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Concrete Blocks
Concrete.png
"Concrete provides good protection and is a very flexible building material, allowing you to craft many shapes as you go. Can be upgraded"
Description
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Item ID
Group Building
Title
Description
Category Building Material
Type Blocks
Tool Type
Location
Found in
Obtained through
Breaks into
Gear Slot
Fuel
Used to place
Cooking Ingredient
Meltable
Scrappable
Dismantleable
Lockable
Crafting Skill Group [[]]
Action Skill Group [[]]


Statistics
Hit Points
Storage Slots
Smell on Belt
Smell strength on Belt
Smell in Bag
Smell strength in Bag
Durability 3000
Cumulative Durability 3000
Durability (Base Quality)
Durability (Max Quality)
Degradation Rate
Pure-Dur
Hardness 1
Structural Integrity 12
Max Load 120
Mass 10
Appropriate Tool IconPickaxe.png Pickaxe
Heat Map Strength
Heat Map Time
Heat Map Frequency
Light Value
Inventory Slots
Max Stack 500


Attack Statistics
Entity Damage
Explosive Radius (Entity)
Entity Damage (Base Quality)
Entity Damage (Max Quality)
Block Damage
Explosive Radius (Block)
Block Damage (Base Quality)
Block Damage (Max Quality)
Critical Chance
Range
Range (Base Quality)
Range (Max Quality)
Dismemberment Chance (Base)
Dismemberment Chance (Max)
Accuracy (Base)
Accuracy (Max)
Attack Speed
Reload Speed
Stamina Usage
Multiplier: Headshot
Multiplier: Cloth
Multiplier: Concrete
Multiplier: Earth
Multiplier: Glass
Multiplier: Metal
Multiplier: Stone
Multiplier: Wood
Buff
Debuff
Buff Chance  %
Buff Effect
Initial Experience
Subsequent Experience


Protection
Insulation °F, 0°C
Waterproof  %
Bullet
Melee
Concussive  %
Puncture  %
Blunt
Explosive  %
Radiation  %
Fire  %
Electrical  %
Tools
Butcher Tool
Butcher Multiplier
Butcher Damage Multiplier
Harvesting Tool
Harvesting Multiplier
Harvesting Damage Multiplier
Hoe Tool
Hoe Multiplier
Hoe Damage Multiplier
Disassemble Tool
Disassemble Multiplier
Disassemble Damage Multiplier


Consumption Effects
Effect on Fullness
Effect on Hydration
Effect on Health
Effect on Stamina
Effect on Wellness
Cures
Effect on Gassiness
Other Effects


Ammunition
Ammo Type
Capacity
Used by


Teaching
Unlocks


Crafting
Recipe
Unlocked through
Repaired using
Repairs
Amount
Repair Speed
Used to craft
Used Gun Parts


Upgrading
Upgrades Into Poured Reinforced Concrete Blocks
Used to upgrade
Used Parts Concrete Mix
Ingredient Time


Cooking
Unlocked through
Used to cook
Cookware Used
Ingredients Used


Electrical
Provides Electrical Power
Requires Electrical Power


Chemistry
Unlocked Through
Used in
Ingredients Used


Scrapping
Scraps into
ScrapIron.pngScrap Iron
ScrapBrass.pngScrap Brass
ScrapLead.pngScrap Lead
ScrapTungsten.pngScrap Tungsten
Cloth.pngCloth Fragment


Forging
Used to forge
Weight (lbs)
Forge Weight (oz)
Material
Combustible
Burn Time


Farming
Crop produced
Seed used
Growth stages
Time to grow
Used to grow
Light Opacity


Obtained through
Creative Menu Yes
Cooking
Crafting Yes
Dismantling
Farming
Forging
Looting
Loot Container
Mining
Scavenging
Scrapping
Upgrading Yes


Versioning
Added
Removed
Updated
Confirmed Alpha 16.2



DescriptionEdit

Concrete Blocks are a craftable building material that is very durable. Zombies can still break it, but it will take a lot of time since it is one of the stronger building materials in the game. Hitting the block will yield 25 Cobblestone Rocks in total. All Concrete Blocks have the same stats.

Block Varieties

The Concrete Blocks comes in a number of different varieties, each with the same durability and features. The only difference is the shape and hit boxes, which may allow you to shoot through them or walk up them. There are rare cases, when a variety has different properties, see Notes below for specific information.

Variety Up-gradable Degradable Craftable
  Concrete Block Yes No No
  Concrete 1/2 Block Yes No No
  Concrete 1/4 Block Yes No No
  Concrete 1/8 Block Yes No No
  Concrete Arch Yes No No
  Concrete Arrow Slit Yes No No
  Concrete Corner Round Yes No No
  Concrete Corner Round Top Yes No No
  Concrete Full Corner Yes No No
  Concrete Inside Corner Yes No No
  Concrete Pillar 100 Yes No No
  Concrete Pillar 50 Yes No No
  Concrete Plate Yes No No
  Concrete Plate Centered Yes No No
  Concrete Pole Yes No No
  Concrete Pole Centered Yes No No
  Concrete Pyramid Yes No No
  Concrete Ramp Yes No No
  Concrete Ramp Corner Yes No No
  Concrete Ramp Corner Filler Yes No No
  Concrete Stairs Yes No No
  Concrete Stairs Corner Yes No No
  Concrete Support Yes No No
  Concrete Wedge Yes No No
  Concrete Wedge Inside Corner Bottom Yes No No
  Concrete Wedge Inside Corner Top Yes No No
  Concrete Wedge Incline Yes No No
  Concrete Wedge Stairs Yes No No
  Concrete Wedge Tip Yes No No
  Concrete Wedge Tip Full Corner Bottom Yes No No
  Concrete Wedge Tip Full Corner Top Yes No No
  Concrete Wedge Tip Stairs Yes No No

NotesEdit


CraftingEdit

CreatingEdit

A Concrete Blocks can not be crafted directly.

UpgradingEdit

A Concrete Blocks can be upgraded to using this recipes:

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  1* Wet Concrete Blocks
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Concrete blocks are now able to be made in the crafting menu similar to adobe, Concrete Blocks can be upgraded from other blocks, including:

UpgradingEdit

Recipes

The following recipes require a Concrete Blocks: (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 Implement Time Book Skill
  Poured Reinforced Concrete Blocks   Concrete Blocks *1,   Concrete Mix *10 - - 0 - -


It is important to note that concrete - when initially upgraded - will be wet and therefore significantly weaker than dry concrete, giving less structural integrity and a lower durability until it eventually dries (over the course of roughly a day). For this reason, temporary supports need to be added when making higher level floors.

ToolEdit

The following tools can be used to upgrade and repair Concrete Blocks.

Tool Durability Type Repair Amount Range Speed Efficiency Repaired with
Base MAX Base MAX
  Claw Hammer 100 600 Construction, Melee 250 2.1 0.5 500 Forged Iron
  Nailgun 200 800 Construction 250 0.25 1000 Repair Kit
  Stone Axe 100 600 Construction, Melee 100 2.1 0.4 250 Small Stone
  Taza's Stone Axe 300 600 Construction, Melee 100 2.1 0.4 250 Small Stone
  Wrench 500 1400 Construction, Melee 350 2 0.4 875 Forged Steel
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