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Rust Observer Prefab Set 1 1.0.0

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About Rust Observer Prefab Set 1

 

Here is a set of 14 prefabs that can be used generously on your maps. They all have their own height, splat and topology you can use for your terrain.

As we will have more sets in the future, you can keep them organised by dropping their main folder in the "CustomPrefabs" folder inside RustEdit.

All of them are configured to attach to any zipline, depending on their height and distance to other zips.

You can have a visual visit of all the prefabs on this video:
 

########## Enhanced: 

Staircase Elevation 1: can be used attached to your existing monument or simply as a tourist viewpoint.

########## Helipad:

Offshore Helipad Wreck: like the other ocean wrecks, but this one is a small helipad which can attach a zipline if you're close to a monument.

Pipeline Helipad Zipline: Industrial Pipeline Tower that has now a helipad and zipline handler

Powerline D Helipad: The default "Powerline D" wreck is totally pointless... this one is really appropriate on a bandit location!

Rocket Beam Helipad Zipline: This immense tower has a shop and protection day and night.

########## Overpass: 

Overpass Antenna Staired: can be used on train tracks, is a symbol more than anything.

Overpass Compound Train Entrance: The entrance of the Outpost, can be used for train tracks or over a road..

Overpass Electric Station #1: for style and more industrial look on your tracks

Overpass Water Tower: You can add loots here, or keep it as a good sniper position

########## Turbine:

2 regular Wind Turbines with a twist... staircase or ladder, and loot on the very top. Can attach to any zipline

########## Zipline:

Forest Lookout Pipe Tower: very unique look, this tower can host ziplines and is very discreet in forests

Lightpost A Platform 1: Compatible with any industrial location

PowerlinePoleCHighZipline: The original "Powerline Pole C", with a twist... can be used by bandits, hidden in the forests, to avoid visibility, or replacing the Lightpoles on the border of roads.  Well placed, they can be used to have a very long line of ziplines, if they are placed at the same height. As it's a challenging pole, you need to play Ethan Hunt when you arrive at the pole and have to grab the pole back to avoid a fall.

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