How to Make Granite Slabs in LEGO Fortnite

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LEGO Fortnite granite slab
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Building materials in LEGO Fortnite are essential to growing your village and obtaining stronger weapons to fight monsters, especially once you create plans to venture into the Frostlands and Dry Valley. Here’s how to make granite slabs in LEGO Fortnite.

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How to Craft Granite Slabs in LEGO Fortnite

Granite slabs are a refined building material created using raw granite in a stone breaker. For every granite you use in the stone breaker, you’ll get one slab after a few seconds of processing time.

If you plan on making multiple granite slabs, be prepared to wait a minute or two for the granite to finish processing. While one or two won’t take long, the seconds add up when refining dozens of granite.

How to Build a Stone Breaker in LEGO Fortnite

Building a stone breaker requires having 20 Knotroot and 35 marble before placing it anywhere in your LEGO Fortnite world. Both resources are available in caves by breaking knotroot roots and marble chunks with uncommon tools. Once you have the necessary materials, you’ll find the stone breaker in your build menu.

Like crafting tables, you can’t use stone breakers while it’s raining outside, so build it inside of a building if possible or wait until the rain goes away.

What Are Granite Slabs Used for in LEGO Fortnite?

Granite slabs are valuable for upgrading your village and crafting structures like the grain mill. In particular, you need granite slabs for the level six Grasslands Village upgrade and level four Desert Village upgrade. Keep some on hand if you plan on expanding into the Dry Valley!

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About the Author

Madison Benson

Madison was a staff writer at Prima Games who has played video games for over twenty years and written about them for over two years. Her love for video games started with turn-based strategy games like Heroes of Might and Magic and has since extended to casual farming sims, MMORPGs, and action-adventure RPGs.