How to Tame and Ride a Grasshopper in Smalland – Fast Way to Travel

How to Tame and Ride a Grasshopper in Smalland – Fast Way to Travel

Smalland has many insects and bugs that you can tame and use, but there are options like the Grasshopper which is one of the quickest rides you can get when traveling on the vast landscape of the game. This guide will show you how to tame and ride a Grasshopper in Smalland and use it as your main way of traveling.

How to Tame and Ride a Grasshopper in Smalland

As you can already guess, the Grasshopper in Smalland will require you to first tame it before it can be your trusty companion and take you places. Taming requires you to craft the insect’s favorite thing: the Grasshopper Treat.

The Grasshopper Treat is a little recipe of ingredients that make up the treat for the insect. The recipe for the Grasshopper Treat requires the following ingredients:

  • 3 Insect Eggs
  • 1 Petal
  • 2 Seed Oil

When you have all the ingredients, you can craft the treat at the Cauldron. If you have more ingredients, you can make a couple more treats as this will guarantee that you have enough to tame a Grasshopper. This is because the Grasshopper will not be easy to tame and will require you to hit it until at least half of its health has been taken out.

When a Grasshopper has less than 50% of its health, the game will then allow you to tame the insect. This process is where your crafted Grasshopper Treat is fed to the insect, allowing it to bond with you.

That’s all there is to tame the Grasshopper, as it will always be available to you now that it has trusted you. You are free to use the insect and ride it wherever you want to go on the map. A tamed insect can be mounted, ordered to stay in a place, or it can also be released if you wish to free it.

That’s how you can tame a Grasshopper in Smalland. Post your comments below.

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About the Author: Salik Shah

An ardent lover for first-person shooter games, Salik has been part of GamesHedge all through its journey. His love for competitive gaming started with Counter-Strike and Call of Duty, and now can be seen lurking in Valorant and Rainbow Six: Siege.

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