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Palworld: How to Build a Shoddy Bed



Palworld - Shoddy Bed

Surviving in Palworld requires you to craft various weapons and tools as well as build certain structures to heal when injured. One of the essential structures that players can use to restore HP is a Shoddy Bed that can also be used to pass time in Palworld.

In this guide, we’ll tell you how to build a Shoddy Bed in Palworld.

How to Build a Shoddy Bed in Palworld

A Shoddy Bed is a resting structure for the humans in Palworld that players can unlock and learn its recipe at reaching Level 3 of Technology. Forage resources, mine rocks and ores, catch Pals, and complete base missions to increase the level. Once you have reached level 3, open the Technology tab and learn the recipe for Shoddy Bed by using one Technology Point.

Upon learning the recipe, go into the Build Mode by pressing the B button and switch to the infrastructure category to find the Shoddy Bed structure. Select the Shoddy Bed and place it on a foundation to build it. It cannot be placed on the ground like other structures so, you will first have to build a wooden foundation with a roof.

Once you have built the foundation, select the Shoddy Bed from the build menu to place and build it on the foundation. It will require 20x Wood, 5x Fiber, and 1x Wool to build the Shoddy Bed so, make sure that you have the required materials in your inventory or a wooden chest.

After building the Shoddy Bed, you will be able to sleep in it by interacting with it at night time to restore health as well as pass the time to morning. Make sure that you have a roof on the foundation to gain the advantage of restoring HP otherwise, it will not replenish any depleted HP.

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