This guide is for the sole purpose of stacking loot during raids. If you know what its like to be balls deep in a huge raid with your chums, and you finally hit that sweet loot room, there’s always one problem. There’s way too much loot! Metal frags, wood, stone, the whole nine yards. This guide is so you know how to make your inventory easy to load up extra goodies such as guns, c4, and many more items.
The core resource. Wood. In the early and late game it still remains useful, furnaces, charcoal, making guns. But people always have loads of it. The best way to stack this resource is to begin crafting small wood storage boxes. The reason I choose this item is because they only cost a measly 100 wood, and they take 30 seconds to craft. That means if you have 10000 wood and it takes you a few minutes to get home, you will still have the majority of your wood. This is the most efficient way that I have found to stack wood.
Stone is incredibly useful. It can make a home a castle, and is very versatile. The best way I know for stacking stone is building the square stone barricades. They are just like the wood storage boxes in the way that they only cost 100 stone, and take 30 seconds to craft. They also can come in handy for having just a bit more elevation in a raid to jump out a window or get over a high external wall.
To finish, we have made it to the last resource. Metal fragments. Key in making armored doors, and making your base look like a beefed up Fort Knox, these are very difficult to leave behind. The item I use to stack metal fragments is the snap trap. Costing a measly 80 metal fragments, taking 60 seconds to craft, and even being able to stack up to 3 in your inventory, just incase you’re feeling like doing some collateral damage to your victim, these are the sure fire way to get all your resources back to your vault.
Thanks for dropping by my guide! Leave me some feedback in the comments if you think you have a better way to stack these resources!