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Core Keeper Biomes List: All Enemies, Unique Loot & more

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Each of the six main Core Keeper biomes holds unique enemies, items, and activities to explore along your travels. Understanding these locations can help players gather important resources and find the right enemies to make progress throughout the game. With that, let's go through all of the Core Keeper biomes and their unique enemies, loot, and more.

All Core Keeper Biomes (Loot, Enemies, & More)

Core Keeper biome Like other survival games, knowing what to expect in the biomes in Core Keeper can help you become a better, if not the best character in the game. So, keep reading, as we talk about these locations in greater detail below.

The Dirt Biome

The Dirt biome serves as the entry point for beginners. You’ll start in this area, and the location and its environment should teach you the game’s mechanics.
Enemies
  • Orange Slime
  • Red Slime
  • Shrooman
  • Glurch the Abominous Mass
Unique Items
  • Wood Root
  • Dirt Wall
  • Dirt Ground
  • Sand Wall
  • Sand Ground
  • Turf Wall
  • Turf Ground
  • Fungal Soil
  • Ground Slime
  • Copper Ore
  • Wooden Crate
  • Large Wooden Crate
  • Mushroom
  • Glow Tulip
  • Heart Berry
  • Bomb Pepper
  • Ruins Arc
  • Ruins Gate
  • Ruins Pillars
  • Ruins Tile
  • Ancient Chest
  • Giant Mushroom (2)
  • Mysterious Doll Set (1)
Dug Items
  • Heart Berry Seed
  • Bomb Pepper Seed
  • Caveling Skull
  • Leaf Fossil
  • Geode
  • Old Amulet
  • Bone Creole
  • Twisted Agate
  • Triangle Trinket
  • Ammonite
  • Broken Core Idol
  • Peasant Hat
  • Peasant Chest
  • Heart Berry Necklace
  • Oracle Card "Aura"
Fished Items
  • Orange Cave Guppy
  • Blue Cave Guppy
  • Rock Jaw
  • Gem Crab
  • Green Kelp
  • Scrap Parts
  • Copper Ore
  • Fiber
  • Wood
  • Rusty Spoon
  • Amber Fish Egg
  • Cave Guppy Necklace
  • Scuba Fins
  • Golden Starfish
  • Copper Key
  • Locked Copper Chest

The Clay Caves Biome

Progress through the Dirt biome, and you may eventually arrive at the Clay Caves. Despite their similar appearances, the Clay Caves have tougher clay walls than those in the Dirt biome. Enemies are also more difficult than in the beginner area.
Enemies
  • Orange Slime
  • Red Slime
  • Larva
  • Big Larva
  • Cocoon
  • Caveling Skirmisher
  • Caveling Spearman
  • Ghorm the Devourer
  • Hive Larva
  • Big Hive Larva
  • Acid Larva
  • The Hive Mother
  • Larva Hive Egg
Unique Items
  • Clay Wall
  • Clay Ground
  • Sand Wall
  • Sand Ground
  • Clay Moss
  • Chrysalis
  • Ground Slime
  • Tin Ore
  • Gold Ore
  • Copper Ore Boulder
  • Tin Ore Boulder
  • Gold Ore Boulder
  • Wooden Crate
  • Large Wooden Crate
  • Wood Root
  • Mushroom
  • Glow Tulip
  • Heart Berry
  • Bomb Pepper
  • Grub Kapok Plant
  • Locked Copper Chest
  • Larva Hive Wall
  • Larva Hive Ground
  • Chrysalis
  • Hive Spike Trap
  • Ground Acid Slime
  • Hive Growth
  • Large Hive Growth
  • Larva Hive Chest
Dug Items
  • Heart Berry Seed
  • Bomb Pepper Seed
  • Caveling Skull
  • Leaf Fossil
  • Geode
  • Old Amulet
  • Bone Creole
  • Twisted Agate
  • Triangle Trinket
  • Ammonite
  • Broken Core Idol
  • Peasant Hat
  • Peasant Chest
  • Heart Berry Necklace
  • Oracle Card "Aura"
Fished Items
  • Yellow Blister Head
  • Green Blister Head
  • Devil Worm
  • Vampire Eel
  • Yellow Kelp
  • Scrap Parts
  • Tin Ore
  • Fiber
  • Wood
  • Mucus Amoeba
  • Parasite Fossil
  • Rusted Ring
  • Neptune Necklace
  • Golden Cocoon
  • Grub Pearl
  • Iron Key
  • Locked Iron Chest

The Forgotten Ruins Biome

If you don’t wind up in the Clay Caves after exiting the Dirt biome, it’s likely you’re in the Forgotten Ruins. You must have at least a tin pickaxe when you reach this biome. Otherwise, you won’t progress far.
Enemies
  • Caveling
  • Caveling Shaman
  • Caveling Brute
  • Malugaz the Corrupted
Unique Items
  • Stone Wall
  • Stone Ground
  • Iron Ore
  • Gold Ore
  • Stone Moss
  • Caveling Pot
  • Ancient Crate
  • Large Ancient Crate
  • Rail
  • Minecart
  • Broken Stone Pillar
  • Caveling Table
  • Caveling Chair
  • Caveling Toilet
  • Caveling Bed
  • Water Well
  • Caveling throne
Dug Items
  • Heart Berry Seed
  • Bomb Pepper Seed
  • Caveling Skull
  • Leaf Fossil
  • Geode
  • Old Amulet
  • Bone Creole
  • Twisted Agate
  • Triangle Trinket
  • Ammonite
  • Broken Core Idol
  • Peasant Hat
  • Peasant Chest
  • Heart Berry Necklace
  • Oracle Card "Aura"
Fished Items
  • Dagger Fin
  • Pink Palace Fish
  • Teal Palace Fish
  • Crown Squid
  • Grey Kelp
  • Scrap Parts
  • Iron Ore
  • Fiber
  • Gold Ore
  • Soft Sponge
  • Adder Stone
  • Caveling Perfume
  • Bubble Pearl Necklace
  • Goldfish Ring
  • Enhydro Crystal
  • Iron Key
  • Locked Iron Chest

Azeos' Wilderness Biome

Reach the outer layer of Core Keeper’s map to arrive at Azeos’ Wilderness. Here, players can upgrade their characters after fighting and defeating Glurch the Abominous Mass, Ghorm the Devourer, and The Hive Mother.
Enemies
  • Caveling Gardener
  • Snare Plant
  • Caveling Hunter
  • Poison Slime
  • Hive Larva (Gardener House)
  • Big Hive Larva (Gardener House)
  • Infected Caveling
  • Mold Tentacle
  • Azeos the Sky Titan
  • Ivy the Poisonous Mass
Unique Items
  • Grass Wall
  • Grass Ground
  • Lush Moss
  • Scarlet Ore
  • Scarlet Ore Boulder
  • Bush
  • Tall Grass
  • Lush Tree
  • Bloat Oat
  • Bloat Oat Seed
  • Ancient Feather
  • Overgrown Wooden Crate
  • Large Overgrown Wooden Crate
  • Flower Vessel
  • Large Flower Vessel
Dug Items
  • Old Spore Mask
  • Hard Thorn
  • Balloon Spore
  • Golden Feather
  • Mechanical Arm
  • Dry Butterfly
  • Amber Chunk
  • Petrified Coral
  • Stone Cap
  • Root Seed
  • Glow Tulip Seed
  • Ocarina
Fished Items
  • Azure Feather Fish
  • Emerald Feather Fish
  • Spirit Veil
  • Astral Jelly
  • Red Kelp
  • Scrap Parts
  • Scarlet Ore
  • Fiber
  • Gold Ore
  • Lost Paddle
  • Feather Fish Scale
  • Caveling Medal
  • Rainbow Kelp
  • Sea Foam Ring
  • Scarlet Key
  • Locked Scarlet Chest

The Sunken Sea Biome

Boats are necessary in the Sunken Sea biome. Hidden behind the Great Wall, this location has various “islands” that come with beaches and are connected to bodies of water.
Enemies
  • Tentacle
  • Blue Slime
  • Bubble Crab
  • Core Sentry
  • Caveling Scholar
  • Omoroth the Sea Titan
  • Morpha the Aquatic Mass
Unique Items
  • Beach Sand Ground
  • Limestone Wall
  • Coral Wood
  • Sea shell
  • Pewpaya
  • Pinegrapple
  • Driftwood Wooden Crate
  • Large Driftwood Wooden Crate
  • Beached Jelly
  • Large Beached Jelly
  • Land Kelp
  • Tall Land Kelp
  • Kelp Tree
  • Ground Slippery Slime
  • Octarine Ore
  • Octarine Bar
  • Octarine Ore Boulder
  • Seashell Chest
  • Fishing Net Rack
  • Wooden Sign "Core"
  • Wooden Sign "Tulip"
  • Tentacle Whip
  • Bubble Gun
  • Slippery Slime Sword
  • Scholar's Staff
Dug Items
  • Coral Wood
  • Octarine Ore
  • Fish Fossil
  • Petrified Trilobite
  • Rusty Fishing Hook
  • Forked Coral
  • Shark Tooth
  • Gold Bar
  • Fizzy Crystal
  • Sealed Beverage
  • Bubble Pearl
  • Black Bubble Pearl
Fished Items
  • Bottom Tracer
  • Silver Dart
  • Golden Dart
  • Pink Coralotl
  • White Coralotl
  • Blue Kelp
  • Scrap Parts
  • Octarine Ore
  • Fiber
  • Gold Ore
  • Giant Squid Eye
  • Golden Needle
  • Polished Shell
  • Opabinia Fossil
  • Golden Jellyfish
  • Diving Helm
  • Octarine Key
  • Locked Octarine Chest

The Desert Of Beginnings Biome

Introduced in version 0.5.0.0-9b96, players can only access the Desert of Beginnings biome after unlocking the core. Exploring a maze-like environment in this Core Keeper biome can lead to a shrine and a boss fight with Ra-Akar the Sand Titan.
Enemies
  • Caveling Assassin
  • Bomb Scarab
  • Ra-Akar the Sand Titan
Unique Items
  • Sandstone Wall
  • Desert Sand Ground
  • Galaxite Ore
  • Galaxite Ore Boulder
  • Plume Tree
  • Valley Moss
  • Scarab Wingcover
  • Desert Shrub
  • Small Desert Rock
  • Desert Rock
  • Large Left-Facing Rock Arc
  • Large Right-Facing Rock Arc
  • Giant Left-Facing Rock Arc
  • Giant Right-Facing Rock Arc
  • Desert Flower Vessel
  • Large Desert Flower Vessel
  • Oasis Flower Vessel
  • Large Oasis Flower Vessel
  • Temple Pillar
  • Temple Crate
  • Large Temple Crate
  • Angled Glyph Wall
  • Large Temple Decor Rug
  • Raided Grave
  • Damaged Grave
  • Raided Grave
  • Servant Grave
  • Tilted Grave
  • Locked Galaxite Chest
  • Lava Rock Ground
  • Lava Rock Wall
  • Lava Rock
  • Coal Pit
  • Old Smithing Bellow
  • Broken Quarry Timber
  • Large Quarry Timber
  • Old Wheelbarrow
  • Metal Grate
  • Smoldering Chest
  • Charred Crate
Dug Items
  • Wood
  • Galaxite Ore
  • Early Human Skull
  • Blue Glass Shard
  • Caveling Sandal
  • Crystal Spearhead
  • Desert Diamond
  • Black Desert Diamond
  • Bone Necklace
  • Bone Ring
  • Oracle Card "Radiance"
  • Prehistoric Crystal Spear
  • Charred Caveling Skull
  • Worker Handcuff
  • Pickaxe Head
  • Black Necklace
  • Flame Ring
  • Black Ring
  • Miner's Labour Suit
  • Miner's Worker Pants
  • Recall Idol
  • Galaxite Key
Fished Items
  • Solid Spikeback
  • Sandy Spikeback
  • Brown Dune Tail
  • Grey Dune Tail
  • Tornis Kingfish
  • Flesh Kelp
  • Galaxite Ore
  • Scrap Parts
  • Fiber
  • Gold Ore
  • Ancient Fishing Hook
  • Broken Gourd
  • Broken Toy Ship
  • Kingfish Scale
  • Noble Ring
  • Double Ring
  • Oracle Card "Temperance"
  • Galaxite Key
  • Locked Galaxite Chest
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