How To Get Shroud Cores in Enshrouded

Enshrouded Fell Brute
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Upgrading the Flame Altar is a crucial part of the Enshrouded experience. Unsurprisingly, you’ll need various items that can be crafted or collected from around the in-game world to upgrade it. Or, if you prefer to scavenge, there are several places you can find or earn Shroud Cores as drops in Enshrouded.

Fortunately, the process isn’t too tricky. This guide provides all the details you need to know about making Shroud Cores.

How To Make Shroud Cores in Enshrouded

Shroud Core crafting menu in Enshrouded
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To make Shroud Cores in Enshrouded, you need two materials: Shroud Liquid and Shroud Spores. Shroud Spores are incredibly easy to acquire, as you’ll most likely be able to get them from enemies. However, Shroud Liquid can be a bit trickier to get your hands on. You can technically obtain this material from any plant, but you’ll predominantly find it as a resource from harvesting the different mushrooms scattered throughout the Shroud.

Additionally, if you kill some more challenging enemies, you may find that you will get a Shroud Core from them. You’ll likely see such a drop when you kill bosses. However, the boss you want for this material is one found in the Elixir Wells, named the Fell Thunderbrute. Along with their head, they are responsible for dropping Shroud Cores.

To craft Shroud Cores, you will need both Shroud Liquid and Spores. And, of course, you’ll also need the Alchemist unlocked, which you can find in an Ancient Vault in the Springlands.

What Are Shroud Cores Used For?

Shroud Cores in inventory in Enshrouded
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Shroud Cores are used for a variety of things, including creating chests and upgrading your Flame Altar. The more you upgrade the Flame Altar, the more Shroud Cores you’ll need to upgrade the Flame Altar. Luckily, you’ll be able to get Shroud Spores in abundance, and Shroud Liquid is never too hard to find.

Good luck in Enshrouded!

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Written by Amy Eastland

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