There are plenty of delicious meals to cook up in Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night, and many of them require ingredients you can only harvest from demons throughout the castle. One such valuable food part is Beast Milk! While it doesn’t sound all that appealing as dairy products go, you’ll definitely need it if you want to follow some of the better recipes out there. Don’t worry, you won’t end up with a demonic omelette at the end of the day! If you’ve been having trouble tracking down Beast Milk in Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night, this guide will teach you where to get it!
Where To Get Beast Milk
Beast Milk is dropped by the Zagan demon. It’s a very recognizable, large, winged cow that charged as you when it attacks. You can find it in the Garden of Silence. This demon isn’t all that tough to beat but has a good amount of health, especially if you’ve only just reached the area. There’s a Zagan to be found on the path the chariot carries you over, but it’s a bit of a pain as it’s surrounded by other enemies too. Thankfully, there’s a better spot to secure your Beast Milk.
Make your way through the Garden of Silence until you reach the room shown on the map above. It’s on the way to the train and secret laboratory. Inside you’ll find a small area with a single Zagan in the centre. Kill it, pick up any drops, then walk out of the room and back in again to respawn the Zagan. You can rinse and repeat this method for as long as possible to get the Beast Milk you need.
It’s worth noting that Beast Milk only has an 8% drop chance each time you kill a Zagan, so don’t expect to get it every time. This evil cow takes some milking! Keep going out and into the room, store up your supplies of Beast Milk and then head back to Arantville via the nearest Fast Travel room to craft the recipe you’re after.
There you have it, by reading this guide you’ll know where to get Beast Milk in Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night, and can be on your merry way. Or should that be Miriam way? Whatever you prefer, be sure to follow Prima Games on Twitter too! You won’t regret it.