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Stone Hatchframe

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Stone Hatchframe
Stone Hatchframe.png
This brick-and-mortar ceiling has a hole in it for trapdoors.
Structure
Type Building
Health 10,000
Item
Weight 4.0
Stack Size 100
Added in v182.0
Spawn Command
cheat giveitemnum 316 1 0 0
or
cheat giveitem "Blueprint'/Game/PrimalEarth/CoreBlueprints/Items/Structures/Stone/PrimalItemStructure_StoneCeilingWithTrapdoor.PrimalItemStructure_StoneCeilingWithTrapdoor'" 1 0 0
Crafting
Required level Level 26
Engram Points 8 EP
Crafting XP 10 XP
Prerequisites
Unlocks
Crafted in Inventory
Ingredients
Resources breakdown
50 × Stone.png Stone
15 × Thatch.png Thatch
Purchase (Mobile)
Purchased in Stone Workshop Logo Mobile.png
Cost 20 ×  Chisels Logo Mobile.png

The Stone Hatchframe is the second available hatchframe. A hatchframe functions as a ceiling, providing protection from the elements and giving bonuses to hypo- and hyperthermic insulation, but with the addition of a hole to allow entrance and exit.

Construction[edit | edit source]

A Stone Hatchframe can be placed on any Foundation, Fence Foundation, Ceiling (with the exception of the Thatch Roof), Wall, or another hatchframe.
A Trapdoor can be placed in the hole and locked to provide a way to restrict access to the structure while still allowing you and your tribemates a way through.
A hatchframe requires support from a nearby foundation or pillar in order to be placed. The hatchframe can only be placed up to 2 ceilings away in any direction on the x or y-axis, and up to 1 ceiling away diagonally from a wall or another ceiling that is directly above a connected foundation or pillar. The hatchframes on the far ends of this setup will not be able to support walls.

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • The insulation provided by a house is not affected by hatchframes, whether the trapdoor is open, closed, or missing.
  • If a hatchframe is destroyed, any building pieces that rely on it for support will be destroyed as well. If it was destroyed via the demolish option, no resources will be refunded for these extra building pieces.
  • Stone structures have the same durability as their Wooden counterparts, but take significantly less damage from all sources.




The Stone Wall, Stone Doorframe, Stone Windowframe, Stone Ceiling, Stone Hatchframe, Sloped Stone Roof, Sloped Stone Wall Left, and Sloped Stone Wall Right all share the same paint regions.

 

For more information on Paint Regions and how to use them, please view the Blue Coloring.png Dye, Paintbrush, or Spray Painter pages.

Core Stone Structure Set PaintRegion1.jpg

Region 1:
"Outside" Surface

Core Stone Structure Set PaintRegion2.jpg

Region 2:
Wooden Supports

X mark.svg

Region 3 is not used
for this Object.

X mark.svg

Region 4 is not used
for this Object.

Core Stone Structure Set PaintRegion5.jpg

Region 5:
"Inside" Surface

X mark.svg

Region 6 is not used
for this Object.