Wood

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Wood is one of the main Resources used for Crafting in Worlds Adrift. Each type of wood has a different weight and strength which will affect the physics and appearance of ships and components built with wood. Like Metal, Wood can come in qualities varying from 1 to 10, with 1 providing minimal boosts to stats, while 10 provides the maximum. However, wood is less frequently used in higher tier parts, so quality 10 woods hold less value than quality 10 metals.

Material Weights & Descriptions
Icon Name Mass Description Ingame
Wood Cedar.png Cedar 0.20 kg Extremely light and soft, cannot withstand much damage. Deck cedar.jpg
Wood Hemlock.png Hemlock 0.23 kg Very light but tough enough to be used in certain scenarios. Deck hemlock.jpg
Wood Chestnut.png Chestnut 0.25 kg Lightweight but nevertheless impressively versatile timber. Deck chestnut.jpg
Wood Elm.png Elm 0.28 kg Medium weight with no outstanding strengths or vulnerabilities. Deck elm.jpg
Wood Birch.png Birch 0.32 kg Relatively heavy but worth it for the performance. Deck birch.jpg
Wood Ash.png Ash 0.35 kg Heavy but extremely flexible possessing no weaknesses. Deck ash.jpg
Wood Oak.png Oak 0.38 kg Reliable in any context especially bearing loads but heavy. Deck oak.jpg
Wood Palm.png Palm 0.41 kg Very heavy but exceptionally hard with broad applications. Deck palm.jpg

History[edit | edit source]

Ironwood, Mahogany, Ebony, and Maple where last seen in Alpha 5.3 and are no longer in the game as of Alpha 6.

Icon Name
Wood Ironwood.png Ironwood
Wood Mahogany.png Mahogany
Wood Ebony.png Ebony
Wood Maple.png Maple