Pokémon Legends: Arceus has taken the franchise in a totally new direction in various ways, with one way being crafting. As in many games, crafting requires materials, and the latest installment to the Pokémon franchise is no different. Knowing where to find each material in Pokémon Legends: Arceus is an essential aspect of the game, and one that may prove particularly evasive is wood. Other materials around the Hisui region, such as berries, apricorns, and ore, are more easily found. Check out the guide below to find out where to find wood in Pokémon Legends: Arceus and finally complete that pesky request from a villager asking for a wooden Pokeshi doll.
Where to Find Wood in Pokémon Legends: Arceus
The first area trainers unlock in Pokémon Legends: Arceus is the Obsidian Fieldlands. Areas within the Fieldlands such as Aspiration Hill and the Horseshoe Plains are plentiful in apricorns, medicinal leeks, tumblestones, and berries. However, once players have defeated Mai in the main story, more of the Obsidian Fieldlands will become accessible, and accessibility will only increase with the use of Wyrdeer. Trainers will then be able to find materials such as iron chunks and wood.
While trees may appear in nearly every direction, wood is strangely hard to come by. An area where wood is available and accessible to trainers reasonably early on is right before the Deertrack path. Here, a road leads to the left near the river located in the middle of the Obsidian Fieldlands. It is there that players can find wood, usually beside a tree. Be sure to look closely because it can be difficult to spot sometimes. Also, be aware that this area is home to aggressive Pokémon such as Shinx and Buizel, who will attack if a trainer is stood in one place for too long.
For trainers searching for wood to complete to request asking, ” Please! Make me a Pokeshi Doll!” it can now be done. In return, the reward for completing the request is your very own Pokeshi Doll. As the doll serves no purpose outside of this encounter, selling it will give players 1000 in-game currency, proving more useful in Pokémon Legends: Arceus.