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Palworld: How to Get Honey

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Palworld - Honey

The world in Palworld is enriched with both minerals and organic resources that are essential for survival and progress in the game. One of the organic resources players can get in Palworld is Honey as it is used in several cooking recipes like Cake which is essential for breeding Pals.

In this guide, we’ll tell you how to get Honey in Palworld.

How to Get Honey in Palworld

Honey can be obtained by a couple of methods in Palworld. The very first and initial method to get Honey is to catch or kill Pals that have Honey as a possible drop and the second method is to deploy the Pals in the Ranch to produce Honey. Initially, all players will have to get their first Honey either by catching or killing a Pal that carries Honey. There are several Pals with Honey as a possible drop that players will get to find as they explore the island.

  • Cinnamoth
  • Beegarde
  • Elizabee
  • Warsect

A couple of early Pals that players will run into are Cinnamoth and Beegarde. The habitat areas for both of these Pals are large and can be killed or caught easily. Both killing and catching any of these Pals will grant Honey to players.

Additionally, players can deploy these Pals to the Ranch for them to produce Honey which will allow players to never hunt for honey again. It is the best way to make yourself a sustainable source of Honey is by building a Ranch and putting the Pals that carry Honey in it. The Pals will spend some time in the Ranch and start to Graze from time to time which will automatically put Honey on the ground. You just have to go into the Ranch and pick up the Honey to store it in your inventory or the storage chests.

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