All The Chemical Goo Sediment Has Been Farmed In Legends Of The Mara. Here's What You Need To Know:
The Goo is gone in Yuga Labs’ Legends of the Mara Otherside game as Voyagers and their Mara farmed every drop of sludge from the second rarest sediment.
On Thursday, Yuga Labs took to Twitter from its recently created gaming account and announced that all of season 1’s Chemical Goo fragments were farmed.
“Voyagers, all Chemical fragments have been farmed and are awaiting harvest for Season 1,” YugaLabsGaming tweeted. Oda assigned to farming on Chemical Goo Otherdeeds will not receive any new fragments for harvest.”
If you’re a LOTM farmer who did not get their fill out Chemical Goo fear not. Along with the tweet, Yuga Labs’ also shared a graphic that seemed to imply that farmers will have more opportunities to collect the sludge in future seasons.
“Global supply for Chemical Good Fragments has been depleted for season 1,” the graphic stated.
As Farmers set their sights on harvesting Rainbow Atmos, Infinite Expanse, and Cosmic Dream sediments for the rest of season 1, here are some things to keep in mind for farming in LOTM season 2:
when preparing to farm in next season think competition and budget. Due to the limited supply every season, there will be more competition for Biogenic Swamp than there is for Chemical Goo at the beginning. It might be a better idea to farm chemical goo at the start to yield more over time while others are focused on bio swamp. Next, Budget. Higher budgets can aim to compete for biogenic swamp fragments as it can get costly to stay competitive and efficient while mid-level budgets mayl find the best value farming chemical goo. Since those fragments are currently depleted, demand for those sediments’ naturally decreases. It’s a good idea to keep an eye on prices if planning to farm fragments in season two.
Environmental tier and sediment tier will also factor into cost strategy. Higher environmental tier will require more farmer Mara to be efficient with higher tier sediment yielding at a higher rate, but also having a higher floor price.
Always keep in mind, every Deed has three slots for Enchanters. These Oda apply buffs to sediment harvesters for greater efficiency.
The Bored Ape Gazette will continue to follow LOTM and will bring you more tips and tricks for season 2! Stay tuned for updates!