So you’re at level four flame strength and suddenly you need Enshrouded Ammonia Glands. These little things are super important for crafting and upgrading, getting them can be a bit of a pain. In this guide, I’m gonna walk you through where to find them, how to get them, and some tips to make your life easier. Let’s dive in!
First up, let’s talk about what Ammonia Glands are. In Enshrouded, these glands are like gold. You need them for crafting cool stuff like Staff Charges and Leather, and trust me, if you’re playing with friends, you’re gonna want that armor. Plus, you can’t level up your flame without them. So yeah, they’re pretty important.
How to Get Ammonia Glands
Alright, so the best spot to find Ammonia Glands in Enshrouded is in the Umbral Hollow. You get there from the Nomad Highlands Spire. There are other places in the Highlands and Kindlewastes where you can find them too, mostly from those weird walking red mushrooms.
Mushroom Method: This is the chill way. Head to the Shroud and look for giant mushrooms. Just walk up, do your thing, glands. But hey, don’t hang around the Shroud too long.
Monster Method: If you’re feeling brave, go to Kindlewastes and fight the four-legged red enemies. It’s tougher, but hey, it’s another way to get what you need.
So you’re going to the Nomad Highlands? Fast travel to the Ancient Spire and head south. Keep going until you hit Umber Hollow. There’s no special spot for the mushroom enemies, but wander off the path, and you’ll bump into them.
Farming Like a Pro: When you see those evil mushrooms, aim for the red glands. Hit those, and you get extra glands when they drop. You usually get about four per enemy, but with this trick, you can get more.
Stock Up: You’ll need a bunch of these glands. Like, for leather, it’s two glands for ten pieces. And don’t forget to save 20 for your Flame Altar upgrade.
If you wanna make the most of your time in the Shroud, think about the Beastmaster + Savior skill tree. It adds seven minutes to your shroud time, which is pretty sweet for farming.
And there you have it! That’s pretty much everything you need to know about getting Ammonia Glands in Enshrouded. It might seem a bit overwhelming at first, but once you get the hang of it, it’s not that bad. Plus, it’s kind of fun once you start getting into it.