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Sloped Thatch Wall Left
Sloped Thatch Wall Left
A simple thatched sloped wall that insulates the inside from the outside, separates rooms, and provides structural integrity. Used in conjunction with a roof.
Type
Health
1,600
Weight
4.0
Stack size
100
Added in
Required level
Level 5 / 7
Engram points
3 EP
Crafting XP
3.36 XP
Prerequisites
Crafted in
Ingredients

The Sloped Thatch Wall Left provides structure to a building and encloses an area. It is designed to be used with the Sloped Thatch Roof Sloped Thatch Roof.

Construction[]

A Sloped Thatch Wall Left can be placed on any Wooden Foundation Foundation, Wooden Fence Foundation Fence Foundation, Wooden Ceiling Ceiling (with the exception of the Thatch Roof Thatch Roof), or another wall.

Notes[]

  • If a wall is destroyed, any building pieces that rely on it for support will be destroyed as well. If it was destroyed via the demolish option, no resources will be refunded for these extra building pieces.
  • Thatch structures are weak and provide very little defense against attacks by dinosaurs or other players.
  • The Sloped Thatch Wall Left is treated as a thatch structure and can be damaged by anything except non-explosive ranged attacks.


The Thatch Foundation Thatch Foundation, Thatch Wall Thatch Wall, Thatch Doorframe Thatch Doorframe, Thatch Roof Thatch Roof, Sloped Thatch Roof Sloped Thatch Roof, Sloped Thatch Wall Left Sloped Thatch Wall Left, and Sloped Thatch Wall Right Sloped Thatch Wall Right, all share the same paint regions.

 

For more information on Paint Regions and how to use them, please view the Blue Coloring Dye, Paintbrush Paintbrush, or Spray Painter Spray Painter pages.

Core Thatch Structure Set PaintRegion1

Region 1:
Thatch

Core Thatch Structure Set PaintRegion2

Region 2:
Wooden Supports

X mark

Region 3 is not used
for this Object.

X mark

Region 4 is not used
for this Object.

X mark

Region 5 is not used
for this Object.

Core Thatch Structure Set PaintRegion6

Region 6:
Sticks

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