Warframe: How to Get Sharrac Teeth

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Warframe Sharrac Teeth
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Warframe has many materials you must acquire to craft everything in the game, with a handful dedicated to the open-world zones. Here’s how to get Sharrac Teeth in Warframe.

Where to Farm Sharrac Teeth in Warframe

Sharrac Teeth are acquired from cutting up Sharrac that you catch through fishing. You can do so at Fisher Hai-Luk in Cetus, by selecting the Cut Fish dialogue option. No matter whether your Sharrac is Small, Medium, or Large, you will always get one Sharrac Teeth for cutting them. You can also buy them in daily bundles from Fisher Hai-Luk, but since these often cost Plat, it’s not worth it.

If you need to find Sharrac, they can be found on the Plains of Eidolon exclusively in the Ocean, no matter if it’s day or night. You’ll need Twilight Bait, which you can purchase from Hai-Luk for 100 Standing a piece. Once you have some, head into the Plains and make your way to the ocean on the left side of the map.

Pull out a Lanzo or Tulok fishing spear from your Gear Wheel, then select the Twilight Bait using the new menu and throw it out. This should attract some fish, including Sharrac who you can spear. Once you have enough Sharrac, simply head back to Cetus and cut those fish at Hai-Luk.

What Are Sharrac Teeth Used For?

Sharrac Teeth are used in just a couple of recipes in Warframe, which you can see fully below:

  • Ceno Pauldrons – x20 Sharrac Teeth
  • Fosfor Rahd x20 – x5 Sharrac Teeth
  • Norg Bait x20 – x5 Sharrac Teeth
  • Xaku Neuroptics – x20 Sharrac Teeth
  • Ghoulsaw Blade – x15 Sharrac Teeth

If you’re looking for more ways to get other materials, check out our guide on how to get Charc Electroplax in Warframe.

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