Palworld: How to Find & Catch Broncherry

Start on a Pal-catching journey in Palworld, where players can explore an open environment, team up to build bases, and capture over 100 unique creatures known as Pals. Among these, Broncherry, a giant Grass-type Pal with a flowery dinosaur appearance, stands out. Broncherry boasts a Planting skill of level 3, making it a valuable asset for base tasks like growing food.

Where to Find & Catch Broncherry in Palworld

Broncherry resides in specific locations, offering players a chance to add this Pal to their Paldeck and utilize its unique abilities. Follow the orange markings on the map for Broncherry’s habitats:

Broncherry habitat in Palworld

Broncherry inhabits areas near the middle of the world map. Whether day or night, your search won’t be hindered, providing flexibility. During the night, you might find a Broncherry peacefully asleep, allowing for a strategic approach without immediate awakening.

Broncherry Skills & Work Suitability

Broncherry proves to be an excellent choice for base tasks, particularly in Planting, with its level 3 Planting skill. This skill enhances efficiency, crucial for generating food, a vital resource to sustain yourself, your team, and working Pals.

Broncherry Paldeck in Palworld

Additionally, Broncherry serves as a versatile Pal:

  • Pal Mount: Craft Pal Gear with Technology Points to unlock the ability to use Broncherry as a mount, facilitating exploration.
  • Overaffectionate Partner Skill: When part of your active team, Broncherry provides a passive boost to your maximum carrying capacity, enhancing resource gathering capabilities, especially for heavy items like Ore, Sulfur, or Stone.

Mastering the art of capturing and utilizing Pals like Broncherry enhances your Palworld experience, making every expedition a fruitful adventure.

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