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Don’t starve together: What are those suspicious marbles?

Don't starve together: What are those suspicious marbles?Don't starve together: What are those suspicious marbles?

In Don’t Starve Together, there are many ways to die. One of the most common is by starving together with a friend or two after you’ve run out of food. Fortunately for us, we don’t have to go through that experience because it’s just a game! However, even in-game marbles can be suspicious if they’re not what they seem. That’s why this guide will help you identify those pesky DST Suspicious marbles and what they might be good for!

Don't starve together: What are those suspicious marbles?

The Suspicious Marbles are naturally spawning objects that can spawn anywhere on the main continent. They were introduced in A New Reign and can be found anywhere. You’ll know a suspicious marble if you see one. They’re usually found randomly lying around the generated world. You might want to take note of what they mean if you come across more than one type at once because we’ll get into that later.

Suspicious Marble

These suspicious marbles have the shape of a Clockwork Rook, Knight or Bishop heads. These suspicious marbles cannot be taken into inventory and will automatically go in the chest slot when picked up. The player becomes very slow and cannot equip any item in the hand or chest slots when they have the suspicious marble in their chest slot.

Don't starve together: What are those suspicious marbles?

The marble sculptures serve as a home for the clockwork. Just take those suspicious marbles to their corresponding marble sculptures. After that wait for the full moon and then mine them. There is also a different effect during the new moon so check those out too.

Because these marvels are heavy and hard to take from place to place on foot here are some suggestions. You can tame buffalo and carry the marvel, as buffalos are not affected by the player’s speed. If there is a wormhole nearby for shortcuts you can take them. You can travel through wormholes while carrying the marble. Also, try to take the road as much as possible to speed things up.

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