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A combination of steel and arcylic polymers. Plasteel is useful for light defense, but not effective against heavy weapons
  — In-Game Description 
Plasteel Plates I II III IV V
Mass  50t 75t 115t 175t 265t
Armor 75 115 175 265 400
Research
Ship Lab Required II lll lll lV lV
Time
Mineral Ore
Antimatter 0 0 0 0 0
Build
Time 3m 8s 4m 22s 6m 3s 8m 25s 11m 41s
Mineral Ore 248 640 1,280 2,560 3,840
Antimatter 0 0 0 0 0
Repair Time 1m 15s 1m 55s 2m 55s 4m 25s 6m 40s
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Plasteel Plates I, II, III, IV, and V Respectively

General Edit

Plasteel Plates are the first base armour you unlock in the game. It's the base version of Plasteel, and many low level players will end up these Plasteel plates on their bases, due to it being their only choice despite its very low armor boosts. They should be replaced as soon as possible by Tritanium plates or superior armor.

Strategy and SetupEdit

Advantages:Edit

Plasteel Plates is the first armor in the game available to be researched. They are primarily for low levels as high low-level players tend to use Tritanium, Iridium, or Zynthium. They are incredibly easy to equip and get and is the starting block for low players on how to use armor wisely.

Disadvantages:Edit

However, they are quickly made obsolete by Tritanium and later Iridium. It is recommended that beginner players immediately attempt to obtain Tritanium armor as it has more armor and a rather decent repair time.

TriviaEdit

  • Plasteel Plates is the first base armor to be researched and the weakest.
  • Plasteel Plates has the exact same model as Plasteel
  • Plasteel Plates is not a real metal and is thought to be a play on the words Plate-Steel

GalleryEdit


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