Conan Exiles is a brutal survival MMORPG with a seemingly infinite number of materials that you have to gather. In a world of barbarians, you must be able to use every animal to your advantage. Bones are some of the most generically available materials in the game. However, they are very awkward to gather if you don’t know what to look for. So, whether you are new to the game or just forgotten, we’ll help you get a bone or two from the animals of Conan Exiles.
How to Get Bones in Conan Exiles
In order to collect bones in Conan Exiles, you must use a pickaxe to harvest them from dead creatures. A Pick tool is the tool that gives you the best bang for your buck, but will give you less of other materials. You can gather bones from looting dafari chests, which carry a few of them but take time to farm early on. You can also use a Fluid Press to get the resource from carcasses and heads that you can carry with you.
By far the most consistent way to gather bones is by using a pickaxe to harvest materials from flesh-and-blood creatures. This will prevent you from gathering other materials, like Meat.
You can also use a Fluid press to get bones. The Fluid Press takes a longer time, but turns animal corpses and heads into The larger the carcass, the more bones you will get. For instance, a Bear Carcass will produce 10 of the material, while an Aardwolf will create 25. This is alongside the blood and hide that you will collect from the Fluid Press.
Dafari chests are another way to gather bone. This is more difficult, since you’ll have to raid Dafari camps in the southwestern camps of the continent. However, once you’re geared up, these chests will give you quite a few bones, alongside other materials.
Bones will be needed for early game tools, late game enchantments, and decorations. You are going to always want a handful of them, because they will always be relevant!
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Jason Toro-McCue has committed his schooling to the study of the connection between game design and narrative. When he's not working on this bond through writing articles or guides, he's playing Dungeons & Dragons, or just playing games themselves and looking at the story there.