Found a way into a mountain and it’s super flat, perfect for building hidden factories!
Never made a guide before, but I stumbled across this cave and thought someone might like to know about it. Might not even be a secret, who knows!
Completely flat except for one tiny little sand dune, plus inside a mountain, so extra cool.
Alright, so it’s my first time playing this game and I haven’t explored the whole map yet, so you get my incomplete one, sorry.
Way way north-east of the recommended grassy starting area in an area with a lot of mesas? Plateaus? Rocks, let’s go with rocks.
Zoomed in now, at the intersection of a couple rivers, on top of the highest natural bridge between these two mountains.
Looking north, you can see my radar tower on top, we’re gonna head towards that.
Right at the end of the bridge, on the right at your feet there’s a small landing with a hole in the wall.
Pretty high up, careful if you don’t have fall protection
At the bottom on the left, there’s this weird channel that circles around the mountain a good ways.
And it has water! Sort of. It’s half water? It acts like water for the first few meters, then just doesn’t exist anymore.
Looking back to the power poles, standing at the bottom of the “water.”
I stopped at this point because the water decided to act like water again and I was worried I wouldn’t be able to get back, but you can see under the mountain back to the outside world.
This is where I stopped, so you can see how long the tunnel is. Also, if you get close to the outside wall, water starts acting like water again.
There’s this weird line there you can build water pumps, I angled them a bit and fit 5, I don’t think you could fit any more.
Back in the main room, at the far right end.
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