Heavy Duty Boards have 450 Durability, weigh 28.4 lbs, and cost 1 Steel Plating. By comparison, a Heavy Duty Stow Board is a noticeably increased 664 Durability and comes with 47.50 L of storage space - everything else, including install time and required resources, is the same as the Heavy Duty Board. The question is, am I missing something?
Is the Stow Board supposed to just be better for no reason? You could make your whole war machine with Stow Boards as the exterior, gaining a ton of storage space for free, a more durable outside, and while it would be ugly as sin it would be superior to using the actual made-for-this Heavy Duty Boards. This seems unintentional, at least to me - shouldn’t a stow board be weaker because it has storage space and therefore is less structurally sound due to the hollow interior? Am I not thinking about it right?