S+ Vivarium

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Mod Structures Plus.png

Mod Structures Plus S- Crafting Station.png This article is about content exclusive to the mod Structures Plus.
This content is only available if the mod is installed on a server or on single player.
S+ Vivarium
Mod Structures Plus S- Vivarium.png
Place filled cryopods inside to generate unfertilized eggs, poop & many other resources.

**Resources can only be collected by an S+ Item Aggregator, they do not appear in the Vivarium's inventory**
Structure
Type Structure
Health 35,000
Item slots 100
Item
Spawn Command
cheat giveitem "Blueprint'/Game/Mods/StructuresPlusMod/Misc/Vivarium/PrimalItemStructure_Vivarium.PrimalItemStructure_Vivarium'" 1 0 0
Crafting
Required level Level 99
Crafted in S+ Crafting Station Structures Plus Icon.png
Required Stations Chemistry Bench.png Chemistry Bench
Ingredients
Resources breakdown [Expand]
50 × Absorbent Substrate.png Absorbent Substrate
67 × Sap.png Sap
67 × Oil.png Oil
100 × Element.png Element
Total Base Ingredients
67 × Oil.png Oil
67 × Sap.png Sap
10 × Mindwipe Tonic.png Mindwipe Tonic
67 × Black Pearl.png Black Pearl
100 × Element.png Element

The S+ Vivarium is a structure from the Structures Plus Mod.

Overview[edit | edit source]

Can store up to 100 dinos in Cryopods. An update on 10/6/2020 added new features to the S+ Vivarium such as storing cryopods, increasing capacity, and produciung resources based on which dinos are inside.

Resource Production[edit | edit source]

  • In addition to producing eggs & poop, adult dinos will generate resources depending on its type.
  • The size of the dino determines the quantity of resources produced (larger dinos will produce more than smaller ones)[1].
  • It can also cycle between 3 different maps, affecting both its external appearance, and the generated resources.
  • Items it generates can only be collected by an S+ Item Aggregator. The S+ Vivarium's inventory is dedicated to cryopods.
  • Resources are generated at a base interval of 15 minutes, with each additional cryopod adding 20 seconds.

Known Resource Production Rules[edit | edit source]

Here is some currently known information about which dinos produce which resources (discovered through testing).

(Note: the maps listed in the tables below are the maps which the S+ Vivarium is set to, not the map you are on)

Resources Produced by Carnivores[edit | edit source]

Map Resources
The Island Raw Meat, Keratin, Pelt, Rockarrot
Scorched Earth Raw Meat, Hide, Raw Mutton, Silk
Aberration Raw Meat, Auric Mushroom, Congealed Gas Ball, Obsidian

Resources Produced by Herbivores[edit | edit source]

Map Resources
The Island Azulberry, Citronal, Fiber, Rare Flower
Scorched Earth Amarberry, Cactus Sap, Flint, Sand
Aberration Ascerbic Mushroom, Green Gem, Thatch, Tintoberry

Known Exceptions[edit | edit source]

Dinos that Produce Unique Resources[edit | edit source]

Dinosaur Resources
Bloodstalkers Ammonite Bile, Leech Blood, Blood Packs
Wyverns Wyvern Milk, Primal Crystal
Carbonemys Shell Fragments
Ovis Wool
Achatinas Organic Polymer, Achatina Paste
Gachas A random resource from the list of all Gacha resources
Charge Pets Charge Battery

(Note: these resources are produced in addition to the ones listed above)

Config Options[edit | edit source]

Argument Description
DisableVivariumAdvResources Disable production of additional resources
VivariumResourceMultiplier Resource production multiplier
VivariumEggChanceMultiplier Egg production multiplier

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • Cryopods will not lose charge while inside of an S+ Vivarium
  • Resource generation is affected by the server's harvest multiplier (with the exception of except eggs and poop).
  • As of the 10/6/2020 update, S+ Vivariums no longer require power.
  • S+ Vivariums placed before the 10/6/2020 update are a different (now obsolete) structure. They are no longer functional & only remain for people to remove their dinos. They can be updated by picking them up, and placing them back down. They can also be demolished for a full refund.


References[edit | edit source]