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  1. _senyaa

    Jet Ski

    Version 1.4.5

    937 downloads

    This plugin adds jet skis with customizable physics! Chat Commands /jetski - Spawns jet ski near player (requires jetski.spawn permission) /jetski remove - despawns player's jet ski (requires jetski.despawn permission) /buyjetski - allows player to buy jet ski item and deploy it later (requires jetski.buy permission) Console Commands givejetski <amount> <player name> - give specified amount of jet skis to specified player (can be run in the server console or by player with jetski.admin permission) Admin Chat Commands (requires jetski.admin permission) /jetski_debug - show buoyancy points Each buoyancy point has force and size parameters Permissions jetski.admin - admin permission jetski.spawn - allows players to spawn a jetski via /jetski jetski.buy - allows players to buy jet ski deployable via /buyjetski jetski.free - allows players to use /jetski for free (if price is not 0) jetski.despawn - allows players to despawn a jet ski via /jetski remove Localization English Russian Configuration Example of JetSki.json { "(1.1) Jet ski price (set value to 0 to make it free, use ServerRewards or Economics as a shortname to use RP points or Economics balance respectively)": { "ShortName": "scrap", "Amount": 75, "SkinID": 0 }, "(1.2) Spawn cooldown (in seconds)": 120, "(1.3) Allow only 1 jet ski per player": false, "(1.4) Allow spawning jet skis only on beaches": false, "(1.5) Amount of jet skis /buyjetski command gives": 1, "(1.6) Starting fuel": 0, "(2.1) Allow picking up the jet ski only in building privilege": false, "(2.2) How much HP is reduced when the jet ski is picked up (0-100)": 25.0, "(2.3) Jet ski item name": "Jet Ski", "(2.4) Jet ski item skin ID": 2935987835, "(2.5) Jet ski item ID": 794443127, "(3.1)Make all snowmobiles jet ski": true, "(3.2) Allow Jet ski to drive on land": true, "(4.1) Enable 'boost' button (Left Shift)": false, "(4.2) 'Boost' button thrust": 10000.0, "(4.3) 'Boost' duration (seconds)": 5.0, "(4.4) 'Boost' cooldown (seconds)": 30.0, "(5.1) Engine thrust": 5000, "(5.2) Engine thrust on land": 49, "(5.3) Move slowly on grass or roads": true, "(5.4) Steering scale": 0.05, "(5.5) Automatically flip jet skis": false, "(5.6) Off axis drag": 0.35, "(5.7) Buoyancy force": 730.0, "(6.1) Jet ski prefab": "assets/content/vehicles/snowmobiles/tomahasnowmobile.prefab", "(6.2) Thrust point position": { "x": -0.001150894, "y": 0.055, "z": -1.125 }, "(6.3) Buoyancy points": [ { "Position": { "x": -0.62, "y": 0.09, "z": -1.284 }, "Size": 1.3 }, ... } ] } API BaseEntity SpawnJetski(Vector3 position, Quaternion rotation) Item CreateJetskiItem()
    $16.99
  2. Version 1.2.9

    842 downloads

    Experience the thrill of high-seas plunder with "Tugboat Pirates". Encounter a Tugboat, brimming with NPC pirates protecting their valuable loot. Engage in intense battles, eliminate the captain for an access code, and seize the treasure. Features Tugboat with Pirate NPCs and loot patrols the ocean Kill the captain to get access to the loot room Fully configurable boat interior Boat location marked on the map Fully customizable NPCs (you can even give them rocket launchers in their kits) Event starts automatically (configurable time, can be disabled) Announcements via gametip and/or chat NPC are turret NPC that do not move from their station on the Tugboat Door code of the loot room can be found in the captain's corpse (pirate quotes can be changed in the config) Commands All Commands require the admin permission /tugboatstart - Manually start the event /tugboatstop - Manually end the event Hooks (void) OnTugboatPiratesStarted() // Called when the event has started (void) OnTugboatPiratesEnded() // Called after the event has ended Permissions tugboatpirates.admin - Required to use admin commands Configuration { "Time between events (minutes, set to -1 to disable scheduled events)": 60, "Event duration (seconds)": 3600, "Show toast when event starts": true, "Announce event in chat": true, "Boat leave time before despawning (seconds)": 120, "Time before boat despawn when captain is killed (seconds)": 1200, "Boat configurations": [ { "Location offset (used when spawning multiple boats)": { "x": 0.0, "y": 0.0, "z": 0.0 }, "Npc profile for captain (must be a valid profile)": "captain", "Npc spawn locations and profiles": { "back_right": "pirate_lr", "back_left": "pirate_lr", "upper_front_right": "pirate_lr", "upper_front_left": "pirate_lr", "upper_back_right": "pirate_lr", "upper_back_left": "pirate_lr", "roof_back": "pirate_lr", "entrance_right": "pirate_lr", "entrance_left": "pirate_lr", "roof_right": "pirate_lr", "roof_left": "pirate_lr", "front": "pirate_lr", "right": "pirate_mp5", "left": "pirate_mp5" }, "Interior objects (crates, decoration, etc.)": [ { "Prefab path": "assets/prefabs/deployable/chinooklockedcrate/codelockedhackablecrate.prefab", "Rotation": 180.0, "Position on boat": { "x": 0.0, "y": 2.0, "z": 4.2 }, "Skin id": 1394363785, "Loot profile (only for crates, leave empty for default loot)": "" }, // Removed some lines for readability reasons ] } ], "Npc profiles": { "pirate_lr": { "name": "Pirate", "health": 200.0, "enableRadio": true, "senseRange": 50.0, "visionCone": 135.0, "damageScale": 1.0, "memoryDuration": 60.0, "lootProfile": "pirate", "kit": "", "Clothing items": [ { "shortName": "hat.boonie", "amount": 1, "skinId": 965553937 }, { "shortName": "hoodie", "amount": 1, "skinId": 2984978438 }, { "shortName": "pants", "amount": 1, "skinId": 2984977257 }, { "shortName": "attire.hide.boots", "amount": 1, "skinId": 861468674 } ], "Belt items": [ { "shortName": "rifle.lr300", "amount": 1, "skinId": 0 } ] }, "pirate_mp5": { "name": "Pirate", "health": 150.0, "enableRadio": true, "senseRange": 50.0, "visionCone": 135.0, "damageScale": 1.0, "memoryDuration": 60.0, "lootProfile": "pirate", "kit": "", "Clothing items": [ { "shortName": "hat.boonie", "amount": 1, "skinId": 965553937 }, { "shortName": "hoodie", "amount": 1, "skinId": 2984978438 }, { "shortName": "pants", "amount": 1, "skinId": 2984977257 }, { "shortName": "attire.hide.boots", "amount": 1, "skinId": 861468674 } ], "Belt items": [ { "shortName": "smg.mp5", "amount": 1, "skinId": 0 } ] }, "captain": { "name": "Captain", "health": 100.0, "enableRadio": false, "senseRange": 0.0, "visionCone": 0.0, "damageScale": 1.0, "memoryDuration": 0.0, "lootProfile": "pirate", "kit": "", "Clothing items": [ { "shortName": "hat.boonie", "amount": 1, "skinId": 965553937 }, { "shortName": "tshirt", "amount": 1, "skinId": 811762477 }, { "shortName": "pants.shorts", "amount": 1, "skinId": 849256923 }, { "shortName": "attire.hide.boots", "amount": 1, "skinId": 861468674 } ], "Belt items": [ { "shortName": "mace.baseballbat", "amount": 1, "skinId": 0 } ] } }, "Loot profiles": { "crate_2": [ { "Short name": "scrap", "Min amount": 2, "Max amount": 20, "Chance": 1.0, "Skin id": 0 }, { "Short name": "metal.refined", "Min amount": 4, "Max amount": 8, "Chance": 0.5, "Skin id": 0 }, { "Short name": "gears", "Min amount": 1, "Max amount": 3, "Chance": 0.2, "Skin id": 0 }, { "Short name": "sewingkit", "Min amount": 1, "Max amount": 3, "Chance": 0.2, "Skin id": 0 }, { "Short name": "rope", "Min amount": 1, "Max amount": 3, "Chance": 0.2, "Skin id": 0 }, { "Short name": "sheetmetal", "Min amount": 1, "Max amount": 2, "Chance": 0.2, "Skin id": 0 }, { "Short name": "grenade.molotov", "Min amount": 1, "Max amount": 2, "Chance": 0.1, "Skin id": 0 }, { "Short name": "grenade.f1", "Min amount": 1, "Max amount": 4, "Chance": 0.1, "Skin id": 0 }, { "Short name": "telephone", "Min amount": 1, "Max amount": 1, "Chance": 0.1, "Skin id": 0 }, { "Short name": "multiplegrenadelauncher", "Min amount": 1, "Max amount": 1, "Chance": 0.1, "Skin id": 0 } ], "pirate": [ { "Short name": "scrap", "Min amount": 2, "Max amount": 6, "Chance": 1.0, "Skin id": 0 }, { "Short name": "bottle.vodka", "Min amount": 1, "Max amount": 1, "Chance": 0.7, "Skin id": 0 }, { "Short name": "pistol.eoka", "Min amount": 1, "Max amount": 1, "Chance": 0.2, "Skin id": 0 }, { "Short name": "ammo.handmade.shell", "Min amount": 5, "Max amount": 10, "Chance": 0.2, "Skin id": 0 }, { "Short name": "rope", "Min amount": 1, "Max amount": 3, "Chance": 0.3, "Skin id": 0 }, { "Short name": "sewingkit", "Min amount": 1, "Max amount": 2, "Chance": 0.3, "Skin id": 0 } ] }, "Priate quotes (inluded in captain's note)": [ "If rum can’t fix it, ye are not using enough rum.", "But… why is the rum gone?", "Be who you arrrr...", "All for rum and rum for all!", "Land was created to provide a place for boats to visit.", "If ye can read this ye be stupid." ] }
    $18.99
  3. Version 2.0.0

    16 downloads

    A pack of 5 monuments designed to be placed in the ocean or in a lake. Abandoned Ship – Hijacked Rafts – Lost Containers – Lost Barges – Sunken Treasure These monuments are constantly supported and updated for the current version of the game with all updates! NOTES – If you need support, join my brand new discord server @ discord.gg/TJxwpKT2Ge – You can edit the monuments while placing them. MONUMENTS >>Abandoned Ship – The island is included (Terrain height, Topology, Splat and the decor on it) – Contains recycler, green keycard puzzle, loot >> Hijacked Rafts – The decor around (rock formations) is included. – Scientists have stolen a few rafts from those who tried to leave the island. – Contains loot, ziplines, scientists >> Lost Containers – Some floating loot & containers on the sea, but the real loot is underwater. – Contains a green keycard desk, loot >> Lost Barges – A group of barges lost in the sea, along with a few scientists – Contains loot, green keycard desk, scientists >> Sunken Treasure – The island is included (Terrain height, Topology, Splat and the decor on it) – Custom zipline tower that can be connected to a mainland zipline – Contains green keycard puzzle & loot sunken in the middle of the island
    $19.90
  4. Version 1.0.16

    86 downloads

    Water Bases rust plugin enables players with permissions to construct and expand structures on and underwater without the need for pillars, incorporating vanilla-like mechanics, special features like underwater nettings, and customizable settings for different player tiers. Questions? Support? Join the discord: https://discord.nikhub.dev In short This Rust plugin enables players with the right permissions to construct structures on the water's surface and even extend them below water in a way that feels natural and in keeping with the game's original style. There's no need for tall, unstable pillars reaching down to the seabed; simply place your foundation on the water and use a building plan or hammer to expand it. These aquatic constructions adhere to the same principles of stability, upkeep, and decay as traditional bases on your server but also introduce unique elements like underwater nettings for gathering random items (with fully customizable loot tables) and innovative building techniques. The plugin accommodates various configuration profiles based on permissions, offering an excellent method to reward VIP players across different levels. It grants you control over who is allowed to build on the water, the size of their constructions, their proximity to the shore, and the highest tier of building blocks they can use, among other aspects. Additionally, the plugin is designed to alert players if their construction interferes with the Cargo Ship's route. With the Submarine update on the horizon, it's time to prepare your server for aquatic adventures with Water Bases! Watch the video below to see what water bases are all about. "What about Cargo Ship, will it destroy structures in the way?" By default, players will get a warning if they try to to build a water foundation in the path of the cargo ship, but their water foundation will stay. You can change this setting from "Warn" to "Prevent", and the player won't be able to build it in first place. Changing it to "None" will skip this check. Every ocean path node creates a "bubble" with a configurable radius. See Admin chat commands section below to visualise those bubbles and guide your players to areas where they will be able to build without issues. Quick start (for players and admins) Upload the WaterBases.cs file to your oxide/plugins folder and you should be good to go, it's all plug-and-play. No need to restart your server! Before you can build on water, you need some Water Foundations. Water foundations are re-skinned Inner Tube items (Shortname: innertube / Item ID: -697981032 ; mind the minus sign, it matters!) with a skin ID 2484982352 (https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=2484982352) or 2485021365 (https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=2485021365). That info is just in case you'd like to include those in your own Kits/Server Rewards shops/loot tables/custom crafting plugins. How to obtain those within the plugin? Crafting water base foundations (with Building Planner) By default, all players will be able to craft, deploy, expand and reinforce water foundations. More on the limits and how to change them (how far/close to the shore, min and max depth of the water, how many water foundations allowed per building etc) in the section Advanced Config. When a player equips a Building Plan, a small GUI will show in the bottom right (positions/colours etc can be changed in the config too). There, players will be able to craft deployable water foundations - both square and triangle. Those crafted items will also be consumed when players expand their already deployed foundations or reinforce them. The default permission profile requires a player to be close to a Level 2 Workbench - this requirement can be edited in the config to change the level needed, or you can turn off the need for a workbench altogether, per permission profile. If you don't want your players to be able to craft foundations - so they have to find them/buy them/earn them instead - you can disable it per-profile. In that case, they won't see the GUI. Giving with chat commands (admins only) Type /give_square [amount] or /give_triangle [amount] to give yourself some foundations of that type. If you don't specify an amount, you will only receive 1. Deploying a "starter" foundation on water Go out to the lake/ocean, select the water foundation as your active item and using the doughnut-shaped guide, deploy it on the water surface. After trying to deploy/expand upon an existing water foundation, a couple of checks will be performed according to global config and individual permission profile for that player: Does the player have permission to deploy the first foundation/expand existing one? Is the player building blocked? How far is the player trying to build from shore (based on the map topology)? Too close/too far? How deep is the water where the player is trying to build? Is it too deep/too shallow? Is the player trying to build too close to the path of cargo/Oil Rig? Is the player allowed to have this many water foundations in the building? If all the checks have been successful, a new twig floor, with a stability 100% (like normal foundations) will be built. It will have some indestructible floatation barrels attached to it, partially covering the water foundation's soft side (the bottom). Then, a water foundation can be expanded, upgraded, protected with a Tool Cupboard (like any other buildings, really), or reinforced. Expanding Once you've deployed your first "starter" water foundation, all the subsequent foundations will be placed using vanilla building mechanics - just take a building plan and build some floors neighbouring your water foundation on the sides! If you have enough water foundation items of the required kind in your inventory, those newly placed floors will also turn into water foundations. And they can call be demolished/upgraded, just like normal twig structures, as soon as you place a Tool Cupboard. Expanding a single-sided water foundation requires 1 proper water foundation item, expanding a double sided water foundation (reinforced one) requires two. Reinforcing Reinforcing a water foundation means making it double sided - so it fully covers the soft side AND gives you the ability to build from the surface down, to the seabed/lakebed! To reinforce, make sure a built water foundation is fully repaired, and them hit it with a hammer. If you have a required water foundation item in your inventory, it will be consumed and the foundation will be reinforced: you will see another floor with floatation barrels attached upside down. If you try to expand a reinforced foundation (by attaching a floor at the bottom, reinforced side) and there's no water foundation above it (normal orientation), it will try to create one, provided you have enough items in your inventory. Reinforcements (upside down water foundations) are always associated with the water foundation they're attached to and cannot exist on their own - if you destroy the water foundation, its reinforcement will be destroyed too. However, destroying the reinforcement will not destroy is water foundation. Upgrading Water base structures Building blocks inside your water bases have certain tier limits associated with them - it's to help balance things out. By default, non-VIP and non-admin players will be able to upgrade water foundations to sheet metal tier, floor frames and wall frames to stone tier, and everything else (including walls, floors and reinforcement foundations) to wood tier. You can easily decide which permission profile has which max tier (per type of building block) in the config. Water Base exclusive features Because water foundations are treated as floors with the stability of a foundation, you can place roofs at "ground level", which is not possible with normal foundations! Similarly, you can leave a "hole" where a water foundation would be and place a floor frame with a hatch instead - now you can enter your base from the bottom, underwater! Reinforcing a water foundation means you'll be able to build down from the surface to the bottom of the water to create extra layers of protection, or... Nettings deployed in wall frames underwater will collect random junk items with editable loot tables, including fish and diving equipment! This feature is heavily configurable and can even be disabled. But also Sharks! Read just below. NEW IN 1.0.5: Beware the Netting Sharks! If enabled, Sharks will randomly spawn around Nettings underwater. Especially ones that have accumulated a lot of items, but only if there's at least 1 player within the distance of 100 meters from the Netting. As soon as the first item is caught in an empty Netting, a random silent timer will be set. Every additional item spawning reduces the timer left by a certain percentage (default by 8%). When it hits 0, AND local/global Netting Shark population limits haven't yet been reached (all in the config), a Shark will spawn somewhere near that Netting. The sharks have a configurable aggro distance and multipliers for speed and health. They will linger around the position of the netting that attracted them and try to pursue anyone in sight. Harvesting a Netting Shark corpse with a proper tool will yield some free items from its entrails - by default 5 times more than you'd normally get from a netting full of items from the default loot tables. Of course the default Shark loot tables in the config are, just like the Netting loot tables, completely configurable - check the config section below. All in all, it's like any other base... just on water, without annoying seafloor supports. The stability of the water foundation is always 100% and goes down the higher you built. The stability of a reinforcement foundation also starts at 100% and goes down the deeper towards the seafloor you build. All the decaying things (walls, floors, doors etc) will require appropriate upkeep materials in the Tool Cupboard. Structures can be repaired, demolished, upgraded and removed using plugins. Bases can be raided, taken over or left to decay. Water Bases Permissions (Oxide.Grant user YourName [permission name starting with waterbases.]) By default, the plugin generates 3 permission profiles in the config - one for admins, one for normal players with no specific permissions (default) and one for VIP. More on permission profiles and config values they can handle can be found in the section Advanced Config. Unless you have added more permission profiles, only these two below are going to be used by your config: waterbases.admin Holders of the admin permission will also be able to run the /wb_cfg, /give_square and /give_triangle commands. Also, by default, they will be associated with the permission profile that has no limits on placing water foundations. waterbases.vip1 Holders of this permission will follow settings and limits associated with with that permission profile. The permissions below are also registered, but not used by default. To use them, just create some permission profiles with those permissions as the key. waterbases.vip2 waterbases.vip3 waterbases.vip4 waterbases.vip5 Admin chat commands (must have ownerid/moderatorid/waterbases.admin permission) /give_square [optional arg: amount of items to receive] Will give the player a given amount of square-shaped water foundations. If no amount is provided, only 1 will be received. /give_triangle [optional arg: amount of items to receive] Will give the player a given amount of triangle-shaped water foundations. If no amount is provided, only 1 will be received. /draw_cargo This will draw a "bubble" (only for you, not every player) around every path node, and the bubble's radius will be taken from your config. If a player tries building inside one of these bubbles, they might get a warning or get prevent from doing so (because cargo ship destroys all structures in its way). Useful to visualise where your players can and cannot build, based on the cargo ship path. /shore_distance This will show you the current distance from the shore, to help you decide how close to/far from the shore to allow players to build. The unit used by Rust to measure shore distance is not in meters, it's something roughly equivalent to 1/10th of a map grid length. Mind you though, it's based off of the map's topology, so it should be fine on procgens, but if you have a custom map without topology layers reflecting the actual shoreline, you might want to disable relying on shore distance in your config. Admin console / chat command This command will work both from the chat (in that case, prefix it with a forward slash / ) and the console, (F1 or server/RCON console). Running this command as a player will require the waterbases.admin permission for players that are not moderatorid/ownerid enabled. wb.give [square/triangle] [partial player name or full steam ID] If a player executes it in the chat or console in-game and they don't specify a recipient, it will be given to the player executing this command. Executing from the server console requires specifying the player. Configuration (oxide/config/WaterBases.json and /wb_cfg chat command) Vast majority of the settings can be configured with the /wb_cfg chat command. Typing it in the chat with no parameters should dump a rundown of config fields and their values. In order to run any of the config commands, you will need to have ownerid or moderatorid (or the waterbases.admin permission). /wb_cfg RelyOnShoreDistance [logical values (true or false)] /wb_cfg GlobalOceanLevelCheckBeforePlacing [logical values (true or false)] /wb_cfg GlobalOceanLevelBaseline [fractions (like 1.2345) between -1000.00 and 1000.00] /wb_cfg CargoShipPathHandling ["Warn", "Prevent" or "None"] /wb_cfg MinDistanceFromCargoShipNode [fractions (like 1.2345) between 0.00 and 10000.00] /wb_cfg UnderwaterNetsCollectJunk [logical values (true or false)] /wb_cfg UnderwaterNetsRandomTimerMin [fractions (like 1.2345) between 0.00 and 10000.00] /wb_cfg UnderwaterNetsRandomTimerMax [fractions (like 1.2345) between 0.00 and 10000.00] /wb_cfg UnderwaterNetsItemLimit [integers (like 12345) between 0 and 100] /wb_cfg UnderwaterNetsSpawnSharks [logical values (true or false)] /wb_cfg UnderwaterNetsSharkRandomTimerMin [fractions (like 1.2345) between 1.00 and 100000.0] /wb_cfg UnderwaterNetsSharkRandomTimerMax [fractions (like 1.2345) between 1.00 and 100000.0] /wb_cfg UnderwaterNetsSharkTimerShortenByPercent [fractions (like 1.2345) between 1.00 and 100000.0] /wb_cfg UnderwaterNetsSharkSpawningMinDistance [fractions (like 1.2345) between 2.00 and 100000.0] /wb_cfg UnderwaterNetsSharkSpawningMaxDistance [fractions (like 1.2345) between 2.00 and 100000.0] /wb_cfg UnderwaterNetsSharkPopulationLimitLocal [integers (like 12345) between 0 and 1000] /wb_cfg UnderwaterNetsSharkPopulationLimitGlobal [integers (like 12345) between 0 and 1000] /wb_cfg UnderwaterNetsSharkSleepDespawnTimer [fractions (like 1.2345) between 2.00 and 100000.0] /wb_cfg UnderwaterNetsSharkHealthMultiplier [fractions (like 1.2345) between 0.001 and 100.0] /wb_cfg UnderwaterNetsSharkSpeedMultiplier [fractions (like 1.2345) between 0.001 and 100.0] /wb_cfg UnderwaterNetsSharkAggroRange [fractions (like 1.2345) between 0.001 and 100.0] /wb_cfg SharkHarvestingLootEnabled [logical values (true or false)] /wb_cfg GuiNEW1AnchorMinX [fractions (like 1.2345) between 0.00 and 1.00] /wb_cfg GuiNEW2AnchorMinY [fractions (like 1.2345) between 0.00 and 1.00] /wb_cfg GuiNEW3AnchorMaxX [fractions (like 1.2345) between 0.00 and 1.00] /wb_cfg GuiNEW4AnchorMaxY [fractions (like 1.2345) between 0.00 and 1.00] /wb_cfg GuiNEW5OffsetMinX [fractions (like 1.2345) between 0.00 and 1.00] /wb_cfg GuiNEW6OffsetMinY [fractions (like 1.2345) between 0.00 and 1.00] /wb_cfg GuiNEW7OffsetMaxX [fractions (like 1.2345) between 0.00 and 1.00] /wb_cfg GuiNEW8OffsetMaxY [fractions (like 1.2345) between 0.00 and 1.00] /wb_cfg GuiTextSize [integers (like 12345) between 0 and 100] /wb_cfg GuiButtonColor [hexadecimal numbers WITHOUT preceding # (like 3db4b3)] /wb_cfg GuiTextColor [hexadecimal numbers WITHOUT preceding # (like 3db4b3)] /wb_cfg GuiButtonAlpha [fractions (like 1.2345) between 0.00 and 1.00] /wb_cfg GuiTextAlpha [fractions (like 1.2345) between 0.00 and 1.00] /wb_cfg EnableBarrelEntities [logical values (true or false)] Advanced config (only editable through oxide/config/WaterBases.json) Water foundation crafting cost Here you can adjust how much it costs to craft water foundations. Make it more expensive, less expensive, or add/remove required materials. The cost will stay the same for all permission profiles. A full list of short names for items can be found at https://www.corrosionhour.com/rust-item-list/ "CraftingCostSquare": [ { "Shortname": "wood", "Amount": 100 }, { "Shortname": "metal.fragments", "Amount": 200 } ], "CraftingCostTriangle": [ { "Shortname": "wood", "Amount": 50 }, { "Shortname": "metal.fragments", "Amount": 100 } ], Shortname should belong to one of the available items in-game. The amount should be a whole number larger than 0 and smaller than the limit of a signed 32-bit integer (2 147 483 647). Permission profiles Using profiles you can quickly create/edit different permissions for different players, for example, if you have more than 1 VIP tier on your server - just add some new profiles. Different players can have different limits and permissions associated with building water bases. To check which permission profile the player should fall under, the plugin goes through all permission profiles and checks whether the player has that permission granted. The permissions are checked in order, meaning that if the player doesn't have the first permission, it will try the next permission on the list, etc (similar to how Auto Kits checks which kit to give to a player based on their permissions in order). If the player doesn't have any permissions from the list granted, they will fall back to the "default" profile. That's the only one that you shouldn't remove! If you remove it, a new one with default values will be created. So if you don't want your default, non-VIP players to build water bases, don't remove the default profile, just take away privileges in that profile (like deploying/expanding/reinforcing). You don't have to use the built-in VIP permissions - any permission from any plugin will do just fine! By default, three permission profiles are generated in the config: default, waterbases.admin and waterbases.vip1. The default permission profile will apply to any player who doesn't have any permissions listed in the profile list - let's have a look at it: "PermissionProfiles": { "default": { "PermissionRequired": "default", "MaxBuildingGradeGeneric": "Wood", "MaxBuildingGradeFrames": "Stone", "MaxBuildingGradeWaterFoundations": "Metal", "WaterDepthMin": 2.0, "WaterDepthMax": 100.0, "MaxWaterFoundationsPerBuilding": 25, "MinDistanceFromOilrig": 200.0, "MinDistanceFromShore": 2.0, "MaxDistanceFromShore": 20.0, "CanDeployWaterFoundations": true, "CanReinforceWaterFoundations": true, "CanExpandWaterFoundations": true, "CanExpandReinforcedFoundations": true, "CanCraftWaterFoundations": true, "RequireMaterialsForCrafting": true, "WorkbenchLevelRequired": 2.0, "CanDeployUnderwaterNets": true, } PermissionRequired should contain an already existing permission registered by any plugin in the form of pluginname.permissionname MaxBuildingGradeGeneric, MaxBuildingGradeFrames andMaxBuildingGradeWaterFoundations define the highest allowed grade for a particular part of a water base. Generic means anything that's not a water foundation or a door/floor frame (that includes normal floors, walls, half walls, and inverse foundations). For those 3 settings, the accepted options are "Twigs", "Wood", "Stone", "Metal" or "TopTier". Set all of them to "TopTier" if you don't want any tier limits on water bases. WaterDepthMin and WaterDepthMax define the allowed range for water depth when placing water foundations - to make sure that certain players are not building in water that is too shallow/too deep. The unit meters. MaxWaterFoundationsPerBuilding is what it sounds like it will prevent a player under this permission profile from adding more water foundations to a water base, limiting their size. Set to a large value like 100000 for virtually no limits. MinDistanceFromOilrig will define the minimum distance from the closest oilrig (in meters) that has to be respected before placing a water foundation down. Decrease to let players build closer, increase to make them build farther away. MinDistanceFromShore and MaxDistanceFromShore both rely on your map topology. If you're sure that you're quite close to the shore, but the /shore_distance command shows you ridiculous values, it means your map does not have the topology map painted properly (contact the map dev and let them know!). In that case, you should set the RelyOnShoreDistance option in the config to false and instead rely on water depth (if shore distance is enabled, it will rely on both). The unit here is not a meter, but roughly 1/10th of a map grid (around 15 meters). CanDeployWaterFoundations if set to true, will allow players using this profile to deploy newly started foundations (using the doughnut guide, provided they have a properly shaped water foundation item to be consumed). CanReinforceWaterFoundations if set to true, will allow players using this profile to reinforce water foundations by hitting them with a hammer (provided they have a properly shaped water foundation item to be consumed). CanExpandWaterFoundations if set to true, will allow players using this profile to build more water foundations upon already existing ones by placing neighboring floors with their building plan (provided they have a properly shaped water foundation item to be consumed). CanExpandReinforcedFoundations if set to true, will allow players using this profile to attach a floor to the side of a reinforcement foundation - and as long as they have 2 water foundation items in their inventory, they will expand that reinforced foundation along with its water foundation. CanCraftWaterFoundations if set to true, will allow players using this profile to craft water foundations using a GUI in the bottom-right (showing while a Building Plan is equipped). Profiles with this setting set to false won't display those GUIs and players will have to find other ways of obtaining water foundations (loot, kits, server rewards etc). RequireMaterialsForCrafting if set to true, players using this profile will need to have required crafting materials in their inventory when trying to craft a Water Foundation. If set to false, the player will be able to craft an infinite amount of water foundations for free, so use them with caution. WorkbenchLevelRequired Set to 0.0 (no workbench nearby required), 1.0 (Level 1 required), 2.0 (Level 2 required) or 3.0 (Level 3 required) for crafting Water Foundations. CanDeployUnderwaterNets if set to true, players will be able to deploy nettings in underwater wall frames. Those settings will slowly accumulate underwater junk items if the feature is enabled on your server - look below for the loot table configuration. Underwater junk & Netting Shark loot tables If you have not disabled underwater nets collecting junk, this is where you can adjust the kind and rarity of certain items. You can even remove entries and add your own, including a custom skin and item name! A "loot table" is perhaps not the right term, as the list contains individual chances of a "caught" item being of a particular kind. There can be only 1 item caught at a time, and the table defines random weights for every possible entry. The larger the weight (compared to the sum of all weights), the bigger chance of encountering a particular item. So if you have 10 entries and each of them have a weight of 1, each item will have an equal 10% chance of being one of the random entries in the list (as the weights sum up to 10). Thus you can have some items really common, and some of them really rare. Here are 2 sample entries from the list: { "Shortname": "innertube", "CustomName": null, "SkinID": 2484982352, "RandomChanceWeight": 1.0, "MinRandomAmount": 1, "MaxRandomAmount": 1 }, { "Shortname": "innertube", "CustomName": null, "SkinID": 2485021365, "RandomChanceWeight": 1.0, "MinRandomAmount": 1, "MaxRandomAmount": 1 }, Shortname is the most important bit - make sure it's correct! You can find a link to a full list of those names above. CustomName lets you give items caught in the netting different names. You can leave that null to leave a default item name. In this example, the two items are water foundations - the proper name for those items will be applied automatically by the plugin anyway. Whatever you type there, make sure to encompass it in quotes, like "CustomName": "My Custom Item Name" if it's not null! SkinID is pretty self-explanatory - it's the long number in the URL of a Steam Workshop item. By default, it's 0 (no skin). RandomChanceWeight lets you decide the item's rarity when spawning - relative to the rarity of other items. Increase or decrease this number (it can be fractional) to make the item more or less rare. MinRandomAmount and MaxRandomAmount are what they sound like - they should both be larger than 0 (whole numbers) and when that particular item is caught, the stack will contain an amount between these two numbers. Translation support (oxide/lang/en/WaterBases.json) Almost every string the players see, including names for the water foundation items and messages displaying in the chat and the GUI, can be edited. Just load the plugin and let it generate the file - after you edit it, reload the plugin.
    $29.99
  5. Answer

    Serene Isle

    Version 1.0.0

    6 downloads

    In the distant future, a once-glorious island is now a testament to the relentless march of time and nature's fury. Iconic vanilla monuments have crumbled, succumbed to the forces of erosion, or disappeared beneath rising waters. The Cobalt Corporation has embarked on a grand mission to restore the island's former glory, beginning with the ambitious development of Bradley City. Whispers among the island's inhabitants speak of a daring legend: In a desperate bid to thwart the Cobalt Corporation's plans, a group of rebels supposedly rigged the foundations of the old vanilla monuments with powerful explosives. Their aim was to inflict maximum damage and send a clear message of resistance against the corporate takeover. This map brings the ocean to life with floating, flooded, and sunken monuments, creating a dynamic and captivating underwater world. The mainland features a stunning landscape, highlighted by a majestic mountain visible from every corner of the map. Players will have to explore and scavenge the ruins of old vanilla monuments, and conquer the new city monuments. Size: 2500 Prefab count: ∼7300 NOTES – Need help? You can always contact me on my discord server @ discord.gg/TJxwpKT2Ge – The password for the editor is included with the map. FEATURES - Sunken monuments for players to explore & loot with submarines / diving tanks - Mountain is covered in fumes, preventing players from roof camping - Bandit Fishing Village contains the best from both outpost and bandit camp - Enhanced desert biome - Buildable bus stops - Sunken monuments are fully functional (loot, puzzles, recyclers) - Recyclers and marketplaces at fishing villages - Ring Road - Custom Bridges - Low prefab count (High FPS) CUSTOM MONUMENTS - Launch site ruins - Bradley City - Train yard ruins - Gas station ruins - Green City - 2 Lighthouse ruins (ocean monument) - Lost shipment (ocean monument) - Broken bridge (unmarked, next to flooded gas station) - Dry Lake (build spot) - Sunken Stone Quarry - Sunken Sulfur Quarry - Sunken Water Treatment (underground tunnels and sewers are closed) - Flooded Gas Station - Sunken HQM Quarry - Sunken Power Plant (underground tunnels and sewers are closed) VANILLA MONUMENTS - Supermarket - Lighthouse - Ferry Terminal - Harbors - Oxum Gas Station - Airfield - Caves - Fishing Villages - Satelite Dish - Underwater Lab - Small Oil Rig - Large Oil Rig
    $31.90
  6. Version 1.0.0

    4 downloads

    A bundle of 5 custom monuments designed to be placed on the ocean or in a lake. These monuments are constantly supported and updated for the current version of the game with all updates! NOTES – If you need support, I'm most active on my discord server @ discord.gg/TJxwpKT2Ge – You can edit any monument while placing it. MONUMENT FEATURES > Lost Cargoship Prototype - Monument Lore: This prototype of the well-known cargoship suffered an engine malfunction and the scientists aboard have been stranded for a while. - Recycler, balanced loot, scientists - Green Keycard Puzzle > Cobalt Sea Tower - Monument Lore: This sea tower is used by the cobalt corporation to store records, data & emergency resources in the secret vault underneath. - Players will have to input the fuse at the top of the tower and come down to the vault door to swipe a green keycard. - Recycler, balanced loot, scientists - Green keycard vault > Scientist Raft - Monument Lore: A group of scientists decided building a raft and living on the sea would be a better idea than work. relatable - Recycler, balanced loot, scientists > Lost quarry shipment - Monument Lore: The tugboats and barges were sabotaged and now the scientists are stranded and slowly sinking. - Scientists, balanced loot, stone, sulfur & metal ores - Sunken containers and underwater loot > Lighthouse ruin - Floating junkpiles, underwater rock formations with sunken loot
    $23.90
  7. Version 1.0.2

    13 downloads

    This monument can be use as a nice ocean monument on its own or on smaller maps as a space saving replacement for satellite dish. Green card puzzle & loot as well as recycler, and blue card spawn. Perfect for any maps of any size for a early game monument. Quick Start Extract the zip file into your RustEdit install folder. Start Rust Edit. Click on Prefabs at the top & open up your Prefab List. Under the Custom category you will now find RobJs Premium Prefabs. Double click on the prefab file and it will spawn it into the map for you. Drag it to the general area you want to place it and click on Snap To Terrain Apply the Height Mask, Topology Mask, and Splat Mask. Contact And Help If you need to contact me discord is best: RobJ2210#2553 For help/support my discord group is best: Join RustMaps Discord
    $12.99
  8. Version 1.0.4

    39 downloads

    This monument is based on the real world Maunsell Army Sea Forts at Red Sands and in this game version its purpose is unknown and occupied by the underwater dwellers but mysteriously the scientists are also present and this has never been seen before the two factions cooperating but on what and why? NPC’s This monument comes with built-in NPC’s that are powered by an included plug-in. If you do not wish to use the built-in bots simply do not install the plug-in and add your own bots at your leisure Quick Start Extract the zip file into your RustEdit install folder. Start Rust Edit. Click on Prefabs at the top & open up your Prefab List. Under the Custom category, you will now find RobJs Premium Prefabs. Double click on the prefab file and it will spawn it into the map for you. Drag it to the general area you want to place it and click on Snap To Terrain Align the ocean level to the water junkpiles Apply the Topology Mask Contact And Help If you need to contact me discord is best: RobJ2210#2553 For help/support my discord group is best: Join RustMaps Discord
    $18.99
  9. Version 1.0.2

    22 downloads

    It is a large kit of underwater railway modular parts designed for you to easily add submerged railways to any map by simply snapping each part into place. Parts are available in twin railway lines. It took me so long to complete and I am pleased that it has finally been released. known issues: Sometimes a fish swims into the tunnel and you turn right to go left on the split track I will be adding more parts and snap-on decor packs to this in the coming weeks. Tunnels ~ UnderWater Moonpool 3x36 (Twin).prefab UnderWater Diver Access 3x 18 (Twin).prefab UnderWater 3x18 (Twin).prefab UnderWater 3x36 (Twin).prefab UnderWater 3x72 (Twin).prefab Underwater Bend 45 (Twin).prefab Underwater Smooth Incline Bottom (Twin).prefab Underwater Smooth Incline Top (Twin).prefab UnderWater Entrance 3x54 (Twin).prefab UnderWater 3x47 Siding (Twin).prefab UnderWater Split 3x72 (Twin).prefab UnderWater 3x47 Build Area (Twin).prefab UnderWater End 3x36 (Twin).prefab UnderWater Tunnel Ventilation 3x18 (Twin).prefab UnderWater Switch 3x54 (Twin).prefab UnderWater Blast Door Auto 3x18 (Twin).prefab UnderWater 3x216 (Twin).prefab UnderWater 3x144 (Twin).prefab UnderWater Entrance To Land (Twin).prefab UnderWater Legless 3x72 (Twin).prefab UnderWater Legless 3x18 (Twin).prefab UnderWater Legless 3x18 (Twin).prefab Snap-ons ~ Diver Access Gear Locker.prefab Tunnel NPC Guards.prefab Blastdoor Checkpoint Guards.prefab Build Zone Locomotive Spawn.prefab Build Zone Workcart Spawn.prefab Lights 2 3x18.prefab Build Zone S.prefab Build Zone L.prefab Build Zone M.prefab Repair Team End 3x36.prefab Hydraulic Seal Open.prefab Workcart Spawns End 3x36.prefab Sunken Tug End 3x36.prefab Sunken Tug+Loot End 3x36.prefab Leaks+Sparks End 3x36.prefab Hydraulic Seal Closed.prefab Backup Air Supply.prefab Overgrown Ocean Plants.prefab Moonpool Duo Sub Guard+loot 3x36.prefab Moonpool Duo Sub 3x36.prefab Moonpool Solo Sub Guard+loot 3x36.prefab Moonpool Solo Sub 3x36.prefab
    $38.99
  10. Version 1.0.5

    46 downloads

    Welcome to my newly built nuclear attack submarine monument at 125m long with two large decks for you to explore and battle on as you make your way through the tight and twisting corridors, finding mid-to-high loot along the way, and solving puzzles that require green, blue, and red cards to go deeper into the sub and eventually escape with your life and loot. NPC’s This monument has built-in NPC’s powered by an included plug-in. If you do not wish to use the built-in bots simply do not install the plug-in and add your own bots at your leisure Quick Start Extract the zip file into your RustEdit install folder. Start Rust Edit. Click on Prefabs at the top & open up your Prefab List. Under the Custom category, you will now find RobJs Premium Prefabs. Double-click on the prefab file, which will spawn it into the map for you. Drag it to the general area you want to place it and click on Snap To Terrain Apply the Height Mask, Topology Mask, and Splat Mask. Contact And Help If you need to contact me discord is best: RobJ2210#2553 For help/support my discord group is best: Join RustMaps Discord
    $22.99
  11. Answer

    Sea City

    Version 1.4

    14 downloads

    A city taken over by scientists. Designed to be placed in the ocean or in a lake. (can also be easily adjusted to be placed on the mainland) This monument is constantly supported and updated for the current version of the game with all updates! NOTES – If you need support, you can find me on my discord server @ discord.gg/TJxwpKT2Ge – You can edit the monument while placing it. FEATURES – Chinook drop zone point (chinook can drop the crate here just like at vanilla monuments) – Can be connected to the underground tunnels – Recycler, Blue keycard puzzle, scientists, loot – Ziplines
    $19.90
  12. Version 1.0.0

    1 download

    Fear of the deep sea? Now you can overcome it with this wonderful window to the ocean. Stand out on your server with Underwater Train Station, an underwater train station with access to the subway tunnel. - Contains: NPCS, Loot, Puzzles and a nice decoration. - Tip: You can remove the train tracks and put your own custom ones (Existing tracks can serve as a guide, or if you prefer you can keep them as they are fully functional).
    $12.90
  13. Version 1.3.1

    502 downloads

    Allows helicopters to float in water. Features Allows Minicopters, Scrap Transport Helicopters, and Attack Helicopters to float in water Optionally requires vehicle owner or pilot permission for vehicles to be buoyant Configurable number, position and rotation of optional decorative inner tubes Configurable number, position, size and force of buoyancy points Configurable underwater drag for when crashing through the water's surface API and hooks allow for more powerful integrations How it works By default, all Minicopters, Scrap Transport Helicopters, and Attack Helicopters will be buoyant, with decorative inner tubes. The inner tubes are indestructible and cannot be picked up. When flying at low to moderate velocity, you can simply land on water and dismount. When flying at high velocity, you may crash through the water's surface, causing the engine to shut off. The vehicle will then slowly rise to the water's surface. You may run out of oxygen if you choose to stay in the vehicle while waiting for it to surface. While piloting a helicopter on the water's surface, you cannot drive it like on ground, but you can turn it in place by holding the down key and pressing left or right. While the decorative inner tubes are configured to be dynamic, they will appear shortly after touching water, and they will disappear a few seconds after leaving water. Permissions This plugin uses the permission system. To assign a permission, use oxide.grant <user or group> <name or steam id> <permission>. To remove a permission, use oxide.revoke <user or group> <name or steam id> <permission>. Optionally, you may require that either the vehicle owner or most recent pilot have permission, in order for the vehicle to be buoyant. To do so, set "Require permission": true for the corresponding vehicle type in the configuration. buoyanthelicopters.owner.minicopter -- Minicopters will be buoyant if owned by a player with this permission. buoyanthelicopters.pilot.minicopter -- Minicopters will be buoyant if the current (or most recent pilot, if no current pilot) has this permission. buoyanthelicopters.owner.scraptransport -- Scrap Transport Helicopters will be buoyant if owned by a player with this permission. buoyanthelicopters.pilot.scraptransport -- Scrap Transport Helicopters will be buoyant if the current (or most recent pilot, if no current pilot) has this permission. buoyanthelicopters.owner.attackhelicopter -- Attack Helicopters will be buoyant if owned by a player with this permission. buoyanthelicopters.pilot.attackhelicopter -- Attack Helicopters will be buoyant if the current (or most recent pilot, if no current pilot) has this permission. Note: If you want to use ownership-based permission, you must be aware that helicopters do not have ownership in vanilla Rust, so for it to work, you must install a plugin which grants vehicle ownership. For example, Vehicle Vendor Options, Claim Vehicle, Vehicle Deployed Locks, Spawn Mini, and Vehicle License all have features which relate to vehicle ownership. If you don't want to deal with vehicle ownership, you can use the pilot-based permissions instead. Configuration The settings and options can be configured in the BuoyantHelicopters file under the config directory. The use of an editor and validator is recommended to avoid formatting issues and syntax errors. Admin debug (true or false) -- Determines whether debug info is shown to nearby admins when a helicopter becomes buoyant. This helps with configuring the buoyancy points. Default: false. The Minicopter, Scrap Transport Helicopter, and Attack Helicopter sections have the following options. Enabled (true or false) -- Determines whether the vehicle type supports buoyancy. Default: true. Require permission (true or false) -- Determines whether the vehicle type requires the vehicle owner or most recent pilot to have permission in order for the vehicle to be buoyant. Default: false. Note: Helicopters do not have ownership in vanilla Rust. If you enable this option, you must install and configure another plugin which grants vehicle ownership. Underwater drag -- Determines how much drag buoyant vehicles have while underwater. Raising this will reduce the speed at which vehicles sink and rise. If you change this value, you will probably also need to adjust the force of each buoyancy point. Default: 2. Buoyancy points -- List of buoyancy points. Position -- Determines the position of the buoyancy point, relative to the vehicle origin. Size -- Determines the size of the buoyancy point. Default: 2. Force -- Determines how much force is applied at the buoyancy point. Decoration Enabled (true or false) -- Determines whether the buoyancy point has a decorative inner tube. Dynamic (true or false) -- Determines whether the decorative inner tube will be displayed only when touching water (and a short time after touching water). Position -- Determines the position of the decorative inner tube, relative to the vehicle origin. Prefab -- Determines the prefab of the decorative inner tube. Default: assets/prefabs/misc/summer_dlc/inner_tube/innertube.deployed.prefab. Rotation angles -- Determines the rotation of the decorative inner tube. Developer API API_IsBuoyant bool API_IsBuoyant(BaseEntity heli) Returns true if the helicopter is buoyant, else returns false. API_AddBuoyancy void API_AddBuoyancy(BaseEntity heli) Makes the helicopter buoyant if it's not already. API_RemoveBuoyancy void API_RemoveBuoyancy(BaseEntity heli) Makes the helicopter not buoyant. Developer Hooks OnVehicleBuoyancyAdd object OnVehicleBuoyancyAdd(BaseEntity heli) Called when buoyancy is about to be added to a helicopter. Return false to cancel. OnVehicleBuoyancyAdded void OnVehicleBuoyancyAdded(BaseEntity heli) Called after buoyancy has been added to a helicopter. OnVehicleBuoyancyRemoved void OnVehicleBuoyancyRemoved(BaseEntity heli) Called after buoyancy has been removed from a helicopter.
    $7.50
  14. Version 1.0.0

    7 downloads

    An old vessel hideout that was taken over by scientists. This monument is constantly supported and updated for the current version of the game with all updates! NOTES – If you need support, join my brand new discord server @ discord.gg/TJxwpKT2Ge – You can edit the monument while placing it. FEATURES – This monument is designed to be placed in the ocean, or in a lake. – Each ship contains 1 container that can be unlocked by key card. (There’s 3 green keycard containers, each having 1 military crate inside. The ship inside the cave contains a blue keycard container that has an elite crate) – Terrain and splat masks are included. – Contains loot, scientists, recycler
    $14.90
  15. Version 61 140822

    15 downloads

    This Atoll is a direct replacement for Bandit Camp for use at sea. It is build around a large fishing village, has all the features of the traditional bandit camp and plenty of loot within its walls for the hard up Air wolf, vending machines, gambling, recyclers, workbenches, its all here. A great way to reduce the space used on a map
    $9.98
  16. Version 1.0.0

    7 downloads

    Murderers Fan Boat / Air Boat - Those dang country maniacs are at it again with their contraptions this time fashioning an Air Boat to steal supplies from unsuspecting simple sea folk. Small Lootable monument for your players to discover. populate oceans, marshes and rivers with it adding an alternative place to find fuel and tech offshore [Building Blocked] puzzle -none Loot 1 yellow barrels 1 blue barrels 2 diesel barrels 1 toolbox 1 normal green crate 1 tech crate 4 oil barrels no npc's
    $2.99
  17. Version 1.0.0

    6 downloads

    This prefab is a small pirate cabin built on a cliff in the ocean. This prefab is only the model and does not include any terrain, biome or splat modifiers. Here's what you can expect to get: A highly detailed interior. Highly detailed exterior. Attention placed below the water as well with underwater decorations and crates. Does not use objects that do not fit the theme. Extremely detailed individual assets (ship in a bottle, shelf holders, small decorations, etc.) Any future updates for this product will be free of charge.
    $4.99
  18. Version 1.0.3

    47 downloads

    Welcome to my Russian Submarine Monument at 87m long with 2 decks to explore with mid to high-end loot and various puzzle levels from blue to red you can visit soon as you think you're ready for a fight. Can be used underwater and on the surface (See Install Video). Prefabs: 2621 Quick Start Extract the zip file into your RustEdit install folder. Start Rust Edit. Click on Prefabs at the top & open up your Prefab List. Under the Custom category you will now find RobJs Premium Prefabs. Double click on the prefab file and it will spawn it into the map for you. Align with the ocean. Contact And Help If you need to contact me discord is best: RobJ2210#2553 For help/support my discord group is best: Click Here To Join Remove built in bots guide
    $19.99
  19. Version 1.0.1

    632 downloads

    | Custom Ocean Scrap Piles | Drag n' drop! Nothing crazy looking, something Facepunch should have made themselves. Features: Simple, Detailed, very very low prefab count! 120~ prefabs in total! Can easily be inserted into a map allowing for more ocean expansion! Includes 2 tan crates, 1 single green crate, and a few scattered barrels and tool boxes.
    Free
  20. Version 2021.08.18

    12 downloads

    Retro Oilrig is a perfect recreation of Large Oilrig
    $4.99
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