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How to Make Smoke in Infinite Craft – Recipe Combination Guide

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If you have been trying to work out how to create Smoke in Infinite Craft, this one is for you. This guide explains the recipe combination to use if you want to make Smoke, including recipes to use Smoke in.

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Infinite Craft: Smoke Recipe Combination Guide

To make Smoke in Infinite Craft, combine Fire and Wind. Seriously, that’s all you need to do. Fire and Wind are two of the four starting elements in Infinite Craft, so Smoke is one of the easiest and earliest components you can possibly make.

  • Fire + Wind = Smoke

Infinite Craft: Recipe Combinations That Use Smoke

To start with Smoke can be used to make additional basic components that can be of use in more complex combinations. The following combinations can be made with Smoke and Water:

  • Smoke + Smoke = Cloud
  • (Smoke + Wind is also Cloud)
  • Smoke + Cloud = Fog
  • (Smoke + Fog goes back to Cloud)
  • Smoke + Water = Fog
  • Fog + Cloud = Rain
  • (Smoke + Rain goes back to Cloud)

The following recipe combinations use Smoke and Fire:

  • Smoke + Fire = Volcano
  • (Smoke + Earth is also Volcano)
  • Volcano + Cloud = Rain
  • Rain + Volcano = Mud
  • Mud + Volcano = Lava

If you already have Ice and Cold in Infinite Craft, you can make some certified cool rocks with the Lava you made above, including:

  • Lava + Ice = Stone
  • Lava + Cold = Obsidian
  • (Stone + Lava also makes Obsidian)

Other components that are made from Cold that can be combined with Smoke and its subsequent components include:

  • Santa + Smoke = Chimney
  • Santa + Fog = Santa Claus
  • Santa + Rain = Raindeer (not Reindeer)
  • Raindeer + Raindeer = Reindeer
  • Raindeer OR Reindeer + Fog = Rudolph

If you’re looking to make something a bit spookier with Smoke, you’ll first want to make some Glass. To make Glass in Infinite Craft, follow these steps:

  • Earth + Wind = Dust
  • Dust + Dust = Sand
  • Sand + Fire = Glass

Once you have Glass, you can start combining it with Smoke to make spooky components like Ghost. The following recipes are just a few of what you can make:

  • Smoke + Glass = Mirror
  • Smoke + Mirror = Ghost
  • (Smoke + Ghost goes back to Fog)
  • Fog + Ghost = Foggy Ghost
  • Ghost + Mirror = Reflection

If you want to make more complex components to combine with your newly acquired items, check out our recipe guides, including how to craft Godzillahow to craft Love, and even how to make Goku himself in Infinite Craft.


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