This article teaches you how to upgrade Insect Axe Grounded. The Grounded Insect Axe is one of the most crucial early tools you’ll need to make to expand the crafting menu and give yourself access to a vast array of new recipes and tools.
The Insect Axe is superior to the Pebblet Axe and may be used to cut down items like weeds, apples, and toadstools. Continue reading to learn how to quickly obtain the materials you need to create the Insect Axe because the Pebblet Axe can only take you so far.
How to upgrade Insect Axe in Grounded?
The following items are needed to upgrade Insect Axe in Grounded. Eight elements overall, divided into three categories, are needed to craft the Insect Axe. Check out the Grounded Insect Axe crafting recipe:
- 4 Silk Rope
- 1 Ladybug Head
- 3 Bombadier Parts
How to get Silk Rope?
Theoretically, you can obtain each of these goods relatively quickly after starting the game, although doing so will take some adept combat skills and/or sneaky skills. Spider webs, common anywhere spiders live, including along the wooden stumps just south of the Koi Pond, are used to make silk rope. The webbing can be collected immediately by using a melee weapon to break apart the webs. Still, you must wait until the neighborhood spiders have left the area, even if they only tend to do so temporarily.
How to get Ladybug Head?
Ladybugs can be found all over the map, even exactly where you start, but they might be difficult to kill on your own. At the very least, you ought to be armed with a melee weapon and some armor and either take on the enemy cooperatively with some pals. The Clover set is the easiest armor set to make; it requires 13 clovers, 6 rudimentary ropes (made from plant fibers found throughout The Backyard), and 2 sprigs.
How to get Bombadier Parts?
You’ll need a few Bombadier pieces once you’ve killed a ladybug. These green and black spotted beetles are located in the southeast corner of the map.
While bombadiers won’t challenge your parrying skills as much as, say, spiders will. You’ll want to avoid their acid projectiles and avoid stepping in the puddles they leave behind when they hit the ground. Bombadiers have a special ability that allows them to fling acidic blobs at you.
These are only a few more dependable methods for finding insects quickly; remember that due to the way they may roam, you may occasionally encounter these and other insects in spots distant from their spawn locations.
Go to the workbench
When you have all the components you require, go to your workbench and assemble the insect axe. You’re now prepared to tackle a sizable—and possibly frightening—amount of Grounded. Check out our enthusiastic Grounded review to learn more about Obsidian’s kid-friendly survival game.
What is the Insect Axe used for in Grounded?
The Insect Axe is an improved Pebblet Axe that can gather Billy Hogs, Apples, Mushrooms, Toadstools, Haze Fungus, Large Rotten Foods, and Temporarily Destroy Strange Spores. The gadget is one-handed.