How to Get Small Flame Cores in Harvestella

Small cores, big hearts.

Harvestella has plenty of materials to gather in its sprawling and diverse world, from your everyday lumber, stone and ores to more peculiar things like Monolite Fragments and Pyro Liquids. One early game material you’ll likely stumble upon are Small Flame Cores – small crystals possessing fire attributes that can be used for crafting various items in the game. Looking to collect yourself some fire crystals? Read on to learn how to get Small Flame Cores in Harvestella.

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How To Get Small Flame Cores in Harvestella

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To begin, you’ll need to make your way to Higan Canyon – Harvestella’s second hostile area you’ll encounter through the main story. It’s located just north of Lethe Village and contains a variety of monsters to slay and winding pathways to explore.

Small Flame Cores come from several sources in Higan Canyon. Mining nodes scattered around the zones will often contain Small Flame Cores, along with Copper Ore, and will usually be your most reliable source for collecting them. As a reminder, these mining nodes refresh once per day, so it’s important that you visit and gather from them on each new day if you’re looking to stock up.

Occasionally, Small Flame Cores can even drop from the monsters in Higan Canyon – primarily the Fire Element. Slay these foes to collect Small Flame Cores, but be careful, being struck by their fire-based ranged attack may have you stopping, dropping, and rolling.

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Harvestella was released on November 4, 2022, and is available for Nintendo Switch and PC platforms. For more information on Harvestella, check out our other guides here at Prima Games, like Harvestella: How Long is Each Season? and How to Equip New Jobs in Harvestella.

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