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Where To Find Animal Bones In My Time At Portia

Where To Find Animal Bones In My Time At Portia
If you want to upgrade to the Enhanced Practice Sword, you’re going to need a few things. This guide will tell you Where To Find Animal Bones In My Time At Portia so you can upgrade your basic weapon to an improved version with a +30 Attack rating.

All of the ingredients for the Enhanced Practice Sword are basic and easy to obtain, except for one. Animal Bones may seem incredibly rare in the early stages of the game but while the drop rate is low, they are easy enough to get.

What Drops Animal Bones

What Drops Animal Bones
The Colorful Llamas near your Workshop drop Animal Bones. It’s a very low drop rate, maybe 10%, so it may take some time to get all five that you need. It’s possible other animals drop them later in the game but if you want to get ahead of the curve and upgrade your weapon early on, that’s your best best.

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