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Marble Statues

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For statues players can craft using a Potter's Wheel, see Chess Pieces.
For sculptures players can repair using Suspicious Marble, see Marble Sculptures.

Marble Statues
Marble Comedy.png
Tool Required
Pickaxe.pngOpulent Pickaxe.pngPickSlashAxe.png
Resources
Marble.pngSketch.png
Renewable?
No
"statue_marble"

Marble Statues
Marble Tragedy.png
Tool Required
Pickaxe.pngOpulent Pickaxe.pngPickSlashAxe.png
Resources
Marble.pngSketch.png
Renewable?
No
"statue_marble_muse"

Marble Statues
Marble Pawn.png
Tool Required
Pickaxe.pngOpulent Pickaxe.pngPickSlashAxe.png
Resources
Marble.pngSketch.png
Renewable?
No
"statue_marble_pawn"

Marble Statues
Marble Vase.png
Tool Required
Pickaxe.pngOpulent Pickaxe.pngPickSlashAxe.png
Resources
Marble.png
Renewable?
No
"statue_marble"

Marble Statues are naturally spawning objects exclusive to Don't Starve Together, introduced in A New Reign. They are similar to Marble Pillars and Trees in that they can be mined down to yield 1-2 Marble. Comedy or Tragedy Statues can be mined, giving the player a Queenly Figure Sketch, while the Pawn Statue can be mined to obtain a Pawn Figure Sketch.

Wilson Portrait.png
Statuesque.

Wilson, when examining a Comedy Marble Statue

Willow Portrait.png
She hasn't put her face on for the day yet.

Willow, when examining a Comedy Marble Statue

Wolfgang Portrait.png
She seems like happy lady.

Wolfgang, when examining a Comedy Marble Statue

Wendy Portrait.png
Each of us wear many masks.

Wendy, when examining a Comedy Marble Statue

WX-78 Portrait.png
MARBLE, NOT METAL. INFERIOR

WX-78, when examining a Comedy Marble Statue

Wickerbottom Portrait.png
A Grecian-inspired sculpture of the muse Thalia. Some liberties have been taken.

Wickerbottom, when examining a Comedy Marble Statue

Woodie Portrait.png
I'm not sure I get it.

Woodie, when examining a Comedy Marble Statue

Waxwell Portrait.png
She's still in there somewhere. I know it.

Maxwell, when examining a Comedy Marble Statue

Wigfrid Portrait.png
Delicate appearance, but hard as stöne. Admirable.

Wigfrid, when examining a Comedy Marble Statue

Webber Portrait.png
It looks real lifelike, but it's all cold to touch.

Webber, when examining a Comedy Marble Statue

Winona Portrait.png
This is too strange.

Winona, when examining a Comedy Marble Statue

Wilson Portrait.png
Don't lose your head now!

Wilson, when examining a Tragedy Marble Statue

Willow Portrait.png
Yikes. I'd cover that up too if I were her.

Willow, when examining a Tragedy Marble Statue

Wolfgang Portrait.png
Wolfgang does not know what to do with pretty statues.

Wolfgang, when examining a Tragedy Marble Statue

Wendy Portrait.png
A chilling thought... What if nothing's beneath the mask?

Wendy, when examining a Tragedy Marble Statue

WX-78 Portrait.png
THE MASK IS THE ONLY GOOD PART OF IT

WX-78, when examining a Tragedy Marble Statue

Wickerbottom Portrait.png
A Grecian-inspired sculpture of the muse Melpomene. Some liberties have been taken.

Wickerbottom, when examining a Tragedy Marble Statue

Woodie Portrait.png
She's a real tall one, eh?

Woodie, when examining a Tragedy Marble Statue

Waxwell Portrait.png
Her tragedy does not define her.

Maxwell, when examining a Tragedy Marble Statue

Wigfrid Portrait.png
What plagues yöu, fair maiden?

Wigfrid, when examining a Tragedy Marble Statue

Webber Portrait.png
Nice sword!

Webber, when examining a Tragedy Marble Statue

Winona Portrait.png
We thought she was gone...

Winona, when examining a Tragedy Marble Statue

Wilson Portrait.png
It's a fancy marble statue.

Wilson, when examining a Pawn Marble Statue

Willow Portrait.png
It's an okay statue, I guess.

Willow, when examining a Pawn Marble Statue

Wolfgang Portrait.png
Wolfgang does not know what to do with pretty statues.

Wolfgang, when examining a Pawn Marble Statue

Wendy Portrait.png
Cold, hard stone...

Wendy, when examining a Pawn Marble Statue

WX-78 Portrait.png
MARBLE, NOT METAL. INFERIOR

WX-78, when examining a Pawn Marble Statue

Wickerbottom Portrait.png
Elegant, though there's an unmistakable darkness to the work.

Wickerbottom, when examining a Pawn Marble Statue

Woodie Portrait.png
I prefer wood carvings.

Woodie, when examining a Pawn Marble Statue

Waxwell Portrait.png
Hm. Stately.

Maxwell, when examining a Pawn Marble Statue

Wigfrid Portrait.png
Delicate appearance, but hard as stöne. Admirable.

Wigfrid, when examining a Pawn Marble Statue

Webber Portrait.png
Solid marble!

Webber, when examining a Pawn Marble Statue

Winona Portrait.png
A bit snooty.

Winona, when examining a Pawn Marble Statue

Wilson Portrait.png
It's a fancy marble statue.

Wilson, when examining a Vase Marble Statue

Willow Portrait.png
A brazier would be nicer.

Willow, when examining a Vase Marble Statue

Wolfgang Portrait.png
Is manly spittoon?

Wolfgang, when examining a Vase Marble Statue

Wendy Portrait.png
Cold, hard stone...

Wendy, when examining a Vase Marble Statue

WX-78 Portrait.png
MARBLE, NOT METAL. INFERIOR

WX-78, when examining a Vase Marble Statue

Wickerbottom Portrait.png
The rain may inadvertently turn it into a bird bath.

Wickerbottom, when examining a Vase Marble Statue

Woodie Portrait.png
Could make a nice planter outta that.

Woodie, when examining a Vase Marble Statue

Waxwell Portrait.png
Hm. Stately.

Maxwell, when examining a Vase Marble Statue

Wigfrid Portrait.png
Tis a stöne basin!

Wigfrid, when examining a Vase Marble Statue

Webber Portrait.png
Solid marble!

Webber, when examining a Vase Marble Statue

Winona Portrait.png
A bit snooty.

Winona, when examining a Vase Marble Statue

Placeholder.png Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Marble Statues were added in the A Little Fixer Upper update.
  • The first two statues are references to the Comedy and Tragedy genres from classic Greece, fitting Charlie's theatrical theme.

Blueprint.png Gallery[edit | edit source]