How to get Oozy Eggs in Core Keeper

If you need help figuring out how to get Oozy Eggs in Core Keeper, we have a detailed guide!
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The Paws & Claws update is the perfect addition to Core Keeper, adding a new level of excitement and immersion to the already captivating gameplay. With the introduction of animal companions and a new sub-biome, players can look forward to hours of gameplay and exploration. If you need help figuring out how to get Oozy Eggs in Core Keeper, we have a detailed guide!

How to get Oozy Eggs in Core Keeper

To get Oozy Eggs in Core Keeper, you will need to defeat the various slime bosses found throughout the world, which each have a chance to drop a specific type of Oozy egg needed to hatch a Jr. Slime. There are four types of Oozy Eggs available in the game: Oozy Egg, Oozy Poison Egg, Oozy Slippery Egg, and Oozy Lava Egg.

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How to get Oozy Eggs

To get Oozy Eggs, you will need to defeat Glurech the Abominous Mass, which is a slime boss that has a chance to drop this item. The Oozy Egg is described as a “mysterious, transparent egg.” It has a decent chance to drop off the boss (about 18% per the Wiki). You can find this boss in the Dirt Biome.

Once you’ve obtained an Oozy Egg, you can place it into the Incubator to transform into a Cracked Oozy Egg, which will give you the Jr. Orange Slime companion. This companion will slow down the movement speed by targets for four seconds and also do extra damage against bosses. It is described as an “oozy little friend that is ready for adventures underground.”

How to get Oozy Poison Eggs

To get Oozy Poison Eggs, you will need to defeat Ivy the Poisonous Mass, which is a slime boss that has a chance to drop this item. The Oozy Poison Egg is described as a “mysterious, transparent egg.” It has a decent chance to drop off the boss (about 13% per the Wiki). You can find this boss in the Azeos’ WIlderness.

Once you’ve obtained an Oozy Poison Egg, you can place it into the Incubator to transform into a Cracked Oozy Poison Egg, which will give you the Jr. Purple Slime companion. This companion has a chance to apply poison and reduce enemy healing along with doing extra damage against bosses. It is described as a “poisonous little friend that is ready for adventures underground.”

How to get Oozy Slippery Eggs

To get Oozy Slippery Eggs, you will need to defeat Igneous the Molten Mass, which is a slime boss that has a chance to drop this item. The Oozy Slippery Egg is described as a “mysterious, transparent egg.” It has a decent chance to drop off the boss (about 18% per the Wiki). You can find this boss in the Molten Quarry.

Once you’ve obtained an Oozy Slippery Egg, you can place it into the Incubator to transform into a Cracked Oozy Slippery Egg, which will give you the Jr. Blue Slime companion. This companion has a chance on hit to apply slippery movement and does extra damage against bosses. It is described as a “slippery little friend that is ready for adventures underground.”

How to get Oozy Lava Eggs

To get Oozy Lava Eggs, you’ll need defeat Morpha the Aquatic Mass, which is a slime boss that has a chance to drop this item. The Oozy Lava Egg is described as a “mysterious, transparent egg.” It has a decent chance to drop off the boss (about 13% per the Wiki). You can find this boss in the Azeos’ Wilderness.

Once you’ve obtained an Oozy Lava Egg, you can place it into the Incubator to transform into a Cracked Oozy Lava Egg, which will give you the Jr. Lava Slime companion. This companion provides +2 glow along with extra damage against bosses and some melee damage. It is described as a “scorching little friend that is ready for adventures underground.”

Jr. Slimes are described as, “Baby Slimes in a variety of colours, each dealing damage associated with their fully-grown counterparts!” Remember, in order to hatch any of the eggs found in the world, you will need to craft the copper workbench (you can do so at the wood workbench), which was added in this update, so you can then craft the incubator. You will need to be patient before your egg will hatch in your incubator!

As you level up your pet–by taking them into combat with you or by giving it pet candy–you’ll be able to get different perks for your pet. You can roll for different perks or a different combination of perks to get the most out of your companion.

Core Keeper Egg Guides

There are four additional egg types that can be obtained to hatch companions. Here are our other guides!

We hope this guide helped you figure out how to get Oozy Eggs in Core Keeper and hatch more eggs to add to your collection of companions! Good luck leveling up your new friend. Check out more Core Keeper coverage.

Christine Mielke

Christine Mielke

Christine Mielke has been writing content for the web for over 15 years. She is well-known for concise, informative content and her transparency. Christine is a 2011 graduate of Santa Clara University’s JD/MBA program, after having graduated in 2007 from University of California, Irvine with B.A. in Economics and B.A. in Political Science.

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