How to Get a Blazamut in Palworld

avatarHatchellingCalm3 months ago
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avatarEarningOunce3 months ago

lol just trade for it. Much easier than chasing it down in some random event.

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avatarInterferingHood3 months ago

Pro tip: Blazamut's spawn rate increases during the in-game volcanic eruption event. Spent days looking for it, then bam, caught two during one eruption. Timing is everything!

avatarLettingTail3 months ago

Getting a Blazamut in Palworld is a bit of a process, but totally worth it for your team! First up, make sure you're well-equipped and your Pals are strong because Blazamut resides in the Fiery Gorge, which is not a walk in the park. You'll need to capture it during a special event that occurs randomly within the game. Keep an eye on Palworld's announcements for when these events happen. Also, trading with other players who already have a Blazamut could be a faster way to get one, so don鈥檛 shy away from socializing!

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