Old ruins. You gotta look at a map, go way out into the furthest reaches of the ass end of nowhere, the more dangerous the better, and then look around for old ruins and stuff.

–Ronin Construction Trader

Workshop Complex is an Ancient Location in The Grid. This complex is comprised of three completed workshop buildings and two uncompleted/submerged. Workshop buildings are large, hangar-like structures. This location is one of the few reliable places to obtain Engineering Research. Similar locations are the Dead Workshop, Deadland Workshops, and Post-Ancient Workshop. All of them can be marked by reading the Engineers Map.

The workshop located near the icon on the map is empty, while the hangar west of the icon on the map and east of the icon both have the containers with item spawns. The amount of Ancient Science Books and Engineering Research spawning is between 4-9 for each item. The fourth workshop, located westmost along the same line, was probably never completed and consists of the hanger shell only. Fifth workshop, if ever completed, is now completely submerged and is located to the south-east of the main line of workshops. There are also several iron nodes nearby which could explain placement of the Complex in this area.

Dangers[edit | edit source]

The zone which is closely located to The Crater, which is a zone with a high number of Beak Things. Sometimes small groups wander into the Grid.

Item Spawns[edit | edit source]

This location's storage containers will be locked with container lock levels ranging from levels 25 to 75.

Possible Stock

Average Price Chance
CPU Unit.png
CPU Unit c.6,000 Common
Crossbow Parts.png
Crossbow Parts c.408 Common
Damaged Book.png
Damaged Book c.6 Common
Electrical Components.png
Electrical Components c.216 Common
Engineering Research.png
Engineering Research c.8,000 Common
Gears.png
Gears c.162 Common
Power Core.png
Power Core c.3,000 Common
Robotics Components.png
Robotics Components c.2,838 Common
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