Stardew Valley Prismatic Slime | How to Get

Stardew Valley Prismatic Slime

Grinding through the Stardew Valley Wizard quests can be a huge chore. One of the most confusing is the Prismatic Jelly quest, which has you looking for rainbow jelly. In order to grab that, you’re going to need to get a Prismatic Slime… Which is hard enough to do by itself! This guide will go over some of the best ways to get the rainbow-colored slimes so you’ll be able to farm this quest whenever you get access to it!

How to Get Prismatic Slime in Stardew Valley

Stardew Valley Prismatic Slime

In order to get Prismatic Slime in Stardew Valley, you first need to get the Prismatic Jelly Special Order from the Wizard. Otherwise, the slimes will never be able to spawn. Once the Special Order is grabbed, it will spawn 1.2% of the time if the area can spawn a slime (give or take daily luck). Thankfully, a Prismatic Slime will always drop Prismatic Jelly, so you just need this little fella to appear once.

The best place to farm Prismatic Slime is floor 5 of the Mines. This has a consistent source of slimes without any actual danger. You can keep respawning the room to attempt to get the slimes to spawn. You can do this by either leaving the mine and coming back or just shifting through the floors after floor 5.

This may take a few days to complete, unless you have great luck that day! However, the high spawn rate of slimes on early floors will make Prismatic Slimes consistent. And thankfully, this slime will be guaranteed.

Beating this quest by bringing the Prismatic Jelly to the Wizard will give you 5,000 gp and Monster Musk. Monster Musk boosts the spawn rate of enemies by double. It’s perfect for farming monsters, and almost required for farming rare drops!


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Jason Toro

Jason Toro

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.