|Best Harvest Location
|Harvest Tool Required
|Pynnor Holy Tower - Sanctuary Garden
There are multiple locations you can harvest Arbor Ivy depending on your progress in the game:
- By slicing specific trees with your Sickle or Axe Sickle in the following locations:
- Main Road – Limewick Hill
- Liese Valley – Broken Defense Line
- Pynnor Holy Tower – Sanctuary Garden
Locations for Farming Arbor Ivy
Main Road – Limewick Hill
This is one of the earliest locations to get a Arbor Ivy. You can find the trees that yield Arbor Ivy when hit with the sickle.
Liese Valley – Broken Defense Line
Another location you can find the same trees in Main Road – Limewick Hill. They can be found in the following locations.
Pynnor Holy Tower – Sanctuary Garden
Another location to get Arbor Ivy is at Pynnor Holy Tower – Sanctuary Garden. However, in addition to the trees you find on the previous maps, fallen logs will also yield Arbor Ivy when you hit them with the sickle.
Using Travel Bottles to farm Arbor Ivy
Typically, we would include a Travel Bottle section along with a list of available bottle codes you can use to access areas with Arbor Ivy. However, the locations above are easy to access, don’t contain any particularly dangerous enemies and are abundant in nodes for harvesting Arbor Ivy.
In the amount of time it would take you to input the bottle code, load into the travel bottle world, run around and harvest the roughly 10 to 16 Arbor Ivy in the travel bottle world while avoiding combat with the world’s enemies then exiting the world, you could reach all the nodes on Pynnor Holy Tower – Sanctuary Garden and get much more.
For this reason, we won’t be including a Travel Bottle section for Arbor Ivy.
Synthesis Uses for Arbor Ivy
Arbor Ivy is a required material for the following recipes:
|Recipes that require Arbor Ivy
|Delphi Rose, Arbor Ivy, (Flower), (General Goods)
Aside from those, it can be used to fulfill the following material requirements for any other synthesis:
- Material: (Thread)
- Element: (Ice)
“Ivy that tends to wrap itself around centuries-old trees. It’s actually a parasite, and feeds directly off of the tree.”