A survival crafting game set underground with an extensive base-building system sounds ideal for anyone who enjoys the genre. It’s expansive and offers many possibilities with unique biomes and cave systems, but it is also quite lonely. After all, you’re trapped underground. However, Core Keeper solves this issue by offering companions. You can have a pet! Here are the best Core Keeper pets you need to find today!
The Best Pets in Core Keeper
The pets in Core Keeper offer unique buffs in the form of various abilities, like lighting up cave systems or providing a damage buff to boss enemies. As such, whether you’re new or a veteran of the game, chances are you want a pet with you!
|Embertail||Curious Egg||Bearded Merchant||9-11 Ranged Damage|
+16 Burn Damage
|Owlux||Lively Egg||Ancient Crate|
Large Ancient Crate
Overgrown Wooden Crate
|+7.6% Movement Speed for Players|
+6.5% Damage for Players
|Jr. Orange Slime||Oozy Egg||Glurch the Abominous Mass||11-13 Melee Damage|
-23.5% Enemy Movement Speed
+15% Damage Against Boss Enemies
|Subterrier||Loyal Egg||Digging Spot||11-13 Melee Damage|
10% Chance to Stun
+10% Critical Hit Chance
|Fanhare||Nimble Egg||Flower Vessel|
Large Flower Vessel
|9-11 Ranged Damage|
12% Chance to Poison and reduce healing by 75%
+1 Target Pierced by Projectiles
While only a few pets are in the game, these 5 are some of the most valuable companions in the caverns. They offer significant boons against boss enemies, increased damage and movement speed, and poison effects.
How to Get Pets in Core Keeper?
To get pets in Core Keeper, you must first track down their egg and then build and use an Egg Incubator. For that, you require a few materials:
- 8 Copper Bars
- 8 Glass Pieces
With these resources, you can build an Incubator and start training pets, though it takes approximately 30 minutes for one egg to hatch.
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