Inner Fire Charm Lego Fortnite

The Inner Fire Charm in Lego Fortnite is an item that you can equip, and it then keeps you warm in the snow biome. Well, warmer. See, it doesn’t seem to be working quite as it’s supposed to right now. In this guide, we will explain how you get the Inner Fire Charm, and why it’s not working as it should. Which is a bummer, considering obtaining the Charm is a long, arduous process. Lets’ get right into it.

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Inner Fire Charm Lego Fortnite

How to Get Inner Fire Charm in Lego Fortnite

To get the Inner Fire Charm in Lego Fortnite, you’ll have to keep upgrading your village and your Crafting Bench. There are two tiers of the Inner Fire Charm. The Rare one requires three Wool Thread (shear sheep and put the wool into the Spinning Wheel), eight Brightcore (mined in desert caves), Cut Ruby (collect Raw Rubies from desert caves and put them into the Stone Cutter) and three Blast Cores. The Epic Inner Fire Charm is even more brutal (three Heavy Wool Threads, thirty Brightcores, ten Blast Cores, one Frost Brute Scale). If you’re lucky, you might get an Inner Fire Charm or two in a chest.

So, yeah, it’ll take some doing before you can get your hands on the Inner Fire Charm. This is especially true for the Rubies, which are really rare. But it’s worth it when you finally stop seeing that You Are Cold notification. Speaking off…

Lego Fortnite Inner Fire Charm Not Working Explained

Now, I don’t know for certain if this is the case, but it seems like the Inner Fire Charm is not working exactly how it should. By that I mean, you’ll still be getting the You Are Cold message even when you have it equipped. On top of that, if you go into a frozen cave with a lower-tier Charm, you’ll start freezing no matter what. Not to mention that they can sometimes break without any obvious reason. So, I’d at least recommend you supplement the Charm with some spicy food, just in case. And let’s hope to goodness the developers address these issues as soon as possible. Keep in mind that it’s not unplayable by any means, but you’ll get less than you might think for all the materials you’ve invested.

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