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Conan Exiles Shadebloom Location & Uses

Jacob Woodward

Conan Exiles has a whole host of materials that you can harvest from the land, that when used in combination with other ingredients, can create some really useful consumables, hopefully aiding your long term survival.

"Shadebloom" iconShadebloom in Conan Exiles is just that, and is an extremely useful for a couple of different reasons. With this guide, we’ll be exploring where to find Shadebloom, providing you with the exact location that you can pick some up at. We’ll also discuss its uses so you’re aware as to what you’re able to with it.

Where to Find Shadebloom in Conan Exiles

If you’ve been on the hunt for Shadebloom in Conan Exiles and haven’t managed to come across any, you’re not alone here. This is because Shadebloom is only found in one area of The Exiled Lands - within a dungeon.

More specifically, you’re going to be heading into the "Midnight Grove" iconMidnight Grove dungeon and to reach this place, you’ll have to acquire a Potion of Midnight. This potion is picked up outside the entrance (Map Marker) from the werewolf-looking creature in exchange for 5 "Feral Flesh" iconFeral Flesh. Once bought, use the potion quickly as you’ll have a limited time to make it into the Midnight Grove.

(1 of 2) The "Child of Jhebbal Sag" iconChild of Jhebbal Sag who has the Potion of Midnight you need

The "Child of Jhebbal Sag" iconChild of Jhebbal Sag who has the Potion of Midnight you need (left), The Potion of Midnight in the inventory screen showcasing the timer is has (right)

At this point, you’re probably thinking you’ve done the hard part and you’ll simply be able to harvest some Shadebloom with ease. However, sadly, this is not the case, and instead, you’re actually going to need to kill a few bosses in this area to have the chance of acquiring Shadebloom.

Once you dispatch any of the bosses, simply harvest their corpse and you’ll have a chance of "Shadebloom" iconShadebloom dropping. The final boss here will always provide you with "Shadebloom" iconShadebloom, so if you’re having a hard time, you’ll always have a back up at the end of the area.

Harvesting Shadebloom from one of the felled bosses

And that’s all there is to it in acquiring Shadebloom. Sadly this is the only option for picking up the material so if you want to farm it, you will have to keep coming back here.

Shadebloom Uses in Conan Exiles

Once you’ve netted yourself some Shadebloom following the above locations, you’ll now probably want to know what kind of recipes you’ll be throwing it into. This will enable you to get the most out of this material and ensure you’re not wasting it on lesser products when a more vital item could be created.

Naturally, akin to other plants in Conan Exiles, Shadebloom is widely used in a plethora of cooking recipes of which can be subsequently provided to animals. When created, all of these foods don the ‘Shadespiced’ name, and provide an enhanced chance of the animal that eats it to become much larger and stronger.

Here are some examples of Shadespiced foods that can be created when you have combined Shadebloom:

"Shadebloom" iconShadebloom Food Recipe
Shadespiced Corrupted Flesh 3 Abysmal Flesh, 1 Shadebloom
Shadespiced "Crystal" iconCrystal 25 "Crystal" iconCrystal, 1 Shadebloom
Shadespiced "Demon Blood" iconDemon Blood 10 Demon Blood, 1 "Shadebloom" iconShadebloom
Shadespiced "Desert Berries" iconDesert Berries 25 "Desert Berries" iconDesert Berries, 1 Shadebloom
Shadespiced "Fat Grub" iconFat Grub 25 "Fat Grub" iconFat Grub, 1 Shadebloom

The only other real use of Shadebloom is to use it with a combination of other ingredients to make the Claws of Jhebbal Sag, a legendary agility weapon. This weapon allows you to almost become a feral beast in your attacks, and can actually be infinitely repaired which is a pretty nice attribute to have.


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    Action Adventure, Survival
  • Guide Release
    18 April 2023
  • Last Updated
    25 April 2023
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