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Sons of the Forest: Where to Find the Repel Shrine Blueprint

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Sons of the Forest - Repel Shrine Blueprint

The full-release version of The Sons of the Forest has several new blueprints that players will be able to find which will help them build new structures. One of the new blueprints in the game is the Repel Shrine which will allow players to repel the enemies from a designated area in which the Repel Shrine is built.

In this guide, we’ll tell you where to find the Repel Shrine blueprint in Sons of the Forest.

Where to Find the Repel Shrine Blueprint in Sons of the Forest

The Repel Shrine blueprint can be found inside Cellar B, a small cave room located on the eastern side of the map. Cellar B is located close to the Knight V spawn on the eastern side and you can easily reach this cellar if you continue straight in the east direction from Cave D where you find the Golden/Ancient Armor.

Upon reaching Cellar B, equip the Axe to break the wooden planks to enter the cave. Continue ahead in the cave and you will reach an open area with supply crates. The Repel Shrine blueprint will be on the barrel in the middle. Pick up the blueprint to add the Repel Shrine recipe to the Notebook through which you will be able to build it using the following materials.

  • 49x Bones
  • 6x Skulls
  • 7x Stones

All of these materials are easy to obtain, found both on the island and inside the caves. So make sure to gather the materials while exploring the island and the caves to have all the required materials. Furthermore, activating the Repel Shrine will also require 6x Solafite Ores so, make sure to mine the ores from the caves that hold Solafite Nodes to get the required ores.

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