Charge Node (Aberration)

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Charge Node

Charge Node (Aberration).png

Type Crafting
Item slots 20
Added in Patch 275.0
Used to craft 1 item

The Charge Node is a structure found around certain points of the Aberration map.

Usage[edit | edit source]

It can be used for manufacturing Element.png Element. It also serves as a source of Charge Light, Charge Battery (Aberration).png Charge Batteries can be charged by placing them into the Charge Node inventory. A way to keep from 'breaking' a charge station, and put it into a "hard restart" is to put in ten batteries that are not fully drained. This will ensure that the station may hit 0, but it will not roll over into being completely drained. This will bypass the reset entirely, and it will simply recharge itself. Charge Batteries take 3 minutes and 20 seconds to charge fully.

Note that crafting Elements, or charging too many batteries, will put the station into "Overcharge" and will drop the Charge station offline for 5 minutes, and into recharge for 33 minutes and 30 seconds. During this time, it will not emit Charge Light, buff against Nameless, OR charge batteries at any charge level. Element also takes 30 seconds to craft.

To know how much charge a station has, aside from opening it's inventory, look at the top. The green bar at the very top of the station will give you an idea about how much charge the station has if you don't have time to get close.

With 30 seconds of Element crafting, 5 minutes of downtime, 33 minutes and 30 seconds of recharge time, and 3 minutes and 20 seconds of battery recharge time, it is possible to craft Element roughly every 42 minutes and 20 seconds.

Recipes[edit | edit source]

Name Ingredients Craft Amount Crafting XP
Element.png Element 20 × Green Gem (Aberration).png Green Gem Aberration Icon.png
15 × Blue Gem (Aberration).png Blue Gem Aberration Icon.png
10 × Red Gem (Aberration).png Red Gem Aberration Icon.png
8 × Charge Battery (Aberration).png Charge Battery Aberration Icon.png
50 × Congealed Gas Ball (Aberration).png Congealed Gas Ball Aberration Icon.png
20 × Element Ore (Aberration).png Element Ore Aberration Icon.png
3 N/A

Notes/Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Beware using the "DestroyMyTarget" console command near charge nodes; as they are susceptible to deletion despite being indestructable and will not respawn.

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