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Structures are objects which can be built using resources found throughout the world. Most of them must be prototyped using a Science Machine or Alchemy Engine the first time they are built. This will consume the necessary resources even if the structure placement is cancelled (RMB), however placing can be done at any later time without additional costs by re-selecting the structure in crafting tabs. Structures can be destroyed with a Hammer or a Deconstruction Staff to receive at least 50% or 100% of the resources used to build them respectively (except Walls, Wooden Flooring, and Signs which give 1 item only).
Some structures can be naturally spawned in the world, such as Pig Houses and Stone Walls surrounding the Box Thing. In fact, many unique Set Pieces made from multiple structures can be randomly generated at world creation.
Reign of Giants[edit | edit source]
Shipwrecked[edit | edit source]
Don't Starve Together[edit | edit source]
In Don't Starve Together, the player can now craft Directional Signs, Mini Signs, Friendly Scarecrows, Moon Rock Walls, Potted Succulents, Scaled Flooring, Scaled Furnaces, Wardrobes and End Tables in the Structures Tab. During the time of the Winter's Feast event, Festive Tree Planters, and during the time of the Year of the Gobbler event, Gobbler Shrines are also available to craft.
Craftable Items and Structures[edit | edit source]
The following items and structures can be crafted in the Structures Tab: