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How to Get Ancient Civilization Parts in Palworld

You've got the points, now get the parts.

You’ve trained your Pals, you’ve taken down your first boss, and you’ve obtained Ancient Civilization Points. Looking into your Technology list, you see that you can construct some really useful amenities. But there’s a catch, you need Ancient Civilization Parts. Here’s where to find them in Palworld.

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How to Find Ancient Civilization Parts in Palworld

Obtaining Ancient Civilization Parts in Palworld is fairly straightforward once you know where they are located, and how to get them. You can obtain Ancient Civilization Parts by successfully defeating certain types of bosses in-game. These consist of bosses found in both Caves and Dungeons that you will encounter as you explore the unique environments of Palworld.

Caves are areas that spawn for a finite period, and you will have to find them before they despawn from the environment. It can be hard to spot them, but as you explore, you will eventually notice them on the sides of mountains/cliffs. Take advantage of these opportunities as they offer worthwhile loot besides Ancient Civilization Parts, too.

Dungeons are a different story. You will notice these as you venture into the world, and they are quite hard to miss. They are designated areas with a light in which you interact to enter the dungeon. Much easier to spot than Caves, but generally more difficult. Nothing that you and your Pals can’t handle though! Once you and your Pals have gotten into the groove, you’ll be running Dungeons and Caves in no time.

All Alpha Pal Locations in Palworld

Alpha Pals — another word for the Bosses that you’ll encounter — can be located around the map and offer a tremendous challenge with an excellent reward. Below, you’ll find a list of all the Alpha Pals available in the game, alongside their locations:

Alpha Pals – Field Boss Locations

  • Level 11 Chillet – Fort Ruins Fast Travel
  • Level 11 Gumoss – Sea Breeze Archipelago Church
  • Level 11 Sweepa – Small Cove Fast Travel
  • Level 14 Dumud – Ice Wind Island
  • Level 15 Penking – Sealed Realm of the Frozen Wings Fast Travel
  • Level 17 Grintail – Marsh Island Church Ruins
  • Level 17 Azurobe – Bridge of the Twin Knights
  • Level 18 Nitewing – Ice Wind Island
  • Level 23 Felbat – Sealed Realm of the Abyssal Nights
  • Level 23 Kingpaca – Small Settlement
  • Level 23 Katress – Islandhopper Coast Teleport Point
  • Level 23 Bushi – Sealed Realm of the Sword Master
  • Level 23 Broncherry – Sea Breeze Archipelago
  • Level 23 Quivern – Sealed Realm of the Winged Tyrant
  • Level 23 Vaelet – Sealed Realm of the Guardian
  • Level 25 Fenglope – Falls Mineshaft
  • Level 28 Petallia – Sealed Realm of Spirits
  • Level 29 Beakon – Deep Bamboo Thicket
  • Level 30 Elphidran – Hypocrite Hill
  • Level 30 Broncherry Aqua – Sealed Realm of the Sword Master
  • Level 30 Warscet – Sealed Realm of the Stalwart
  • Level 31 Mossandra Lux – Eastern Wind Island
  • Level 31 Elizabee – Devout Mineshaft
  • Level 31 Univolt – Sea Breeze Archipelago Church
  • Level 31 Relaxaurus Lux – Sealed Realm of the Thunder Dragon
  • Level 32 Lunaris – Sea Breeze Archipelago Castaway Beach
  • Level 35 Verdash – Sealed Realm of the Swift
  • Level 38 Mammorest – Grassy Behemoth Hills
  • Level 38 Wumpo Botan – Eastern Wild Island
  • Level 40 Sibelyx – Free Pal Alliance Tower
  • Level 43 Ice Kingpaca – Forgotten Mineshaft
  • Level 44 Menasting – Dessicated Mineshaft
  • Level 45 Jormuntide – Investigator’s Fork & Mossandra Forest
  • Level 45 Suzaku – Desert Biome
  • Level 47 Anubis – Sealed Realm of the Winged Tyrant (Twilight Dunes)
  • Level 47 Dinossum Lux – Furthest Mineshaft
  • Level 48 Astegon – Destroyed Mineshaft
  • Level 49 Blazamut – Scorching Mineshaft
  • Level 49 Lyleen Noct – Iceberg Mineshaft
  • Level 50 Necromus – Deep Sand Dunes
  • Level 50 Paladius – Deep Sand Dunes
  • Level 50 Jetragon – Beach of Everlasting Summer
  • Level 50 Frostallion – Land of Absolute Zero

Alpha Pals – Dungeon Bosses

You can also encounter Alpha Pals by diving into Dungeons that you encounter across the map. While the Boss at the end of the Dungeon that may encounter will be randomized every time you play through them, you can enter the same dungeon again for a chance to challenge a new boss. You can encounter almost any kind of Pal in the dungeons, so prepare accordingly.

You’ll likely be doing this a lot, as each drop that I encountered only gave me a single Ancient Civilization Part at the end of it. You need a few to get the best items, but they’re worth it, as it unlocks the Egg Incubator. Which you will need for all of those Eggs that you have found lying about the place, or Eggs that you breed yourself at your Base. However, if you come across them, it’s another Pal for your monster army.

All Ancient Civilization Parts Recipes in Palworld

The Ancient Civilization Parts are great items to have, especially if you’re hoping to get your hands on plenty of great items. Below, you’ll find a list of all the available crafting recipes that call for Ancient Civilization parts:

Ancient Civilization Parts – Weapons

  • Decal Gun Set
  • Giga Grappling Gun
  • Grappling Gun
  • Homing Sphere Launcher
  • Hyper Grappling Gun
  • Lily’s Spear
  • Mega Grappling Gun
  • Scatter Sphere Launcher
  • Single-Shot Sphere Launcher

Ancient Civilization Parts – Shields

  • Giga Shield
  • Hyper Shield
  • Mega Shield

Ancient Civilization Parts – Technology

  • Egg Incubator
  • Hip Lantern
  • Pal Essence Condenser

No matter if you’re hoping to just explore the world before you and have fun while doing it, or if you want to get your hands on plenty of exciting new pieces of gear, we’ve got you covered in our Palworld section below. Find out how to get your hands on the Musket with ease, and become the best shot in all of Palworld.


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