Temtem: Saipark Safari This Week (17th August - 23th August)

Temtem: Saipark Safari This Week (17th August - 23th August)

We show you where to find the new Temtem Reserve, and how to catch rare and Luma Temtem there.

Update 0.5.12 for Temtem adds the new Saipark area among other things, a large nature reserve where players can encounter rare Temtem and even catch luma ones. We'll show you where to find it, as well as how it works.

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Where to Find the Saipark

The Saipark is actually back near the start of the game, it's just inaccessible until you've completed the section of campaign that's currently available. After you've completed the "Shipwrecked in Tucma!" quest and gotten the rock-hopping hook, you can head back to Deniz. The Saipark is on the path between Zadar, the starting town, and Brical de Mar north of it, over a hook-point on the path's left side.

The Saipark is back at the beginning of the game, but not accessible until you're a long way through it. | Joel Franey/USgamer, Crema/Humble Bundle

How Does the Saipark Work?

The Saipark is basically an enclosed area in which random Temtem are introduced every week, including some rare ones. However, they can't be caught with regular Temcards, instead forcing the player to buy special "SaiCards" at the entrance. The cost of this varies according to numerous factors, based on the types of Temtem available, the number of players going in, and all sorts of other elements.

There's always a few rarer Temtem in every week, and Luma Temtem are more common too. | Joel Franey/USgamer, Crema/Humble Bundle

Saipark This Week (Starting August 17th 2020)

This week, it costs 2000 pansuns to enter the Saipark and you'll get 23 SaiCards. These SaiCards will expire at the end of the week when new Temtem are introduced. These are the Temtem you'll encounter this week:

  • Kaku (Min SV 29, Egg Tech chance 10%)
  • Umishi (Min SV 27, Egg Tech chance 10%)

The Temtem in the park change week-to-week, but seem to be generally between levels 30 and 40. We'll be sure to update this list accordingly as the selection changes.

If you want to get the Rock-Hopping Hook and make it to the Saipark yourself, why not check out our guide on how to do just that? Or follow this link if you want to catch the rare and majestic Shuine.

Joel Franey

Guides Writer

Joel loves books, games, comics and drinks that make a person feel like they just got kicked in the head by a mule. He has a Masters in writing from Sussex, which he somehow got by writing about Superman. He is absolutely NOT three children in a long coat, so please stop asking.

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