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Where to find Wyrdwood in New World

Where to find Wyrdwood in New World

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Wyrdwood is a Tier IV Wood Resource in New World, the MMO from Amazon Games. If you are coming from our New World Logging leveling guide, you already know this type of wood can be harvested at Logging level 100. It is also one of the best materials to farm to increase your Logging level up to 200. You’re probably wondering where to find Wyrdwood in New World, so we’re here to break down the best locations and show you some alternate ways to farm this material.

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How to get Wyrdwood in New World

There are two ways to get Wyrdwood in New World:

  1. Killing Dryad-type wolves
  2. Wyrdwood Trees

Killing wolves

Killing mobs, specifically the Dryad wolf species, is probably the best way to farm Wyrdwood and level up Logging. Dryads are nature- or tree-type enemies, who are mostly made of wood, and for that reason, you can chop up their corpses after defeating them. It provides much more Logging experience than chopping regular Wyrdwood Trees, and they respawn almost instantly. That means you don’t have to wait ten minutes for each tree to respawn.

There are three great spots for finding these mob types in New World:

  1. Brightwood
  2. Edengrove
  3. Reekwater

Bronzegrove Terrawolf in Brightwood

If you are lower level (around level 30) and looking to power level your Logging, you can visit the Bronzegrove area of Brightwood. There is a special mob type called Bronzegrove Terrawolf, and they are mostly made of trees, which means you can chop them like a tree after killing them. Each wolf drops Life Quintessence and Wyrdwood.

New World Wyrdwood - Bronzegrove Terrawolf

Dryad Wolf in Edengrove

You can also fast travel to the Blighted Shrine in Edengrove and make your way down to Sapterlith. When you arrive at the destination, you’ll notice not only a lot of Wyrdwood Trees but also Dryad Wolf mobs. The nice thing about the wolves is that you can chop their carcasses like the ones in Brightwood after defeating them. Each mob will drop Wyrdwood and Life Quintessence, making it an even better farm spot if you are Arcana and need to make some potions with the Quintessence.

New World Wyrdwood - Dryad Wolf in Edengrove

Timeless Mireloup in Reekwater

Finally, another good spot to find these types of wolves is in Reekwater. You can fast travel to Reekwater Village and follow the road south out of town. On your right side, before the crossroads, you’ll find a mob with the name Timeless Mireloup. Like the previous type enemies we’ve covered, you can kill these and chop them up for Life Quintessence and Wyrdwood.

New World Wyrdwood - Timeless Mireloup in Reekwater

Where to find Wyrdwood Trees

There are a few good locations to check out if you want to find Wyrdwood Trees in New World:

  1. Brightwood
  2. Weaver’s Fen
  3. Great Cleave
  4. Mourning Dale

Brightwood

New World Wyrdwood - Brightwood

Weaver’s Fen

New World Wyrdwood - Weaver's Fen

Great Cleave

New World Wyrdwood - Great Cleave

Mourning Dale

New World Wyrdwood - Mourningdale

Keep in mind these are just some of our favorite spots. You can check out the comprehensive interactive New World Wyrdwood map for a complete list of locations.

For more builds, guides, and content, check out our website’s New World section.

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Cole is a lifelong PC gamer who loves FPS, RPG, and MMO games. The first PC game that got him hooked was the Counter-Strike beta in 1999. He has thousands of hours in all of the old-school Blizzard games like Starcraft, Warcraft, and Diablo.