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How to farm iron chunks in Pokemon Legends: Arceus

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Updated: Nov 10, 2022 11:05 am
How to farm iron chunks in Pokemon Legends: Arceus

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The core ingredient of many crafting items, iron is used in any further upgrades to your regular Pokeball and can be harvested by having the Pokemon hit the various rocks that litter the landscape. It also is literally just randomly placed along with the different areas, so you’ll always see some as you are exploring. 

As of right now, there’s no real way to ‘farm’ in the sense of manipulating the game to your whim and getting results, our best advice is to exit and enter the area again, scoping out the locations you’ve noted with the map as to where the iron actually is. 

For hitting rocks, it’ll almost always be in the black/grey stones you can smash, along with the other materials needed for Great Balls and Ultra Balls. Shiny rocks will always give you stardust instead of one of the two others.

However, if you head into the various time distortions and gather all the stardust and nuggets around the area, you can always sell these to buy iron chunks from the crafting material seller in town.

This is part of our ongoing Pokemon Legends: Arceus guide series, with everything to do with the game and more – including Pokemon Go – all living in our dedicated hubs for the games

For more on Pokemon Legends: Arceus, be sure to check out our review of the game, as well as the many guides we’re either working on or have published! If there’s something you need help with, drop a comment below. 

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