How much C4 does it take to break a metal door?
This is an explosive. The Explosive Charge (commonly called “C4” or “Satchel Charge”) is a craftable explosive weapon that can be placed on walls and doors. It takes one C4 charge to destroy a Wood Door and two for a Metal Door when placed in the center.
How many C4 does it take to break an armored door?
The Armored Door has 800 health and takes 2 charges to destroy. The Armored Door can be placed by crafting it and selecting the door in your hotbar, and then mousing over an empty doorway.
How many satchels do I need to scrap a door?
Both the wooden door and wooden double door require 2 satchel charges to be destroyed. Both the sheet metal door and sheet metal double door require 4 satchel charges to be destroyed. Both the armoured door and armoured double door require 12 satchel charges to be destroyed.
How many grenades do I need for a metal door?
Metal Doors may be destroyed with 10-20 grenades thrown at the door’s base.
How much explosive ammo do I need for garage door?
It takes 9 Satchel Charges, or 150 Explosive 5.56 Rifle Ammo, to destroy the garage door and has no weak side (like other doors) to explosives.
How many C4 does it take to destroy a high external wall?
The wall has a health of 500. It takes 2 Timed Explosive Charge to break.
How many C4 does it take to destroy a stone wall in Ark?
I know that it takes 2x C4 to take out a stone wall, but how much grenades does it take to get a stone wall down? Also how much C4 or grenades does it take to get down metal walls/dino gates. Want to know how viable it is to mass produce grenades instead of farming mats for C4.
How much C4 do I need for a cliff platform?
The Ark item ID for Metal Cliff Platform and copyable spawn commands, along with its GFI code to give yourself the item in Ark. Each wall takes 3 C4 to destroy, and each door 2 C4.
How many rockets does it take to destroy a stone wall?
Despite the alleged 16 missiles, only 15 missiles are needed to destroy the armored walls. To be fair, 16 rockets would make a lot more sense as it perfectly continues the 2, 4 and 8 rocket series for wood, stone and sheet metal.