Studs are the main currency in LEGO Worlds. They are used to unlock Models that have been collected, and are gathered through destroying Props, opening Treasure Chests and interacting with certain objects.
Gaining Studs Edit
Each Silver Stud is worth 10, a Golden Stud is worth 100 and Blue ones are worth 1.000 Studs each. In theory, Purple Studs would be worth 10,000 (and this is shown in the menu wherever something costs 10,000 or more). However, at this time, there are only one way to receive a purple stud; when you unlock the Dragon Wizard with the Dragon Egg 1 purple stud (+ some gold and silver studs) drops.
Destroying Props Edit
Like in every other LEGO game, destroyed objects can drop Studs on the ground. To attack an object, simply attack it or run over it while riding a Creature or driving a Vehicle. Each destroyed prop will drop 20-3,000 Studs, but must be grabbed relatively quickly, before they disappear from the world.
Treasure Chests are generated in nearly every Biome in the world. When hit or run over, the chest will open up and drop 3.000 Studs. Treasure Chests can easily be destroyed by fireballs and other explosives, so it's best to be careful when wielding those around chests you want to open.
Studs are also granted for interacting with certain objects found only in Playsets. For example, nearly every part of the Changing Seasons playset will generate a random amount of Studs. For this reason, the Playset is considered the fastest and most efficient way to gather Studs.
Maximum number of Studs Edit
The maximum number of Studs you can have in the game is 3,999,998. Gaining even 1 more will cause the game to revert back to 3,489,998
Losing Studs Edit
Studs can be used to unlock any Model that the player has already collected. Once a Model has been unlocked, it no longer needs to be paid for and can be summoned again and again.
Whenever the Player dies 2,000 Studs are dropped. Assuming that the Player didn't die in a completely unrecoverable location (such as a pool of lava), the Studs hang around for a moment and can often be gathered back up before disappearing.
The total number of studs needed too buy everything in the game is roughly 350'000 studs.
|Total cost by group||75000||63000||107750||90100|
|Characters||cost||Veichles||cost||Creatures||cost||Cost od props||number of props|
|Cavewoman||1250||Small Plane||2500||Black and White Bull||1750||1000||1|
|Cheerleader Zombie||Bicycle||2500||Black and White Cow||1750||750||2|
|Climber (male)||1250||Motorcycle||2500||Black Horse||2500|
|Cowgirl||1250||Small Submarine||2500||Brown Horse||2000|
|Custom A||0||Swamp Police Boat||250||Brown Spider||1500|
|Dino Tracker||1250||Articulated Truck||2500||Burnard||10000|
|Farmer (male)||1250||Hot Rod||2500||Crocodile||3500|
|Fisherman||1250||Major Steel's Hot Rod||2500||Elephant||7500|
|Girl||1000||Swamp Police 4x4||2500||Frog||1500|
|Motorcycle Mechanic||1250||Articulated Digger||2500||Monkey||1750|
|Mummy||2500||Cole's Earth Driller||10000||Ostrich||1750|
|Outlaw (male)||1250||Creator Lawnmower||2500||Pig||1250|
|Paleontologist||1250||Small Digger||2500||Polar Bear||5000|
|Pirate (female)||1250||Steamroller||2500||Red spider||1500|
|Police officer (female)||1250||Silver Spider||1500|
|Police officer (male)||1250||White Horse||2500|
|Research Institute Paleontologist||1250||Big Shark||6000|
|Research Institute Astronomer||1250||Octupus||5000|
|Research Institute Chemist||1250||Black Octupus||5000|