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How To Farm Core Crystals In Xenoblade Chronicles 2

How To Farm Core Crystals In Xenoblade Chronicles 2
Want to farm Rare and Common Core Crystals? This guide will tell you How To Farm Core Crystals In Xenoblade Chronicles 2 so you can get yourself some Rare Blades, and make yourself rich in the process. Common Crystals are not all that rare but they can be difficult to farm. Rare Core Crystals have set locations but can also be farmed from monster drops.

How To Farm Core Crystals In Xenoblade Chronicles 2

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The farming method for both Common Core Crystals and Rare Core Crystals is the same. Progress through the main story until you get access to Anangham. It’s shortly after you encounter Lily. Once you have access to this area head to the port and look for the Port Anangham Salvage Point.

You can buy Gold Cylinders in the nearby town. Use the Gold Cylinders at the port to get some Salvage. This is a fantastic way to farm gold but it’s also a great way to farm Common Core Crystals and Rare Core Crystals. When you use the Gold Cylinders and an enemy spawns, make sure you take them out. You will get either a Common or Rare Core Crystal about 80% of the time. It’s a lot better if you have any Blade’s with the Salvage Master Field Skill.

That’s everything you need to know for where and How To Farm Core Crystals In Xenoblade Chronicles 2.

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  1. Normal Cylinders are cheaper and spawn more enemies. The main enemy to watch out for is the Tolen Krabble since they drop the most crystals and have someone with high luck in the party to increase the odds. Remember that if the Krabble doesnt spawn and you didn’t salvage a chest you can do it again without fighting the non-Krabble enemies.

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