Rust Raid Calculator ECO will give you a detailed overview on how to raid the most economical way of Rust.
All features (so far):
- Hard-side/Soft-side when walls selected
- Amount of raiders (Pepega raiding)
- Quantity of walls/items you’ll go to raid
- No BPs-mode to only show default weapons
- Toggle on/off ingredients needed to craft (not on mobile devices)
- Highlight the best option on selected walls/items
Looking for a raid calculator with explosives? Check out Rust Raid Calculator.
Version 1.2 - Updated
• More info on wood & stone raiding
• Fixed issue with info not showing correctly
What are you raiding?
Select below from one of the most common eco-raidable structures/items.
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Click on the most obvious icons above you to get relevated info about the building/item.
Wooden WallView on Rustlabs
A basic building block for bases. Effective at putting a simple layer between your possessions and raiders, but vulnerable to fire, shotgun shells, or several hatchets.
Wooden FoundationView on Rustlabs
The Wood Foundation is literally the base upon which all other construction takes place. Walls, doors, pillars, etc. cannot be placed anywhere but on a foundation of some sort
Wooden FloorView on Rustlabs
A floor, or a ceiling, depending on where you're standing. This type of floor has been upgraded with a hammer. This block may only be built on top of a wall, doorway, window, wall frame, stairs L Shape, U shaped stairs or half wall.
|Upkeep||20 – 67|
Stone WallView on Rustlabs
Essential for any serious base. Due to its cheap cost, this wall is great for larger bases. Although resistant to fire, it can easily be pickaxed on the weak side.
Stone FoundationView on Rustlabs
The top is the 'soft side' and the sides of the foundation are the 'strong side'. If you can get to the top of the foundation, you can pick it out.
Stone FloorView on Rustlabs
The stone flooring is a tier 2 building material that is completely immune to fire damage and can keep off most melee damage. It is, however, extremely vulnerable to explosives.
|Upkeep||30 – 100|
Wooden DoorView on Rustlabs
The Wooden Door is an early game building item that is made from wood and cheap to produce. Being the cheapest of all the doors, it is often used alongside a Lock to quickly secure a base. Its vulnerability to fire and weak explosive resistance makes the door a temporary solution to securing your base. Due to its flaws it should quickly be upgraded to a higher tier door such as Sheet Metal.
|Upkeep||30 – 100|
High External Wooden WallView on Rustlabs
The High External Wooden Wall is a deployable building object used to wall off an area. The high external is about the height and width of a standard 2x2 wall. The wall also comes with a barbed wire top slowing down and damaging any players that come into contact with it.
High externals can be a cheap and effective way to deny entry, however they decay fairly quickly and need to be maintained.
Due to their size High External Walls are often used in combat as deployable cover.
Tool CupboardView on Rustlabs
The Tool Cupboard is essential for any base because it prevents people who are not authorized from upgrading building blocks and placing and picking up deployables within a 25-meter radius (around 9 foundation blocks) from the cupboard. If you press 'E' on the cupboard you can authorize yourself so you are able to build in this area. If you hold 'E' on the cupboard you can clear the list of players authorized including yourself. Any player authorized from the cupboard will not be targeted by any flame turrets or shotgun traps within the cupboard's radius.
Flame TurretView on Rustlabs
The flame turret is a unique item that is difficult to find many applications for. It mostly finds it's way into 'trap bases', where a player is locked in a tight space and is burnt to a crisp by this monster. It's fueled by low grade fuel, and has a relatively short range to it's flames. Thus, this is a trap that requires a fair bit of planning for you to make good use of, but can be a powerful ally if you do.
Auto TurretView on Rustlabs
This automated electric sentry turret will engage and neutralize any moving targets it has line of sight to. You must equip it with a projectile weapon and the corresponding ammunition. Note : The turret will search for targets in a 180 degree arc facing *you* when you place it. Requires 10 power.
Shotgun TrapView on Rustlabs
An entry-level turret crafted from easy to acquire components and resources. Activated by anyone within it's line of sight that does not have building privilege. Loaded with handmade shells, and can fire them independently without player intervention. Handy for protecting airlocks, or trap bases.
Wooden Window BarsView on Rustlabs
The Wooden Window Bars are the lowest-tier window bars, provide little cover and deny entrance through windows. They are weaker over its reinforced and metal counterparts. Due to its weakness to fire damage and low health higher tier window bars are recommended.
|Upkeep||5 – 17|
Wooden BarricadeView on Rustlabs
The Wooden Barricade will damage any player that touches it and is often used as part of base defense.