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How To Play PALWORLD? Beginner’s Bonanza – Mastering the Basics

Embark on your Palworld adventure with confidence! In this guide, we’ll walk you through the essentials, from catching your first Pal to establishing a thriving base. Get ready to explore the wild world of Palworld and unleash your inner creature-tamer extraordinaire!

Greetings, fellow Palworld pioneers! Ready to dive headfirst into the captivating realm of ‘Pokémon with guns’? Well, grab your gear, because we’re about to embark on a Palworld adventure like no other. In this first chapter of our Palworld guide, we’ll be your trusty companions, guiding you through the basics and ensuring you’re well-equipped for the challenges that lie ahead.

Chapter 1: Palworld Essentials – A Rookie’s Roadmap

1.1 Catch ‘Em All (with a Twist)

In Palworld, catching Pals is your ticket to success. These aren’t your run-of-the-mill creatures; they’re your companions, your allies in the wild. But here’s the twist – no evolution here! Instead, you’ll dive into the world of Pal Breeding Combos. Head to the Breeding Farm, unlock it at level 19, and watch as your Pals create new species through intriguing combinations. Keep an eye out for Fusion Pals – they’re the game-changers!

1.2 The Palapagos Survival Guide

The Palapagos Islands are your playground, but survival is key. Establishing a strong base is your first task. Follow the in-game tutorial, catch your initial Pal, Lamball, and set the foundation for success. Lamball isn’t just a cute face; it’s a utility powerhouse, building structures, crafting equipment, and transporting goods. Trust us; you’ll grow fond of this woolly wonder.

1.3 Meet Your Starter Crew

Speaking of Pals, let’s introduce you to your starter crew. Each comes with unique perks:

Utility expert, can be used as a shield.
Automated stone miner and fruit harvester.
Cooks meat, smelts ore, and has a fiery Partner Skill.
Lumberjack extraordinaire, also a crop planter.
Waters crops and brings fantastic base utility.

And if you’re feeling the call of combat:

A combat god, excellent as support.
Efficient lumberjack, improves combat capabilities, and an early ridable Pal.

1.4 Leveling Up the Palworld Way

Experience points are your golden ticket to leveling up. Catch Pals of the same type, aiming for the bonus when you snag 10 of each. Clear Dungeons for a significant XP boost, but choose wisely – some might be too tough for your current level. Feeling cheeky? Adjust your World Settings, including the EXP Rate slider. A word of caution: only for the daring!

1.5 Pal Fluids – The Liquid Gold of Palworld

Pal Fluids might sound like a peculiar name, but in Palworld, they’re the liquid gold you need. Hunt down Pengullets near water sources, knock them unconscious, and collect those precious fluids. Why, you ask? Because they’re the key to building a Happy Pal Camp – especially the essential Hot Spring.

1.6 What’s Next?

Now that you’ve got the basics down, what’s next on your Palworld journey? Stay tuned as we explore the intricate art of Pal Breeding, unravel the mysteries of Dungeons, and uncover the best strategies for base expansion. Your adventure is just beginning, and we’re here every step of the way. Get ready to become the Palworld pro you were destined to be!

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