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The Earth Stone (in-game name Tannerkivi) is an Inventory item. It turns nearby solid materials into Soil when held and causes the player's kicks to create a miniature earthquake around them.

Obtaining[]

Tannerkivi spawns in the world in a similar way to Kiuaskivi or Ukkoskivi, sometimes appearing on item pedestals.

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A Tannerkivi can be reliably obtained by picking up the Essence of Earth and removing it via the Essence Eater. Probably the easist elemental stone to get. It can even be obtained with only the initial wand.

A Tannerkivi can be reliably obtained by picking up the Essence of Earth and removing it via the Essence Eater. Probably the easist elemental stone to get. It can even be obtained with only the initial wand.

A Tannerkivi can be reliably obtained by picking up the Essence of Earth and removing it via the Essence Eater. Probably the easist elemental stone to get. It can even be obtained with only the initial wand.


Notes[]

  • The Tannerkivi does not fill a solid area with soil, but rather converts solids in a ring around itself into soil.
  • It bears the alchemical rune for earth.
  • The Tannerkivi creates a small red glow around the player when in the inventory

Tips[]

  • This item can be extremely helpful for digging, as it can turn tougher and harder materials into soil which you can easily dig through. Personal Plasma Beam or Paha Silmä is useful.
  • Kicking becomes extremely dangerous, as the earthquake happens even if it's not being held.
  • The falling rigid body debris from any caused earthquake can be safely converted into loose soil if the item is held and the debris contacts the conversion ring. Debris within the ring will not be converted. This can speed up digging efforts and reduce the danger from debris. You can however inadvertently bury yourself in the falling soil.
  • The "soilification" can also be dangerous, as it causes nearby explosive canisters and barrels to also turn into soil and detonate.
  • The gods do not appreciate holy ground being transmuted to soil.
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