With the time saved from waiting on satchel charges or silenced explosive rounds, you might even make it to the target’s tool cupboard and get your replacement doors down before counter-raiders arrive. The oil rigs’ containers will summon an NPC Chinook helicopter with a host of armored scientists to defend the location before the crate becomes available, which brings us to the next method of finding explosives.
The heavy scientists that descend upon the Large and Small Oil Rig and the scientists that roam the Military Tunnels monument have a small chance of dropping explosives. Incendiary rockets have a 50% chance of being recycled down into explosives but only from the APC and Helicopter crates.
Given how often you’ll fight Bradley or the Helicopter, it may not seem like a great idea to depend on these drops for explosives. Remember to hang onto at least one of the rockets or timed charges found so that you can research them into a blueprint.
Players are often reluctant to give up raiding tools unless they’re very confident that they’re not a target. This fact doesn’t stop many players from putting recyclable rockets and or explosives on the market due to their high value.
If you find yourself unable to perform any of the above methods in a pinch, you can roll the dice and experiment with a tier-3 workbench. And you run the risk of getting a random blueprint from the list of tier 3 items.
If you’re reaching the end of the wipe, you’re desperate, and you have a lot of scrap to burn, experimenting might be the way for you. Just keep in mind that the odds are against you successfully getting explosives until you have significantly whittled away the list of tier 3 item blueprints.
Now that you know how to find explosives in RUST, you get to leave the sandpit and take on the larger groups. Just remember that now you’re in the big leagues, larger groups and clans will be gunning for you too.
The resources required to make Explosives are: I played a lot of Legacy rust and the main way to get explosives and c4 was to get airdrops.
Rocket×2×150 ×10Ammunition10 Incendiary Rocket×2×250×250 Ammunition1 Timed Explosive Charge ×20 ×5×2 Tool20 The Timed Explosive Charge (commonly referred to as “C4”) is a draftable explosive weapon that can be thrown onto walls, doors, or deployable items.
Once a Timed Explosive Charge has been thrown, it will automatically arm itself and then detonate after 10 seconds. Due to its destructive power, the Timed Explosive Charge has proven to be an ideal method of entry in raids, where, if your opponents happen to be online, speed and precision are of the essence.
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