Woodchips Locations in DBZ Kakarot Guardian Caretaker Quest

Dragon Ball Z Kakarot woodchips are an item that you need to gather to complete the Guardian Caretaker sub quest. You can find them, as the game tells you, next to fallen trees. But where does one find those fallen trees, and how does one get the woodchips from them? Luckily, the quest can be done fairly quickly once you know where to look. So, let’s take a look at where you can find Woodchips in our Woodchips Locations in DBZ Kakarot Guardian Caretaker Quest guide.

Woodchips Locations in DBZ Kakarot Guardian Caretaker Quest
Woodchips Locations in DBZ Kakarot Guardian Caretaker Quest

Where to Find Woodchips for Guardian Caretaker Sub Quest in Dragon Ball Z Kakarot?

To find Woodchips in the Dragon Ball Z Kakarot Guardian Caretaker sub quest, you’ll have to find fallen tree trunks around the “open” world. When the quest is active, there’ll be a purple orb next to pretty much every fallen tree. The easiest way we figured out to do this is to head to the Lucca Village area. Along the banks of the river, from the waterfall in the north and onward to the south, you’ll find a bunch of fallen trees. As you fly along, use your scanning ability to look for purple orbs next to the tree trunks. Those contain woodchips.

Aside from that, we also went to the south of the town, and found yet another tree trunk, next to which more woodchips were. And there’s probably even more fallen trees all across the entire world. However, as far as we can tell, the river in the Lucca Village map is where you can find a whole bunch of them in a relatively small area. It eliminates the need to go around looking for trees, which really is a bit of a dull task.

And that should about do it. If you need further assistance with this game, allow me to direct you to some of our other Dragon Ball Z Kakarot guides. To name just a few, we’ve written Fleeting Normality Bug in DBZ Kakarot – Disappearing Materials, Nappa Not Showing Up – Saiyan Power, and Mystery of the Missing Tail Vegeta Missing Bug Fix.

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