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Graveyard Keeper: How to Get Water


Graveyard Keeper: How to Get Water

How to Get Water in Graveyard Keeper

Graveyard Keeper is a fun time for people that are looking for a whole new twist on the genre trail blazed by Harvest Moon, Story of Seasons, and Stardew Valley. Instead of it being entirely a cute little village, though, you’re dealing with some pretty messed up stuff. But what’s not messed up is water! Here’s how to get water in Graveyard Keeper. That sweet, sweet, H20. You won’t be drinking it up here, though!

Among the different, varying tools that you’ll start up the game with, there will be a bucket. You need to make sure you look through the trunks and chests available to you right from the start to get your tools. What do you use this bucket for, though, you may ask? For gathering up water, of course! If you’ve noticed the well outside of your home, then you’re already ahead of the game.

Use the empty bucket on that well and you’ll get yourself a bucket of water. Extremely simple, right?

It’s an ingredient in a ton of crafting recipes, so it’s pretty useful that it’s so readily available. You’re going to mostly be using it in alchemy, provided you want to get into that skill tree and work through the different recipes.

Oh, and of course, it’s also very commonly used in cooking! Yeah, you’re definitely going to want to keep a supply of these buckets of water around.

That’s all there is to getting water in Graveyard Keeper. If you need more help with the game, I recommend you drop us a question in the comments down below. We’ll do our best to help you out with your issue. If you’d rather find it yourself (because you’re strong and independent), use our search bar at the top of the site to look for an appropriate guide. We write a ton of them.

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