A little known fact about Slimes in Stardew Valley is that you can actually raise them in the game; however, to start a Stardew Valley slime farm, you will need to first get a slime egg and learn how to hatch it.
How to hatch slime eggs in Stardew Valley
To hatch a slime egg in Stardew Valley, you will need to make a slime incubator; you can do this by unlocking the crafting recipe for it when you hit level eight in combat. After this, you can then make it with the following materials listed below.
- Two Iridium Bars
- 100 Slimes
Once made, you can then use it to hatch a Stardew Valley slime egg by placing it inside the incubator; after placing it inside, you will need to wait a total of three days for your slime to hatch. After that, thats everything you can do to hatch slime eggs, but if you are not sure how to get slime eggs, keep reading below.
How to get a slime egg in Stardew Valley
To get a slime egg, you will either need to get a Stardew Valley slime hutch or make a slime egg press; if you get a slime hutch, you will get one free slime egg when Marlon comes to visit you after buying the slime hutch. You can make a Stardew valley slime hutch with the following materials listed below.
- 500 Stone
- 10 Refined quartz
- One Iridium bar
Along with this, you will also get a free slime incubator placed inside the slime hutch; but to get more eggs, you will need to craft them with slime inside a slime egg press. That said, you can make a slime egg press with the following materials listed below.
- 25 Coal
- One Fire Quartz
- One Battery Pack
Once you got a slime egg press you can then use it to make slime eggs with 100 slime; you can get slime from the enemy slimes in the game that roam most levels in the mines.
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