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Steel Blocks
SteelBlock.png
Basic Information
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Group Building
Category Building Material
Type Blocks
Loot Container
Gear Slot
Covering Attribute
Block Properties
Hit Points 10000
Storage Slots
Lockable
Horizontal Support 300
Mass 20
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
Velocity
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
Cure Percentage
Buff
Buff Effect
Buff Duration
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
Material
Combustible
Burn Time
Farming Properties
Crop produced
Seed used
Time to grow
Obtaining
Obtainable Through

Description[]

Steel Blocks are the the strongest building material in the game. These blocks are rather expensive with each one requiring 10 Forged Steel. Use these blocks to reinforce critical parts of your base, and to discourage Zombie attacks on those areas. All Steel Blocks varieties have the same stats.

To place the many varieties of blocks available you must craft Steel Shapes. The default shape is a solid steel cube. To change the shape that is being placed put the Steel Shapes in your hotbar, select them so you are holding them in your hand, hold R, and then select the shapes menu. This will bring up the Shapes interface for selecting which block will be placed. There are a huge number of different shaped blocks available. Some examples include: the standard cube, ramps and stairs, posts, and partial blocks.

Crafting[]

IngotSteel.png 10* Forged Steel for
02′ 30"
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Concrete Blocks can also be upgraded into Steel Blocks using 10 Forged Steel.

Upgrading[]

Steel Blocks cannot be upgraded.

History[]

Alpha 20:[]

Now placed using Steel Shapes. Reinforced Concrete was removed so now Concrete Blocks upgrade directly to this.

Alpha 17:[]

Cannot be upgraded anymore as the upgrading material was removed from the game.

Alpha 15:[]

Changed some statistics like durability.

Alpha 13:[]

Steel Blocks is first introduced into the game.

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