Where do I dig in Stardew Valley?
One of the easiest places to find Clay is digging sand on the beach. Most times, when you dig it, you’ll get nothing. There fore, try to dig on the Artifact Spots. Artifact Spots in Stardew Valley, are tiles with three moving worms that you see now and then in the dirt or in the sand.
How do you get a Stardew shovel?
There is no shovel in the game and that mound of dirt was just a rock. It doesn’t do anything. The NPC was referring to dig spots. The small black worms in front of me are a dig spot that can be dug with a hoe.
How do you dig for clay in Stardew Valley mines?
Overall, the quickest way to farm clay is by tilling up dirt in the mines. Head to the mines with your hoe and a few bombs and start searching!
Where can I dig for clay in Stardew Valley?
Luckily, the first 30 levels of the mines are the best place to mine for clay, which can also be found inside geodes occasionally. Clay isn’t used in many crafting recipes in Stardew Valley. The most important one is the silo, which calls for 10 clay as well as some stone, copper bars, and gold.