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Palia: Where to Find & Catch Kilima Night Moth



Palia: Where to Find & Catch Kilima Night Moth

The world of Palia offers various kinds of bugs throughout the Kilima Valley and Bahari Bay map zones that players can find and catch to level up the Bug Catching Guild and also earn useful items. One of the Common bugs that can be found inside both the Kilima Valley and Bahari Bay map zones is the Kilima Night Moth which also has the potential to drop a new flower called Rose if you catch it only in Kilima Valley.

This guide will help you find and catch the Kilima Night Moth in Palia.

Where to Find Kilima Night Moth in Palia

The Kilima Night Moth can be found throughout the Kilima Valley’s and Bahari Bay’s mountain areas, fields, and forests during Evening and Night (6 PM – 3 AM) in-game time. A few of the frequent locations in Kilima Valley where you can find it easily are the Mirror Fields, Leafhopper Hills, Reflection Fields, Fisherman’s Lagoon, and Whispering Banks.

How to Catch Kilima Night Moth in Palia

Catching the Kilima Night Moth is easier than the rare bugs as it tries to flee in a straight direction with a slow speed. Due to its slow speed, throwing multiple smoke bombs at it once will stun it instantly allowing you to catch it straight away.

However, if you are not consistent in your aiming ability, try to use the Sticky Smoke Bombs on it to make it even slower, and then use the smoke bombs on it to make it unconscious. Once it is stunned go over to it and you will get the option to pick it up. If you are lucky, you will also get the flower seed of Rose which you can plant anywhere in your Housing Plot.

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