How to find Water Bugs in Smalland

If you need help knowing how to find Water Bugs in Smalland: Survive the Wilds, we have a detailed location guide on where to find them!
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Smalland is an open-world survival game where players explore a vast world from a small perspective. Players can traverse various landscapes such as forests, swamps, and ruins, while discovering hidden NPCs that provide lore and knowledge. If you need help knowing how to find Water Bugs in Smalland: Survive the Wilds, we have a location guide on where to find them!

How to find Water Bugs

To find Water Bugs, you’ll head southeast from the NPCs Herne and The Elder towards the southeastern beach. They will not be in the water but patrol the beachy edge along with Wasps, Geckos, and Beetles. After you’ve defeated a Water Bug, it has a chance to drop Bug’s Lymph, Insect Fat, and Roach Meat, which can be used in various crafting and upgrading.

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Crafting is a critical area to master in Smalland: Survive the Wilds. If you want to survive, preparation is essential since creatures like ants, cockroaches, beetles, wasps, and spiders see Smallfolk as a potential food source, considering them lower on the food chain.

This means gathering resources, allocating them properly, and making sure you’re upgrading/crafting as you progress in the game are incredibly important aspects of your skillset in order to navigate through Smalland.

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If you want to learn how to find other creatures in Smalland, check out our guides below!

We hope this helped you successfully find Geckos in Smalland: Survive the Wilds! Check out all of our Smalland coverage.

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