Greetings, fellow Palworld enthusiasts! Today, we embark on an exciting journey into the realm of automated farming, where your trusty Pals will become the backbone of your base's productivity. No more fretting over gathering materials—now you can focus on thrilling adventures and bringing home new Pals while your farm takes care of itself. Let the automation revolution begin!
Picture this: you're out exploring, venturing into the unknown, when suddenly your trusty Pals are hard at work back at the base, tending to your crops and resources. But remember, just like any workforce, your Pals need care and attention to keep the farming operation running smoothly. Happy and healthy Pals are the key to a thriving automated farm.
In Palworld, there are two main types of automated farming: food production and resource production. Both are essential for a fully automated base and a steady supply of resources, but they require different sets of skills. You'll need the right crew of Pals with specific traits to ensure maximum efficiency in your automated farms.
Let's start with food production. Construct a Berry Plantation, Wheat Farm, or any other type of food farm that tickles your fancy. Then, recruit Pals with the Planting, Watering, and Gathering traits. Early on in Palworld, you can catch Pals like Lifmunk, Tanzee, Pengullet, and Fuack, who are perfect candidates for the job. These diligent Pals will tend to your crops and deposit the bountiful harvest into a nearby Feed Box, sparing you the hassle of filling it yourself.
Ah, the Transporting trait—a crucial quality for efficient automated farming. Even a humble Lamball can possess this handy trait, so make sure you have at least one trusty transporter to assist your hardworking Pals.
Now let's move on to resource production. The type of resource determines the Pals you'll need. If your base has trees or rocks to be mined, you'll require Pals with the Logging or Mining trait. These skilled workers will automatically harvest the precious resources, but don't forget they also need the Transporting trait to move the products into a storage container. The Logging Site and Stone Pit structures can hold up to a whopping 9,999 units of their respective resources until you're ready to transfer them to a Storage container.
Oh, and let's not forget about Ore mining—it's a bit trickier to automate. You'll need to have Ore deposits within your base's boundaries and place a Palbox nearby. Only Pals with Mining 2 or higher can extract the Ore, and once again, you'll need a trusty transporter to move the Ore to a storage chest. Fear not, for Pals like Digtoise, Anubis, Tombat, and Penking are all excellent choices for automated Ore farming.
Remember, amidst all the automation, the happiness of your Pals is of utmost importance. They deserve access to food, comfortable beds, and even a relaxing spa to unwind and stay in top shape. Keeping your Pals happy ensures that your base runs like a well-oiled machine, even when you're off on daring escapades.
So there you have it, dear Palworld enthusiasts—a glimpse into the automated adventures of happy Pals. As you dive into the world of Palworld, embrace the wonders of automation and witness your base flourish with efficiency. May your Pals thrive, your adventures be legendary, and your farming endeavors be as smooth as a well-oiled machinery.
Platform(s): PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S
Released: January 19, 2024
Developer(s): Pocket Pair Inc.
Publisher(s): Pocket Pair Inc.
Genre(s): Crafting, Open-World, RPG, Survival