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Desert Stone
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Stacks up to
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A mini departiculator.


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Yuck. It smells like sulfur.


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Is rock for quick trip.


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It came from the belly of the sphinx.


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A bezoar formed in the gut of a large beast.


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S'got a powerful stink, eh?


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An impure orange gem.


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A present fröm the mighty liöness!


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We didn't know rocks could smell.


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It's uh, a rock. Mhm.


Desert Stones are Items exclusive to Don't Starve Together, introduced in A New Reign. They are given by the Antlion in exchange for Trinkets and can be used to craft The Lazy Deserter.

They can also be used by players to teleport themselves to each other and will be consumed in the process.

In order to teleport using Desert Stones, one must right click on the stone whilst another player is channeling the Lazy Deserter.

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  • Desert Stones were added in the Against the Grain update.
  • According to Wickerbottom, Desert Stones are the Antlion's bezoars, which are stones found in an animal's stomach and were traditionally believed to be able to cure poison.
  • According to Maxwell, Desert Stones are impure Orange Gems, which makes sense, since the gems themselves are also used for teleportation.

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