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  1. I am not sure if I am mistaken but I swore you could destroy or disassemble wooden floors from the carpentry build menu.... I accidentally place down a wooden floor and now cannot remove it. I have tried having the hammer and crowbar both in main inventory to either pick up, dismantle, or disassemble the wooden floor. Nothing worked. Also I have tried using the sledgehammer to just destroy the floor altogether and again nothing. I have no option to removed the floor. Am I missing something or is anybody else experiencing this problem??? I have only tested this on a multiplayer server.
  2. Legoland99

    Maximum number of Floors ?

    Does anyone know the maximum number of floors the game can hold ? I think it was 7 or 9. Any help would be great !
  3. Ability to removing roofs is what PZ is missing. It's so weird when you make floor on the roof but the roof is still there and in result you can "be" in the roof while walking on the floor. Also craftable roofs (wooden style like everything buildable) would be useful. Oh, and roofs should protect from rain (not rooms, just roofs), because they don't actually.