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Wild Hearts Pet Kemono Seeds | How to Get

Wild Hearts Pet Kemono Seeds - How to Get

When you hear Kemono, your first thought is probably of the heart-pounding colossal monsters you’ve been fighting in Wild Hearts. However, contrary to popular belief, not all Kemono species are as dangerous as they seem. There are a variety of Kemono that are so adorable that we can’t help but keep them as pets. In addition, some of them will give you Pet Kemono Seeds, which you may require for upgrading armor and weapons. Whatever your reason, keep reading to learn how to keep Kemono as pets and obtain seeds from them!

How to Get Pet Kemono Seeds in Wild Hearts

How to Get Pet Kemono Seeds in Wild Hearts

To get Pet Kemono Seeds in Wild Hearts, you first need to unlock the ability to keep Kemono in cages as pets. To do that, you need to unlock the Wildlife Cage Dragon Karakuri. This will cost you 1,000 Kemono Orbs to unlock, but once you do, you can place it in your campsite and keep Kemono as pets, and thusly obtain seeds from them.

Now that you have your Wildlife Cage, you need to know the specific Pet Kemono to capture that drop seeds. There are five in total, but the two easiest to catch are the Canecrown Viper and the Berrybright Squirrel, both of which can be found in the Harugasumi Way region. However, you can also get them as a drop from capturing Cherryting Ladybugs in Akikura Canyon, Frostberry Squirrels in Fuyufusagi Fort, and Orangetufted Constrictors in Natsukodachi Isle.

Once you’ve captured anyone of these Pet Kemono, make your way back to your camp and put them in your Wildlife Cage. Now all you have to do is wait. After some time, come back to the cage and you should see the option to “Collect Materials”. These will be none other than the Pet Kemono Seeds you’ve been hoping to get your hands on. If you want to produce more seeds, it’s just a matter of getting more Wildlife Cages and capturing more of the Pet Kemono we mentioned above.

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Written by Andrew Smith