Pal Fluids are raw materials that Palworld adventurers can use to assemble a few items at their base. They’re tricky to find, especially when a player enters Palpagos Islands without much preparation. But like with the other resources on Palpagos Islands, Pal Fluid is obtainable once players know where to look.

It all starts with the name itself: Pal Fluid. It ought to come from Pals, but which ones? And how can players acquire some to bring back to their bases? As it turns out, only a select number of Pals can provide their “fluids” for the player’s necessities and personal tasks. Therefore, sharpen your spears and repair your shields; it’s time to do some Pal hunting.

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Palworld players can extract Pal Fluid by capturing or killing water-type Pals. Upon capture or item retrieval, the material will automatically be added to the player inventory where space is available. The fluid is saved into a vial, weighing in at 0.2 (lbs or kg; the game doesn’t specify), making it pretty light to carry. It’s classified as a common material, so it’s pretty easy to locate once you find a water-based Pal throughout the game’s islands.

As such, there are Pals on the Palpagos Islands that will yield their bodily fluids upon capture or death. Over ten water-type Pals can be discovered in Palworld, and they include the following (complete with their Paldeck designations):

  • Celaray (Number 025)
  • Fuack (Number 006)
  • Gobfin (Number 031)
  • Jormuntide (Number 101)
  • Kelpsea (Number 081)
  • Pengullet (Number 010)
  • Surfent (Number 065)
  • Teafant (Number 016)

It’s possible that other Pals in Palworld can generate fluids, though the provided list of Pals can be seen as promising sources to obtain the material. Since they’re water-based, it’s best to head toward bodies of water, where they often reside. Players will likely first run into Pengullets, Fuacks, and Celarays during their initial hours in Palworld. This is especially important for the players looking for ways to farm Pal Fluids, too.

Expert Tip

The poachers, invaders, and other ruthless human enemies on the Palpagos Islands may hold some creature fluids. This is only by chance, yet it’s a possible route for players considering other alternatives.

Using Pal Fluids at Base

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With your newly acquired Pal Fluids, you can start crafting together a few special items at your base. One of the most sought-after creations that Palworld explorers want to build is the Hot Spring. It’s a structure that players need to develop as part of the Palbox missions to ultimately advance the player’s base. However, it’s more important as a place of rest for your Pals to recover their SAN levels.

In addition to the Hot Spring (Technology Tier 9), other structures can be erected with Pal Fluids being used as a material. Here are some to look into when looking through the Technology menu in Palworld:

  • Cement (Technology Tier 19)
  • Lettuce Plantation (Technology Tier 38)
  • Tomato Plantation (Technology Tier 32)
  • Witch Cauldron (Technology Tier 32)

Of course, Pal Fluids aren’t the only special kind of materials to exist in Palworld. Other resources play a role in establishing specific vital structures for the player’s base, yet the creature fluids are relatively small in importance. Storing spare fluids away is always best as you evolve your base and focus on other creations in Palworld.