As you get further into Spiritfarer, you’ll need to track down rarer and rarer materials in order to upgrade your Spirits’ houses and advance their questlines. Sheet materials in particular can be a hassle to figure out how to obtain, which is why we’re here to walk you through how to get the Clear Glass Sheet in Spiritfarer.
How to Get the Clear Glass Sheet in Spiritfarer
To get the Clear Glass Sheet in Spiritfarer, you’ll first need to build a Smithy.
Available after purchasing the final Blueprint Stand upgrade from Albert at the Shipyard, this facility allows you to mix and melt down different ores and substances. They’ll then be used to create metal plates, glass sheets and other materials for constructing and improving buildings on your ship.
Constructing the last upgrade for the Blueprint Stand isn’t too hard to do either. You’ll need 10 Silica Powder and 10 Zinc Ingots, which can both be obtained by exploring areas made available with the Rock Crusher ship upgrade or using the Crusher facility.
Once you have the necessary upgrade, go to your Ship’s Blueprint Stand and select the Smithy option. It’ll cost you 12 Silica Powder, 5 Comet Powder, 5 Pulsar Ingots and 12 Ash Planks to construct. Again, most all of these materials will be available in areas opened up via the Rock Crusher ship upgrade and by using the Crusher facility to make powder.
From there, you’ll be able to make Clear Glass Sheet by combining 1 Lime Powder and 1 Silica Powder.
What Glass Sheets Are Used for
As for what you can use a Clear Glass Sheet for in Spiritfarer, it’s typically used in upgrading your Spirits’ houses.
Especially in the later stages of the game, you’ll need a Clear Glass Sheet or two to upgrade your Spirits’ houses and progress their questlines. It shouldn’t be too difficult to get all of the necessary sheets in a small time frame though, as their construction time is brief and doesn’t cost many resources.