A guide to explain and learn the fun and useful process of Scrooping. Get your hammers ready, grab your resource containers, and get ready for the Scroop!
What is Scroop and how can it help you?
What is Scroop?
Scroop (also known as salvage) is one of Foxhole's most important and most useful resources. Refineries can use Scroop to create basic materials like (BMATS or). These materials then go on to be used for the construction and production of items. Scroop is also commonly called Scrap. However due to the game's censoring of the word Scrap, people started to refer salvage to Scroop instead.
Where can I find Scroop?
Where is Scroop found?
There are two options to find Scroop. You can visit one of many Salvage Fields shown on the map or visit Salvage mines scattered around the map. To find Salvage Fields locations, open your map by pressing the 'M key' and then look out for the Salvage Field icon. It is a nail- or bolt-shaped icon.
To locate Salvage mines, simply open your map with the M' key again and search the Salvage mine icon that looks like one. The icon will also indicate whether it's Salvage mine or component mine.
If you hover over the Salvage fields icon, it will tell you how many nodes are currently available in that field. A newly refreshed field starts at 250 Nodes. When you complete a node, the total amount you'll receive in scroop is approximately 200. Sparkly nodes, which respawn randomly in the fields, give you a little extra salvage than a normal one. The field takes between an hour and two hours to respawn the scattered nodes after it has been completely empty. During a war the field and its location do not change.
If you hover your mouse over the Salvage fields icon on the Map, you'll see the current number of nodes in that field. A newly updated field starts with 250 nodes. About 200 Scroop is available when you mine a Node to Completion. Sparkly nodes randomly respawn on the fields. They offer more salvage than a normal one. It takes approximately an hour to two and a half hours for a field that is completely empty to respawn nodes. Salvage fields provide the best way to gather scroop in the game. Each Salvage field will give out just over 50,000 scroop.
At a Salvage site, you will see large lumps or'scraps' scattered about it. These are the scroop nodes. These nodes contain the scroop nodes. You can harvest them with a hammer sledgehammer or harvester. The tech currently being used to scroop will determine what tools you can use. Your basic Hammer will be your primary weapon of choice when you start a war. Unlock sledgehammers and you can scroop using them instead of hammers. They provide more scroop per strike, so you can scroop faster. Harvesters are your last option for scrooping at salvage farms. Harvesters are the fastest and most efficient way to scroop at salvage fields.
Salvage mines produce scroop and are game-built structures located all over the map. Salvage mines must have fuel to produce scroop. A Salvage mine can run on either Diesel fuel or Petrol. To fill a Salvagemine with fuel, push e on the mine. There will be two options under the "Action" menu. Click one to refuel your mine with diesel fuel or petrol. Click the option to choose the fuel that is in your fuel tank. The fuel level of the mine can be viewed by looking at the bars below the text 'Petrol’ or 'Diesel’. The mine is out if fuel is depleted once the white bar is gone.
Once a mine gets fuel, it will automatically start making scroop. If the mine uses diesel, it will make 2 scroop every minute. If it uses petrol, it'll make 6 scroop every minute. The mine will automatically store the scroop produced by the mine when it produces it. The maximum amount of scroop that a mine can have in its stockpile at any one time is 5,000 It's best to pull up scroop from the mine inventory with either a Loadlugger truck truck (or a Atlas Hauler truck(. Shift+left-click on the scroop and it'll transfer it into the truck's storage. You can also use a normal logi to pick up the scroop. However it will have less scroop to transport than the trucks i listed. It is possible to see how much scroop exists at a particular mine by hovering on the Salvage mine icon in the map and looking at that number next the scroop icon.
How to scroop
How to scroop?
Simply hit it with your hammer and sledgehammer. Or, if your have one, use your harvester to harvest the scrap. If you're using a harvester or hammer, the scrap will automatically be added in to your inventory. Once your inventory is full you can transfer the scrap to either your resource vehicle’s inventory, a stockpile of resource containers, or a storage container. To transfer it into your vehicle's inventories, simply press e on the vehicle and shifft+leftclick on the scroop. If you want to add it to your resource container, simply press e on that container, shifft+left-click on the scroop in inventory, and click the submit everything to stockpile link. The maximum amount that a resource vessel can hold at any one time is 5,ooo. However, the maximum that a normal logi truck can hold at any given time is 1,500. If you're storing scroop inside a bunker, the maximum amount that a bunker can hold is 32,000.
My truck is full and my container of resource is empty. Now what?
Once you have scroop in your vehicle or container, you will need it to be taken to a refinery. There the scroop will be made into useful materials like basic materials (, BMATS), and diesel. If you have your scroop inside a vehicle, find a refinery in the map (. This icon is a hammer-shaped). Drive up to the refinery and hit e. In the middle of the refinement section, it will tell you the ratio that was used for refining the scroop. If you have 5000 scroop, and want to turn them into BMATS (for example), the ratio would be 2 to 1. That is, 2 scroop equals 1 BMAT. The total amount you'll get from 5000 scroop will be 2500 BMATS. To refine your scroop, simply shift+left click in the middle the icon of a scroop.
They will display a timer that tells you how long it takes for your scroop to finish. If your queue's open to the public, your material will automatically be added into the refineries stockpile. If you have your personal queue, the material is available in the middle for you. To collect the material you have made, simply drive to the refinery using a normal logi car and shift+left click it. It'll be added to your truck inventory.
A crane and flatbed truck are needed to move a resource container. When you are ready to lift and move your container around, press the e key and then click the "Package" button at the bottom. This will package your container so that you can lift it off the ground and place it on a flatbed.
If you want your scroop to be put into a refinedry, you will need a flatbed. You'll need to take your resource container on a flatbed to the refinery. Next use the crane at that refinery to place your scroop on the flat space between your crane and the refinery. The scroop can then be refined and packaged up on your flatbed.
You can also place resources containers on ships such as the Ironship. They can store 5 containers, or 25,000 scroop. To move them to the refining plant, you will need a crane.
Scroop= This is another name of Salvage. Sometimes also called scrap.
BMATS= A different name for Basic Materials
EMATS= A synonym for explosive materials
Scrooping= Name given when you mine salvage to collect salvage (scroope17Y
Scrooper/Farmer= People who spend a lot more time looking than they do doing.
Roadkill= What do I call people that get run over by me while speeding to my refinery?
YOU NOW KNOW HOW TO SCROOP
NOW! Take the information you have just read and get to work! !
Enjoy your favourite music playlist, or podcast, and then relax. If you feel that you don't contribute to the war effort you should remember that WITHOUT STROOP, NOTHING IS ABLE TO BE BUILT. SCROOP. SCROOP. SCROOP.
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