Curry making is one of the new mechanics introduced in Pokemon Sword and Shield. It’s more than just a simple mini-game, though. Curry in Sword and Shield brings with it an array of benefits depending on the type you make. 

While making curry is fairly simple on the surface, it’s important because it has many uses, such as restoring HP, improving friendship ratings, and removing status effects.

There are some tips and tricks to keep in mind to make the best curries and fill up the Curry Dex. This Pokemon Sword and Shield curry guide fills you in. 

How to Make Curry in Pokemon Sword and Shield

You can start making curry as soon as you enter the Wild Area  the first time and Sonia gives you the camping gear. From there, you’ll need Berries and curry ingredients.

You’ll have to complete the cooking mini-game to do so. Pro-tip: fan the flames a lot. After that, your creation is assigned one of five ranks, each with its own set of effects.

Koffin Class (1 Star)

Get 1 Star to get this class. It heals 25% HP. It also gives a small EXP boost and a small friendship boost.

Wobbuffet Class (2 Stars)

Get 2 Stars to get this class. It Heals 50% HP. It also gives a slightly bigger EXP boost and increases friendship.

Milcery Class (3 Stars)

Get 3 Stars to get this class. It completely heals HP, removes status effects, doubles the EXP boost from Wobbuffet class, and increases friendship even more

Copperjah Class (4 Stars)

Get 4 Stars to get this class. It completely restores HP and PP, removes status effects, doubles EXP boost from Milcery class, and offers a substantial friendship boost.

Charizard Class (5 Stars)

Get 5 Stars to get this class. It completely restores HP and PP, removes status effects, doubles EXP boost from Copperjah class, and offers a huge friendship boost.

The game doesn’t clue you in on how to achieve the higher ranks.

Technically, you can make curry with as few as two Berries, but you won’t get much higher than Wobbuffet Class that way. You’ll actually need to fill up the cutting board, which means using 10 Berries. However, there’s a catch here too.

Using common Berries also won’t net you the best results. You’ll want to find rare Berries — or ones with stronger tastes (“very spicy” for example) to throw in the mix. It doesn’t seem like you need to have all 10 rare Berries, but the more the better.

There are also size variations to what you make. If your lead Pokemon is very large, you’ll get a large curry. Super small Pokemon result in smaller curry. It doesn’t seem as if the size variations for each are required to fill out the Curry Dex, though.

Pokemon Sword and Shield Berry List

The table below contains all of the berries in Pokemon Sword and Shield. The dashes simply denote that there aren’t enough of a certain variety to be included. 

Spicy Dry Sour Sweet Bitter
Cheri Chesto Aspear Pecha Rawst
Figy (very) Hondew Wiki Mago (very) Aguav
Pomeg Wiki Iapapa (very) Pomeg Hondew
Qualot Passho (very) Grepa Qualot Coba (very)
Tamato (very) Yache Wacan Grepa Haban (very)
Occa (very) Kebia Yache Wacan Ganlon
Rindo Charti (very) Kebia Shuca Jaboca (very)
Chople Chilan (very) Colbur (very) Payapa (very) Kee
Tanga (very) Ganlon Apicot Kasib (very) Maranga
Babiri (very) Apicot Lansat Liechi
Liechi Micle (very) Starf Salac
Petaya Rowap Custap
Kee (very) Roseli

 How to Farm Berries in Sword and Shield

You find berries everywhere in Sword and Shield. There’s at least one Berry Tree on every route, plus a ton of them scattered about in the Wild Area.

You can get the basic ones, like Oran and Cheri, from the Berry Merchant in Wedgehurst, though those won’t let you make the best curries.

What you get from a Berry Tree is completely random in type and quantity. There’s always a chance you’ll have a Skwovet fall on your head and steal your Berries. Still, it’s the only way to get the best Berries.

Finally, rarer Berries with stronger flavors are more often found in out of the way areas, like the island in the Axew’s Eye Lake. Some of these require the Rotom Bike upgrade that lets you ride on water, which you won’t be able to pick up until Route 9.

Where to Find Curry Ingredients

You also need curry ingredients on top of Berries. We have a full curry ingredients list below, but these range from things like Brittle Bones to a Tin of Beans and even Fried Food.

You might come across some of these as hidden (sparkly) items on the ground in the Wild Area, but for the most part, you’ll need to buy curry ingredients from Watt Vendors in the Wild Area.

Like everything else these Vendors offer, the selection is random, as is the Vendor location.

However, you can typically expect to find a Watt Vendor with curry ingredients near the edge of the lake (enter the Wild Area near the train station and just go straight).

Pokemon Sword and Shield Complete Curry Dex

Below is the complete Curry Dex, including all curry ingredients — and yes, some of them are completely ridiculous sounding. Salad Curry, anyone? They are in alphabetical order. 

Bach’s Food Tin

Rich Curry. Spicy Rich Curry. Dry Rich Curry. Sour Rich Curry. Sweet Rich Curry. Bitter Rich Curry.

Bob’s Food Tin

Juicy Curry. Spicy Juicy Curry. Dry Juicy Curry. Sour Juicy Curry. Sweet Juicy Curry. Bitter Juicy Curry. 

Boiled Egg

Boiled Egg Curry. Spicy Boiled Egg Curry. Dry Boiled Egg Curry. Sour Boiled Egg Curry. Sweet Boiled Egg Curry. Bitter Boiled Egg Curry.


Toast Curry. Spicy Toast Curry. Dry Toast Curry. Sour Toast Curry. Sweet Toast Curry. Bitter Toast Curry. 

Brittle Bones

Bone Curry. Spicy Bone Curry. Dry Bone Curry. Sour Bone Curry. Sweet Bone Curry. Bitter Bone Curry.

Coconut Milk

Coconut Curry. Spicy Coconut Curry. Dry Coconut Curry. Sour Coconut Curry. Sweet Coconut Curry. Bitter Coconut Curry. 

Fancy Apple

Apple Curry. Spicy Apple Curry. Dry Apple Curry. Sour Apple Curry. Sweet Apple Curry. Bitter Apple Curry.

Fresh Cream

Whipped Cream Curry. Spicy Whipped Cream Curry. Dry Whipped Cream Curry. Sour Whipped Cream Curry. Sweet Whipped Cream Curry. Bitter Whipped Cream Curry.

Fried Food

Fired Food Curry. Spicy Fired Food Curry. Dry Fired Food Curry. Sour Fired Food Curry. Sweet Fired Food Curry. Bitter Fired Food Curry.

Fruit Bunch

Tropical Curry. Spicy Tropical Curry. Dry Tropical Curry. Sour Tropical Curry. Sweet Tropical Curry. Bitter Tropical Curry. 

Instant Noodles

Instant Noodle Curry. Spicy Instant Noodle Curry. Sour Instant Noodle Curry. Sweet Instant Noodle Curry. Bitter Instant Noodle Curry.

Large Leek

Leek Curry. Spicy Leek Curry. Dry Leek Curry. Sour Leek Curry. Sweet Leek Curry. Bitter Leek Curry.

Mixed Mushroom Curry

Mushroom Medley Curry. Spicy Mushroom Medley Curry. Dry Mushroom Medley Curry. Sour Mushroom Medley Curry. Sweet Mushroom Medley Curry. Bitter Mushroom Medley Curry.

Moomoo Cheese

Cheese Covered Curry. Spicy Cheese Covered Curry. Dry Cheese Covered Curry. Sour Cheese Covered Curry. Sweet Cheese Covered Curry. Bitter Cheese Covered Curry.

Packaged Curry

Decorative Curry. Spicy Decorative Curry. Dry Decorative Curry. Sour Decorative Curry. Sweet Decorative Curry. Bitter Decorative Curry. 

Pack of Potatoes

Plenty-of-Potato Curry. Spicy Plenty-of-Potato Curry. Dry Plenty-of-Potato Curry. Sour Plenty-of-Potato Curry. Sweet Plenty-of-Potato Curry. Bitter Plenty-of-Potato Curry.


Pasta Curry. Spicy Pasta Curry. Dry Pasta Curry. Sour Pasta Curry. Sweet Pasta Curry. Bitter Pasta Curry.

Pre-Cooked Burger

Burger Steak Curry. Spicy Burger Steak Curry. Dry Burger Steak Curry. Sour Burger Steak Curry. Sweet Burger Steak Curry. Bitter Burger Steak Curry. 


Curry. Spicy Curry. Dry Curry. Sour Curry. Sweet Curry. Bitter Curry. 

Pungent Root

Herb Medley Curry. Spicy Herb Medley Curry. Dry Herb Medley Curry. Sour Herb Medley Curry. Sweet Herb Medley Curry. Bitter Herb Medley Curry.

Salad Mix

Salad Curry. SpicySalad Curry. Dry Salad Curry. Sour Salad Curry. Sweet Salad Curry. Bitter Salad Curry.


Sausage Curry. Spicy Sausage Curry. Dry Sausage Curry. Sour Sausage Curry. Sweet Sausage Curry. Bitter Sausage Curry. 

Spice Mix

Seasoned Curry. Spicy Seasoned Curry. Dry Seasoned Curry. Sour Seasoned Curry. Sweet Seasoned Curry. Bitter Seasoned Curry.

Smoke Poke Tail

Smoked Tail Curry. Spicy Smoked Tail Curry. Dry Smoked Tail Curry.Sour Smoked Tail Curry. Sweet Smoked Tail Curry. Bitter Smoked Tail Curry.

Tin of Beans

Bean Medley Curry. Spicy Bean Medley Curry. Dry Bean Medley Curry. Sour Bean Medley Curry. Sweet Bean Medley Curry. Bitter Bean Medley Curry.

Last Curry Recipe: Gigantamax Curry

After you’ve cooked all those, there’s still one more curry recipe to whip up: Gigantamax Curry. You can only do this with Gigantamix and 10 Berries of differing flavors, and Gigantamix comes as a potential reward for completing a PokeJob.

There doesn’t seem to be any specific Job that offers this as a reward, so just try to prioritize PokeJobs with higher star ratings, and make sure you’re sending out Pokemon that meet the specified requirements.

Your Reward for Completing the Curry Dex

Now that you’ve finally completed the Curry Dex, what do you get? Well, it’s sort of a mixed bag, the Pokemon version of finding all the Boos in Luigi’s Mansion 3.

You get a set of gold curry cooking utensils you can use at any time. That’s great — but you’ve also already made every kind of curry at least once. Still, it’s something.

That’s all you need to know to make the best curry in Pokemon Sword and Shield. Be sure to check out our other Pokemon Sword and Pokemon Shield guides for more tips to make you the best trainer in Galar.

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Pokemon Sword and Pokemon Shield introduce a number of new evolution methods for some of its quirkier Pokemon, while tweaking some of the location-based evolution methods from previous games.

Our handy Sword and Shield evolution guide covers them all to help you get those elusive ‘mons you want.

Applin Evolution Methods — How to Evolve Applin

Applin is the Grass/Dragon Pokemon that’s basically a Dragon worm living in an apple. You can find it in the Wild Area, but the easiest way to find it is Route 5 as a surprise encounter.

Applin’s evolution split is version-dependent, because each version gets a different evolution item for Applin.

In Sword, it evolves into Flapple after you use the Tart Apple on it. 

Alternatively, in Shield it gets Appletun after you give Applin a Sweet Apple.

Where to Find Tart Apple and Sweet Apple

Both items are found in two specific places in their respective versions.

The surefire way to get a Tart Apple or Sweet Apple is by heading to Hammerlocke. Near the Route 6 exist is an NPC who tells you how much he wants to show his love to his beloved — with an Applin.

He asks for yours, but fret not. He eventually gives it back, gets his own, and in return, gives you a Sweet Apple (Shield) or a Tart Apple (Sword).

These also randomly spawn on the island in Axew’s Eye in the Wild Area near the tree, and there’s a small chance you’ll get one by visiting a Battle Cafe and battling the owner, but the Hammerlocke NPC is your best bet if you just want one.

From there, give the item on your Applin as a hold item, and the evolution will start.

Sinistea Evolution Methods — How to Evolve Sinistea

Sinistea, the Ghost-type teapot, also requires an item, though it’s available in any version. You’ll use either the Chipped Pot or the Cracked Pot, but it gets a bit confusing here.

There are two kinds of Sinistea: normal (Forged) and rare (Authentic). Both are found in Glimwood Tangle as surprise encounters, and the only way to tell the difference is a little stamp of authenticity on the bottom. You can see it when you Dynamax Sinistea, but the easiest way to tell which kind you have is just by checking the evolution item required.

Normal/Forged Sinistea can only be evolved using the Cracked Pot item.

The Rare/Authentic Sinistea can only be evolved using the Chipped Pot item.

Once found, give it to Sinistea as a hold item for it to evolve.

Where to Find the Cracked Pot and Chipped Pot

Finding the Cracked Pot to evolve a normal/Forged Sinistea is simple.

In Stow-on-Side, there’s a ladder on your right as you’re heading towards the Gym. Climb it and follow the path to get a Cracked Pot. Alternatively, you can sometimes find them for sale at the Bargain Store in Stow-on-Side.

The Chipped Pot for evolving a rare/Authentic Sinistea can only be found in Stow-on-Side’s Bargain Store. The shop’s selection rotates daily, so if you don’t see it one day, there’s a high chance of finding it the next day.

Milcery Evolution Methods — How to Evolve Milcery

Milcery’s evolution method is a bit of a doozy, with a bunch of different outcomes depending on how you go about it. It has seven different evolution options!

Just to note: Milcery itself can be found on Route 4 as a surprise encounter or in Max Raids, the Bridge Field, or Giant’s Mirror sections of the Wild Area.

After that, head to one of the game’s Battle Cafes. These can be found in

  • Motostoke
  • Hammerlocke
  • Wyndon

You can challenge the Cafe Master in these once per day, with a chance of getting a special evolution-related item. Some of these are for Pokemon like Swirlix, but there’s also a chance you’ll get one of seven different Milcery evolution items.

  • Strawberry Sweet
  • Berry Sweet
  • Love Sweet
  • Star Sweet
  • Clover Sweet
  • Flower Sweet
  • Ribbon Sweet

Any of these items will work for evolving Milcery into Alcremie, with the only change in outcome being what Alcremie has adorning its head and its eye color.

With sweet item in hand, give it to Milcery as a hold item. Then, spin to whip its cream up and evolve it into Alcremie.

Alcremie Forms Guide

You’ve probably seen videos of the cute little spin your avatar can do, where you rotate the left stick continuously to put them into a spin, and then when you stop, they strike a pose like Champion Leon’s.

For evolving Milcery, when and how you spin determines what Alcremie will ultimately look like.

Alremie Result Spin Requirements
  Vanilla Cream (plain white) Spin clockwise during the day.
  Ruby Cream (pinkish tinge)  Spin counterclockwise during the day.
Matcha Cream (greenish tinge) Spin clockwise at night.
Salted Cream (pure white) Spin counterclockwise at night.
Mint Cream (blueish-green tinge)  Spin counterclockwise for more than five seconds at night.
Lemon Swirl (white with yellow streaks) Spin clockwise for more than five seconds at night.
Caramel Swirl (white with light brown streaks) Spin clockwise for more than five seconds during the day.
Ruby Swirl (white with pinkish streaks)  Spin counterclockwise for over five seconds during the day.
Rainbow Swirl (all possible colors) Spin counterclockwise for over 10 seconds at dusk (between 5pm and 5:59pm).


Farfetch’d Evolution Method — How to Get Sirfetch’d

Farfetch’d finally gets an evolution, but it’s exclusive to Pokemon Sword.

You’ll need a Farfetch’d obviously, so head to Route 5 for that, and then you need to get three critical hits in one battle.

The easiest way to do that is to teach Farfetch’d Focus Energy. To do that, go to Motostoke and speak to the NPC outside the record store. He’ll give you Technical Record 13, which teaches Focus Energy, but only once.

If you’ve already used TR13, you’ll just have to hope you get lucky in a Max Raid battle in the Wild Area.

From there, get into a fight with a sturdy opponent. Use Focus Energy, then choose a weak attack like Peck. Repeat until you score three critical hits.

Alternatively, you could use False Swipe instead of a weak move. It never knocks your opponent out, and you can buy the TM94 for it early on.

Clobbopus Evolution Method — How to Get Grapploct

Grapploct is one of Sword and Shield‘s more popular new Pokemon. You can technically catch one outright in the Wild Area as a possible strong spawn, but it’ll probably be way too high level to catch and/or demolish you with a suction cup.

So, the easiest way is just to raise it from a Clobbopus. You’ll find these on Route 9, or you might get lucky and come across one in a Max Raid or the Wild Area’s Dusty Bowl and North Lake Miloch.

Clobbopus evolve into Grapploct once it levels up while knowing the move Taunt.

You can do one of two things:

  • You can raise it to level 35, when it learns Taunt naturally, then level it up once more (EXP Candies from Max Raids would help here).
  • Or, if you can check the Watt Vendors in the Wild Area to see if any of them are hawking TR37, which teaches Taunt.

Toxel Evolution — How to Get Each Toxitricity

Toxel’s evolution branch isn’t quite as complicated as Applin’s. Like Milcery, the changes are largely aesthetic.

Toxel is the adorably sullen Poison/Electric baby-looking Pokemon, and while you can find it on Route 7, you can also get a level 1 Toxel free of charge by visiting the Day Care on Route 5 and speaking with the NPC in the lobby.

Toxel needs to level up to 30 to evolve into Toxitricity, and its nature determines which kind of Toxitricity you get.

The only difference apart from how they look is that Amped Toxitricity can learn Venoshock, while Low-Key Tocitricity learns Venom Drench.

Amped-Form Toxitricity

Level Toxel up to 30 if it has any of the following Natures:

  • Adamant
  • Brave
  • Docile
  • Hardy
  • Hasty
  • Impish
  • Jolly
  • Lax
  • Naive
  • Naughty
  • Rash
  • Quirky
  • Sassy

Low-Key Form Toxitricity

Level Toxel up to 30 if it has any of the following Natures:

  • Bashful
  • Bold
  • Calm
  • Careful
  • Gentle
  • Lonely
  • Mild
  • Modest
  • Quiet
  • Relaxed
  • Serious
  • Timid

Galarian Yamask Evolution — How to Evolve Yamask

Galarian Yamask lives in Route 6, and its evolution is as finnicky as Farfetch’d’s.

You’ll need it to take 49 points or more of damage in one hit, and then walk under the Giant Arch in the Dusty Bowl portion of the Wild Area. After that, it’ll evolve into Runerigus, a Ground/Ghost type.

Pokemon with Changed Evolution Methods

There are a few Pokemon who evolve differently in Sword and Shield.

Eevee — How to Get Glaceon and Leafeon

Since there aren’t any location specific evolution methods in Gen VIII, you just need to use an Ice Stone to get Glaceon and a Leaf Stone to get Leafeon. The Digging Duo near the Wild Area Day Care is the best way to get elemental stones.

Galarian Darumaka — How to Get Galarian Darmanitan

This one’s equally as simple. Use an Ice Stone on the Sword-exclusive Galarian Darumaka (after catching one on Route 8 or Route 10), and you’ll have your Galarian Darmanitan

Charjabug — How to Get Vikavolt in Sword and Shield

Charjabug might pop up in the Wild Area, or you can just find Grubbin on Route 1 if you’re lucky. Either way, once you’ve got your Charjabug, you’ll only need to use a Thunderstone to get Vikavolt.

That’s it for Pokemon Sword and Pokemon Shield‘s weird evolution methods, but be sure to check out our other Pokemon Sword and Shield guides for more tips and tricks to make you a Pokemon master.

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You’ve downloaded Minecraft Earth, but now you’re wondering: “How do I delete my data?” Well, you’ve come to the right place.

For the most part, deleting data has been an issue for early adopters. They signed up for the beta under one platform but wanted to switch to another one. Unfortunately, at the moment, you actually can’t technically delete your Minecraft Earth data.

But there is allegedly a workaround that accomplishes the same goal. 

How to Delete My Minecraft Earth Data

You might have noticed there is a link specifically meant to delete your data. This can be found in the Minecraft Earth portion of the Mojang website. Unfortunately, the link doesn’t work at this time (whoops).

That may change over time and could just be a temporary issue, so be sure to head over and give it a shot anyway. Right now, it’s the only official channel that lets you officially wipe your data. 

If the link above doesn’t work for you, there is another option to try.

Create a New Microsoft Account

Your Minecraft Earth data is tied directly to your Microsoft account, so the workaround is to create a whole new Microsoft account. Delete the app from your phone, re-install, and then enter your secondary account info when prompted to hookup to your Microsoft account.

Creating a new account can be pretty annoying, though, since you probably have a number of games and achievements directly tied to your current account. That’s not considering you’ll need to switch between the two when you play Minecraft Earth — or any other Microsoft connected game.

Have you found another way to delete your Minecraft Earth data? Let us know your method, and we’ll give it a shot!

Be sure to also check out the rest of our Minecraft Earth guides here if you need help finding iron, coal, or rare cows!

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Epic Games released the Fortnite week seven challenges this week, bringing us closer to the end of the 10 weeks of challenges available this season. Since we don’t know if more challenges will become available with the extension of season one, completing these challenges will be helpful for reaching that coveted tier 100 before the season concludes.

Here’s how to complete the challenges: Dance in front of the pipe man, hay man, and timber tent.

Fortnite Trick Shot challenges list

Fortnite Chapter 2 Week 7 Challenges

The battle royale challenges this week are themed just like they were in previous weeks this season. The week seven challenges are known collectively as the Trick Shot challenges and deal with players performing various tricks around the map. There are a total of 10 challenges this week, which is slightly less than previous weeks.

You can find the full list of the Trick Shot challenges below:

  • Get two eliminations while at 50 health or less
  • Consume three foraged apples at the orchard location
  • Get three eliminations at Weeping Woods or a landmark
  • Dance in front of a pipe man, hay man, and timber tent
  • Gain health with a small fry, flopper, and a slurp fish
  • Get two eliminations with a pistol
  • Deal 500 damage with shotguns
  • Save yourself from fall damage by landing in a hideout
  • Heal yourself within 10 seconds of taking damage from an opponent
  • Search for the hidden letter “T” in the Trick Shot loading screen

There are a lot of great and varied challenges this week, but we are going to focus in this guide on the dancing challenge. Here’s how to get your groove on in front of a Fortnite pipe man, hay man, and timber tent.

Fortnite week 7 dance challenge tips

Fortnite Team Rumble

First and foremost, there are some tips that you should know prior to completing this challenge. For one, you don’t have to dance in front of all three locations in the same match, so feel free to take your time if you need to.

That said, we recommend that you do this challenge in the Team Rumble mode like usual, if you are looking to complete it as fast as possible and claim your reward. You can also divide up the duties between you and your friends by turning on the Party Assist feature.

As for the dancing itself, this must be at the location that is mentioned in the challenge. The good thing is that you can use any dance emote to actually complete the objective so long as you are in the right spot.

Fortnite dance locations

Fortnite Dance Locations Week 7

There are three locations that you must show off your best dance moves: the pipe man, hay man, and timber tent. The strangely named spots are spread widely across the new chapter two island. As such, we are going to go over them in the order of the challenge itself but you can complete in any order you like. Here are the three locations you need to head to.

Fortnite pipe man location

Fortnite Pipe Man

For this first spot, you are going to need to head near Misty Meadows. The southernmost named location is just north of the pipe man that we need for this challenge.

The pipe man can be found just south of the large snow-capped mountain that is southeast of Misty Meadows. The exact location for the pipe man on the grid-based map for the island is in the F8 square.

What you are looking for is a large pipe man as seen in our screenshot above, who is literally made of pipes and is hanging on the edge of the cliff. Dance in front of this strange object and you will complete part one.

Fortnite hay man location

Fortnite Hay Man

The second location known as the hay man is a fair distance from the previous location on the other side of the map. You will find the hay man in the Frenzy Farm location, just southwest of the large mansion in the middle of the named area.

You can find the large person made out of hay in E4 square on the grid-based map of the island. Dance in front of it to complete the second objective for this challenge.

Fortnite timber tent location

Fortnite Timber Tent

The third and final location, the timber tent, can be found in between the named locations of Sweaty Sands and Holly Hedges. It is directly south of the former and north of the latter.

The timber tent is quite literally a tent that is made out of large pieces of lumber. Its exact location is found in the B4 square on the grid map. Dance in front of it to complete this challenge.

Fortnite dance challenge reward

As with almost every challenge this season, your reward for completing the dance challenge is 52,000 experience.

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Minecraft Earth for Android and iOS has a few rare, exclusive mobs. One of the coolest (and rarest) is the new Moobloom cow, a special yellow cow that has an affinity for flowers like Dandelions and Sunflowers. But how do you find these awesome new mobs, and what do they do?

Our Minecraft Earth tips guide below doesn’t go over all of the new mobs in the mobile game, but it does look at the Moobloom rare cow. We tell you how to find a Moobloom, as well as what it’s for and what it drops. 

Minecraft Earth Moobloom Rare Cow Guide

How to Find a Moobloom

Finding a Moobloom is probably players’ biggest issue, as little yellow flower cows don’t appear anywhere on the map. Instead, you’ll simply see normal cows roaming about when looking for this rare mob.

But, when you find a cow, there’s an isolated chance that when you tap on it to collect it, that it will become a Moobloom. You’ll know the cow is a Moobloom because a short animation will play when you tap it to collect it. Some sparkles will go off, and the cow you were collecting will be revealed as a rare Moobloom!

That part’s pretty straightforward: all you have to do is go out into the world (stay safe!) and collect cows until you find what you’re looking for. It’s an imprecise science, but one that will eventually pay off. 

What do Moobloom do in Minecraft Earth?

Moobloom are mostly a decorative mob, meaning you’ll place them in a build mainly to show off. They have AI similar to Mooshrooms from Minecraft, meaning they won’t fall off steep cliffs or walk into lava. However, while walking, Moobloom will leave a trail of flowers!

They’ll mainly leave Dandelions in their wake, but they will also leave behind rare Sunflowers too! This makes Mooblooms an excellent source for players looking to make lots and lots of Yellow Dye. So if yellow is your favorite color, you’re definitely in luck!

Moobloom rare cows are a must-have mob for any player who’s looking to decorate their build or just really loves flowers or the color yellow. They’re a fantastic, useful addition to Minecraft Earth.

Minecraft Earth is free to download and play. Players can find it on the Google Play Store and Apple play for Android 8+ and iOS 10+ devices — even tablets. Not only does the game feature augmented reality building, but it also has a fun, collaborative adventure mode. 

See more of our Minecraft Earth guides — or maybe some of our regular Minecraft stuff while you’re here, including useful tips and awesome seeds. 

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Companions are a huge part of The Outer Worlds. They boost your stats, shoring up some of your deficiencies. They help you in fights, bringing powerful abilities to the table to help you take down powerful foes. And they chime in on your quests, offering humorous insights while helping you learn more about the different factions you encounter.

There are six total of companions you can recruit in The Outer Worlds, and you can have two in your party with you at any given time. The others will wait aboard your ship. Here is where you find each of them, what you need to do to get them to join you, and what they offer.

Companion: Parvati

the Outer Worlds companion, Parvati

Parvati is likely the first companion to join your party in The Outer Worlds. You will find her as part of the main questline in Edgewater; she will join you temporarily in the “Stranger in a Strange Land” quest and join up with you permanently after you finish the quest.

Parvati’s special attack is an AoE blast where she slams her weapon down on the targeted spot. It sends out a blast wave that shocks enemies and knocks them over, stunning them if they are automechanicals.

Stat Bonuses and Unique Perks

If Parvati is in your party, you get increases to your Engineering, Persuade, and Lockpick skills. She also has these unique perks to unlock:

  • Bonus Support Engineering: Adds +10 to your Engineering skill.
  • Mod Finder: 10% higher chance of finding mods in loot.
  • Synchronicity: Grants 25% more Tactical Time Dilation.

Companion: Vicar Max

Vicar Max

You’ll also find Max in Edgewater; Parvati even suggests that you go speak with him after you meet her. Speak with Max, and he will send you on a quest called “The Illustrated Manual.” Complete it, and he will offer to join you.

Vicar Max’s special attack has him study his target before “spiritually enlightening” them with his shotgun. It can knock enemies down and makes the target weaker to special damage like shock and plasma.

Stat Bonuses and Unique Perks

If Vicar Max is in your party, he will grant you increases to your Intimidate, Hack, and Science skills. He also has these perks to unlock:

  • Bonus Support Hack: Grants +10 to your hack skill.
  • Sermon: Adds 20% to combat dialogue effect durations.
  • Mad Max: Increases science weapon damage by 20%.

Companion: Ellie


You’ll find Ellie onboard the Groundbreaker. Head to the Medical Bay, and she’ll be arguing with the clerk inside. Complete the quest “Worst Contact” and she’ll offer to join your team.

Ellie’s special attack has her firing several precision attacks on the enemy. This can cause bleeding and disarm your foes.

Stat Bonuses and Unique Perks

If Ellie is in your party, she will grant bonuses to your Lie, Medical, and Engineering skills. She also has these unique perks:

  • Bonus Support Medical: Adds +10 to your Medical stat.
  • First Responder: Medical Inhaler is 20% more effective.
  • CPR: An attack that would cause fatal damage instead heals for 25% of the damage. CPR has a five-minute cooldown.

Companion: Felix


The first people you encounter when you board the Groundbreaker will be arguing. One of these people attacked someone with a tossball stick. That’s Felix.

After speaking with them, go through the questline on the Groundbreaker until your ship is released. When you return to your ship to leave, Felix will be standing outside and offer to come aboard.

Felix’s special attack causes him to charge his enemies and dropkick them.

Stat Bonuses and Unique Perks

If Felix is in your party, he will grant you a bonus to your Persuade, Sneak, and Lockpick skills. He also has these unique perks:

  • Bonus Support Persuade: Adds +10 to your Persuade skill.
  • Bootlickers!: Increases damage to cowering enemies by 20%.
  • Rebellion: Increases damage to corporate enemies.

Companion: Nyoka


You’ll find this hard-drinking merc inside The Yacht Club bar in Monarch. She’s too drunk to help you when you first encounter her but will sober up if you complete the quest “Passion Pills”. After, she will offer to join you.

Nyoka’s special attack has her unleash her machine gun on enemies, decreasing their armor and setting them on fire.

Stat Bonuses and Unique Perks

If Nyoka is in your party, she will grant you a bonus to your Lie, Sneak, and Medical skills. She also has these perks:

  • Bonus Support Lie: Adds +10 to your Lie skill.
  • Hunter: Decreases the radius of your footsteps being heard by 20%.
  • Exterminator: Grants bonus damage against creature enemies.

Companion: SAM

The Outer Worlds companion, SAM

Your robotic janitor, SAM, is found on the top floor of your ship, the Unreliable. He is stuffed in a closet; interact with the automechanical, and you will activate a quest called “The Cleaning Machine.” Complete this quest and SAM will join you.

SAM’s special attack is an AoE that knocks down and deals acid damage to foes.

Stat Bonuses and Unique Perks

If SAM is in your party, they grant bonuses to your Intimidate, Hack, and Science skills. They also have these unlockable perks:

  • Bonus Support Intimidate: Adds +10 to your Intimidate skill.
  • Cleaner: Reduces the negative reputation effect of killing members of a faction by 20%.
  • Bad Samaritan: Deal increased damage to automechanicals.

There you have it, everything you need to know to recruit all six of the companions available in The Outer Worlds. Bring your companions along to help you hack terminals, talk your way out of trouble, and defeat your enemies! Improve their skills to create an unstoppable team. 

For more tips and tricks on Obsidian’s latest, be sure to head over to our guides page for The Outer Worlds

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Every year around Halloween, Destiny 2 celebrates the Festival of the Lost, an event remembering all that Guardians have sacrificed and what they can do in the future. The Festival plays host to an annual, limited-time activity called the Haunted Forest, a spooky, procedurally-generated dungeon run filled with enemies, bosses, and plenty of loot.  

Activating the activity is a simple process, and making it repeatable is simpler still. This guide will show you where to find the Haunted Forest, providing you with a step-by-step walkthrough so you can start collecting the various masks on offer.

How to Find the Haunted Forest in Destiny 2

To begin your journey into the Haunted Forest, go to the Tower. You’ll find it festooned with decorations befitting the season. Walk forward a few steps, and you’ll meet Eva Levante, your guide to everything Festival of the Lost.

Talk to Eva, and you’ll receive some dialog and a quest.

Pick up the quest, and you’ll be greeted by Eva’s inventory: bounties, event masks, weapons, items, and other goodies. Pick up any/all of the Masquerader’s Hood masks, and your next quest will appear.

At this point, all you have to do is open up the map of the Tower. You’ll see a new quest icon at the top: this is the location of one way into the Haunted Forest.

All you have to do now is select which version of the Haunted Forest you’d like to attempt. For your first run, I recommend sticking to the default setting, called simply “Haunted Forest.” 

This first version of the activity is matchmade, making sure your first run goes as smoothly as possible, provided you don’t have other people on to play with.

The “Firewalled Haunted Forest” removes the option for matchmaking, allowing solo or otherwise private runs for you and your friends.

The Activity

Once you’ve launched into the Haunted Forest, you’ll have 15 minutes to clear as many branches as you can by killing enemies and bosses. Nine branches grants you Pinnacle level gear, and enough boss kills nets you a Tier 3 Powerful reward. 

The Reward

After you’ve completed your first run through the Haunted Forest, return to Eva for your reward: a bag of treats. 

Go ahead and pick up your goody bag, and once you’re done perusing Eva’s inventory, make a slight right, and you should see a new marker above a blue holographic tree. 

Now you can launch the Haunted Forest either from this tree in the Tower or through the Tower map.

Happy hunting!

While you’re here, have a look at more Destiny 2 guides:

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In Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, you accrue XP and Skill Points with each kill and new discovery. Killing enemies is pretty straightforward, but you can also get experience for skill points by discovering Echoes and scanning things throughout the world. Eventually, you run into meditation points, where you can spend XP and Skill Points to acquire skills. 

No matter what skills you want to purchase from the three skill trees of Force, Lightsaber, and Survival, your first skill will always be Overhead Slash, which is essentially a heavy attack. You must first unlock this skill to access the rest of Jedi: Fallen Order‘s skill tree. 

That said, you might find it difficult deciding what’s worth investing your hard-earned Skill Points into, and what isn’t. Unlike some other games, may of the skills in Jedi: Fallen Order cost 1 Skill Point. Some require 2 Skill Points, but the typical differentiation based on Skill Point cost muddies things just a bit. 

At least on Jedi Knight difficulty, we suggest that you take the following skills early on to help you blow through tougher opponents and obtain more of that sweet, sweet XP.

Jedi: Fallen Order Tips — Best Skills to Get Early On

1. Dash Strike

Dash Strike allows you to hold down the button you’d use to execute Overhead Slash and dash towards an enemy for a rapid heavy attack that breaks through most defenses. Unlocking it costs 1 Skill Point.

This is great for closing the distance on Stormtroopers and Purge Troopers. It’s also good for getting in a quick attack on some of the game’s bigger creatures, before quickly evading into a standard slash. 

2. Leaping Slash

Leaping slash allows you to double-tap the Overhead Slash button and quickly follow up with another heavy attack after the first one. This is great if your opponent parries your first Overhead Slash, because they’ll generally take damage on the second one. Leaping Slash costs 2 Skill Points to unlock.

3. Evasive Kick

Evasive Kick is a great way to get a precise, difficult-to-parry attack into an opponent after you dodge away from them. Just hit the evade button to evade around their flank, then hit the light attack button (the one that you’d regularly use for basic lightsaber swings), and you’ll send your opponent off with the sole of your Jedi boot.

Evasive Kick costs 1 Skill Point, and defeating an enemy only using kicks will get you the “Kickoff” trophy/achievement. 

4. Survival Skills

Survival Skills increases the maximum amount of health available to you during your time in Fallen Order. Survival Skills costs 1 Skill Point.

For the game’s harder difficulties, having more health is a serious boon. You can pick up other health upgrades in Stim Canisters and Life Essence as you play through the game, but taking advantage of this skill early on makes sure you’re resilient from the get-go. 

5. Force Attunement

Force Attunement increases the maximum amount of Force available to you. Force Attunement costs 1 Skill Point.

Like Survival Skills, Force Attunement is important to nab as early as possible when playing on Fallen Order‘s higher difficulties. Force Slow and Force Push can turn the tide of any fight, and make getting past some enemies much, much easier. More Force power means you can use those skills more often without having to engage enemies to replenish it. 

That’s it for our best early skills guide for Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. Keep up to date with all of our Fallen Order guides.

Developed by Respawn Entertainment and published by EA, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is the newest single-player Star Wars game. It is currently out on PC, PS4, and Xbox One. 

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Warframe’s new update, The Old Blood, brings a host of new features to the game, including the Kuva Lich system. In it, you can inadvertently (or purposefully, as this guide will show) create your very own personal nemesis, a randomly generated Kuva Lich. But first, you need to find a Kuva Larvling. 

Kuva Liches are created when a Kuva Larvling spawns into a 20+ Grineer mission and is killed by the player. While just about any Grineer mission over 20 will do the trick, I’ve personally found one particular mission to be a pretty sweet spot for generating Kuva Larvling.

How to Find a Kuva Larvling in Warframe

The best place to find a Kuva Larvling in Warframe is on Cassini, Saturn. Since it demands the minimum level requirement, and it’s a Capture mission, you can use Cassini, Saturn to complete your mission very quickly if you have a good arsenal.

Kuva Larvling Spawning

Eventually, your screen will shudder, indicating an enemy invasion (e.g. a Stalker, unhappy Faction, or Hunters). Afterward, you’ll receive a message from a Kuva Guardian, such as “Test Subject injected. They will rise or die.” This message means that a Kuva Larvling has spawned into your mission.

You’ll see a red marker that will lead you to the Kuva Larvling. Find the Larvling. What you do from there is up to you.

The Kuva Larvlings are incredibly weak and typically die in one hit, but killing one will create a Kuva Lich, which will become your own personal nemesis and haunt some corner of the Sol System.

That’s all you need to know about how to find a Kuva Larvling in Warframe and use it to spawn a Kuva Lich. For more tips, tricks, and strategies, be sure to head over to our Warframe guides

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As tends to happen with these things, there have been issues involving Red Dead Redemption 2 crashing on PC. Players have reported the problem since launch, and some are still experiencing it. This Red Dead Redemption 2 tips guide hopes to help fix the pesky bugger and get you back in the saddle. 

Whether the game immediately crashes, with the Rockstar launcher giving you the “exited unexpectedly” error, or your PC freezes and dumps you to your desktop after starting a new game, there are some potential solutions to your problem.

Though Rockstar has said it is working on patching the PC crashing issues, here are some troubleshooting steps to try out before firing off a support ticket.

Red Dead Redemption 2 Crashing on PC Fix

Red Dead Redemption 2 error code following a crash in the Rockstar Launcher.

While waiting on an official patch, Rockstar has revealed there are three main troubleshooting steps that may get you into the game right now.

1. Disable Antivirus

For the time being, disabling your anti-virus seems to be the most sure-fire way to get you past the “Red Dead Redemption 2 exited unexpectedly” error message, especially if you are using Malwarebytes.

2. Update Graphics Drivers

If that doesn’t work (or you just aren’t willing to go that route), the next step is to update your graphics driver. Brand-new game-ready drivers from NVIDIA and AMD just landed to deal with issues plaguing recent PC game launches, like Modern Warfare and Red Dead Redemption 2.

This can be automatically handled through your GPU software (such as GeForce Experience or Radeon Adrenalin). Or, if you think that software hasn’t correctly auto-updated, you can manually download the new video driver updates here:

3. Run as Administrator

Finally, some users have been able to successfully get in by running the game with administrator privileges. Here’s how to go about launching the game as an administrator:

  1. Select Settings in the Rockstar launcher
  2. Navigate to Red Dead Redemption 2 under My installed games
  3. Click Open below View Installation Folder
  4. Right-Click Read Dead Redemption 2 and select Properties
  5. Choose Run this Program as an Administrator and Disable Full-Screen Optimization on the Compatibility tab
  6. Click OK and re-launch the game

Unfortunately, even if you get beyond this launcher issue with any of the previous steps, the game may then freeze or crash again as soon as you encounter the menu and cut scenes to start the main campaign.

That half of the issue is a dev-side issue, and you’ll need to wait on a patch expected to land later this week if you’re still experiencing the crash.

Have you found any other workarounds for Red Dead Redemption 2 crashing on PC that we didn’t mention? Leave us a comment below and we’ll add your method to the list! For more on RDR 2, be sure to check out our Red Dead Redemption 2 guides, all of which still work for the game’s PC launch. 

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