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Please note that you can only buy block kits for Coins available through the Store for real money via Steam Wallet for all Blueprints that Playful offers. These block kits will then contain all the up to many thousands of blocks and items necessary to build the according Blueprint from scratch to finish. Cornerstones do not have to be crafted any longer since update R45 in July , and such they are also not part of any of the block kits, but have to be claimed separately.
You will need 1 empty slot in your inventory or in your quick bar when buying one kit so it can be sent to you. And another empty slot for the Cornerstone that will produce the actual Blueprint. It can then be placed into the world like any common storage chest. After the kit has been placed, it will look like a stack of crates the size of two blocks in height. You can interact with this kit "f" as the default key or right mouse button and open it like you would open any storage chest. You can take just as many blocks as you want from the kit and use them to build step by step.
You cannot put anything back into the kit though, it's a one-way container. After you've taken all the blocks, the stack of crates will vanish, not leaving anything behind, and you will not receive any crates in the end, just like with Loot Bags or randomly spawning Treasure Chests.
You can always pick up a kit that still has blocks in together with everything it contains though. The kit will only use up 1 slot of your inventory or quick bar again. If you've encountered problems with vanishing blocks usually they aren't loaded correctly from the server in some cases in your game world, it might be a good idea to pick up the kit and place it into your inventory or any quickslot before logging out - just to be on the safe side.
Since update R46 in September you can now buy building kits that can only contain placeable objects, blocks, liquids, but no crafting recipes, animal material and the like for all Blueprints, no matter if made by Playful, by other players or by you. This also applies to customized blueprints with any type of placeable items that you choose yourself.
Some Blueprints are made from Store-exclusive blocks and objects - if you buy the building kits for these Blueprints, you will receive all the crafted blocks and objects, but not any crafting recipes for these. Instead you can get any type of placeable resources, crafted blocks and crafted objects that you want by simply customizing any blueprint. To get specific amounts of stuff, you should best create your own blueprint for this - you can simply capture natural structures for this too, and you do not even have to publish your blueprints.
This works with everything that can be placed into the world, including liquids, seeds and saplings. Again, please remember that obtaining the blocks will not teach you how to craft them. After saving your customization, you will be offered to buy the kit that you have put together yourself. Take care to exchange all blocks shown in the blueprint with stuff that you want, otherwise you'll get some useless blocks contained in the kit as well.
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The Cornerstone, looking a lot like the Blueprint itself, has to be placed into the game-world by using the quick-bar before you can actually build the house or structure. Since update R26 the Cornerstone will now even send a cyan blue beacon-beam into the sky to make it easier for you to find it and return to it. Please note that you cannot place anything on claims of other players or in game worlds of other players if the owners have set you to "visitor" though.
By interacting with the Cornerstone use the right mouse button or type "f" as the default key , the Cornerstone will then show you the blue outlines of the planned house , so you can see how it will fit onto the ground. You might want to remove all blocks or things like Mushrooms, Shrubs, Rimecones, maybe even whole trees or hills, etc. Once you've chosen and cleared up an area that you deem fitting, please right-click the Cornerstone.
You can change the list to your liking by first clicking the button "Customize" and then dragging alternative blocks from your inventory by holding the left mouse-botton over the respective icons of the materials that you want to have exchanged in the Blueprint window and let go of the left mouse-button while hovering the cursor over the selected icon. Yes, you need to collect "example" blocks in order to customize Blueprints, however don't worry - you will not lose them different from setting teleporter codes when dragging them to the Blueprint window in order to exchange the original suggestions with them.
The "track-"function for Blueprints that you could once enable to then see the required materials listed on your screen while you go gather them just like the tracking function for crafting recipes and that has been a button in the top right corner of the Blueprint window has been removed. Either right-click the Cornerstone or interact with it using the "f"-key default key , then click on the button "no thanks" to start building - or activate it again to customize the suggested blocks and objects. You can customize the Blueprint's originally suggested blocks and objects anytime while building.
With the default burst fill several blocks of the same type will be built with only one right- click.
Whenever you fill in more blocks, even more ghostly suggestions of blocks close to the new ones will start to show up, so in time you will be shown the whole building bit by bit. Blueprints are designed to help friends building large structures together. So you can use any Blueprint as an inspiration and you can change your actual build however you like; skipping some blocks, adding others somewhere else, displacing walls or whole towers, only building small parts of the Blueprints, etc.
Once you're satisfied, no matter if the Blueprint has been "completed" or not, just take the Cornerstone up pulling it with the left mouse button like you take any other block. No Power Cell is required to do so. You can then put the Blueprint into your storage and you can of course reuse it as often as you wish in that same world where you have claimed the Blueprint. Blueprints or rather their Cornerstones can also be traded between players.
Blueprints might include machines with their connections and objects with specific settings - like sign text or lamps turned off or on. Even shelves, placemats and other decorative containers are now captured in Blueprints, together with the items they contained. Very likely you have missed a few blocks or objects in this case. Go and activate the cornerstone by right-clicking on it or typing "f" as the default key when looking at it with the cursor. Objects like Crafting Stations or lamps aren't reduced very much in size, so they're easier to miss than cubic blocks.
It's especially hard to see the outlines of blueprinted glass blocks or the like against the blue sky.
In this case it might help to wait for the night or use a Bed to make night come quickly and perhaps to switch off some lamps right-click on them or type "f" as the default key while looking at them with the cursor. Since update R45 in July you can create your own Blueprints for free in Creativerse, either from your own structures or from buildings that other players permit you to capture you need to have the according permission rank! A Small Capture Block captures all blocks within a range of 15x15x A Medium Capture Block captures all blocks within a range of 31x31x A Large Capture Block captures all blocks within a range of 63x63x If your build is larger than 63x63x63 blocks, you will have to use more than one Large Capture Block in order to capture several parts of your build that you can then let other players put together again elsewhere.
Place the Capture blocks next to each other. Please add to your description how to connect the Cornerstones in the same way as you place your Capture Blocks to create the Blueprint. Uploading a screenshot of this arrangement to the Steam workshop page after you've uploaded your Blueprint will surely be appreciated by the players interested in re-creating your build. The crafting recipes for all 3 types of Capture Blocks are already unlocked when starting the game.
Capture Blocks are devices that will "create" a Blueprint within their outlined area by "capturing" said blocks. They have to be placed not on player claims or gameworlds where your permission rank is low at one side of the structure and can also be rotated "r" as the default key , however only sideways.
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