Ever wondered how to make cotton in Little Alchemy 2? Well, wonder no more. You’re about to learn the quick and easy steps to conjure up fluffy white cotton balls in your virtual laboratory. Little Alchemy 2 is the popular world-building game where you start with four basic elements – air, earth, fire and water – and combine them to create over 500 new items. Making cotton requires just a few simple combinations of the basic elements. Before you know it, you’ll have a whole field of the soft, white stuff ready to harvest. So put on your lab coat, fire up the game, and let’s get creating. Cotton isn’t going to make itself! Follow these easy steps and you’ll be well on your way to unlocking new materials and building your own little world.
Gathering the Basic Elements
To make cotton in Little Alchemy 2, you’ll need to start with the basic elements.
First, you’ll want water – one of the four basic elements in the game. Water is essential for growing plants, so make sure you have that.
Next, get earth. Earth, soil, dirt – whatever you want to call it, you’ll need land for your cotton to grow on.
Then you’ll need air. Air, wind, breeze – plants need carbon dioxide to photosynthesize, so make sure there’s air in your little world.
Finally, you need light – sunlight, daylight or light. Plants require light to grow, so this is a must-have.
With the fundamentals of water, earth, air and light, you now have the basic components to make plant life. Next, you’ll want to combine earth and water to get mud. Let that mud sit out in the light and air, and in time, grass will start to grow.
Once you have grass, combine it with light to get weeds. Let those weeds multiply in the mud and eventually, you’ll get bushes. Finally, combine bushes with light to get cotton!
It may take experimenting with different combinations and waiting for the elements to interact, but with patience, you’ll be harvesting cotton in no time. Remember, the key is starting with the basics: water, earth, air and light. From there, let nature do its thing and your little world will be filled with cotton before you know it!
Combining Earth and Water to Make Mud
To make cotton in Little Alchemy 2, you’ll need to start with the basics – earth and water. Combine these two elements to create mud.
Now, let that mud sit and dry out completely. This can take a little time, so have patience. As the mud dries, it will turn into soil.
Once you have soil, you’ll need to plant seeds in it so they can germinate. For cotton, use cotton seeds. Place the seeds in the soil and water them regularly while providing plenty of sunlight.
As the seeds sprout and grow into young cotton plants, continue watering and fertilizing them. Cotton plants need nutrients like nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium to produce cotton bolls.
After a few months, your cotton plants will develop cotton bolls. These bolls contain the fluffy white cotton fibers you’re after. When the bolls open and the cotton is exposed, it’s ready to be harvested.
Pick the cotton bolls right off the plant. Then use a cotton gin or your fingers to separate the cotton fibers from the seeds. Fluff up the fibers and your homemade cotton is ready to be spun into thread or used as stuffing.
With some time and care, you’ll have homemade cotton from the mud you started with. With the four basic elements of earth, air, fire and water combined in the right ways, you can create cotton and so many other materials in Little Alchemy 2. Keep experimenting!
Letting Mud Dry to Produce Dirt
To produce dirt in Little Alchemy 2, you’ll need to let mud dry. Mud is created by combining water and earth. Once you have mud, here’s how to get dirt:
Let the Mud Sit
The most important step is patience. Allow your mud to sit undisturbed so the water can evaporate. This process is known as drying out, dehydrating, or becoming parched.
- Don’t stir the mud or interact with it in any way. Any disruption can slow down or restart the drying time.
- The larger the amount of mud, the longer it will take to dry completely. More mud means more water that needs to evaporate.
- Drying time can vary but usually takes 3 to 5 minutes. Check on your mud periodically but don’t touch it!
Check for Cracks
As the mud dries, you’ll start to notice cracks appearing on the surface. These fissures, crevices and splits indicate the water is evaporating and the mud is hardening. The more cracks you see, the closer it’s getting to becoming dirt.
Test the Consistency
Once several minutes have passed, gently poke the surface of the mud with your finger. If it feels firm, crumbly and not sticky, it has likely dried out enough to produce dirt.
- Dried mud will not cling to your finger and feels gritty or grainy.
- Mud that is still damp will feel sticky, clumpy and moist. If so, let it continue drying.
Create the Dirt
When your mud is dried out, simply click or tap on it to transform it into dirt. Congratulations, you now have the basic element needed to produce plants, clay and other materials in Little Alchemy 2! Letting mud dehydrate into dirt may require patience, but the reward of new discoveries makes it well worth the wait.
Adding Air to Dirt to Create Dust
To make cotton in Little Alchemy 2, you’ll need to start with the basic elements of air and dirt. When you combine these, you’ll get dust. Add a few more ingredients and you’ll have cotton in no time!
Adding Air to Dirt to Create Dust
The first step is creating dust by combining air and dirt. Tap on the air and dirt elements to select them, then drag one over the other to combine them. A puff of dust will appear, letting you know you’ve succeeded.
- Air provides the gaseous component, while dirt offers the tiny solid particles.
- Together, these ingredients make up the fine, dry powder we know as dust.
Now that you have dust, you’re well on your way to creating cotton. Dust is a key precursor for many other elements in Little Alchemy, so it’s a useful one to have in your inventory. Keep experimenting by combining dust with different elements to discover new creations.
Adding Water to Dust to Make Mud
Next, select the water element and combine it with the dust. The water will moisten the dust, transforming it into mud.
- Water mixes with the dust, causing the fine particles to clump together into a thick, wet substance.
- Mud is an essential element for creating organic materials like cotton, so this is an important step.
Adding Air and Sun to Mud to Create Cotton
Finally, take the mud you just created and combine it with air and sun. After a few seconds, a ball of cotton will appear!
- Air and sun provide the heat and light necessary for the mud to dry out and transform into cotton fibers.
- The mud hardens as the water evaporates, leaving behind the soft, white cotton material.
Congratulations, you now have cotton! Use it to create cloth, fabric, thread, and other textiles. Cotton is a very useful element to have, allowing you to build up to more complex materials and life forms in Little Alchemy 2. Keep experimenting and discovering new combinations.
Combining Dust and Water to Make Cotton
To make cotton in Little Alchemy 2, you’ll need to combine dust and water. Here’s how:
Gather Your Ingredients
The two basic elements you’ll need are:
- Dust: Available as one of the starting elements.
- Water: Also available as a starting element.
Combine Dust and Water
Select dust from the elements menu on the left. Drag it into the playing field. Do the same with water.
Watch Cotton Form!
When dust and water are combined, cotton will form! The equation is:
Dust + Water = Cotton
Cotton looks like a little white puffball. Congratulations, you’ve made cotton from scratch in Little Alchemy 2!
Uses for Cotton
Now that you have cotton, you can use it to create other items:
- Fabric: Cotton + Loom = Fabric
- Thread: Cotton + Spindle = Thread
- Cloth: Cotton + Fabric = Cloth
- Bandage: Cotton + Cloth = Bandage
Cotton and the items you can make from it will be very useful as you continue to build up elements and more complex items in Little Alchemy 2. Keep experimenting by combining cotton with other elements to discover new creations. Let me know if you have any other questions!