sons of the forest blueprint locations

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Crafting by design.

Building in Sons of the Forest offers two choices: custom building to design your own structures or using Blueprints to get started. While custom building allows for creativity, not everything can be built this way. This guide covers all the Blueprints in Sons of the Forest 1.0, from early game blueprints to those later added in patches and the most recent full release. We’ve recently updated this article with more precise information.

Blueprints provide a way to construct storage, traps, and furniture. To access Sons of the Forest Blueprints, press B and hold X to switch to the Blueprints menu. From there, you can select one of the Blueprints you’ve unlocked, which we’ll list below. Most of these are available right from the start of the game, while others (including those most recently added in patches following SotF’s initial launch) need to be located first.

All Sons of the Forest Blueprints to Collect

Below we’ll list all the blueprints that need to be collected across the island. There are 16, and you’re best advised to use our interactive map page in tandem with the below information to find them.

  1. Item Plating Blueprint: Northeast of the island, in a cave north of a small circular lake.
  2. Powered Cross Blueprint: In Cave A or the Rebreather Cave, after navigating through forks and alcoves.
  3. Gore Chair Blueprint: Southeast of the island, in an abandoned village cabin directly east of the large body of water.
  4. Gore Couch Blueprint: In the snowy mountains at the center of the map, inside an abandoned cabin by a lake.
  5. Multi Trap Blueprint: Southwest of the island, in a cave accessed through a field and rock formation.
  6. Spin Trap Blueprint: Found in an abandoned village between Cave G and Cave F on the eastern side of the island.
  7. Grind Trap Blueprint: In Cave G, near abandoned fishing villages, behind a waterfall.
  8. Spear Thrower Blueprint: Southern part of the snowy mountain, in an ice cave.
  9. Spotlight Blueprint: Southeast of the island, in a cave signaled by a soldier with a red flare.
  10. Clock Blueprint: In the snowy mountains at the center of the map, inside an ice cave.
  11. Leg Lamp Blueprint: Eastern side of the island, down a path revealed inside an abandoned shack.
  12. Teleporter Blueprint: Southwest of the island, in a cave within an abandoned camp.
  13. Solafite Generator Blueprint: Western side of the map, inside a cave marked by large rocks and fencing.
  14. Bone Tower Repeller Blueprint: Southeast of the island, in a cave directly east of the large body of water.
  15. Armor Upgrade Blueprint: Obtained from the Luxury Bunker at the end of the game.
  16. Glider Launcher Blueprint: In a small cave marked on the map as an orange marker, with two dead workers outside.

All Other Blueprints

In addition to the 16 you need to actually find across the island there are also numerous other blueprints to craft other useful items and structures. These are not located but simply unlocked by progressing through the game, typically by simply owning the ingredients required to make them. Here’s the full list:


  • Hunting Shelter: Requires 5 Logs, 6 Sticks, 7 Rocks.
  • Small Log Cabin: Requires 75 Logs.
  • Lean To: Requires 53 Logs.
  • Lookout Tower: Requires 60 Logs, 1 Rope.

Tree Shelter

  • Tree Platform 1: Requires 7 Logs, 1 Rope.
  • Tree Platform 2: Requires 35 Logs, 1 Rope.
  • Tree Shelter 1: Requires 70 Logs, 1 Rope.
  • Tree Shelter 2: Requires 96 Logs, 1 Rope.


  • Stick Chair: Requires 14 Sticks.
  • Bench: Requires 2 Logs.
  • Bone Chair: Requires 15 Bones, 1 Skull.
  • Bone Chandelier: Requires 19 Bones, 9 Skulls.
  • Wall Torch: Requires 1 Stick, 1 Cloth.
  • Ceiling Skull Lamp: Requires 1 Rope, 1 Skull.
  • Head Trophy Mount: Requires 1 Stick.
  • Deer Hide Rug: Requires 1 Animal Hide.
  • Table: Requires 3 Logs.
  • Round Table: Requires 6 Logs.
  • Stick Bed: Requires 16 Sticks, 1 Duct Tape.
  • Double Bed: Requires 40 Sticks, 4 Logs, 2 Duct Tape, 2 Animal Hides.


  • Stick Storage: Requires 6 Sticks.
  • Rock Storage: Requires 7 Sticks.
  • Log Storage: Requires 8 Sticks.
  • Large Log Storage: Requires 40 Sticks.
  • Stone Storage: Requires 12 Sticks.
  • Bone Storage: Requires 7 Sticks.
  • Spear Rack: Requires 10 Sticks.
  • Firewood Storage: Requires 20 Sticks.
  • Drying Rack: Requires 9 Sticks.
  • Armor Rack: Requires 20 Sticks, 1 Duct Tape.
  • Shelf: Requires 2 Logs.
  • Wall Shelf: Requires 2 Sticks, 1 Log.
  • Weapon Rack: Requires 9 Sticks, 1 Log.
  • Wall Weapon Rack: Requires 5 Sticks, 1 Log.


  • Rock Path: Requires Rocks.
  • Stick Path: Requires Sticks.
  • Rain Catcher: Requires 12 Sticks, 1 Turtle Shell.
  • Stone Fireplace: Requires 42 Stone.
  • Bird House: Requires 16 Sticks.
  • Scarecrow: Requires 14 Sticks, 1 Duct Tape.
  • Basic Log Sled: Requires 33 Sticks.
  • Log Sled: Requires 60 Sticks, 3 Logs, 2 Skulls, 2 Cloth, 4 Duct Tape.


  • Standing Planter: Requires 18 Sticks.
  • Wall Planter: Requires 16 Sticks.


  • Small Animal Trap: Requires 14 Sticks.
  • Fish Trap: Requires 25 Sticks.
  • Bone Maker Trap: Requires 2 Sticks, 3 Rocks, 1 Rope, 3 Leaves, 1 Vodka.
  • Fly Swatter Trap: Requires 10 Sticks, 3 Rocks, 1 Rope.
  • Spring Trap: Requires 7 Sticks, 1 Turtle Shell, 2 Wire.
  • Hokey Pokey Trap: Requires 6 Logs, 10 Sticks, 15 Rocks, 3 Rope.
  • Silent Alarm: Requires 13 Sticks, 1 Rock, 1 Wire, 8 Bones, 1 Skull, 1 Radio.

That wraps up our guide on Sons of the Forest 1.0 Blueprints, along with the required materials for each. You can check out our list of all keycard locations if you need help with that, or our list of console commands if you’re the impatient type!