Once you start playing Wild Hearts and get into the flow of upgrading your gear you'll soon find out that it takes a lot of resources to do this. So probably you'll need to find a great way to farm gold, ore and resources in the game.
With the help of Karakuri Skill Tree upgrades and some well placed shrines, you'll be farming a ton of resources regularly and with little effort in no time at all.
To start off this farming guide you'll need to unlock both the Tsukauo Ore Shrine, Tsukauo Food Shrine and Paddle Scoops in your Karakuri Skill Tree.
Then the idea is to place as many of these shrines as you can on each of the maps that you have unlock in the game.
Basically these shrines allow Tsukumo to come and stay and offer either ore or food in exchange, so in no time at all, as long as you have enough of these shrines you'll get a heap of these resources relatively quickly and easily.
The best place to put these shrines are close together near your base on each map, this way, you can efficiently gather from each one at regularly intervals.
It does take some time for the shrines to get resources, so you can go off and fulfill any pending quests, then come abck a little later. The shrines onoly gather while the game is active.
Paddle Scoops are another great way to gather food, unlock this ability in the Karakuri Skill Tree and then place some paddle scoops in the water for them to automatically gather fish for you to collect from them later.
Again, the ideal place for paddle scoops would be in water close to your base on each map for efficient gathering.
Now what about gold? Well you'll probably find yourself with too many of some types of resources because of your farming, so we recommend that you swap any excess resources for gold. Keep a little of each one.
Ore and Corestones Farming Tips
A great location to mine valuable ore and Corestones is the Kintodo Tower. Farm this ara by replaying it many times to get a good amount of ore and Corestones to help you upgrade your weapons and armor.
Kemono orbs are essential to get in Wild Hearts. These help you with upgrades in your Karakuri Skill Tree. To get these Kemono orbs remember to regularly grind and hunt for Kemono. Check back with your Karakuri Skill Tree to see if you have gathered enough Kemono orbs to make new upgrades.
Things will get progressively more expensive in Wild Hearts especially if you want the best weapons and armor, we do recommend that you go back and grind through older hunts in order to bad extra resources easily. Choose you favourite ones that usually yield a good amount of resources in relation to the time it takes to complete them and head off and grind away.
Don't froget to build all of your basic structures such as smithies for making stronger weapons and armor, as well as hunting towers for finding Kemono. It shoudl go without saying that bonfires are pretty much essential too and the good thing is that if they get destroyed by enemy attacks they will rebuild themselves after taking damage.
There are 49 trophies for Wild Hearts on PlayStation 5.
|Land of the Rising Sun|
Successfully reached Azuma, where kemono roam free
Successfully hunted the earthbreaker that appeared along the Harugasumi Way
|Bonds of Enmity|
Successfully hunted the deathstalker ensconced in Fuyufusagi Fort
|Axer of Auspice|
Successfully downed Amaterasu following the attack on Minato
|Commencing of Quests|
Successfully completed your first quest for a citizen of Minato
Successfully conjured 200 basic karakuri
Successfully conjured 15 dragon karakuri in Minato
Successfully conjured 30 dragon karakuri along the Harugasumi Way
Successfully conjured 30 dragon karakuri on Natsukodachi Isle
|Canyon of Karakuri|
Successfully conjured 30 dragon karakuri in Akikure Canyon
Successfully conjured 30 dragon karakuri at Fuyufusagi Fort
Successfully conjured a fusion karakuri 50 times
Successfully awakened 20 types of karakuri
Successfully traveled a distance of 10,000 m by karakuri
|Master of the Skies|
Successfully flew 150 m with a glider
Successfully used a karakuri attack 100 times
Successfully deflected 20 kemono attacks using fusion karakuri
Successfully completed your first food processing
|Left Arm Leverager|
Successfully activated your “hunter's arm” 30 times
Successfully finished 30 kemono
Successfully finished a mighty kemono inside 5 minutes
|Fair Means or Foul|
Successfully inflicted a status ailment upon a kemono 20 times
Successfully petted a small kemono 30 times
Successfully caught 100 creatures in the wilderness
Successfully dyed armor for the first time
Reach the limits of human-path affinity by modifying armor
|Kemono at Heart|
Reach the limits of kemono-path affinity by modifying armor
|Bewitched by Bathing|
Successfully developed every different restorative bath
Successfully obtained your first document
Spent 30,000 on goods from the store
|Jack of All Trades|
Successfully obtained 90 seals from Nobumitsu
|Quintessence of Form|
Successfully enhanced one tsukumo form to the maximum
Successfully completed 20 quests online
Successfully provided assistance 5 times
Successfully revived a fellow hunter online for the first time
|Charmed by the Hunt|
Successfully gathered your first talisman from the wilderness
|Reincarnation Cycle Stopper|
Successfully hunted the source kemono, deep inside the sacred mountain
Successfully conjured 1000 basic karakuri
|Relentless Kemono Hunter|
Successfully finished 300 kemono
Successfully finished 50 kemono with a single weapon type
Successfully hunted your first deeply volatile kemono
Successfully finished a kemono before it could land a single attack on you
|Unrivaled in Arms|
Successfully obtained an extremely valuable weapon
Successfully completed all building extensions and restorations
Successfully enlarged a single dragon pit as much as possible
Successfully opened up all possible camps
|Vanquisher of the Volatile|
Successfully hunted a deeply volatile kemono in all areas
Successfully befriended 200 tsukumo
Obtained all trophies
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