Zip-Line Anchor (Aberration)
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This creature, item, or feature is not yet released in the version on Nintendo Switch.
|Apply onto a Crossbow to fire Zip-Line anchor points. Use two anchor points to complete a Zip-Line, which you can then grab onto|
cheat GFI ZipLine 1 0 0
cheat giveitem "Blueprint'/Game/Aberration/CoreBlueprints/Weapons/PrimalItemAmmo_Zipline.PrimalItemAmmo_Zipline'" 1 0 0
|Required level||Level 31|
|Engram Points||8 EP|
|Crafting XP||0.2 XP|
|Crafted in|| Smithy|
Thorny Dragon Saddle
|Required Stations||Refining Forge|
Resources breakdown [ ]
2 × Stone Arrow
8 × Fungal Wood
100 × Fiber
Construction[edit | edit source]
To create a Zip-Line, load an Anchor into a Crossbow and fire at any surface within a reasonable distance. Immediately afterwards, fire another Anchor at a spot above or below the first Anchor to create the Zip-Line between the two anchors.
When firing the second Anchor, a dot indicates where the zip-line can be created. If the dot is green, a zip-line can be created between the first anchor and the target point, if the dot is red, the zip-line can't be created between these points.
Anchor points can be placed under water but the line cannot be mounted under water. You can use a zipline that has one anchor under water but you are detached from the line upon entering the water, even if using the Zip-Line Motor Attachment .
Usage[edit | edit source]
Your view is fixed in the forward direction and you cannot use weapons while using a zip-line unless you are using the Zip-Line Motor Attachment.
You can jump while on the zip-line to detach and boost yourself upwards. This means that the end of your zip-line can be at the top of the side of a cliff or structure and you can get on top of the cliff or structure.
Creatures on Zip-Lines[edit | edit source]
Ravager can climb on zip-lines, unless the zip-line is too steep (both upwards and downwards). Similarly, Gigantopithecus can climb on zip-lines, but cannot jump towards other nearby zip-lines; it has to be at land to jump onto any climbable zip-lines.
Notes[edit | edit source]
- With the help of the Zip-Line Motor Attachment you can use near-vertical zip-lines to gain altitude for using the Glider Suit