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Ceramic Composite Munition The First Descendant
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How to Get Ceramic Composite in The First Descendant

That's a lot of Ceramic Composites to farm.

In The First Descendant, there’s a whole encyclopedia’s worth of materials in the game. They all have their uses, but the Ceramic Composite takes the cake. It is one of the most sought-after materials in the game, and here’s how to get Ceramic Composites in The First Descendant.

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Where to Get Ceramic Composite in The First Descendant

Ceramic Composites drops from only one location, the White-night Gulch. It is quite far in the main mission chain, so you must progress until you unlock the area. Once you have unlocked the White-night Gulch, you can find Ceramic Composites through the following methods:

  • White-night Gulch (Normal and Hard) – Resource Boxes
  • White-night Gulch (Normal and Hard) – Munition

These are quite specific, but these Resources Boxes and Munition Capsules spawn all over the area. Munitions spawn near cliffs, obstacles, and terrains, so you must look to the sides when searching for them. Resources Boxes are quite random, but you can easily spot them as these bright orange boxes. Once you find them, you can shoot or smash them with a melee attack.

Munition and Resource Boxes don’t always contain Ceramic Composites. From experience, you might get more Flectorite than Ceramic Composites. However, they seem to have the same rarity, so it might just be based on luck. If you need thousands of Ceramic Composites, you’ll spend hours running around White-night Gulch. On the bright side, you’ll get some Flectorite and other materials while farming.

What Are Ceramic Composite Used For?

These Ceramic Composites are used in several crafts or research. The extensive list of recipes is included in the table below.

NameTypeCeramic Composite NeededResearch TimeGoldEnd Product
Gley Spiral CatalystDescendant408x8 hours200,000Gley
Kyle Spiral CatalystDescendant408x8 hours200,000Kyle
Yujin Spiral CatalystDescendant408x8 hours200,000Yujin
Enzo Spiral CatalystDescendant408x8 hours200,000Enzo
Ajax StabilizerDescendant408x8 hours200,000Ajax
Ultimate Bunny Enhanced CellsDescendant919x18 hours450,000Ultimate Bunny
Ultimate Gley Spiral CatalystDescendant919x18 hours450,000Ultimate Gley
Ultimate Ajax StabilizerDescendant919x18 hours450,000Ultimate Ajax
Restored Relic Synthetic FiberUltimate Weapon102x2 hours50,000Restored Relic
Python Nano TubeUltimate Weapon102x2 hours50,000Python
Enduring Legacy Synthetic FiberUltimate Weapon102x2 hours50,000Enduring Legacy
Kings guard’s Lance Synthetic FiberUltimate Weapon102x2 hours50,000King’s Guard Lance
Afterglow Sword Polymer SyncytiumUltimate Weapon102x2 hours50,000Afterglow Sword
Executor Polymer SyncytiumUltimate Weapon102x2 hours50,000Executor
Perforator Polymer SyncytiumUltimate Weapon102x2 hours50,000Perforator

Several of these items are highly wanted crafts, especially the Ultimate versions of the skins. Even the popular Ultimate Bunny skin needs Ceramic Composites to craft. I would suggest doing other activities in the White-night Gulch, so at least you are hitting two birds with one stone. You can unlock the Special Operations, and the Munition and Resource Boxes will still spawn in the Operation. You’ll also get some Amorphous Material Patterns through this farming strategy to get more materials.

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Enzo Zalamea
Enzo is a staff writer at Prima Games. He began writing news, guides, and listicles related to games back in 2019. In 2024, he started writing at Prima Games covering the best new games and updates regardless of the genre. You can find him playing the latest World of Warcraft expansion, Path of Exile, Teamfight Tactics, and popular competitive shooters like Valorant, Apex Legends, and CS2. Enzo received his Bachelor's degree in Marketing Management in De La Salle University and multiple SEO certifications from the University of California, Davis.