Dark Clump Zelda Tears of the Kingdom
Zelda TotK is filled with all sorts of items and materials to find. Though, once you find them, you then typically need to figure out how they can be used. One such material is the Dark Clump. A very useful material with multiples uses against Gloom effects, here’s what you need to know about the Dark Clump in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom, including what it can be used for, and where you can get it.
How to Use Dark Clump in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom
As already mentioned, Dark Clump can be used in several ways. All of these uses are connected to Gloom in one way or another. Let’s start with the Depths Armor. This armor set will allow you to move around in Gloom areas without suffering fatal damage. The Dark Clump is one of the materials needed to upgrade Depths Armor. Next, the Dark Clump is an essential ingredient in preparing food that is going to provide you with a Gloom-resistant buff. For example, 4 Dark Clumps + 1 Hyrule Herb will provide you with 8 minutes of three Hearts-worth of Gloom resistance. Or 1 milk + 3 Dark Clumps + a dragon horn will give you 30 minutes.
Where to Find Dark Clump Zelda Tears of the Kingdom
The only place where you can find Dark Clump in Zelda TotK is by getting it from Bargainer Statues. You can purchase 1 Dark Clump for 10 Poes. There may be other places in the game where you can get Dark Clumps, but as of now, this is the only method of obtaining this material that we have figured out so far. If we uncover another way to get Dark Clumps, we are going to update this guide with new information.
They can also be obtained by killing Phantom ganon
SPOILERS AHEAD FOR AN ENEMY TYPE
I found some dark clumps after seeing that weird group of hands that show up randomly. Like two or three dark clumps dropped. I didn’t even fight em cause I was weak at the time and they disappeared and left them behind. Only seen two so far.
You can have my Dark Clumps when you pry them from my cold, dead hands.
Can also be obtained by beating those alive trees in the depths