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Wild Hearts: How to Get Silken Thread

A tangled thread.

by Jesse Vitelli

Wild Hearts requires a lot of different materials to upgrade your weapons, armor, and other equipment as you progress through the game. Much like Monster Hunter, you won’t need monster parts for weapons but flora and fauna found around the game’s various zones. Here’s how to get Silken Thread in Wild Hearts.

Wild Hearts: How to Get Silken Thread

To get Silken Thread in Wild Hearts, you’ll need to progress far enough in the story to unlock the Akikure Canyon. This will be done by defeating specific monster hunts and progressing into chapter two.

Related: How to Get Pet Kemono Seeds in Wild Hearts

You can find a list of the monsters you must defeat in order to gain access to Akikure Canyon.

  • Ragetail
  • Sapscourge
  • Kingtusk
  • SpineGlider
  • Lavaback
  • Gritdog
  • Earthshaker

Once you’ve defeated these monsters, which are spread out across two different zones, you’ll be given access to the third new area, Akikure Canyon.

From here, you’ll be able to find Silken Thread all over the island. It will stand out with its spiderweb-like aesthetic and its piercing white color. Just walk up to it and click L2/LT to collect it like you would any other resources you find on the ground.

There isn’t one specific spot in Akikure Canyon where you will find Silken Thread. It will be all over the island, so keep your eyes peeled and do a couple of laps to collect enough. After gathering enough for your recipe, head back to the forge and craft whatever piece of armor or sick new weapon you’re trying to get.

That’s everything you need to know about where to find Silken Thread in Wild Hearts. Silken Thread is only one of the many different materials you’ll need to collect throughout your time with Wild Hearts. We have plenty of other resource guides to help you out. Here’s how to get the small Kemono shell skins in Wild Hearts.

Jesse Vitelli

Jesse loves most games, but he really loves games that he can play together with friends and family. This usually means late nights in Destiny 2 or FFXIV. You can also find him chipping away at his ever-expanding backlog of JRPGS or staring at his massive Amiibo collection.