The DREAM Base For SOLO Players
Our partner Lloydz is back with a new RUST base design, his take of the solo RUST player’s dream base.
This base design uses a series of windows to move through the entry area of the base, allowing for more space in the triangular foundation to be utilized for things like furnaces. Tables are used here in a creative manner that makes moving through the tightly packed area not anywhere as bad as it sounds.
Layered deeper in the base, Lloydz uses a vault technique for extra security, with open access to the tool cupboard. This base’s overall cost and upkeep are on the lower end, considering the size and features of the base.
Here’s a break down of the base’s build cost and upkeep:
Total Build Cost:
- Stones: 16,000
- Wood: 4,800
- Metal Fragments: 5,700
The Upkeep Costs:
- Stones: 2,700
- Wood: 196
- Metal Fragments: 1,000
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What’s going on everybody welcome back to another video.
Now in today’s video I’ve got an epic solo base to show you but firstly if you haven’t already subscribed to my channel hit that sub button and comment down below what bases you want to see as I’ll be doing some bases that you request, anyway that’s enough of me talking let’s jump into the tour.
Jumping straight into the tour, we have a single door followed up by a garage door, here as you can see we have a table and we’re using windows instead of doors.
We have 4 furnaces up here, coming through the second garage door, we have the vault, the way this works is when you go offline place a floor below the ladder, this twig here keeps the floor standing and when you remove it the vault opens up.
Moving on, we have a tier 2 workbench, 3 small boxes, 5 large boxes and a campfire, followed up by the tool cupboard that is inside a window frame.
That’s everything for this video if you enjoyed leave a like and I’ll see you in the next video.