Adobe Wall

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Adobe Wall
Adobe Wall.png

An adobe wall that insulates the inside from the outside and separates rooms.

Decay time
Stack size
Added in
Spawn Command
cheat giveitem "Blueprint'/Game/ScorchedEarth/Structures/Adobe/Blueprints/PrimalItemStructure_AdobeWall.PrimalItemStructure_AdobeWall'" 1 0 0
Required level
Engram points
7 EP
Crafting XP
11.6 XP
Crafting time
Crafted in
Required stations
Resources breakdown [Expand]
40 × Clay
80 × Sand
10 × Thatch
8 × Fiber
Total Base Ingredients
80 × Sand
40 × Cactus Sap
10 × Thatch
8 × Fiber
20 × Wood or Fungal Wood

The Adobe Wall is a structure introduced in Scorched Earth and also available on Ragnarok, Valguero, Crystal Isles, Genesis: Part 2, Lost Island and Fjordur.

A wall provides structure to a building and encloses an area.


An Adobe Wall can be placed on any  Foundation,  Fence Foundation,  Ceiling (with the exception of the  Thatch Roof), or another wall.

A wall also provides support to allow a structure built on top of it to extend up to 2 ceilings in any direction on the x and y-axis, and up to 1 ceiling diagonally from a wall which is directly above a foundation. Press use (E, Y, Triangle, X) to flip the view placement of the wall.


  • If a wall is destroyed, any building pieces that rely on it for support will be destroyed as well. If it was destroyed via the demolish option, no resources will be refunded for these extra building pieces.
  • Adobe structures are less durable than  Stone Walls and can be broken much more easily.
  • Adobe is one of the only two survivable materials to take shelter in on Scorched Earth (the other being Thatch). They give insulation, but any other material results in an extreme penalty to insulation. Adobe houses can give 400 hyperthermic insulation, while stone buildings give -900 and can cause you to be Hot even in the colder temperatures of the night. Metal structures can get as low as -1200 insulation and can potentially drain HP in seconds inside buildings.

Painting and Color Regions

For more information on Paint Regions and how to use them, please view the Blue Coloring.png Dye,  Paintbrush, or  Spray Painter pages.

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Region 1:
Outside Surface

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Region 2:
Horizontal Supports

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Region 3:
Vertical Supports

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Region 4 is not used
for this Object.

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Region 5 is not used
for this Object.

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Region 6:
Inside Surface