Salvaged Axe

Уважаемые игроки, сейчас содержание проекта осуществляется на собственном энтузиазме и средствах небольшой группы альтруистов. Если Вам нравится проект и Вы заинтересованы в его развитии, то у Вас есть возможность помочь сделать наш портал еще качественнее и интереснее.
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Salvaged Axe is quite an expensive tool for gathering resources. Extraction speed for wood is 28 pieces per second, versus the usual 27.7 hatchet. The difference is not very big, but the main advantage of a salvaged axe - it is a very low repair cost. It can also be used as a melee weapon.

Salvaged Axe

Salvaged Axe as a weapon

As a melee weapon

Damage caused by a Salvaged Axe is not so bad for melee weapons:
Damage to the head - 30
Damage to the body - 55
Damage to the arms - 16

Since the 687.80 version, the axe can be thrown, so the strength of the damage is multiplied, and the axe takes the properties of projectile weapons (see "Damage types"). After throwing the axe you can pick up it.

As the raiding tool

An axe has the following damage to buildings:
Twig constructions - 6
Wooden constructions - 5.5
Stone constructions - 0.75
Metal constructions - 0.35
Armored constructions - 0.35

How to make Salvaged axe

At the beginning recipe for the axe is unknown to the player. It can be obtained by using blueprint page or studying the recipe at the research table.

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Salvaged Axe.png Salvaged Axe
Wood.png 50 Wood
Metal Ore.png
Metal Ore.png 250 Metal Ore
No tools are required
Requires Workbench
Requires FurnaceLarge Furnace

To create a homemade axe you will needː 250 metal fragments and 50 wood. Creation takes 120 seconds.


Update Log

  • [30.10.2015] 687.80 Axe can be thrown
  • DPS — Used as a metric in some games to allow the player to determine their offensive power.
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