How to Get Long Lavaback Tail in Wild Hearts

Our location guide on how to get Long Lavaback Tail 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 Long Lavaback Tail in Wild Hearts to help!

How to Get Long Lavaback Tail in Wild Hearts

To get Long Lavaback Tail in Wild Hearts, you will just need to successfully break the tail of a Mighty Lavaback Kemono. This creature is found in both Harugasumi Way and Akikure Canyon, though your first encounter may be at the Altar Ruins at Natsukodachi Isle. The game describes this Kemono as a one of the more feared Kemonos one can encounter with its volcanic body.

To swiftly take down a Mighty Lavaback, you want to focus attacks to its head and body, where it is weaker. You will want to avoid ground eruptions, which come with warning signs, or else improve your elemental resilience by using Elemental Lantern Karakuri.

After slaying/dealing decisive blows to parts of a Mighty Lavaback, you may also get these items: Lavaback Hide, Prized Lavaback Tufa, Lavaback Fire Rock, Sharp Lavaback Fang, Thick Lavaback Beard, Long Lavaback Tail, Sharp Lavaback Spine, Fuma Clan Kemono Blood, Fuma Clean Teardrops, and/or Giant Summer Storm Crystal.

We hope our guide to how to get Long Lavaback Tail 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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