We’ve put together a guide for trainers in Pokemon Legends: Arceus to find wood—an important crafting material.
Crafting is an integral part of Pokemon Legends: Arceus. The game states as much, giving trainers enough materials and opportunities to gather as it can. Recipes are abundant and some players may soon find themselves overrun with PokeBall materials of all kinds—Tumblestones, Apricorns, and the like. Unfortunately, not all materials are as easy to find. The most difficult, of course, are evolutionary stones and (surprisingly) pieces of wood.
Where to Find Wood in Pokemon Legends: Arceus
According to player reports, wood has been found in the following locations:
- Deertrack Path (Obsidian Fieldlands)
- Brava Arena (Crimson Mirelands)
- Windbreak Strand (Cobalt Coastlands)
- Castaway Bay (Cobalt Coastlands)
- Heavensward Lookout (Coronet Highlands)
- Glacial Terrace (Alabaster Icelands)
However, there are no sure fire places to find wood in Pokemon Legends: Arceus. Essentially, all trainers need to do is look for trees and scout the immediate surrounding area. Wood will appear naturally, randomly, in places where trees are found.
Trees, however, cannot be harvested for their wood in the same way Tumblestone ore nodes or berries can. They need to be picked up from the ground similar to a Medicinal Leek and Springy Mushroom.
Wood nodes appear as pale, rough-textured, short logs lying in the grass. These can be harvested by talking up to them and pressing the “A” button. Each node generally gives trainers one (1) Wood material unit.
Trainers will need wood for the “Please! Make me a Pokeshi Doll!” request, as well as for several other crafting recipes.