How to make dust in Little Alchemy 2?

What is dust in the Little Alchemy 2 game?

Earth’s dust refers to the ground or air filled with solid particles, usually from weathered soil, volcanic eruptions, or animal hides and skins. Dust is called “Earth’s dandruff” in the Little Alchemy 2 game; You can make dust by using the basic elements of earth and air in Little Alchemy 2.

make dust in little alchemy 2
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Recipes

Little Alchemy 2 has attracted countless players with its unique synthesis and experience; there is more than one way to craft most items in the game, and the crafting of dust is no exception. Let’s take a look at all the recipes for making dust in Little Alchemy 2:

  • air + earth 
  • air + land
  • air + soil

Recipe 1: air + earth

Both earth and air are starting elements, so using them to make dust is very simple and requires only one step:

  • air + earth -> dust
air and earth make dust in little alchemy 2
air + earth = dust

Recipe 2: air + land

Recipe 2 is also relatively straightforward because you only need two earth to synthesize land and combine with land and air to synthesize dust.

Two steps to make dust with air and land:

  1. earth + earth -> land
  2. air + land -> dust

Recipe 3: air + soil

As mentioned earlier, the air is one of the four essential elements in Little Alchemy 2, so the key to using air and soil to synthesize dust is synthesizing soil and then combining soil and air to make dust.

Eight steps to make dust with air and soil:

  1. water + water -> puddle
  2. water + puddle -> pond 
  3. water + pond -> lake 
  4. water + lake -> sea
  5. earth + sea -> primordial soup 
  6. fire + fire -> energy
  7. primordial soup + energy -> life
  8. earth + life -> soil

Why do I recommend using earth and air to make dust?

Recipe 1 uses two essential elements (air and earth), and it is the easiest way to synthesize dust by using only one step to complete the task successfully.

Recipe 2 is also relatively simple, but more than recipe 1 step.

Recipe 3 is much more complicated than recipes 1 and 2 because synthesizing “primordial soup” requires more steps and is not recommended for this method.

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