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Some resources aren’t nearly as common as others in Palworld, and Pal Fluids is one that might creep up on you out of nowhere. While there aren’t many crafting recipes that call for Pal Fluids, there are enough that will likely make you go out searching for it.

I first needed Pal Fluids to make a Hot Springs in my base, which is a requirement for a Base Upgrade. At the time, I had zero idea where to find Pal Fluids, so I went out and explored the island. Eventually, I was able to find Pal Fluids and discovered they only come from a very specific type of Pal.

To see how you can acquire Pal Fluids in Palworld, keep reading my guide below.

Getting Pal Fluids in Palworld

Pal Fluids are only dropped by Water type Pals in Palworld. Any other type of Pal has a zero percent chance of dropping Pal Fluids, so make sure you find a Water type, which is indicated by the blue water drop near a Pal’s name.

Screenshot via Upcomer

If you stumble across a Water type, you can either kill or capture it to secure its Pal Fluids. Every time you kill or capture a Water type, you’ll usually receive one or two Pal Fluids in your inventory. The easiest Pal to get Pal Fluids from in the early game of Palworld is Pengullet, as they are located all across the starting region of Palworld. Other Water types you can find in the early-mid game include:

  • Azurobe
  • Celaray
  • Fuack
  • Kelpsea
  • Penking
  • Surfent
  • Teafant

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Some of those Pals include world bosses, which drop more Pal Fluids when you kill or capture them. Regular Water type Pals will only drop the standard one or two Pal Fluids. If you’re having a difficult time finding Water types, always look near bodies of water, even if it’s just a pond or lake. This is where a majority of Water types are located, so just keep exploring the map until you find some water and look around for any of the Pals listed above.