How to Find Kitsun in Palworld (& How to Breed)

The best Pal is within reach

If you don’t know where to look, Kitsun is one of those Pals that’s easy to miss. Here’s how to find Kitsun in Palworld.

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How to Find Kitsun in Palworld (& How to Breed)

Kitsun has everything you could ever want from the yokai-inspired Pal. Snow white fur, the best typing in the game, and a bright blue foxfire mane. But as beautiful as it looks, and as bright as its fire is, it’s still one of the hardest non-Alpha Pals to find. But it’s not impossible. Here’s how to find Kitsun in Palworld.

There are currently two ways to find Kitsun in Palworld. You can find it in the wild or hatch it.

Kitsun is a rare spawn that occurs in a very limited area at the top of the mountain in the middle of the map. The closest waypoints are the Free Pal Alliance Tower Entrance, which you’ll likely reach after passing by the Sealed Realm of the Swift waypoint.

Here, at the top of the mountain, you’ll find yourself in a field of snow. You’ll need to have cold-resistant clothes to endure the ice tick damage here or have a Fire Pal out of its ball. Once you’re here, you just need to wait until night. Even though Kitsun isn’t a Dark-type, it exclusively appears after dusk. And maybe that’s for the best, because its mane will make it easy to spot, even from a distance.

But Kitsun is still a rare spawn. Each time I’ve found it, it’s been on a slope at the coordinates 212, 45. Though there’s no guarantee that your spawn point will give you the same Pal. You might get a Swee instead.

Alternatively, you can try to hatch it. I’ve hatched Kitsun twice from Scorching Eggs, one which was a “Large Scorching Egg” and the other a standard Scorching Egg.

But because the Fire Pal hatch pool is so large, it’s better to simply try to hunt them in the snow bowl at the top of the mountain. And while you’re up there, you may as well grab some of that rare and coveted Skill Tree Fruit.

How to Breed Kitsun in Palworld

If you don’t feel like hunting Kitsun through the snow, or you want to make your Kitsun super powerful through Pal Distillation, then breeding is the way to go. Fortunately, Kitsun can easily be bred. And to do that, you’ll need a Mixing Farm, unlockable for your base at level 19, and plenty of cake. Each successful breeding attempt will need one cake. Here are some of the most accessible pairings for Kitsun no matter where you are in the game.

  • Grintale x Rooby
  • Celaray x Chillet
  • Penking x Rooby
  • Nox x Cinnamoth
  • Beakon x Cremis
  • Gumoss x Sweepa
  • Sweepa x Tanzee
  • Arsox x Celaray
  • Mossanda x Gumoss
  • Mossanda x Fuddler
  • Mozzarina x Tombat
  • Kelpsea x Sweepa
  • Caprity x Rayhound
  • Broncherry x Arsox
  • Relaxaurus x Hoocrates
  • Maraith x Grintale
  • Melpaca x Petallia
  • Woolipop x Wumpo
  • Gobfin x Surfnet
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A Staff Writer at Prima Games since 2022, Daphne Fama spends an inordinate amount playing games of all stripes but has a soft spot for horror, FPS, and RPGs. When she’s not gaming, she’s an author and member of the Horror Writers Association with a debut novel coming out in 2025. In a previous life, she was an attorney but found she preferred fiction to contracts and forms