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Fastest ground mounts in Palworld and how to get them
Fastest ground mounts in Palworld and how to get them The islands that make up Palpagos are ripe for exploring when you jump into Palworld , with plenty of places to see. From the endless Pals to the natural resources that dot the land, you’ll have plenty to do. You’re going to want to travel quickly when you’re adventuring across the land, which is why you’re going to need a fast mount. Ground mounts are a great way to traverse Palpagos to get where you need to fast. We’ve got the fastest ground mounts and how you can get them right here. Best ground mounts in Palworld Here are the five fastest ground mounts in Palworld , and where you can find and catch them yourself: Image via Pocketpair Necromus The fastest ground mount available in the entire game is none other than Necromus. This Pal not only makes for an incredible Pal to bring into combat, but is also the best ground mount due to its sprinting speed of 1600. If you want Necromus, you’re going to need to be ready for a tough fight, since the only way to get Necromus is by capturing the Level 50 Alpha Pal that’s located in the northern tip of the Dessicated Desert. Use the Deep Sand Dunes Fast Travel point to get there quickly, and then head north of the small lake that’s directly west of the point. Your best shot at bringing Necromus’ health down is having a tough Dragon-type Pal to combat them, such as Jetragon or Jormuntide. This will exploit Necromus’ weakness, as they’re a Dark-type and weak to Dragon moves.  Make sure to also bring a stronger sphere, like a Legendary Sphere or Ultimate Sphere so the Necromus doesn’t break free. Image via Pocketpair Frostallion Another Legendary Pal, Frostallion, is next on our list with a sprint speed of a whopping 1500. This icy horse not only makes for a great ground mount but is the best Ice-type Pal you can find for combat. You’ll definitely want to pick them up. However, they’re also a Level 50 Alpha Pal, and will not be easy to catch. Head to the Astral Mountains and you can find Frostallion near the lake due west of the Land of Absolute Zero Fast Travel point. As mentioned, Frostallion is one of the strongest Pals in the game, so you need to be ready for combat. Stock up on strong armor and bring a powerful Fire-type with you like Jormuntide Ignis to have a chance. Catching Frostallion is worth the trouble, though. Image via Pocketpair Paladius Paladius is like a sibling to Necromus, both being in suits of armor. However, Paladius is a bit slower as a ground mount. However, that’s not to say you won’t be pleased with Paladius, who has a sprinting speed of 1400.  In fact, Paladius and Necromus are so close, that they spawn in the same location, in the northern tip of the Dessicated Desert. You can use that same location to find the Paladius. A great way to take down Paladius is to use their sibling, Necromus, to fight them. They have near equal strength, but Necromus is a Dark-type which is strong against Neutral-types like Paladius. Attack them at nighttime when they’re asleep with your Necromus for the best results. Image via Pocketpair Rayhound Next up is Rayhound, who luckily is nowhere near as difficult to catch, but isn’t too shabby in combat. Plus, you still get a great sprinting speed of 1380 when you catch a Rayhound without the difficult fight required for the Legendary Pals above.  Rayhound can be found nearly anywhere on the southern half of the island of the Dessicated Desert. I used the Duneshelter Fast Travel point and headed south to find one quickly.  Rayhound is an Electric-type, so you’ll want a solid Ground-type Pal to take them on and get their health down. A Pal like Menasting or Warsect is perfect for the job. While it’s not a Level 50 Legendary Alpha Pal, you’ll still need to be ready to put up a good fight to catch them. Image via Pocketpair Pyrin Finally, we have Pyrin as the last of the fastest ground mounts you can find with a speed of 1300. This Pal’s usefulness mainly lies in being a good ground mount, and like Rayhound, it isn’t a tough Alpha Pal that can be a hassle to get. Pyrins can be found on the eastern half of Mount Obsidian. I used the Foot of the Volcano Fast Travel point and headed up to find mine, but as long as you stay on the eastern side you can spot one.  Bring a strong Water-type Pal to get Pyrin’s health low enough to throw your Pal Sphere. Relaxaurus or Azurobe are great Pals to fight Pyrin with, as they’re not too high in level for you to get but still great in combat. Azurobe is even one of the fastest water mounts you can get if you need to travel the seas. Having a ground mount is a huge plus while scavenging the lands for more materials and resources, and even new Pals to catch and use. You’ll want to get one as soon as you can for the best experience.  The post Fastest ground mounts in Palworld and how to get them appeared first on Destructoid .
DestructoidJul 23
Fastest water mounts in Palworld and how to get them
Fastest water mounts in Palworld and how to get them There is a huge variety of Pals for you to get your hands on while you’re exploring Palpagos in Palworld . Each comes with their own abilities, work suitability, and strengths. Some are great for combat, while others are perfect for busy work on your base.  Palpagos is a large land, so it’s natural that some Pals shine by being able to transport you quickly. Water travel is especially important since it can take you to all the different islands. If you’re looking for the fastest Pals for water travel, we’re here to show you. The best swimming mount Pals in Palworld Here are the top three fastest water mounts in Palworld, and where you can find them: Image via Pocketpair Azurobe If you’re looking for the fastest water mount available, look no further than Azurobe. This Water and Dragon-type Pal offers you the quickest swimming speed when you’re traveling across the water, with a speed of 800. To get Azurobe, travel to either the lake to the west of the Bridge of The Twin Knights or No. 1 Wildlife Sanctuary. I’d recommend the lake since the Ravine Entrance Fast Travel point will take you directly where you want to go. There will be a level 17 Alpha Azurobe you can battle here. To bring its health down, use a strong Electric-type or Ice-type Pal. These will exploit Azurobe’s weaknesses. Throw a Pal Sphere to catch it, and you’ve got the quickest water mount available. They're perfect for when you don't have a flying mount but still need to cross the water. Image via Pocketpair Jormuntide Jormuntide is next on the list, with a solid swimming speed of 700. Something great about Jormuntide is that not only are they a great water mount, but they are also incredible when it comes to combat.  Much like Azurobe, Jormuntide is a Water and Dragon-type, so bring an Electric or Ice-type Pal to battle them. The best for the job is either Orserk or Grizzbolt, who both have devastating electrical attacks that are great for taking Jormuntide’s health down. There are two spots you can find Jormuntide, and both are level 45 Alpha Pals. You can either go to the lake south of the Twilight Dunes, or the bones in the water that are on the western side of the Eastern Wild Island. Either one will let you find and capture this Pal. Image via Pocketpair Surfent The last on our list is Surfent, who is a great swimming mount for those just starting off their journey in Palworld . This Pal has a swimming speed of 650, putting them just below Jormuntide. However, they’re much easier to obtain. You can find Surfent either at the river leading up to the Shoal Mineshaft just north of the Seabreeze Archipelago, or in the lake to the east of the Bamboo Groves. Both of these spots aren’t difficult to get to, so you can find Surfent easily. Surfent is a Water-type only and isn’t particularly strong when it comes to combat. This means so long as you bring a solid Electric-type Pal with you for combat, you won’t have too much trouble catching one.  Surfent may be the slowest on this list, but they’ve got an edge over the other two in that you can obtain a Surfent early in the game. You don’t need to fight a powerful Alpha variant of the Pal, and the saddle for this Pal unlocks at Technology level 10. You can even keep it on your base when you've captured a faster mount. You’ll definitely want to get this Pal if you’re just kicking off your playthrough. The post Fastest water mounts in Palworld and how to get them appeared first on Destructoid .
DestructoidJul 23
How to get Kikit in Palworld
How to get Kikit in Palworld Sakurajima Summer is here for Palworld , giving players plenty of new content to dive into as they journey through Palpagos, building bases, defending themselves from raids, and catching Pals. The update brings plenty of stuff to the game, but most exciting of all is the new Pals. One of these Pals is Kikit, a Ground-type who might not be very big, but they are quite interesting. If you’re on the hunt for Kikit, this is where you can find one and how to add them to your Paldeck. Where to find Kikit in Palworld Kikit can be found at two locations, both on the island of Sakurajima : the Northern Rock Field and the Southern Sandbar. Luckily, there are Fast Travel points at both of these locations, so as long as you’ve unlocked them, they won’t be hard to get to. Once you’re at either the Northern Rock Field or Southern Sandbar, Kikits can be found all around. They normally travel in groups of up to three, so you’ll have plenty of chances to get one. You can find the exact locations where Kikits can be found, which are circled on the map below.  Image via Pocketpair How to catch Kikit in Sakurajima Update You’ll need to use a Pal Sphere to catch your Kikit by throwing it at the Pal. Engage them in combat to bring their health down as low as possible before throwing it for the best catch rate. Make sure not to kill it, though. Kikits are not the best combat Pals, so as long as you bring the type they're weak to, which is Grass-type Pals, you shouldn’t have too much trouble bringing one’s health down. Be aware that these Pals will roll away from you, too, so be fast.  If you don’t feel like catching one out in the wild, you can also hatch a Kikit from a Rocky Egg if you have one. Kikit Type, Work Suitability, and Base Stats This little Pal is a Ground-type Pal, which is weak to Grass-types and strong against Electric-types. They only have one work suitability, Mining, of which they are only a level one.  The base stats of Kikit are relatively low, unfortunately. They have a base HP of 75, a base Attack of 70, and a base Defense of 90. This puts Kikit at a low combat tier and sadly a low base tier as well, since they only have one work suitability. However, Kikits have a certain charm to them, and they still make good workers for your base. They’re also pretty cute. The post How to get Kikit in Palworld appeared first on Destructoid .
DestructoidJul 19
How to get Xenovader and Xenogard in Palworld
How to get Xenovader and Xenogard in Palworld One of the best parts of the Sakurajima Summer update for Palworld is the inclusion of new Pals to catch and add to your team. There is a wide range of new pocket monsters to find, and they include two of the best Pals you can find in the game. Xenovader and Xenogard are these Pals, and since they’re so useful in combat and at bases, you’ll definitely want to get your hands on them. Here’s how you can catch both Xenovader and Xenogard. Where to find Xenovader and Xenogard Xenogard and Xenovader don’t have any set spawn points — rather, they spawn at Meteorite Events only. Similar to Base Raids and Supply Drops, when a Meteorite Event occurs, you’ll get a notification and be given a point on your heads-up display pointing to where it’s happening. These can occur anywhere on the map. You can see on the heads-up display below what this marker looks like. Head for this point to find the Pals. You will either find a group of Xenovaders at the event, or if you’re lucky one large Xenogard will spawn. Image via Pocketpair Note that if the Meteorite Event is taking place on the island of Sakurajima, neither Xenovader nor Xenogard will spawn. You’ll get a Selyne instead.  How to catch Xenovader and Xenogard You can catch both of these space Pals by bringing their health down as low as you can before throwing a Pal Sphere at them. Both Xenovaders and Xenogards are incredibly tough, so bringing down their health won’t be easy. For Xenovaders, bring a powerful Dragon-type Pal to exploit their weaknesses. The best Pal to do this with is definitely Jetragon, who is the strongest Dragon-type Pal in the game. I highly recommend catching one to fight Xenovaders. Xenogard is an incredibly strong Alpha Pal and is rarer the spawn than Xenovaders. However, only one will spawn per meteor event, so you’ll have less to fight. Xenogard, who is absolutely massive, is even harder to beat than Xenovader. Bring your strongest Ice-type to beat Xenogard. The best Pal for this is Frostallion, since it’s one of the strongest Ice-types but also boosts Ice element damage. If you don’t have Frostallion, Foxcicle is a good backup. Make sure to also bring powerful Pal Spheres like Legendary Spheres or Ultimate Spheres to ensure that you catch the Pal when their health is low. You don’t want to miss out on them. Xenovader and Xenogard Type, Work Suitability, and Base Stats Here are all the stats for both Xenovader and Xenogard: Pal Type Work Suitability Base Stats Xenovader Dark-type Lumbering, Level 2 Transporting, Level 2 HP: 90 Attack: 125 Defense: 85 Xenogard Dragon-type Mining, Level 3 HP: 110 Attack: 120 Defense: 130 Both of these Pals are incredible when it comes to combat, and also quite hand on your bases. You definitely don’t want to forgo them, so make sure to make it a priority to find them at Meteor Events and take them for your team. The post How to get Xenovader and Xenogard in Palworld appeared first on Destructoid .
DestructoidJul 19
How to get Lullu in Palworld
How to get Lullu in Palworld There’s plenty of beautiful cherry blossom trees to see in the Sakurajima Summer update for Palworld . Not only have the beautiful pink trees been added, but plenty of new content is here as well, such as new technology, and new locations. New Pals are part of the update as well, with the additions to the Paldeck giving players plenty more variety for their combat and bases. One of the Sakurajima Pals is Lullu, a lovely flower-esque Pal that’s got great work suitability. If you’re on the hunt for Lullu, we’re here to show you how to get them. Where to find Lullu in Palworld Lullu can only be found in the area surrounding the Dancing Sakura Shrine on Sakurajima . Along the Cherry Blossom Crossroads, just to the east of the shrine, is the best place to catch the Pal. If you have the Fast Travel point unlocked here, use it to travel there quickly.  However, you can go to the south and find Lullu as well. Just make sure not to cross into the Southern Sandbar, or else you’ve gone too far. On the map below, you can find Lullus in the circled areas. Image via Pocketpair How to catch Lullu in Sakurajima Update To catch a Lullu after you’ve found one in the wild, you’ll need to throw a Pal Sphere at them. Make sure to bring their health down as low as you can for the best catch rate, by engaging them in combat. Lullu isn’t a particularly strong combat Pal, so you shouldn’t have too much trouble bringing their health down to capture one. They have low combat abilities and base stats, so simply bring your strongest Pal with you to get the job done.  If you want to do it quickly, you can bring a Fire-type Pal with you to bring Lullu’s health down quicker. Lullu is a grass type, so any you come across will be weak to a Fire-type Pal. Pals like Blazamut or Faleris are perfect for this. A Lullu can also be hatched from a Verdant Egg if you use an Egg Incubator. Eggs don’t guarantee a specific Pal though, so use this method at your own risk.  Lullu Type, Work Suitability, and Base Stats Lullu is a Grass-type Pal that’s weak to Fire-types and strong against Ground-types. This won’t come too much in handy, though, as Lullu has pretty low stats and isn’t well-suited for combat. The base stats for Lullu are an HP of 90, an Attack of 90, and a Defense of 80. What Lullu lacks in combat ability is made up by their incredible usefulness when on your home base. This is because of their multiple work suitabilities: Planting, Level 2 Handiwork, Level 2 Medicine, Level 2 Gathering, Level 1 If you plan on adding a Lullu to your Paldeck, putting them on base to craft medicine or tend to your garden is the best option for this flowery Sakurajima Pal . The post How to get Lullu in Palworld appeared first on Destructoid .
DestructoidJul 17
How to get Yakumo in Palworld
How to get Yakumo in Palworld If cherry blossoms are your thing, then you’ll love the Sakurajima Summer update for Palworld , which brings beautiful sakura trees to Palpagos. This update brings plenty of new content to the game, like a new island, new technology, and more. Of course, in addition there are new Pals for you to catch and add to your team included in the update. One of the new pocket monsters in the Paldeck is Yakumo, a very fancy dog-like Pal. If you’re on the hunt for Yakumo, you’re in luck, because we’re going to show you how to get them. Where to find Yakumo in Palworld The only place you can find a Yakumo will be on the new island of Sakurajima . Specifically, you can find this new Sakurajima Pal in the Dancing Sakura Shrine area. If you have the Moonflower Tower Entrance Fast Travel point unlocked, use it to instantly get to the area where you’ll find Yakumos. You can also use the Secluded Cemetery Fast Travel point, but you will need to travel slightly southeast from there. You can find the area that spawns Yakumos marked on the map below. Image via Pocketpair How to catch Yakumo in Sakurajima Update Like all other Pals, Yakumo can be caught by bringing its health down and then throwing a Pal Sphere at it. Once you find the Yakumo you want to catch, begin combat and bring its health as close to zero as you can without killing it. Since Yakumo is a Neutral-type Pal, it will be weak to Dark-types. Bring a strong combat Dark-type Pal with you to battle Yakumo. I recommend a Necromus or Shadowbeak for the best combat abilities, but since Yakumo isn’t particularly strong when it comes to battle, any Dark-type will work. As soon as their health is low enough, toss a Pal Sphere to catch them successfully.  You can also hatch Yakumo from a Common Egg using an Egg Incubator. However, since it’s not guaranteed the egg will hatch a Yakumo, this method does take a bit longer. Yakumo Type, Work Suitability, and Base Stats Yakumo, as mentioned above, is a Neutral-type Pal. They are weak to Dark-types. Unfortunately, Neutral-type Pals aren’t strong against any other type. Yakumo is, however, a level two when it comes to the Gathering work suitability, so they are still good to have around your base.  Yakumo has a base HP of 85, a base Attack of 85, and a base Defense of 85. They aren’t a particularly strong Pal when it comes to combat, so they’re best kept around bases for gathering work and overall just looking cool. The post How to get Yakumo in Palworld appeared first on Destructoid .
DestructoidJul 16
How to get Sootseer in Palworld
How to get Sootseer in Palworld It’s Sakurajima Summer for Palworld , with the update bringing plenty of new content for fans to play through. There’s new technology to gather, a whole new island added to Palpagos, and plenty more. That includes new Pals to add to your Paldeck, like Sootseer. This spooky, fiery, ghostly Pal is ready to be caught and added to your collection if you can get them. Have no fear, we’re here to show you how to get Sootseer.  Where to find Sootseer in Palworld Sootseer can only be found on the new island of Sakurajima, specifically at the Secluded Cemetery. This is nestled right between the Dancing Sakura Shrine and the edge of the Northern Rock Field. It’s important to note that you can only find Sootseers at nighttime, as they are nocturnal. If you go to their location during the day, you’ll need to wait. Use the Secluded Cemetery Fast Travel point to get there quickly if you have it unlocked. You can see the exact location marked on the map below. This Sakurajima Pal is pretty rare, so don’t get discouraged if you don’t find them right away. Image via Pocketpair How to catch Sootseer in Sakurajima Update Sootseer can be caught the same as all other Pals, by bringing its health down as low as possible and throwing a Pal Sphere at it. Sootseer is strong when it comes to combat, so you’ll need a good Pal to fight it. Sootseer is both a Fire and Dark-type Pal, so it is weak to Water-types and Dragon-types. The best Pal for this battle is Jormuntide, as they are both a Water and Dragon-type and is top tier when it comes to combat. However, both Elphidran Aqua and Relaxaurus can also get the job done. Since Sootseer isn’t easy to get, I recommend using an advanced Pal Sphere like an Ultimate Sphere to guarantee you’ll catch them. If you don’t feel like fighting, you can also hatch a Sootseer from a Large Dark Egg using an Egg Incubator. However, there’s no guarantee you’ll hatch a Sootseer instead of another Dark-type Pal, so this method typically takes longer. Sootseer Type, Work Suitability, and Base Stats As mentioned above, Sootseer is a Fire and Dark-type Pal, so they’re strong against Grass and Neutral-type Pals and weak against Water and Dragon-types. They have plenty of work suitabilities, including: Kindling, Level 3 Handiwork, Level 2 Gathering, Level 1 Mining, Level 2 Farming, Level 1 Sootseer has a base HP of 105, a base Attack of 125, and a base Defense of 90. While their Defense isn’t anything special, their base Attack is one of the highest in the game. This makes them a solid Pal for combat, and one of the highest base tier Pals you can find. The post How to get Sootseer in Palworld appeared first on Destructoid .
DestructoidJul 16
How to get Dazemu in Palworld
How to get Dazemu in Palworld The Sakurajima Summer update for Palworld has brought a whole host of new content to the pocket monster survival game, from a new island to explore to new technology to make as you journey across Palpagos.  Of course, along with the update comes plenty of new Pals you can find and catch to have join your team. One of those many Pals is Dazemu, and if you’re on the lookout for this Pal, fortunately, we’re here to show you just how to get them. Where to find Dazemu in Palworld Dazemu can be found in two places on the Palpagos Islands, on the Southern Sandbar of Sakurajima Island, and on the Twilight Dunes just southeast of Ice Wind Island. Both of these areas contain Dazemus for you to find. Sakurajima is the new island included with the update, and if you’ve unlocked the Southern Sandbar fast travel point, you can travel straight to one of the places where you can find Dazemus. This is the easiest location to get to if you’re looking for this Pal. You can see the exact area marked on the map below. Image via Pocketpair How to catch Dazemu in Sakurajima Update Just like all the other Pals in the game, you will need to engage a Dazemu in combat and bring their health down low, then throw a Pal Sphere to catch them. Luckily, Dazemu isn’t the strongest Pal in the game. Since Dazemu is a Ground-type Pal, you’ll want to bring a Grass-type with you to battle them. Any will work, but I recommend a Warsect or a Mammorest for the best combat abilities.  Once the Dazemu’s HP is as low as you can get it, toss a Pal Sphere to make it your own. Be sure not to bring their HP down to zero, though, or they’ll die and you’ll need to find another one to catch. If you stumble on a Large Rocky Egg while exploring, you can also use the Egg Incubator to hatch it and have a chance to get a Dazemu. There’s no guarantee, though, so this method takes much longer. Dazemu Type, Work Suitability, and Base Stats As mentioned above, Dazemu is a Ground-type Pal, which means they’re strong against Electric-types and weak to Grass-types. Dazemus has one work suitability, which is Gathering. They’re a level two at this.  Dazemu has a base HP of 95, a base Attack of 90, and a base Defense of 80. This puts Dazemu at a lower tier when it comes to combat. However, they are fantastic as a ground mount . They have an increased movement speed while on the sand, so they’re perfect for moving on deserts and beaches. The post How to get Dazemu in Palworld appeared first on Destructoid .
DestructoidJul 15
Official Palworld plushes are now available to pre-order, but stock is limited
Official Palworld plushes are now available to pre-order, but stock is limited If you’re a fan of Palworld and have an urge to squeeze your favorite Pal until they complain, then you’re in luck, especially if your favorite Pal happens to be Depresso, Cattiva, or Chillet.  Pocketpair has released Palworld official plushes of the three aforementioned Pals, and they’re being sold through Aniplex, who have partnered with both Pocketpair and Sony Music to form Palworld Entertainment .  Despite the difference in size of the Pals in-game, all of these plushes are 25cm (9.8 inches) tall and adorable, especially Depresso . The little Pal comes armed with his signature pickaxe, ready to mine all day without emotion.  Image via Palworld Entertainment These plushes are available to pre-order as long as you reside in one of the following locations: USA Canada UK Ireland Australia New Zealand However, stock is limited. Although there is no definite indication as to how many of each plush is available, it’s safe to say that if you want official Palworld plushes you should probably order soon. On the plus side, they’re reasonably priced at $26.99 USD each, so you won’t have to break the bank in order to have Depresso, Cattiva, or Chillet taking up residence in your home.  Image via Palworld Entertainment These plushes come soon after the announcement from Palworld detailing that, at the time, no official plushes on the market, but official ones were coming soon . Of course, there are plenty of off-brand Palworld vendors out there, but if you want to show your support to Pocketpair, these are the plushes to get. Hopefully, with the release of the Sakurajima update and many new Pals added to the game, these plushes will soon be joined by other favorites. I, for one, would love to have a Shroomer or Croajiro plush. Time will tell, but this is a good start for anyone wanting to start a collection. The post Official Palworld plushes are now available to pre-order, but stock is limited appeared first on Destructoid .
DestructoidJul 12
How to get Dogen in Palworld
How to get Dogen in Palworld The Sakurajima Summer update has brought a plethora of new content to Palworld , from a new island to new technology to unlock and use. Of course, there are also a handful of new Pals that you can catch to join your army.  One of these new Pals is Dogen, a ninja-like dog who is always meditating and looks very cool. If you’re looking to add Dogen to your Paldeck, we’re here to show you were to find this Pal and how you can catch them. Where to find Dogen in Palworld Dogen is found on the new Sakurajima Island included in the update, specifically around the Dancing Sakura Shrine. This is the only area in all of Palpagos that Dogen spawns, so this is where you need to go. To get there quickly, you can use either the Moonflower Tower Entrance fast travel or the Secluded Cemetery fast travel point to get to the right area. All Dogens will spawn in a section of the shrine that’s circled below. Image via Pocketpair How to catch Dogen in Sakurajima Summer update Just like all the other Pals in Palworld , in order to catch Dogen, you need its health down as low as you can without killing it and throwing a Pal Sphere. A Hyper Sphere has the highest chance to catch a Pal, but you can use whatever type you have on hand. Dogen is a Neutral-type Pal, which has a weakness of dark. So, bring a strong Dark-type Pal with you to have the best chance of bringing Dogen’s health down. I recommend a strong one like Menasting , but you can use whatever Dark-type Pal you have. Once its health is low, go ahead and throw your Pal Sphere to catch it. Don’t bring Dogen’s HP down to zero, or you’ll need to find another one to catch. Dogen can also be hatched by incubating a Large Common Egg with an Egg Incubator if you don’t want to catch one. However, once you pick up the egg, there’s no guarantee it will hatch as a Dogen. Dogen Type, Work Suitability, and Base Stats As mentioned before, Dogen is a Neutral-type Pal. It will be weak to Dark-types and has no strength over any other type. Dogen does have plenty of work suitabilities, though, which include:  Handiwork, Level 3 Lumbering, Level 2 Medicine, Level 1 Transporting, Level 2 Gathering, Level 2 This variety of work makes Dogen a great Pal to keep on your base. For its base stats, Dogen has an HP of 90, an Attack of 100, and a Defense of 100. This is very middle of the pack for a Pal, so while Dogen doesn’t particularly excel anywhere, they’re not weak anywhere either. The post How to get Dogen in Palworld appeared first on Destructoid .
DestructoidJul 11