to this Terracotta Planter (and its contents).

To be precise, you can set this Terracotta Planter to a minimum permission level that must be met or outranked by players in order to change the content and/or settings of the Terracotta Planter and even take the Terracotta Planter itself.

Available world permission-settings: "just me", "world owner/admins", "world mods", "builders" or "everyone". On player claims the available settings are "just me", "claim admins", "claim interact only", "claim builders" and "everyone".

Since update R40, all storage containers and activatable objects like Terracotta Planters are now set to "builders" by default when these objects are placed into a game world, and to "claim builders" when the objects have been placed within a player claim.

This means that players with builder "rights" (aka permission rank) or higher (mod, admin, owner) either on your claim (claim permission ranks override world permission ranks) or game world can access your Terracotta Planters and take items from it or even pick up the Terracotta Planters themselves.

If you set the permission level of the Terracotta Planter to "visitor", every player on the game world can access the Terracotta Planter and can even carry it off. Higher permission levels like "world/claim admins/mods" or "just me" will prevent this.

A special permission rank "claim interacts only", which is solely available on player claims, will allow players with this exact same permission rank (that you can provide to visitors of your claim if you choose to) to take items from a Terracotta Planter, but not to take the Terracotta Planter itself.

Transfer History[edit source]

By hovering your crosshair cursor over the magnifying glass icon in the top right corner after activating the Terracotta Planter (with right-click or "f" as the default key) you can view a "Transfer History" that lists the (up to) last 5 filling procedures and last 5 removal actions with the according player names and the time of their access to the Terracotta Planter.

Displays and Blueprints[edit source]

When capturing a Blueprint, Terracotta Planters as well as all other displaying objects can be captured with all their items "inside".

When players build this Blueprint and place the display container accordingly, all the items that have been put in the display containers by the creator of the Blueprint will be displayed automatically without having to be put in.

However, these displayed items will merely be "ghost images". It will only look like these items are in the container, but they are actually not. When activating such a display container, you can see that the items in the slots look different too (have a red padlock in the upper left corner and slightly greyed out) in order to indicate these ghost images.

You cannot take such "ghost items" out of the displaying object, and if you replace them with actual items to your own liking, the Blueprinted "ghosts" will vanish and won't automatically resurface if you take the actual item/s out of the concerned display slot/s again.

This has been designed by Playful in order to let players share the "look" of special items with other players so that the players building the Blueprint won't have to provide these items themselves, but can use them as decoration.

Displays and Paint[edit source]

When painting a Terracotta Planter, you can choose whether the paint will affect the objects inside it by checking or unchecking the Color items option in the container UI. Note that you might have to leave the area/re-enter the world to have paint changes made after putting objects into the container take effect.

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