Weapons come thick and fast in Grounded, and at times you may want to opt for a ranged weapon to keep enemies distant. In those cases, the Splinter Arrows are some of the best projectiles you can find — but they aren’t always easy to get. Worry not, as we’re here to explain how to get the Splinter Arrows in Grounded.
How to Get Splinter Arrows in Grounded
To get Splinter Arrows in Grounded, you’ll need to do some crafting. However, some of the required ingredients are quite difficult to come by, so you’ll need to already be a reasonably high level before attempting it.
Two different materials are required to make this type of arrow. They are Wooden Splinters and Dust Mite Fuzz. You’ll need five of the former and two of the latter to craft five Splinter Arrows. Luckily those materials are reasonably straightforward to procure, though you may need some high-level equipment.
Splinters can be found from by harvesting with the Termite Axe. As such, it makes the barrier of entry slightly higher, as you’ll already need that weapon to farm them. Any other type of axe will not work, so make sure you’ve got it before trying. Dust Mite Fuzz is found when killing a Dust Mite, and is much easier to amass. Grind away, collecting those items, and then you’ll be ready to make some arrows.
The good news is that the crafting process is incredibly easily. Head to any Workbench located across the world, and simply scroll until you find the Splinter Arrows recipe. From there, click through to combine your items, at which point you’ll be able to make the arrows. Remember that you need quite a few ingredients to make five arrows, so the yield can be quite low. It’s not the easiest thing to make, but the attacking potency of Splinter Arrows makes it worth the effort.