Skull & Bones is full of materials you’ll need to rule the high seas, but one of them is more important than the others. Here’s how to find and harvest Acacia Wood in Skull & Bones.
After over a decade in development, Skull & Bones has finally set sail. Players take to the open ocean to plunder and pillage to their heart’s content.
The game’s focus is on naval combat, which draws heavily from its spiritual predecessor, Assassin’s Creed: Black Flag. As a fearsome pirate, you will face timid landlubbers with your cannons, board their ships and take their loot.
Skull and Bones has a lot going for it, but unfortunately it won’t be on PS4 and Xbox One.
Of course, if you want to be a successful pirate, you’ll need a sturdy ship with all the accessories, which requires more of one resource than any other. Here’s how to get Acacia Wood in Skull & Bones.
How to harvest Acacia Wood in Skull & Bones
Unlike Assassin’s Creed: Black Flag, you can’t just wander around any island in Skull & Bones. This means that the majority of resource gathering is actually done from your ship.
To harvest Acacia Wood, you will need a Saw which you can obtain from the Carpenter in the game. You will be introduced to the Carpenter quite early on during the game’s tutorial.
Finding Acacia Wood in Skull & Bones is as simple as scanning the map for small tree icons shown in the image below. Once you locate one, navigate close enough and press the Acacia Harvest prompt.
This will trigger a mini-game in which you saw the Acacia using the right trigger on your controller. The goal is to stay in the green zone for the best results, although you will still earn Acacia Wood by staying in the yellow zone.
Acacia Wood can be found wherever you see these green tree icons on the map. There you go. Soon you’ll be full of Acacia Wood, which is a good thing considering it’s one of the main resources for repairing and building ships in Skull & Bones.
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