How to make Money Guide – Best ways to farm Gald in Tales of Arise

Here's how to farm money or gald in Tales of Arise.

To farm money in Tales of Arise, you will need to complete side quests as these quests will often reward 500 gald per quest.

You can complete side quests by finding their mail icons on the mini-map or by viewing the map location list.

If a location has a quest for you to complete, it will have a mail icon next to it. Go to the location and accept and complete the quest to get a small amount of money each time.

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You can also earn both SP and XP from completing side missions, so it's always recommended to spend some time doing so when you reach a new area.

The next way to farm gald, which is the money in Tales of Arise, if you didn't know, is to farm and sell items earned from monsters.

There are tons of monsters and enemies, so you can effectively farm them to later sell the items they drop each time.

Combine this with the recipes that increase item drops, and you got yourself a decent farming method, especially if you go after powerful enemies.

This method will also work to help you gain SP and XP to raise your character's level and unlock new abilities to use in combat.

Best Gald Farming Location in Tales of Arise

One of the best locations to farm glad is during the quest that takes you to the Riville Prison Tower. Inside this area are a ton of Renan soldiers and each variant drops a dog tag of some sort. You can sell these dog tags for a lot of glad back at merchants so it's highly recommended to spend a few moments just killing and clearing all areas of the prison.

Once you clear all areas of the prison, fast travel to the first floor of the prison and repeat your killing frenzy, and clear all rooms again. Doing so will allow you to farm the dog tags and sell them for tons of money or gald back at a merchant or blacksmith.

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