Pal Eggs and Hatch List in Palworld

An Overview of Eggs and Hatching in the Wacky Simulation Game

Palworld is a quirky life simulation game where you build a relationship with cute creature companions called Pals. One of the critical features of Palworld is finding and hatching eggs to obtain new Pals. Eggs can be found scattered around the open world or produced through breeding Pals at your farm. The eggs come in different sizes, types, and elements and will hatch into a random Pal depending on factors like egg type and your in-game choices. This article will provide a detailed overview of the different Pal egg types, what Pals can hatch from them, and how to successfully incubate and hatch eggs in Palworld.

Pal Egg Types

There are several classifications of Pal eggs in the game:

Common Eggs

Standard eggs are the basic eggs that spawn frequently around the world. They are medium-sized and take 4 real-time hours to hatch. Ordinary eggs can produce these Pals:

  • Galeclaw
  • Tocotoco
  • Direhowl
  • Melpaca
  • Eikthyrdeer
  • Nitewing
  • Grintale
  • Gorirant
  • Lunaris
  • Lovander

Elemental Eggs

The elemental eggs are associated with specific elements and environments:

Damp Egg

Damp eggs are found near bodies of water. Hatch time is 5 hours. Damp eggs hatch:

  • Celaray
  • Surfent
  • Penking
  • Pengullet

Dark Egg

Dark eggs spawn at night in dark areas. They take 10 hours to hatch. Dark egg hatches:

  • Mau
  • Daedream
  • Loupmoon
  • Nox
  • Tombat
  • Fellbat

Dragon Egg

Dragon eggs are rare, take 10 hours to hatch, and can produce Relaxasaurus.

Palworld Egg Hatch List

Electric Egg

Electric eggs spawn near sources of electricity and take 6 hours. They hatch Sparkit.

Frozen Egg

Frozen eggs occur in snowy areas and take 8-12 hours. Hatches from frozen eggs include:

  • Chillet
  • Swee
  • Mau Cryst
  • Reindrix
  • Sweepa
  • Wumpo
  • Vanwyrm Cryst
  • Penking

Rocky Egg

Rocky eggs are found in mountainous and rocky terrain. Hatch time is 8 hours. Rocky eggs produce:

  • Hangyu
  • Dumud
  • Fuddler
  • Warsect
  • Surfent Terra

Scorching Egg

Scorching eggs are generated in hot areas like deserts and volcanoes. They take 8 hours to hatch. Scorching egg hatches include:

  • Flambelle
  • Foxparks
  • Kelpsea Ignis
  • Leezpunk Ignis
  • Vanwyrm
  • Arsox
  • Rooby
  • Bushi
  • Kitsun
  • Pyrin
  • Pyrin Noct

Verdant Egg

Verdant eggs occur in forests and jungles. Hatch time ranges from 5-10 hours. Verdant eggs can hatch:

  • Flopie
  • Caprity
  • Cinnamoth
  • Beegarde
  • Bristla
  • Gumoss
  • Lifmunk
  • Broncherry
  • Dinossom
  • Elizabee
  • Verdash
  • Vaelet
  • Mammorest

Also see: Palworld Ore Farm Locations, Uses & Benefits

How to Find Eggs in Palworld

Pal eggs spawn randomly at set locations around the open world. You can find eggs nestled in tree hollows, tucked between rocks, on cliffsides, and other environment-appropriate hideaways. The spawn points remain the same, but the egg type changes periodically.

Using an interactive map can help you locate the hundreds of egg spawn points scattered across the biomes. Focus your search efforts on areas associated with each elemental egg type, and revisit spawn points often to have the best chance of finding rare egg varieties.

You may also obtain eggs through breeding Pals at the Breeding Farm once it’s unlocked at level 19. Pair up male and female Pals, feed them a cake, and they can produce an egg matching their element.

Eggs come in three sizes with different hatch times:

  • Normal: Medium-sized, 4-6 hour hatch
  • Large: Big egg, 8-10 hour hatch
  • Giant: Massive egg, 10-12 hour hatch

The egg size doesn’t necessarily determine the rarity of the Pal inside – even familiar Pals can come from huge eggs. But it does impact the time you’ll need to incubate it.

Hatching Eggs in Palworld

To hatch eggs in Palworld, you’ll need to craft an Egg Incubator to provide the ideal environment for incubation.

Unlocking the Egg Incubator

First, you need to unlock the recipe for the Egg Incubator by:

  • Reaching Level 7
  • Obtaining an Ancient Technology Point

Ancient Technology Points are awarded for completing certain milestones indicated by notification banners upon login.

Once unlocked, you can open the Handbook and go to the Crafting section to find the Egg Incubator recipe.

Crafting Materials Needed

To craft an Egg Incubator, you’ll need:

  • 10 Paldium Fragments
  • 5 Cloth
  • 30 Stone
  • 2 Ancient Civilization Parts

Paldium Fragments and Ancient Civilization Parts come from mining mineral outcrops and ancient gadgets around the world—mine with a Pal Pickaxe or Ancient Pickaxe.

Incubating and Hatching the Egg

Once you’ve crafted an incubator, interact with it in your inventory to place an egg inside. A timer will show the real-world incubation time required before the egg hatches.

The incubation time ranges from 4 hours for ordinary eggs to 12 hours for huge eggs. Elemental egg types also impact the time.

You can speed up the hatch rate by:

  • Placing the incubator near heat sources like lava or flames
  • Having a Pal with the Warming Ability in your party to regulate temperatures
  • Using items like the Pal Egg Warmer obtained through redeeming codes

Interact with the incubator again once the timer hits zero, and you’ll receive a notification that the egg is hatching. This will produce a random Pal associated with that egg type.

You can then name your new Pal, which will be added to your Paldex. Remove the eggshell left behind in the incubator to free it up for the next egg!

Hatching and Raising Pals

Finding and incubating Pal eggs is an exciting way to expand your Pal collection in Palworld. Pay attention to the size, element, location found, and incubation time for clues about what may hatch. But part of the fun is the randomness and unpredictability!

Once hatched, you can build strong bonds with your Pals by feeding, housing, equipping, and adventuring. Discover each Pal’s unique traits as you progress together. With hundreds of Pals to collect, there are always more eggs to hunt down!

Happy hatching!

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