How to make grass floors

Building a base in Grounded can be a great way to defend against oncoming groups of ants and other creepy crawlies in Obsidian Entertainment’s backyard survival adventure. But if you want to build a base big enough for all your loot, you need to unlock the craft floors option.

While this may seem easy, many players have had a difficult time acquiring the Grass Floor Recipe, which allows you to build multi-story bases, giving more room for storage, defenses, and anything else you might want to throw into your base.

If you want to unlock the Grass Floor Recipe and Grass Stairs Recipe, you have to progress a bit through the game. Disappear in the main quest line until you reach the Oak Laboratory. Here you can interact with an NPC named BURG.L. This robot is extremely handy for purchasing upgrades and accepting various quest lines such as the Artificer and Hunter quests.

Once you get to the Oak Lab, talk to BURG.L and then look nearby for the Grass Floor Chip. Pick up the chip and contact BURG.L with it to purchase the upgrade. You’ll need 1,000 Raw Science Points if you want to unlock the multi-story base upgrade, so make sure you rack up those points before getting too far into the game.

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In Grounded, players must contend with spiders and other creepy crawlies. If you want to build a base big enough for all your in-game loot, you need to unlock the option to craft floors.
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To craft the Grass Floor you need to collect four Grass Boards. On a floor you can place along four walls. You can find grass boards by chopping pieces of grass with an axe. Depending on the type of grass you chop, you will get more (or fewer) grass boards.

Various types of grass floors are available for crafting, including a triangular floor, a half floor, and a curved floor. This should give players multiple options to work with as they build their base. So experiment as needed to build a stable and reliable base that can actually withstand attacks from ants and other critters that come across it.

It should also be noted that Grass Floor is the weakest of the floor coverings available Grounded. As such, players should not expect it to last very long against incoming attacks. Because of this, you should start looking into upgrading your floors and other base components as soon as possible.

If you are looking for other activities Groundedmake sure you also know how to tame aphids, which made their debut in the game mushroom and sinking update last year. You can also take on special bosses like Broodmother. How to make grass floors

Rick Schindler

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