Lethal Company – How to Get Reach Fast (Titan Moon)

This guide will cover the most efficient route to achieve the highest scrap payout possible in the game on the moon “Titan”.

Guide to Get Reach Fast


I wanted to share the most lucrative approach for earning scrap in the game. This guide will outline steps for the fastest and most effective way to “Beat” the game.

Preparing for Titan

To kick off your new save with a crew, the key is to gather sufficient scrap and gear for your journey. To optimize this process, I suggest assembling a crew of at least four members.

Begin by exploring the first three moons, aiming to collect a daily sum of 200-300 currency until day 0. This effort is crucial, requiring a minimum of 700 currency to go to titan.

For your Titan adventure, specific tools are essential:

  • 2 radios
  • 1 extension ladder
  • 1 Boombox

While these are fundamental, other tools remain optional, allowing for personal strategy and choice.

Crew Setup

Assigning roles within the crew is essential for a smooth operation:

  • Player A: Responsible for communication, this team member remains on the ship after inventory is filled.
  • Player B: Tasked with using the extension ladder to drop items and transporting them to the ship.
  • Player C: Equipped with a radio, this individual focuses on gathering as much loot as possible.
  • Player D: Their role involves supporting and following Player C.

Should you embark on this with only three individuals, eliminate Player D. Instead, Player B will assist Player C. Ultimately, both will collaborate to transport the gathered scrap back to the ship.

Landing on Titan

Preparation Complete: Let’s Begin!

Note: Avoid Titan during an ongoing eclipse; the risk outweighs the reward, potentially resulting in the loss of all your collected scrap.

Refer to the image below for your designated route and ladder setup:

Upon landing:

  • Player B retrieves the ladder.
  • Player C secures the walkie.

The rest of the team moves swiftly upwards.

Upon reaching the top, Player B positions the ladder in the designated spot.

From this point every player enters the facility.

You need to be fast with getting prepared! You should typically try to be off the planet by 3 pm!

Exploring the Facility

Now that the entire crew is inside the facility, effective communication and swift inventory filling are crucial.

  • Player A: Once inventory is full, drop it at the entrance near the extensive ladder. Quickly return by leaping off the railing, heading back into the ship, and supporting other players using the walkie.
    • Note: there’s no risk of dying from fall damage.
  • Player B: After inventory is filled, deploy the ladder and start dropping loot to the lower catwalk. Utilize any downtime to search for additional scrap inside the facility, referencing the image below for guidance.
  • Players C and D: Explore extensively, dropping as much loot as possible by the extension ladder.

Around 2:30 pm, Player B should begin transporting items from the catwalk to the ship.

Players C and D can continue searching unless encountering these specific entities:

  • The Little girl
  • Flower Man
  • Jack in the box

If any of these entities are encountered, the search should cease, and all should promptly head back to the ship.


Following these steps, you can expect to yield an average of 800 to 1500 currency or more per run! Keep at it until your newfound wealth loses its thrill.

Note: Once you’ve paid to land on Titan, the subsequent landings won’t incur the 700-credit charge until you depart for another moon.

Thank you for reading.

Egor Opleuha
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  1. Honestly you could easily keep searching if Flower man shows up… Just watch your back, its not too risky. Ghost girl and the Jack In the box should def leave tho

  2. Great guide, however there is another extension ladder position at the bottom of the wall ladder under the entrance. If you put down the ladder straight ahead from the corner of the railing at the wall ladder, dropping items off of it will result in them landing directly in front of the ship.
    Also, fall damage as of v45 is no longer capped, and very much lethal. DO NOT ATTEMPT TO JUMP MORE THAN A FLIGHT OF STAIRS OR TWO AT ONCE.

  3. This is really damn effective if you have a really cordinated team but if you dont or just want a less stressful experience just go to rend. Its absolutely loaded with loot and the mansion is much more fun to explore. Just dont be afraid to call days short if there are too many monsters

  4. I feel like putting the ladder on the platform beneath where you put in it the guide would be better as it would be right or near above the ship. You can drop most loot off the side of the edge at the main entrance.

  5. You can also use the ladder to get items to the left of the area below the main entrance. This way the items dropped are all the way down at the ground. Instead of placing it straight from the main entrance, place it closer to the left with a 45-60 degree angle to the entrance

  6. if you are outside the facility, you are actually immune from death to fall damage, the worst that can happen is you becoming critically injured and being unable to sprint for a couple of seconds.

  7. theres a way to make the ladder unecessary. if you are looking out away from the entry door on titan, go to the left side where the floor ends and the wall begins. if you stare at the wall, you can drop the items all the way down to the bottom, past all the stairs and catwalks.

    • The ladder makes it so you can get to the ship faster and avoid encounters with the giants and blind dogs all together. But you can also drop the scrap off the edge but there is a bit more of a walk.

  8. Fall damage only kills you if you are critically injured I think. Otherwise I haven’t ever noticed dying from jumping and I have tested it from the top of titan to the ship level with over 100lbs

    • Jumping off can damage you but it won’t kill you. I tested it a bit and haven’t been able to kill myself jumping off the highest point in Titan.

  9. You can stage items completely off of the stairs to land infront of the ship on the snow by staging your ladder on that upper stairway balcony and deploying at a 45 into the corner of that railing.

    Doing it that way you just have everyone drop their items onto that balcony where the last ladder up is. Its a quick walk from either main or fire and more central to both. There you do the same thing, scaffolding out with the extension ladder and dropping everything, but now its a straight shot from the back of your ship to the snow landing zone.

    Should be a little quicker than this. Thats what I have been showing people the last few days.

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