Where to find lava dust in Slime Rancher 2?

Lava Dust is one of the more difficult resources in Slime Rancher 2. You can find it by exploring dangerous area that is usually full of lava making it dangerous. Not only does the environment try to hurt you, but some slimes have explosive tendencies and exploring here can be difficult. Still, Lava Dust is valuable and you want to find it regularly. In this guide we will tell you where to find Lava Dust in Slime Rancher 2.

How to find lava dust in Slime Rancher 2

You can find Lava Dust by exploring Ember Valley. It’s one of the two regions that you can unlock after thoroughly exploring your starting location, Rainbow Fields. You want to find the Pink Gordo on the northwest side of Rainbow Fields, near where you originally find the Tabby Slimes. The only way to get this Gordo to run is by giving it a large amount of fodder, which is made up of anything you can find. It’s not picky. After getting enough food, it will eventually explode, releasing a geyser underneath. You have to stand on top of the geyser to get to a cliff where you’ll find a device that allows you to discover a teleporter.

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The teleporter will take you to Ember Valley, and from there you’ll need to travel to the far west, where you’ll find an area covered in lava and fire, along with Batty, Crystal, and Boom slimes. The boom slimes are the most dangerous because they will explode from time to time, damaging you.

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If you’ve already discovered Deep Brine and Primordy Oil, you know what lava dust looks like. It looks like black goo from the ground but has some fire and lava stains indicating it’s lava dust. You’ll need to use your Vac to collect it, and you’ll need the Resource Harvester upgrade to add it to your inventory.

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