Don’t Starve Together: Amberosia Guide
The Amberosia is a food item that was introduced back in the Forbidden Knowledge update. Here’s a quick guide to help you understand it fully.
The Amberosia is a food item that you can get in Don’t Starve Together. It was introduced way back in the Forbidden Knowledge update as a food item that you can cook in a Crock Pot. The name is a portmanteau of the words “Amber” and “Ambrosia”.
If you’ve come across this item but don’t know what to do with it, then this guide is for you.
Amberosia Guide in Don’t Starve
One thing you’d want to take note of is that Amberosia can’t be eaten. Instead, you’ll have to feed it to the Dust Moths in exchange for 3-7 Thulecite Fragments which can be mined in their Thulecite-laden Tidy Hidey-Holes. In a way, Amberosia is pretty useful for providing you with a renewable Thulecite source without having the need to reset the Ruins.
How to Make an Amberosia
Making an Amberosia is quite simple. You’ll need 1 Collected Dust alongside 3 fillers, which can be anything, then cook them in a Crock Pot or an Ancient Kiln. It’s advisable to use cheap items like Twigs so you don’t waste any valuable items you have.
Once you have your Amberosia, you’ll want to feed it to Dust Moths after which they’ll then go inside their Tidy Hidey-Holes. The process will take roughly 6 minutes in real-time, after which they’ll then spawn Thulecite which can be mined for Thulecite Fragments. This is the only way to farm this item apart from resetting the Ruins.
Apart from feeding it to Dust Moths, another particularly efficient use of Amberosia is for farming Sturtle Slimes. For a Snurtle Slime to produce one slime, you’ll have to feed it minerals to reach a total mineral value of 5.
So essentially, if you feed them Rocks, you’ll need at least 5 in order for a Sturtle Slime to produce slime. If you choose a gem, you’ll need to feed a Sturtle Slime one gem to start the slime production.
What makes Amberosia particularly amazing in this regard is that it has a mineral value of 12.5, meaning that if you feed a Sturtle Slime one Amberosia, it will produce two slimes. The kicker here is that the remaining 2.5 points won’t be carried over.
Also, Amberosia is a bit expensive compared to the rest of the rocks, though it does provide the single highest mineral value in the game.
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