Ah, Palworld, the delightful game where catching adorable Pals is the name of the game. But did you know that you can also catch humans? Yes, you heard that right. You have the power to capture unsuspecting humans in this whimsical world. Now, before you get too excited, let me tell you that the game doesn't exactly encourage this behavior. In fact, it deems human catching as inhumane. But hey, if you're curious, let's dive into the peculiar world of capturing humans in Palworld.
The process of capturing humans is similar to catching Pals. You'll need Pal Spheres, those versatile little orbs capable of capturing almost anything. Humans included. But here's the catch: humans serve a different purpose than Pals at your base, and the game wants to make sure you know that capturing humans is not its intention. Sneaky, right?
To catch a human, you'll first need to find one. Fortunately, Palworld is teeming with human encounters. From Thugs to FPA Devouts and more, there are plenty of opportunities to test your capturing skills. Armed with a Pal Sphere, venture forth to the location of your human target. But be warned, the odds of successfully capturing a human are incredibly low. Lady Luck must be on your side, or you'll need a stockpile of Pal Spheres.
Now, not all humans are capturable. The powerful Syndicate bosses in Palworld are off-limits, so don't waste your precious Pal Spheres on them. Focus on the regular folks, the ones who are unaware of their impending capture. It's like being a master of disguise in a world of oblivious humans. Sneakier than a chameleon, my friend!
If you want to increase your chances of success and minimize the number of Pal Spheres needed, there are a couple of tricks up your sleeve. First, make sure the human's health is as low as possible. It's like trying to catch a yawn mid-air. Tricky, but not impossible. Secondly, consider using better Pal Spheres. Regular ones will make your task significantly harder. Remember, a master catcher needs the finest tools!
Once you've successfully captured a human, don't expect them to perform the same services as your beloved Pals at your base. Humans have their limitations. They can only work on crafting benches, tirelessly making various items. They'll also require a bed and food because, well, humans need their creature comforts too. Oh, and don't get too excited about adding them to your party. They're weak and lack partner skills, rendering them virtually useless. Sorry, humans, but you're not the star of the show.
While it might be tempting to experiment with catching and even renaming humans, the sad truth is that they won't offer much. You can sell them to Pal Merchants for a price, just like any other Pal. Different humans fetch different prices, but let me tell you, the reward is hardly worth the effort. Pal Spheres are better spent on capturing strong Pals that can truly shine at your base or become valuable members of your party. Leave the humans to their own devices, my friend.
So, there you have it, the quirky world of unintentional human capture in Palworld. It may not be the game's intention, but it's a fascinating twist nonetheless. Just remember, while catching Pals is all fun and games, capturing humans is a different story. Keep those Pal Spheres for the Pals that truly deserve them. Happy catching, my fellow Palworld enthusiasts!