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Fae Farm: How to Get Silt



Fae Farm: Silt

Gathering various resources from the World of Azoria will help you in many terms and one of the useful resources in Fae Farm is Silt. Silt is used with other resources to make Basic Soil which can be used for basic farming and growing various crops. As farming is crucial in Fae Farm, players will have to get Silt from time to time to be able to farm in larger areas.

In this guide, we’ll tell you how to get Silt in Fae Farm.

How to Get Silt in Fae Farm

The Silt can be obtained by digging the dirt patches on the ground with a Shovel tool. Players will first have to get the Starter Shovel tool to start getting the Silt from digging. The starter shovel is the first level of the shovel and players will be able to get it by unlocking the Starter Toolset. Once players have unlocked the Starter Toolset, they will be able to get Silt from the following locations in Azoria.

  • Farm area (Early Game)
  • Verdant Valley
  • Saltwater Mines

In the early game, the farm area of the players will have several dirt patches that players can clear by digging them to get Silt. Press the Right-Click (Mouse) or the X Button (XBOX Controller) to get Silt by digging the dirt patches. Once players have cleared the farm area, they will be able to get more Silt by going to Verdant Valley and Saltwater Mines locations. Both of the locations are located in Southeast from the farm area in Azoria.

There are several dirt patches in both of the areas and they will respawn from time to time so, players can always revisit the location to get Silt. Along with Silt players will also gather Clay with a 1 to 1 ratio. Meaning, players will get the exact number of clay as silt by digging the dirt patches.

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