I am pretty sure you have heard the phrase “building blocks”. And as we know, everything in this universe has its own building block. Whether it be the stars or the animals, everything is built up of something.
For instance, stars are made up of elements such as hydrogen and helium. Meanwhile, animals are made up of tissues which are again made up of animal cells. In the same way, we can break everything into its building blocks.
Likewise, the topic of our today’s discussion is a brick.
Every masonry construction we see in our world is made up of bricks. Whether it be huge walls or pavements, bricks have been used since ancient times to create such structures.
Nevertheless, you aren’t here just to learn about bricks. Instead, you are here because you want to learn how you can gain the same Brick element in Little Alchemy 2.
Therefore, we will be prioritizing the process of obtaining Brick in Little Alchemy 2. Especially, the objective of the game may be really simple. But, it’s always difficult to find your route to your destination without any guidelines.
Subsequently, the most popular bricks used in real-life are known as fired bricks. And, they are created by shaping soft mud and firing them at a really hot temperature.
Similarly, Little Alchemy 2 replicates the manufacturing process. That means the two key ingredients in obtaining the Brick element are Mud and Fire.
So without further ado, let’s get right into the process of manufacturing the Brick element, shall we?
Simply Create Brick
As we talked about before, bricks have been used since ancient times. Further, they have always been produced in massive amounts. Because as we know, a single brick isn’t even enough to create a single wall.
Consequently, the process of manufacturing bricks takes place in huge amounts. However, one good thing about it is, the process is really simple.
In the same vein, Little Alchemy 2 also lets you create the Brick element easily. All you need to do is heat up the Mud element. But before that, you need to obtain the element first.
Well, follow the below step to easily obtain Mud:
- Earth + Water = Mud
Now, you have got all the mud needed for the mass production of the Brick element. As mentioned before, just heat it up and you will obtain Brick.
The following step will probably make things clearer:
- Mud + Fire = Brick
Good job discovering this new element! Now, you have the key to open an even bigger door of Little Alchemy 2. And, you can just keep on diving deeper and keep on exploring.
However, the above method might have been boring for you as you didn’t need to do much. And if you felt so, worry not! Because we have alternative ways you can use to obtain the Brick element.
Alternative Ways To Obtain Brick
Little Alchemy 2 is a boundless game with millions of possibilities. When one element or a process doesn’t satisfy you, you can just use its alternative. Perhaps, that’s why the game never gets boring.
Likewise, we have included many alternative ways to create the Brick element. While most processes aren’t much different, you can still use different elements to obtain Brick.
For example, you can use Clay or Stone instead of Mud as shown below:
- Clay + Fire = Brick
- Clay + Stone = Brick
It’s fine if you don’t have the Clay or the Stone element. Firstly, the process to obtain both of them is really simple. Secondly, just follow the below steps to acquire both Clay and Stone:
- Earth + Water = Mud
- Earth + Fire = Lava
- Air + Lava = Stone
- Mud + Stone = Clay
The next method of obtaining Brick is by using Sun and Clay. This time, let’s create the Sun element first. Then, we can move on to the next step.
Likewise, the following steps will show you how you can obtain Sun:
- Earth + Earth = Land
- Earth + Land = Continent
- Continent + Continent = Planet
- Fire + Planet = Sun
After that, follow the below steps:
- Clay + Sun = Brick
Also, you can use the Sun element with Mud as shown below to obtain Brick:
- Mud + Sun = Brick
So, do you believe in me now? As I said before, Little Alchemy 2 is full of alternative ways and millions of possibilities.
Nonetheless, it’s time we move on to the last part of this article. That is, we will be looking at all the elements we can create using Brick.
Elements You Can Create Using Brick
In real-life, bricks are specially used for masonry constructions. In fact, bricks are used in almost all infrastructure. And, we can use Brick in Little Alchemy 2 in the same way.
Although we can’t create many elements from the Brick element, we do get some important elements. Moreover, Wall is an important element that will grant you access to dozens of newer elements.
Anyway, follow the steps listed below to get yourself some new elements using Brick:
- Brick + Brick = Wall
- Brick + Campfire = Fireplace
- Brick + Fireplace = Chimney
- Brick + Smoke = Chimney
Well, how cozy is it to finally have a fireplace and a chimney in your house?
You might be thinking what can you even do with these new elements. However, don’t underestimate them as the elements they will give you access to is more than you will ever need.
For example, you can create shelter for all kinds of animals including humans using the Wall element as shown below:
Wall + Human = House
Wall + Dog = Doghouse
Wall + Chicken = Chicken Coop
The list can keep on going and on. And, if you are feeling a little Christmassy, you can use the Fireplace or Chimney element to create more exciting elements as follows:
Fireplace + Wool = Christmas Stocking
Chimney + Santa = Gift
In short, my conclusion is Little Alchemy 2 is full of newer possibilities. Despite getting really few new elements from Brick, we can still get so many more from the newer elements. In the same way, keep on exploring new elements.
Little Alchemy 2 is a really simple game yet the exploration never ends. So, we cheer for your endless journey that you discover newer secrets of our universe.
Most importantly, if you find yourself stuck somewhere, you can always rely on us to help you. We have got all the guides you need for newer elements. So, do keep on exploring and check on us if you need any help.