make sure you have a full fence around your base, and i used fire arrows on the ones on the fence, they do small aoe dmg and will hit about half a fence worth of guys. place regular turrets and use them on big groups, if the barrel over heats, just move to another one.
2: place a wall all around the building, made of concrete/steel. this will take more resources, but give you more room to move around on, during the horde nights. this will take more resources, but give you more room to move around on, during the horde nights.
go west along the concrete wall and fence until you find a gate leading to the central dome. inside, go to the northwest side of the area to find a luggage ramp. start near the gate and speed to the ramp and onto the overhang. turn left and jump the divide to find the package. map coordinates: c3 notes : none. ===== location : behind some container crates southeast of the central dome. you
ok folks gotta question for ya. what's the difference if any between wood walls and metal walls. i'm just about to start making my home base and was wondering if one was better then the other or if it's just a matter of personal preference and the cost of building materials.
i make my own windows. i make a house and leave a small space for where i want the windows and i use fence stands to close the gap. doesnt look as bad as i expected tbh i make a house and leave a small space for where i want the windows and i use fence stands to close the gap.
creating this so we all can share what we learn or ask questions if we are in a pickle. tip/cheat: you can edit your amount of money by opening the save file in notebook and changing the balance to whatever you would like, just don't go to high.
for fallout 4 on the xbox one, a gamefaqs message board topic titled 'just realized you can use a foundation to make a concrete wall.'.
work crews backed by about 250 police removed parts of the berlin wall known as the east side gallery before dawn wednesday to make way for an upscale building project, despite demands by
i make concrete buildings and wall in the settlement as best i can. for actual defence points that are useful, enemies sometimes get stuck behind the walls and other things. i tend to build a metal prefab 1x1 square then put concrete walls on it and then put turrets on the roof, one in each corner of the square.
i killed people shooting through a wooden fence, and light metal crate thingies before. actually unsure of walls, i naturally didnt try yet since it wasnt in the first. maybe i can find out later sometime.
wood structures are common from the start, because the resources to make them are easy, but you can build anything as long as you get the right materials to build them, such as cobblestone and metal. once the frame is placed, you equip a tool to upgrade the structure, which will change the frame to an actual wall. wood as an example, can be upgrades a few times, then will require metal and