An Adobe Wall is an impassible structure made by adding two adobe to Marking Stakes. A wall can be horizontal, vertical, or corner walls, which can be chosen when placing the stakes. Adding a Bowl of Plaster to an adobe wall will create a Plaster Wall which does not decay, and can then be painted.
To deconstruct an adobe wall, it requires two Bowls of Water (or a Full Water Pouch) in quick succession followed promptly by a Steel Mining Pick, (which turns it into Adobe Rubble). Unplastered adobe walls will decay automatically over 10 hours, turning cracked, then after a further 30 minutes turning into rubble. Using a steel mining pick at the cracking stage will also destroy the wall into rubble, or it can be fixed at this stage by adding clay.
A Plaster Wall is a structure made by adding a Bowl of Plaster to an adobe wall. Adding a Bucket of Paint will give a Painted Plaster Wall of the same color. The plaster can be removed using a Steel Chisel, or can be reapplied over the top of a painted wall. Plaster walls do not decay, which is an advantage over a regular adobe wall.
Painted Plaster Wall
A Painted plaster wall is a structure obtained by adding a Bucket of Paint to a Plaster Wall. The available colours are red, blue and yellow. The only way paint can be removed is by adding a Bowl of Plaster. Plaster walls, and painted walls do not decay - an advantage over plain Adobe Walls.
Adobe Rubble is formed by the decay of Adobe Walls, or by destroying any adobe structure such as Ovens and Kilns. It can be removed by adding a Bowl of Water or a Full Water Pouch, which will return one Adobe.