Even more advanced materials will be needed as you complete the various missions in V Rising. At some point, early-game resources will no longer suffice. Whether you’re expanding your castle or upgrading your weapons, you’ll soon run out of resources. With cloth, you’re likely to be crafting higher-quality equipment at some point during your playthrough. To create armor with a higher gear rating, you’ll need this ingredient.
The Dunley Farmlands in the north are a good place to find cloth, but you can also learn to make your own. You don’t have to rely on RNG to get the materials you need in the wild, thanks to this. If you don’t want to make your own cloth, this guide will show you where to find it and how to make it.
How to Get Cloth in V Rising?
The Loom is the station you’ll need if you want to make cloth. Similar to other stations, the Loom has a blueprint that can only be unlocked after completing the game’s final boss. Known in the game as Beatrice the Tailor, this boss can be found in Dawnbreak Village with a recommended level of 38. The Hallowed Mountains lie to the west of this interesting location on the map’s eastern side. V-rising-map.com has provided a screenshot of the map that shows exactly where Beatrice is located.
Once you’ve defeated Beatrice, the Loom’s blueprint will become available to you. To build this station, you’ll need 20 planks, 12 copper ingots, and four wool thread. Take advantage of the farmlands near Beatrice’s location by acquiring some wool thread. Wool thread is commonly found in farm buildings and chests.
So, before leaving the village of Beatrice, be sure to gather some wool thread so that when you return to your base, the Loom will be ready for your use.
Grab at least nine plant fiber and three leather and store them in your inventory once the Loom is completed. The Loom requires this amount of both materials to make cloth. Loom in both materials and wait for the station to produce cloth.
You can go back to the farms near Beatrice the Tailor if you want to try your hand at stealing cloth in the real world.
These farms are littered with cloth, either in chests or boxes that can be destroyed. However, the Loom remains the most efficient method of acquiring cloth.
You can make better gear to take on more bosses in V Rising if you have enough cloth.
Well, that’s all we have here about how you can get cloth in V Rising. We hope this guide helped you. If you liked this, make sure to check out how to get stone brick and stone dust, and get leather in V Rising.