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How to Make Racism in Infinite Craft

Infinite Craft is a sandbox game created by Neal Agarwal.

Players must create new elements using the four elements—water, fire, wind, and earth.

By combining two elements, players can discover a new element.

For example, you’ll get a new element called “Wave” by combining water and wind.

The game uses generative AI including LLaMA and Together AI, so the possibilities are endless.

In this guide, you’ll learn how to craft or make racism in Infinite Craft (using the fastest and easiest recipe).

How to Make Racism in Infinite Craft

Here’s how to make racism in Infinite Craft:

  1. 💧 Water +🌬️ Wind =🌊 Wave
  2. 💧 Water +🌊 Wave =🌊 Tsunami
  3. 🔥 Fire +💧 Water =💨 Steam
  4. 🌍 Earth +🌍 Earth =🏔️ Mountain
  5. 🌍 Earth +💧 Water =🌱 Plant
  6. 🌍 Earth +🌊 Tsunami =🏝️ Island
  7. 🌱 Plant +💨 Steam =🍵 Tea
  8. 🏔️ Mountain +🏔️ Mountain =🏔️ Mountain Range
  9. 🌱 Plant +💧 Water =🐊 Swamp
  10. 🌍 Earth +🏝️ Island =🌎 Continent
  11. 🏔️ Mountain Range +🍵 Tea =🍵 Tea Party
  12. 🌎 Continent +🐊 Swamp =🌍 Africa
  13. 🌍 Africa +🍵 Tea Party =👮 Racism

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