How to Get Cobalt Lavaback Hide in Wild Hearts

Our location guide on how to get Cobalt Lavaback Hide in Wild Hearts will help you locate the item with ease!
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Wild Hearts is a fast-paced action game with a vibrant, stylized aesthetic and a synth-pop soundtrack, where players travel through surreal and dreamlike landscapes, battling foes, and dodging obstacles. There are many different materials and ingredients you might need to progress and craft things in the game, including many that drop from Giant Kemono. This is our guide on how to get Cobalt Lavaback Hide in Wild Hearts to help!

How to Get Cobalt Lavaback Hide in Wild Hearts

To get Cobalt Lavaback Hide in Wild Hearts, you will just need to successfully break the back of a Cobalt Lavaback Kemono. You can find this Kemono in Fuyusagi Fort near ruins and woods. The game describes this Kemono as, “Despite being covered in simmering magma, the beast chooses to inhabit arctic territories, taking apparent delight in melting the snow and ice to create searing hot springs in which it likes to soak.”

To swiftly take down an Cobalt Lavaback, you will need to keep an eye on your surroundings as it will disappear and use surprise attacks to do damage, and it is most vulnerable after it initially bursts out from hiding. With Pounder and Bulwark Karakuri at your disposal, this battle should be winnable.

After slaying/dealing decisive blows to parts of a Cobalt Lavaback, you may also get these items: Cobalt Lavaback Fang, Cobalt Lavaback Molten Rock, Cobalt Lavaback Tail, Cobalt Lavaback Tufa.

We hope our guide to how to get Cobalt Lavaback Hide in Wild Hearts has helped you locate the item you need. You can also use the Cyclopedia to check what obtainable materials have a chance to drop based on the Kemono if you are uncertain. The Cyclopedia also marks where their habitat is. Check out more of our Wild Hearts coverage!

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Wild Hearts has a slew of different types of materials and ingredients that can be gathered, obtained from kills, and the like. These items can then be used to craft or upgrade armor, expand Dragon Pits, or to make meals. Here are some more guides we have put together:

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