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Pagan Online: Crafting Material Drop Locations

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The Gods are gone – their demise has left the world in turmoil. Dark forces the likes of which have never been seen before are amassing to tear the souls from those too weak to resist and devour whoever is left.

Fling spells and swing metal, rush enemies and crush bones, and in the end, pry their weapons from their cold, unworthy hands. Carve a path through your enemies in your quest for glory in Pagan Online.

Crafting Material Drop Locations

Igman

Rare
Tissue
Sturdy Tools
Jagged Belt
Energy Orb

Epic
Weapon Fragment
Growing Raiment
Bottled Gale
Limb

Legendary
Ancient Relic
Sylvan Coat
Elemental Force
Animated Parts

Karadol

Rare
Construction Part
Resilient Wood
Captured Lightning
Bone

Epic
Armor Segment
Living Plate
Enchanted Pyre
Brain

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Legendary
Ancestral Artifact
Druidic Garment
Divine Particle
Skeletal Construct

Deliblat

Rare
Crystallized Fire
Organ
Structural Reinforcement
Infused Leather

Epic
Architectural Element
Celestial Light
Arboreal Shard
Spine

Legendary
Ranger’s Gear
Biomass
Mighty Aegis
Cosmic Spark

Adria

Rare
Captured Lightning
Bone
Construction Part
Resilient Wood

Epic
Enchanted Pyre
Armor Segment
Brain
Living Plate

Legendary
Druidic Garment
Skeletal Contruct
Ancestral Artifact
Divine Particle

The list above is for Normal Difficulty only, increasing difficulty may add Materials from other regions or simply increase the amount dropped of the same materials it seems to be random when ever you refresh the mission.

Written by MrPuppy94

1 thought on “Pagan Online: Crafting Material Drop Locations”

  1. Not super helpful, since we’d have to already have found them to know the names so we can check against your list.

    How about some pictures? Or maybe a grid of what the items are, like in the Inventory?

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