How to Get the Magnetic Rod in Tower of Fantasy

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Tower of Fantasy Magnetic Rod

Using vehicles in Tower of Fantasy is a great way to traverse the environment alongside transmitting to Spacerifts. Unlocked during the second half of Chapter one, you’ll gain the ability to drive around before beginning the story’s second chapter. While you’ll only start with one mount, there are plenty to find as you play the game.

One vehicle you can get after a bit of farming is the Chaser. However, you need both the Magnetic Rod and Maglev Stalker parts to unlock it. If you’re interested in learning more, continue reading to discover how to get the Magnetic Rod in Tower of Fantasy.

How to Get the Magnetic Rod in Tower of Fantasy

To begin your Magnetic Rod gathering adventure, head to the Northern Ring Ranges Spacerift and travel east towards the Rusty Belt tower. It’ll appear as a massive red tower with a winding path around the outside.

To make it easier to navigate, use your Jetpack to fly from the Spacerift to the tower. If you’re starting from the tower’s base, travel up the wooden staircase until you reach the spherical portion.

Alternatively, if you’re a fan of parkour, you can jump across the platforms inside the tower until you reach the top. Just be careful not to take too much fall damage!

Related: How to Get the Maglev Stalker in Tower of Fantasy

Tower of Fantasy Magnetic Rod Supply Pod
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Regardless of your route, you’ll find one last wooden staircase inside the tower’s sphere. Jump to it and look east for a metal platform with a supply pod. Fly to this landing area and open the ball to find the Magnetic Rod inside.

If you already have the Maglev Stalker, head into your Vehicles menu and select the Chaser. From here, you can unlock the mount, allowing you to use it whenever and where ever you wish.

Tower of Fantasy is available on PC, Android, and iOS devices through the official website. If you’re interested in learning more about the game, check out our guides on All Answers to Lolita’s Riddles and the Tower of Fantasy Pity System Explained.

About the Author

Madison Benson

Madison is 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.