Blood Stone is an uncommon raw material used in crafting.

Obtaining Edit

Blood Stone are obtained by quarrying large rocks (requires Iron Pickaxe or higher). Though large rocks initially require an Iron Pickaxe to mine, after gaining a high enough attack stat, large rocks can be mined with even a basic Pickaxe. (Tested with a character as low as lv34 with 169 attack.)

Blood Stone is commonly dropped by the Hermit Snaillob.

Three Blood Stones can also be found in some treasure chests in Portia.

Blood Stone is also given as a reward for completing level 2 of the Sewage Plant ruin.

Usage Edit

Blood Stone is used in crafting refined materials on the Worktable. It can also be gifted.


Blood Stone is a required ingredient when crafting the following items:

Level 2 WorktableLevel 2 Worktable Level 2 Worktable
Item Tab Materials
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Blood Stone
Blood Stone
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Blood Stone
Blood Stone
10 Stone
Materials are at the base cost without the Artisan skill, which reduces the material cost when crafting on the Worktable.


Blood Stone can be given as a gift to other characters.

Social gift Gifting Characters
30?cb=20190209234330Mount Happy
Like: +8
30?cb=20190209234606Mount Neutral
Neutral: +1
50?cb=20171225161938Prompt cityEveryone Else
30?cb=20190209234606Mount Neutral
Neutral: 0
30?cb=20190209234621Mount Unhappy
Dislike: -2
Listed values are without The Giver skill, which gives an extra point.

Gift values displayed on this chart are for the PC release of My Time at Portia and may not apply to the console releases.


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