Where to find Ladybugs in Grounded

Here's where to find Ladybugs in Grounded!

If you are trying to find ladybugs in Grounded, the best places to look would be the following locations in the game.

  • Oak Tree
  • Oak Lab
  • Underneath flowers
  • Mysterious Machine

Overall, if you want to find ladybugs, we highly recommend trying the area around the mysterious machine first and then searching around the big oak tree on the map. In these two regions, ladybugs seem to spawn the most common around, so it's always good to look before searching a different area.

You can also tell when you see a ladybug by the red and black spots on the bug's body, if you see this, it's probably a ladybug. That said, before you attack it, we highly recommend bringing a bow or focus on its back with a good melee weapon like a spear or axe. 

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Having a good armor set, such as the clover armor, would also be a good idea, and packing a few health items to heal up in case need them would be as well. For health items, we suggest bringing at least bandages, as they are relatively easy to make with just one fiber in the game.

That being said, once you have a weapon, good armor, and some health items, you will be good to go to face ladybugs in Grounded, and when you kill them, you will be able to make ladybug armor in the game. 

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