|A large wood and stone gateway that can be used with a gate to keep most dinosaurs in or out.|
|Size||2W × 4H|
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|Required level||Level 18|
|Engram Points||7 EP|
|Crafting XP||48.8 XP|
|Purchased in||Lumber Mill|
|Cost||110 × Cuts|
The Dinosaur Gateway is designed to house the Dinosaur Gate. Together, they provide protection against the outside world and keep dinosaurs contained inside of an area.
Construction[edit | edit source]
A Dinosaur Gateway can be placed directly on the ground, without the need of first placing a Fence/Standard foundation. While it does not snap-fit to foundations or pre-existing walls, it will snap to fence foundations.
A Gate can be placed in the hole and locked to provide a way to restrict access to the area while still allowing you and your dinosaurs a way through.
When placing a Dinosaur Gateway, the direction you face is the opposite direction it will open once a gate is placed inside, meaning that this structure should be placed from the outside of a wall. Note that when using a Fence Foundation to snap the Dinosaur Gateway to a structure, the Fence Foundation determines what direction the gateway faces. The gateway will open out to the left direction of whoever placed the foundation.
Incompatible Creatures[edit | edit source]
These creatures are too large to fit through a Dinosaur Gateway.
- Roll Rat
- Woolly Rhino
Notes/Trivia[edit | edit source]
- The Gateway is 4 Wall Panels high and 2 Wall Panels wide. It fits exactly into a 2x4 hole.
- The Dinosaur Gateway is treated as a wooden structure and can not be damaged by hands, stone weapons, or non-explosive ranged attacks.
- The following aggressive creatures can not damage the Dinosaur Gateway:
- Dung Beetle
- Giant Bee
- Insect Swarm
- Sabertooth Salmon
- Terror Bird
Region 4 is not used
for this Object.
Region 6 is not used
for this Object.