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==Description==
 
==Description==
An '''{{PAGENAME}}''' is used as a source of [[Scrap Iron]]. While the {{PAGENAME}} can be scrapped into [[Scrap Iron]] to save inventory space, you may also smelt it directly into [[Iron (Forge)]] in the [[Forge]]. Smelting {{PAGENAME}} directly instead of scrapping it will yield more [[Iron (Forge)]]. Empty can also be made in the [[Forge]] with [[Iron (Forge)]] *5 and *1 [[Clay (Forge)]]
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An '''{{PAGENAME}}''' is used as a source of [[Iron]]. While the {{PAGENAME}} can be scrapped into [[Iron]] to save inventory space, you may also smelt it directly into a [[Forge]]. Smelting {{PAGENAME}} directly instead of scrapping it will yield more [[Iron]]. {{PAGENAME}} can also be crafted in the [[Forge]] with 5 [[Iron]] and 1 [[Clay Soil]].
   
A player can obtain an {{PAGENAME}} by looting, from eating [[Canned Food]] or crafted in the [[Forge]].
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A player can obtain an {{PAGENAME}} by looting and finding and consuming any [[Canned Food]] or by crafted one in the [[Forge]].
   
 
==Usage==
 
==Usage==
Prior to A17, {{PAGENAME}}s could also be used to create [[Canned Murky Water]]. This was done by "right-clicking", with a {{PAGENAME}} selected, whilst standing in or near a water source. Canned Murky Water would then be boiled in [[Campfire]] to create [[Boiled Water]]. Boiled Water had a stack limit of one since there is no lid to the container and it is meant for basic survival in the wild with primitive means until a cooking pot can be obtained. They also used to be able to be thrown as a distraction for zombies, but this feature was removed because the throwing animation didn't work properly.
 
 
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==Scrapping==
 
==Scrapping==
One empty can can be scrapped to produce 3 [[Scrap Iron]]
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One empty can can be scrapped to produce 3 [[Iron]]
 
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==History==
 
* Prior to A17, {{PAGENAME}}s could also be used to create [[Canned Murky Water]]. This was done by "right-clicking", with a {{PAGENAME}} selected, whilst standing in or near a water source. Canned Murky Water would then be boiled in [[Campfire]] to create [[Boiled Water]]. Boiled Water had a stack limit of one since there is no lid to the container and it is meant for basic survival in the wild with primitive means until a cooking pot can be obtained. They also used to be able to be thrown as a distraction for zombies, but this feature was removed because the throwing animation didn't work properly.

Latest revision as of 01:43, 17 May 2021

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Empty Can
CanEmpty.png
Basic Information
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Group Resources
Category Basic Resource
Type
Loot Container
Gear Slot
Covering Attribute
Block Properties
Hit Points
Storage Slots
Lockable
Horizontal Support
Mass
Light Opacity
Upgrades to
Breaks to
Weapon/Tool Properties
Entity Damage
Power Attack Entity Damage
Block Damage
Power Attack Block Damage
Range
Effective Range
Explosion Range Entities
Explosion Range Blocks
Attacks per Minute
Rounds per Minute
Reload Time
Ammo Type
Magazine Size
Stamina Usage
Power Attack Stamina Usage
Damage Multiplier: Earth
Damage Multiplier: Metal
Damage Multiplier: Stone
Damage Multiplier: Wood
Butcher Tool
Butcher Damage Multiplier
Butcher Resource Multiplier
Disassemble Tool
Vehicle Properties
Vehicle Speed
Vehicle Sprint Speed
Seats
Protection Properties
Cold Resist
Heat Resist
Waterproof
Armor Rating
Elemental Protection
Effect Protection
Mobility Reduction
Stamina Regen Reduction
Noise Increase
Consumption Effects
Effect on Fullness
Effect on Hydration
Effect on max Stamina
Effect on Stamina regen
Effect on Health
Effect on Max Health
Cures
Buff
Buff Chance (%)
Buff Effect
Dysentery Chance (%)
Characteristic Properties
Durability (Min Quality)
Durability (Max Quality)
Degradation per Use
Mod Type
Compatible Mods
Repaired Using
Electrical Power Required
Unlocks
Base Price
Max Stack 500
Scrapping/Forging Properties
Scrappable
Scraps into
Meltable Yes
Material Iron
Combustible
Burn Time
Farming Properties
Crop produced
Seed used
Time to grow
Obtaining
Obtainable Through

Description[edit | edit source]

An Empty Can is used as a source of Iron. While the Empty Can can be scrapped into Iron to save inventory space, you may also smelt it directly into a Forge. Smelting Empty Can directly instead of scrapping it will yield more Iron. Empty Can can also be crafted in the Forge with 5 Iron and 1 Clay Soil.

A player can obtain an Empty Can by looting and finding and consuming any Canned Food or by crafted one in the Forge.

Usage[edit | edit source]

Recipes

The following recipes require Empty Can: (NOTE: Times are based on a level one skill and the material that an object is crafted from, which is only reliable for food at the moment, so is rather difficult to calculate, this table is auto-generated):

Item Required Materials Workstation Time
CanHam.png Can of Sham CanEmpty.png Empty Can *5, Rotting Flesh.png Rotting Flesh *5, Bone.png Bone *5, AnimalFat.png Animal Fat *5, Acid.png Acid *1 Campfire 120
Oil.png Oil OilShale.png Oil Shale *24, CanEmpty.png Empty Can *1 Chemistry Station 9


Scrapping[edit | edit source]

One empty can can be scrapped to produce 3 Iron

History[edit | edit source]

  • Prior to A17, Empty Cans could also be used to create Canned Murky Water. This was done by "right-clicking", with a Empty Can selected, whilst standing in or near a water source. Canned Murky Water would then be boiled in Campfire to create Boiled Water. Boiled Water had a stack limit of one since there is no lid to the container and it is meant for basic survival in the wild with primitive means until a cooking pot can be obtained. They also used to be able to be thrown as a distraction for zombies, but this feature was removed because the throwing animation didn't work properly.