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Bayou [HDRP]

A Halloween Monument based in the Deep South


Sold By: Niko



Based in the deep south on the edge of a swamp lies this house, haunted by zombies and ghosts
anyone who ventures here looking for loot will only find their death and they too will become
one with the house and its occupants.

The none Halloween version can be used all year round

Once placed you can if you wish set up the scene. Place fuel in the lamps, wood in the fire,
wood in the other items such as fire pits and cauldrons. Also you will find fog machines, place
fuel in them and either switch on or make them motion activated. Also there is a strobe light
to switch on.

There are a few pressure pads around the place, they will ignite the fires when approached, you
could say the ghost is doing it and it will switch the cars headlight to full beam.

Finally, please make yourself aware of the TOS-Restrictions for use.

If you have any problems you can contact me as follows, info in the Read Me

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Version HD0501
  • Added Update - Prepared and patched for the May 6th forcewipe for HDRP (only add this to your maps if you have the HDRP bundles open with Rustedit, otherwise wait until after May 6th)

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How do I host this .zip/.7z file I just purchased on my server?

• First, you want to unzip the file. You can do so by just double-clicking it to open, then drag the contents to the desired location (you may need to install an external unzipping software if you don’t already have one)
• Next you will find either a structure of folders or just the .prefab files (it’s the important ones).
• You can then open your map via Rustedit (How to install Rustedit)
• Then install those .prefab files into your …/rustedit/CustomPrefabs folder
• Launch Rustedit and open your map and within the ‘Prefabs’ list you should see the new prefab/monument you downloaded once you search its name

Additionally, here’s a great video that easily covers adding monuments/prefabs to maps of your own!