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Palworld: How to Build Medieval Medicine Workbench

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Palworld - Medieval Medicine Workbench

The Medieval Medicine Workbench is a working station for producing medicines for Pals that are used to cure Pals of elemental damage and more. Building the Medieval Medicine Workbench is also crucial for increasing the base level as it is one of the required missions.

In this guide, we’ll tell you how to build a Medieval Medicine Workbench in Palworld.

How to Build Medieval Medicine Workbench in Palworld

The Medieval Medicine Workbench is a production-type structure in Palworld that players can unlock and learn its recipe at reaching Level 12 of Technology. Forage resources, mine rocks and ores, catch Pals, and complete base missions to increase the level. Once you have reached level 12, open the Technology tab and learn the recipe for Medieval Medicine Workbench by using two Technology Points.

Upon learning the recipe, go into the Build Mode by pressing the B button and switch to the Production category to find the Medieval Medicine Workbench structure. Select the Medieval Medicine Workbench and place it on the ground to build it with the following resources.

Nail is a refined material that is crafted at a workbench using Ingot after learning its recipe which is unlocked at level 10. So, you will have to first forage Ingot on Primitive Furnace and then use Ingot to craft the required number of Nails.

Once you have built the Medieval Medicine Workbench, interact with it to see which medicines can be produced. Additionally, you can also assign Pals with Medicine Production traits to the workbench to produce the medicines.

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