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Star Recipes

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Fireworks are composed of stars, the individual colored sparks and streamers that make up the display. These are crafted in a Star Rack according to recipes taught at Universities of Art and Music.

Every UArt where Pyrotechnic Mortar Construction is unlocked can teach the two basic star recipes, Flying Frog and Squat Canary. New stars can be designed using a Portable Star Lab; the lab is then turned in to a UArt, enabling the recipe for a new star to be available from that UArt.

Star Ingredients

Stars are made in a Star Rack. Max Batch size is 100.

  • All stars need a binder:
    • Beeswax - for Comet and Ball-type stars, which diffuse in 'pulses'.
    • Cactus Sap - for Comet, Ball, and Line-type stars, all of which diffuse in either pulses or as a straight line.
    • Clay - for 'popper' stars, which diffuse all in one burst at the end of their fire.
    • Tar - for 'sparkler' stars, which diffuse in sparks throughout their runs.
  • All stars need some quantity of Sulfur and Charcoal.
  • All stars need some variety of Metal Salts.
  • Some stars also need Aluminum Powder.


Available Recipes

To open new star recipes, please see Portable Star Lab.

For this table, please use the cost of producing a batch of TEN (10) Stars

Star
Name
Star
Type
Color
Region
U Art
Binder
Type
Binder
Amt
Sulfur
Charcoal
Salt 1
Type
Salt 1
Amt
Salt 2
Type
Salt 2
Amt
Al
Powder
Picture
Flying Frog Pulsing Green Common Cactus Sap 17 5 10 Zinc 10 Flying frog.png
Squat Canary Pulsing Yellow Common Cactus Sap 7 3 15 Aluminum 7 Squat canary.png
Blooob Pulsing blueish white River Plains Cactus Sap 6 7 25 Silver 13 Bloob.png
Raspberry Mist cone pink Old Egypt Beeswax 20 21 13 Platinum 45 Raspberry mist.png
Little Green Apple Splatter sparkler green Old Egypt Tar 11 19 27 Lead 9 27 Green Apple2.png
Hill Billy Blues Trail blue Old Egypt Beeswax 16 7 73 Silver 38 Hillbilly Blues.jpg
Pixie Dust Sparkler Purple Old Egypt Tar 6 10 23 Gold 7 23 Pixie dust.png
Elegant Streak long Trail Purple and maroon Old Egypt Beeswax 16 8 81 Lithium 14 Iron 9 Elegant streak.png
surprise! Popper Pink Old Egypt clay 7 15 20 copper 28 31 Surprise!.png
Big burtha Pulser Pink Old Egypt Cactus Sap 6 6 70 copper 34 Magnesium 14 Big Burtha.png
Sunray trail Pink Old Egypt Cactus Sap 20 1 41 Magnesium 26 Sunray.jpg
Purple Slurp Pulsing Purple Old Egypt Cactus Sap 10 2 46 Gold 24 Purple Slurp.png
Teal Blobby Pulsing blue/green Old Egypt Cactus Sap 16 6 31 Titanium 7 Teal Blobby.png
Purple Trailblazer Trail purple Old Egypt Cactus Sap 15 1 41 Gold 11 Purple Trailblazer.png
Mydnight Orange ? ? VOK Cactus Sap 6 5 16 Antimony 39
Purple Streak ? ? RP Beeswax 14 16 23 Strontium 160
meteor longtail ? ? RP Beeswax 8 21 83 Gold 99
Yellow Burner ? Yellow 7L cactus sap 7 7 29 iron 69
Green Dragon ? ? RP Beeswax 7 22 78 Lead 61
Jealous streak ? Yellow-green RP Beeswax 9 12 41 Antimony 19
Don't pick me up cause I have to long a tail ? ? RP Cactus Sap 8 4 28 Silver 65
Please don't pick me ? ? RP Tar 18 10 69 Iron 60 69
Momma Mia ? ? RP Cactus Sap 5 2 75 Lead 145
Lizard Tail ? ? RP Tar 7 12 55 Platinum 17 Titanium 11 55
Purple Trailblazer ? ? RP Cactus Sap 15 1 41 Gold 11
Long green stripe ? ? RP Cactus Sap 20 1 71 Antimony 28
Red dot ? ? RP Clay 16 14 5 Platinum 60 30



For Star Type, please use one of the following:

  • Pulsing - these have a strong glow on the first star, and usually leave a simple trail. There is considerable variability in the size of the star, and the length of the trail. The basic frog and canary designs are this type.
  • Cone (comets) - Have a strong glow at the front, and diffuse into a short 'cone' shape.
  • Bomb (poppers) - These are often hard to see, since they fly their lifetime unignited, and then explode at the end. Single poppers are useful as near-invisible platforms for delivering other stars, while showers of many poppers can be an impressive finale.
  • Trail ("Thin Red Line") - Long thin trails of light, often used for spirals and geometric shapes.
  • Sparkler - These are typically crowd favorites. They leave a shower of sparks as a trail, usually but not always in the same color as the head of the star.

See Also