All Materials In Ghost Of Tsushima and Where To Get Them

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All Materials In Ghost Of Tsushima and Where To Get Them
All Materials In Ghost Of Tsushima and Where To Get Them

Ghost of Tsushima offers us the possibility to improve our weapons and armor. To be able to do it, you have to go to the swordsmith, blacksmith, master archer, or trapper and deliver the corresponding materials for each improvement.

It means that you will have to know where to find them, of course.  Here are all the materials, where to get them, and what they are for:

Where to Get The Most of Material?

Apart from the places where to get each material in a specific way that we indicate in each of them, you can find almost any material at home and in tents of Mongolian camps. Explore each building for packets of materials!

Keep in mind that they will always be common or rare. You won’t find objects like gold, wax wood, or silk naturally.

You can also keep an eye out for when you meet Mongols on the way, and nearby. Once you’ve eliminated the enemies, search the cart for various supplies.

Finally, the talisman Inari makes you get more units from any natural source material. For example, if a mission has linen x6 as a reward, you will not get more units. However, it will give you more material when you collect linen you have found in a house. You will collect more units than normal.

1. Bamboo

Ghost Of Tsushima Collections Material Bamboo
Ghost Of Tsushima Collections Material Bamboo
  • Description: A common wood used by bow craftsmen to enhance ranged weapons.
  • What it is for: to improve the arches.
  • Where to get it? It grows in any area of ​​Tsushima where there are trees. If you see a forest, bushes, etc., then look around.

2. Yew wood

Ghost Of Tsushima Collections Material Yew Wood
Ghost Of Tsushima Collections Material Yew Wood
  • Description: A rare wood used by bow craftsmen to enhance ranged weapons.
  • What it is for: to improve the arches.
  • Where to get it? It grows anywhere, like bamboo, but is rarer.

3. Wax wood

Ghost Of Tsushima Collections Material Wax Wood
Ghost Of Tsushima Collections Material Wax Wood
  • Description: A rare wood used by bow craftsmen to enhance ranged weapons.
  • What it is for: to improve the arches.
  • Where to get it? You get it as a reward from Shinto Shrines.

4. Iron

Ghost Of Tsushima Collections Material Iron
Ghost Of Tsushima Collections Material Iron
  • Description: a common metal used by swordsmen to improve the katana and tanto.
  • What it is for: to improve the katana and both.
  • Where to get it? It can be found in Mongolian houses and especially forts and camps.

5. Steel

Ghost Of Tsushima Collections Material Steel
Ghost Of Tsushima Collections Material Steel
  • Description: a rare metal used by swordsmen to improve the katana and tanto. It is also known as tamahagane steel.
  • What it is for: to improve the katana and both.
  • Where to get it? It can be found in Mongolian houses and especially forts and camps.

6. Gold

Ghost Of Tsushima Collections Material Gold Steel Iron
Ghost Of Tsushima Collections Material Gold Steel Iron

Description: a rare metal used by swordsmen to improve the katana and tanto.

What it is for: to improve the katana and both.

Where to get it? You can get it as a reward for clearing certain Mongol forts and camps.

7. Linen

Ghost Of Tsushima Collections Material Linen
Ghost Of Tsushima Collections Material Linen
  • Description: It is a common cloth used by blacksmiths to enhance clothing and armor.
  • What it is for: to improve armor.
  • How do you get it? The fastest way to do this is to complete side missions. Flax is a reward from the lowest, easiest, or most common quests.

8 Leather

  • Description: A rare cloth used by blacksmiths to enhance clothing and armor.
  • What it is for: to improve armor.
  • How do you get it? The fastest way to do this is to complete side missions. Leather is a standard reward, but rarer to see than linen.

9. Silk

Ghost Of Tsushima Collections Material Silk
Ghost Of Tsushima Collections Material Silk
  • Description: A rare cloth used by blacksmiths to enhance clothing and armor.
  • What it is for: to improve armor.
  • How do you get it? The fastest way to do this is to complete side missions. This is the rarest cloth, and you will get only a few units of each by completing, especially, the missions of your allies like Ishikawa or Masako.
Ghost Of Tsushima Collections Material Supplies
Ghost Of Tsushima Collections Material Supplies
  • Description: resources that can be given to trappers, swordsmen, blacksmiths, or bow craftswomen in exchange for other resources and upgrades.
  • What it is for: it is the “currency” of the game. Instead of X amounts of money, you use provisions. They are used to buy items or resources and as part of the materials needed to upgrade weapons and armor.
  • How do you get it? From anywhere, albeit, in the long run, the easiest way to get supplies is by eliminating enemies and searching their bodies.

11. Flowers

Ghost Of Tsushima Collections Material Flowers
Ghost Of Tsushima Collections Material Flowers
  • Description: colored flowers used by merchants to make new armor dyes.
  • What it is for: They are used as “currency” when buying new dyes for clothes.
  • How do you get it? Although they technically grow all over Tsushima, in the swamps south of Toyotama you’ll find them in droves.

12. Predator skins

  • Description: Skins of dangerous animals that can be given to trappers to expand the number of ranged and fast-firing weapons you can carry.
  • What it is for: To increase the maximum number of arrows and thrown objects that you can carry as a maximum.
  • How do you get it? First of all, you can not get these skins from the deer. You have to kill wild boars or, better, bears to collect them from their carcasses. Wild boars and bears can appear anywhere in Tsushima. However, there is no specific place where they appear more frequently.
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David Porter

David writes video game and technical news and reviews

3 Comments

  1. Thanks for this handy guide on where to get materials in Ghost Of Tsushima. I have bookmarked this for when I play it at my buddy’s house.

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