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Building Materials are found throughout the world and can be found in Chests, Floor Loot & mining trees, rocks, walls, cars, and more with the player's harvesting tool. They are used to build walls, floors, stairs & pyramids each costs 10 material of a kind to build. There is only Wood, Stone & Metal materials for now. Each material cap out at 999 in Battle Royale, 500 in Arena, in Creative players can set up their own amount.

Building Materials

Wood
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Max. Stack 999 (500 in Arena)
Stone
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Max. Stack 999 (500 in Arena)
Metal
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Max. Stack 999 (500 in Arena)
Gold
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Max. Stack 5000

Pros & Cons

Wood icon.png Pros Cons
It's the most common material. It's the weakest material to build of.
It fully builds extremely fast. Has a lot of holes throughout the build.
Stone icon.png Pros Cons Easter Egg
Rocks gives you tons of Stone. Rocks are only found in open fields. Sometimes when you build a wall,

a gnome can be find in the middle of the wall.

Though it's very rare.

It has less holes than Wood. Builds pretty slowly.
It has pretty good health. Still gets destroyed instantly by a rocket.
Metal icon.png Pros Cons
It's the strongest material. It is only found in cities and landmarks with cars.
It blocks rockets when it's fully build. The wall will be quite weak after.
It starts with a lot of health. Any gun can easily destroy it when it's not fully built.
It has no holes, which means no one can see you behind. You need to wait for it to be fully built.

Crafting Materials (Chapter 2, Season 6)

Crafting Materials are introduced in Chapter 2, Season 6.

They are used to craft weapons and upgrading them in the process as well.

Mechanical Parts can be found from breaking vehicles(includes non-drive-able vehicles and buses) on the Island, or obtained from NPCs with gold.

Animal Bones can be obtained by killing animals on the island, or obtained from NPCs with gold.

Mechanical Parts
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Max. Stack 999(?)
Materials Cost 4 to craft
Animal Bones
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Max. Stack 999(?)
Materials Cost 4 to craft

Craftable Weapons

Makeshift Weapon Materials Required Crafted Weapons
Makeshift RifleMakeshift Rifle icon.png 4x Mechanical Parts Assault Rifle (More accurate and has first-shot accuracy (FSA))

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Makeshift RifleMakeshift Rifle icon.png 4x Animal Bones Primal Rifle (Higher firerate, less accurate and no FSA)
Makeshift Submachine Gun 4x Mechanical Parts Submachine Gun (Much more accurate)

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Makeshift Submachine Gun 4x Animal Bones Primal SMG (Higher firerate, larger magazine size)
Makeshift Shotgun 4x Mechanical Parts Pump Shotgun (Slower firing, higher damage)

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Makeshift Shotgun 4x Animal Bones Primal Shotgun (Lower damage burst-fire drum-mag shotgun, hybrid of Tactical and Drum Shotgun)
Makeshift Revolver 4x Mechanical Parts Revolver (Slower firing, higher damage)

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Makeshift Revolver 4x Animal Bones Primal Pistol (Lower damage, burst-fire)
Makeshift Bow 4x Mechanical Parts Mechanical Bow (Higher damage but lower firerate)
Makeshift Bow 4x Animal Bones Primal Bow (Higher firerate but lower damage)
Rare Mechanical Bow 2x Shockwave Grenades Mechanical Shockwave Bow (Shockwave Grenade effect but weaker knockback)
Rare Mechanical Bow 6x Grenades Mechanical Explosive Bow (Similar to Boom Bow)
Rare Primal Bow ?x Stink Fishes Primal Stink Bow (Makes Stink Bomb effect(?))
Rare Primal Bow ?x Firefly Jars Primal Flame Bow (Sets things on fire)
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