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Rubber Duck

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Rubber Duck
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General
Encumbrance
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0.1
Function
None
Technical
Item ID
Base.Rubberducky
PlushSpiffo.pngThis article is about decorative junk item. For rubber duck with a battery, see Rubber Duck (battery).

A rubber duck is currently a useless item, and often considered as junk.

Usage

A rubber duck has no use, being added purely for the purpose of clutter, creating more realism for the player when looting.

Location

The loot distributions can be found in the table(s) below.

Rubberducky distribution Show / Hide
Effective chance calculations are based off of default loot settings, and median zombie density. The higher the density of zombies in an area, the higher the effective chance of an item spawning. Chance is also influenced by the lucky and unlucky traits.
Containers
Building/Room Container Effective chance
bathroom counter 10.78%
bathroom shelves 10.78%
bedroom crate 0.65%
closet crate 0.65%
closet crate 10.78%
garagestorage crate 0.65%
garagestorage crate 10.78%
kennels counter 10.78%
storageunit crate 0.65%
storageunit crate 10.78%
storageunit metal_shelves 0.65%
storageunit metal_shelves 10.78%

Trivia

  • A test item called Rubberducky2 in code exists and can be used to remove batteries. It currently cannot be obtained outside of being spawned in debug mode or by admin in multiplayer or through mods, it is visible in crafting recipes.

Code

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Source: ProjectZomboid\media\scripts\newitems.txt

Retrieved: Build 41.78.16
item Rubberducky
    {
        DisplayCategory = Junk,
        Weight	=	0.1,
        Type	=	Normal,
        DisplayName	=	Rubber Duck,
        Icon	=	Rubberducky,
        WorldStaticModel = Rubberducky,
    }

See also