How to Farm Honey In Palworld

No good Survival Game is complete without the means of farming for materials and resources, and thanks to the Ranch that you can build at your base In palworld, you can do just that in this new and exciting Creature Taming adventure.

There are so many Pals that, if placed in a Ranch and allowed to graze, will produce natural resources that will help you progress further in the game. 

Some are more obvious, such as a Mozzarina for Milk or a Lamball for Honey. But even some way into the game, you may be wondering if you hope to make Honey in Palworld. 

Well, wonder no more, as we have created a quick and easy-to-follow guide allowing you to set up a Honey farm at your Base and get the ingredients you need to whip up a tasty meal. So, without further delay, here is Indie Game Culture’s How To Farm Honey In Palworld Guide. 

Which Pal Produces Honey In Palworld?

There are a number of Pals that produce Honey in Palworld, but they all tend to live in the same region of the map.

If you want to produce honey, you will need to either kill a Cinnamoth or Warsect, as these Pals drop honey when defeated, and this is also true of a Beegarde or an Elizabee.

Beegarde and Elizabee tend to travel together, and they produce honey in higher volumes as they can be farmed for Honey when captured, so these tend to be the best choices. 

How to Catch A Beegarde 

So, provided you’ve settled on catching either a Beegarde or a Elizabee, you’ll need to know where these are found. These Pals are located in the Verdant Brook section of the map. If you’ve discovered the Gobfin Turf Fast Travel Point, it’s a short walk from there. 

Getting there is half the battle, but catching Beegarde can be a real test of skill, not only because these Pals are a decent level, ranging from 20-28, but they also have an attack like TocoToco that allows them to home in on the player and detonate for insane damage. This essentially means that if you let them get close and get that attack off, you’re as good as dead. 

So, with that in mind, here are some tips to avoid becoming a puddle on the ground: 

  • Use pals to lure detonating Beegarde away from you 
  • These Pals tend to travel in packs of three, so let two detonate and then focus on one Beegarde
  • If you see 2x Beegarde and an Elizabee, let the two Beegarde detonate and focus on Elizabee

How To Set Up A Honey Farm

When you have a Beegarge, or an Elizabee in your possession, setting up a Honey Farm couldn’t be more simple. All you need to do is ensure you have built a Ranch at your base.

Then, you need to assign Beegarde to your Base. They will automatically assign themselves to the Ranch and begin grazing, and before long, there will be loads of Honey lying around the Ranch for you to make use of. 

If you want to automate the process even more and keep things neat and tidy, you should also assign Transport Specialist Pals like Hangyu or Killimari, who can take your Honey to nearby Chests, meaning you don’t need to add it to your inventory and transport it yourself to use it. 

The one issue is that Farming is not Beegarde’s default workstation, as it sees planting and Lumbering as a higher priority. So be sure to assign them to the Ranch manually! 

What Is Honey Used For In Palworld? 

The question remains: what was this all for? Well, there are quite a few uses for Honey in Palworld. This can be used to make a handful of Recipes, but above all, the best and most important use of Honey in Palworld is to make Cake. 

Cake is a vital resource that is used to Breed Fusion Pals in Palworld. Without it, you won’t be able to make use of your Breeding Farm at all. 

To make Cake, you’ll need 2X Honey, alongside Eggs, Flour, Red Berries, and Milk, and this can be made at a Cooking Station. 

Sweet Like Honey

So there you have it, people, a guide on how to produce Honey at your Base in Palworld. It might not seem like it, but Honey is a vital resource as you’ll need this ingredient if you want to make Cake needed for breeding Pals.

So we hope this helps you become a Beegarde farmer extraordinaire, and as always, thanks for reading Indie Game Culture. 

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