Where to Find Knotroot in Lego Fortnite, Get Knotroot Rod

If you want to know how do you get Knotroot Rod in Lego Fortnite, you’ve come to the right place! Lego Fortnite has just launched, and it is already becoming one of the biggest surprises of the year. The mode blends survival crafting mechanics with Fortnite gameplay, packed in a LEGO coating. And to be perfectly frank, it’s actually a really fun game to play. In this guide, we explain where you can find Knotroot locations in Lego Fortnite.

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How to Get Knotroot Rod Lego Fortnite
How to Get Knotroot in Lego Fortnite

Where to Find Knotroot in Lego Fortnite and How to Get Knotroot Rod

Just like in many other survival crafting games, the core gameplay loop in Lego Fortnite is all about collecting ingredients and crafting useful tools, weapons, and facilities. Some ingredients are in abundance, but some – not as much. And for some, like Fortnite Lego Shells, the game doesn’t properly explain to you where exactly you can find them. Another such item is the Knotroot Rod. So, where to find some Knotroot Rod locations in Lego Fortnite?

Knotroot Rod is an item which you get by carving Knotroot. And when it comes to Knotroot locations, to the best of our knowledge, Knotroot is currently exclusively found in caves. Hence, if you need Knotroot, open up your map, check out cave icons on it, and head to the nearest cave. We are not sure if it’s guaranteed that every cave will have it. However, we are almost 100% sure that you will find some Knotroot in caves. We’ve found both a Knotroot Rod and Knotroot in a chest inside a cave.

Once you find a Knotroot Rod or Knotroot for the first time, it will unlock several recipes for tools and weapons. This includes the Recurve Crossbow, the Shovel, and the Longsword recipe. With that said, that’s about all you need to know. If you have any questions, ask us in the comments section!

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