Palia Vampire Crab Guide

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This Palia Vampire Crab guide will detail how to get yourself a Vampire Crab including where to find them, when to find them, and how much they can sell for if you’ve got some extras. Palia released on Steam on for FREE and has been a massive hit with fans of the farming and life sim genre.

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*Note: The content in this article is accurate as of the time of writing and does not account for any future updates to the game*

Palia Vampire Crab Tips

As one of the rarer creatures in Palia you have to find a Vampire Crab at a specific time of the day. They are generally available to find between 6pm and 3am. Specifically, they can be found on the beach surrounding the Flooded Fortress.

They can move quickly so smoke bombs and sticky smoke bombs are the best to use in order to slow down the Crab before it burrows underground and out of your vision. Upon being caught they can drop up to 7 Silk Threads.

When caught you can then sell any spare Vampire Crabs for 145 gold or 217 gold for higher quality catches.

They can be used in The Spooky Bundle and as a gift for some villagers but otherwise they’re just for cooking or selling.

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That is all for this Palia Vampire Crab guide. Did we omit anything? Is there any other Palia content you’d like to see? Be sure to chime in and let us know.

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