How to Make Poison Arrows in Soulmask

If you can’t figure out how to make poison arrows in Soulmask, I do not blame you. This game seems to delight in making everything overly complicated, and not in the fun way. The road to poison arrows is strangely winding, but once you know what to do, it gets a little better. So, here’s how it’s supposed to work.

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how to make poison arrows in soulmask
How to Make Poison Arrows in Soulmask

How to Make Arrows in Soulmask

Before we get to poison arrows, we first need to talk about how you make regular arrows in Soulmask. There are several different ways you can do this, so we’ll go for the most basic version, the wooden arrows. All you need to make a stack of these is a simple branch, and you can add logs or hardwood if you want to. And you can craft them on the fly, you don’t even need to be at a table or bench. One thing that we do have to mention is that it seems you can’t apply poison to large arrows at the moment, the kind that would be used for the great bow. It’s best to stick to smaller arrows for this one. Okay, now for the difficult part.

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Craft wooden arrows

How to Get Poison Arrows in Soulmask

There’s probably more than one way to get poison arrows in Soulmask. We’ll explain how we did it, and if you know of an easier method, let us know in the comments. Okay, so the first thing you need to make is venom. Type it in the search bar in the top right, and you’ll see that you need two Poisonous Bugs and two Fireflies, and that it has to be made in a Grinder. Now, for reasons I won’t pretend to understand, you can’t just apply venom to arrows, oh no. You first have to turn that Venom into Purified Poison. Aside for Venom, you can also add Carrion or a Poison Mushroom to the mix. Lastly, drop the Purified Poison on your arrow stack in your inventory.

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