You could make a raft using 3 bamboo and 6 string. The raft could be like a 1 person boat but you could expand it using other rafts.
Looking for advice.
Here it goes. I've (37F) been with my partner (39M) for 15 years. We've had our ups and downs, as one would expect in 15 years. We've worked past cheating (him), that was about ten years ago at this point. Overall we have a good relationship (relevance of this will be make sense) . So here's where I need the advice.
A little background: I try to communicate my needs and expectations within our relationship clearly. Overall I'm a happy, chill person, I go with the flow. He's a chill person as well, doesn't like to have a lot of structured plans, likes to go out and have a good time too. I work a lot. I have a full time professional job and have also recently began working in a restaurant a couple nights a week. We want to buy a house, so we're trying to get things in order to be able to do that in the coming year. My partner works close to full time, plus does side jobs when they present themselves. Eventually we'd like to work for ourselves again, we had our own b... keep reading on reddit ➡
From what I can remember it started with fallout 4's building mechanics (247hours) Then that got me into MudRunner for (30+hours). Then Subnautica I enjoyed for (45hours), then No Man's Sky (still playing), then Stranded Deep for (2 hours) then PC Building simulator (39hours) and now I'm a week in and 25hours deep in RAFT and really enjoying it and is really engulfing all my game time.
As in a city made entirely of logs, floating on the ocean, with sections connected by ropes. I figure people would carry around boards, maybe on their backs, to traverse between the sub-rafts. They'd have a robust fishing industry, and perhaps have kelp or seaweed farms, harvested by long scythes, which then float to the surface for harvesting via nets. What other considerations should I be thinking of?
I’ve been looking at building my first raft and I was wondering if there’s a penalty for building too tall?
I have a strange issue when I play with a friend. When I join her world, I am unable to throw my hook - when I try, it attaches to the foundation. I am able to interact with chests, and pick up flotsam. When she joins my work everything works as expected.
Has anyone else had an issue like this? She has a decent internet connection, so I don't think that's the issue.
*Edit: I did some more testing and found that I did not have the issue in creative mode, but had it in all other modes. At this point I am more confused than I was before.
Thanks again guys
I have a question, Can the shark break walls om the edge of the raft or not??
So the game rafts gives me a great feeling for a indie game (after firewatch), so saw all the livestreams of soviet and cyanide on it and was a funny watch to see the duo and saw that they last streamed on 7 th of July, so did I miss a stream or they have not played since then?
they did 1 episode but there was way more content in the stream that wasn't in the video. Did fruit say anything about this?
Hey guys, I'm having some trouble here.
I wanted a complete overhaul of my raft. Instead of going through the hassle of constantly moving around tons of chests and items when upgrading, I simply built a 'new' raft some tiles away from the old one and then destroyed the old one.
But now I noticed the floating debris is still centered on the old foundation so now it's nigh impossible to catch anything in the nets of my new raft. That's when I learned about the debris spawn mechanics and the 'center foundation' it uses to calculate that.
So, question: is there a way to 'reset' the center of my raft? The original foundations are not even there anymore.
This baffles me. But first: relevant mods to my Ender 3:
SKR Mini E3 V2
MicroSwiss All Metal Hotend
So as I said before, this baffles me. When I print a calibration cube, it measures between 19.6-19.7mm, but when I choose to print the same cube on a raft, it comes out perfectly at 20mm. This started happening after switching out my mainboard and updating Marlin. I have lubricated the Z rod, and I can’t feel any binding when I move the X gantry up and down. The Z rod is straight, as I took it out and laid in on a flat surface and saw no bend. I went ahead and dropped my bed temperature from 60 to 50, and saw no improvement. What else can I try?
I was wondering how I could AFK properly in Raft. I saw some information in the internet but not much. My idea was that I could just die from hunger or something else and then keep my PC running so my raft can collect the items in the water. But I didnt know if the shark would still attack my raft since then he could cause damage to it, when I AFK for a long period of time. Could you guys tell me how I can AFK properly in Raft so I dont lose everything to the shark?
Hi guys! As the title suggests, I am looking for a survival online coop game like Raft. I am playing this game with my smaller brother and I am looking for something that doesn't focus on violence, but rather on creation. Similar games: Minecraft (never tried, but doesn't appeal to me) Astroneer (It's on the shortlist, but not a big fan of 3rd person camera) Rust (not a fan of MMO style; I like Raft because you can make a server for you and your friends
I'm looking for something in the style of Subnautica, but that doesn't have multiplayer.
Thanks in advance!
I want to rebuild my raft. But the Game said i can not destroy some parts of the raft.
It says: can't destroy that. Other buildings are supported.
How can I dismantle or destroy my raft?
Thank you for answers.
Playing on PS4
Im day 22, and wanting to explore more islands now that I have my map handwritten next to me. Im very nervous about making a raft, and I want to get it right. After I post this I am going to explore the 6 islands around my middle home island and look for more buoys, for aesthetic reasons i want the buoys as the raft base and I like the corrugated iron floor look. My mission is to build as many container shelves as possible on to the raft and not have it sink and travel to find my new home island. Can I please have some suggestions, tips, directions etc. TYI
The plan here was the 3x3 with the middle piece not connected to hold 9? crates in the middle of the raft?
Had a 3x1 raft with plank floors and driftwood base. The raft worked and steered just fine. I added a buoy base with corrugated scrap floor and a tire base with clay floor to the front of each side so my raft looked like this: a U shape:
Problem is my raft keeps pulling to the left randomly. I’ll be going straight or turning eight for a little then suddenly my raft pulls hard left. Do the raft bases/floor affect the weight of my raft or is it just a glitch?
Just imagine that, you're just chilling on the sea and suddenly you get pulled over by a raft with a guy with a broken handcuff on his hand and the 2 most hostile looking fellas in the world, one of them having a gun, on board. I'd probably just peace the f out of there.
Hi, so I am asking for Raft on Steam (Link to the game).
What is the Raft? Raft is open world survival adventure game which you can play solo or whit your friends. Fight animals, build better rafts, explore islands, yachts, oil rigs and more to come in next updates.
So why I want the game? I want it because I have been following the games development for a while and watched probably 5-10 lets play on it. Also now when few of my friends got it they asked me to get is so we could play it together. Survival type games are also my favorite. Loved every survival game I played like: The Forest, Rust(have over 1500 hours), Ark Survival Evolved, Minecraft and many more.
So why am I asking for a game here? Two years ago it wouldn't be a problem I even managed to build a new PC then but last half of a year was hard since all of covid stuff but the biggest problem is that I am in the last year of collage and the books and the rent and all of... keep reading on reddit ➡