Dragon Quest Builders 2 Material Locations - All Furrowfield Island Materials

Dragon Quest Builders 2 Material Locations - All Furrowfield Island Materials

This is our guide on all the Dragon Quest Builders 2 materials you can find on Furrowfield Island, and their locations.

Materials mean everything in Dragon Quest Builders 2, as you'd probably expect from a game all about building. In this Dragon Quest Builders 2 material locations guide, we'll be listing out all the key materials you can find around Furrowfield Island, to make your opening hours with the game as smooth as possible.

Dragon Quest Builders 2 Materials List

In the table below, we'll be listing out all the Dragon Quest Builders 2 material locations on Furrowfield Island. So whenever you need a particular item to build another item or a room, simply check the table below.

MaterialLocationImage
Arid EarthObtained by using the mallet on dry ground
Big BrambleObtained by chopping down larger brambles in the bog
BonesObtained by defeating larger monsters
BrambleObtained by chopping down regular brambles in the bog
ChalkObtained by burrowing deep into the ground with the mallet
Dry GrassObtained by chopping clumps or grass
Grass FibreObtained by chopping reeds in the bog
KelpObtained by chopping clumps of weeds on the sea shore
OilObtained by killing a Dracky or Slime
Seaside SandObtained by burrowing into the sea shore ground
Spoiled EarthObtained by using the mallet on grey ground
StoneObtained by breaking mounds of rocks
WoodObtained by chopping down any tree or stump

Keep in mind that these are only the ingredients that we've located in our time with Dragon Quest Builders 2 so far. Whenever we come across any new ingredients and materials, we'll be sure to add them to the table above straight away.

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