How to Breed Wixen Noct in Palworld

Discover the process of breeding a Wixen Noct in Palworld, one of the newest Pals that has a useful Partner Skill introduced in the Sakurajima update.

Wixen Noct was among the newly unveiled Pals prior to the announcement of the Sakurajima update during the Summer Games Fest. In terms of appearance, it bears a striking resemblance to the original Wixen, but has a distinct elemental attribute.

Wixen Noct, a Pal with Fire and Dark-type abilities, possesses a useful Partner Skill called Black Fox Lord. This skill adds Dark damage to your attacks when battling alongside Wixen Noct.

If you are considering making Wixen Noct your primary Pal or bringing it into the PvP Arena, you may be curious about the breeding process.

A Breeding Farm in Palworld.

Having a building farm is mandatory to breed Pals in Palworld.

Palworld: How to breed Wixen Noct

To breed Wixen Noct, you can utilize the Breeding Farm, which becomes available at level 19 on the Technology Tree. This can be done by combining Wixen and Katress. Another option is to capture both male and female Wixen Nocts in the wild and breed them together.

If you have never bred Pals before, please adhere to the steps outlined below:

  1. Construct a Mixed Farm on your base by unlocking it.
  2. Position a Cake at the breeding farm.
  3. Gather both your male and female companions and position them in the framework.
  4. Allocate each Pal to the breeding farm.
  5. A timed egg will appear, and all that remains is to wait for the breeding process to be completed.

The process of making a Cake in Palworld is generally simple, but it is worth noting that it can be time-consuming. To expedite the process, it is recommended to have top-quality kindling Pals in your base.

If you’re hoping to catch Wixen Noct in their natural habitat, you can find them along the coasts of Sakurajima at night. However, if you plan on breeding them, know that it is possible. And as a precaution, be sure to equip the Ring of Mercy to prevent any accidental harm.

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