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How to Get Pal Fluids in Palworld

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Pal Fluids are a helpful resource in Palworld for builds like the Hot Spring and items like cement, but obtaining some can be a challenge at first, especially early on in your playthrough. Let’s talk about where you can find pal fluid and what you’ll use it for.

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How to Get Pal Fluids in Palworld – Exact Location

You can find Pal Fluid by catching or defeating water-type Pals in battle. Some Pals you can catch early on include Fuack, Pengullet, and Teafant, who all have a high chance of dropping Fluid. You’ll find them in the wild in areas like Grassy Behemoth Hills, near the Rayne Syndicate Tower, and swimming in the water around the map.

Palworld pal fluids drop from Teafant
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Your best bet for obtaining a large amount of Pal Fluids is to find one of these three Pals early in your playthrough and catch 10 to receive maximum bonus EXP. Along the way, you’ll get plenty of Pal Fluid, which you can use to get a head start on any crafting or building you need to do. From here, you can search for other water-type Pals to catch or fight to get any extras you require.

As a bonus, you’ll get massive EXP boosts, which you can use to unlock any necessary technology for your next base mission. Don’t worry if you accidentally defeat the Pal instead of catching it; you’ll get the Pal Fluids regardless.

How to Use Pal Fluids in Palworld

Some ways you can use Pal Fluid include building the hot spring for your base level missions, crafting cement, and making Celaray Gloves for gliding around the map. While less commonly used than stone, wood, and Paldium Fragments, having some on hand is helpful if needed.

Palworld hot spring structure
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However, since Pals only drop one or two Fluids each time you catch or defeat them in battle, you’ll have to target multiple as you play to get enough for important structures. Fortunately, since it’s a common drop from most water-type Pals, it only takes a few to get several of these resources.

All Pals That Drop Pal Fluids in Palworld

Below is a complete list of every Pal that drops Pal Fluids and where to find them in Palworld:

  • Fuack – Northwest of Rayne Syndicate Tower and on Marsh Island.
  • Pengullet – Grassy Behemoth Hills.
  • Teafant – Northwest of the Plateau of Beginnings.
  • Celaray – Northwest of the Plateau of Beginnings.
  • Gobfin – Gobfin’s Turf, southwest of Mossanda Forest.
  • Surfent – Near Sealed Realm of the Swordmaster and near Investigator’s Fork.
  • Kelpsea – Azurobe Hill and near Sealed Realm of the Swordmaster.
  • Jormuntide/Ignis – TBA.
  • Suzaku Aqua – TBA.

While several early game water-type Pals drop Pal Fluids, others you find later on also provide this resource, giving you multiple opportunities throughout the game to obtain some.

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Madison Benson
Madison was a staff writer at Prima Games who has played video games for over twenty years and written about them for over two years. Her love for video games started with turn-based strategy games like Heroes of Might and Magic and has since extended to casual farming sims, MMORPGs, and action-adventure RPGs.