How to Find Hunter Slime and Roostro in Slime Rancher 2

Nature is hiding many predators and these predators are on the hunt for their favorite food. Slime Ranger 2 has a somewhat similar creature that we all call Hunter Slime and this guide will cover everything about how you can find a Hunter Slime along with how to breed its favorite food, Roostro.

Slime Ranger 2 is a beautiful game and if anyone thinks that it hasn’t got any depth and attention to detail then they haven’t played the game. Hunter Slime is Slime Rancher 2’s version of a wild feline and in this guide, we will get to know more about it.

Slime Rancher 2 Hunter Slime Location

You might have seen all different kinds of slimes but have you seen a ninja slime? I don’t think so because if you had seen them, they aren’t a good ninja. All jokes aside, the slime we are talking about is none other than Hunter Slime.

Hunter Slime is another slime from the Feline Family and just like every other slime in this family, they are shy but trouble makers. Hunter Slimes are not easy to find and capture because most of the time they are not exactly visible.

Hunter Slimes have the ability to turn invisible as soon as they sense any danger but their invisibility is not perfect. Even in their cloaked state, their eyes can be seen and those bright yellow eyes are something that is going to be hard to miss even if you are not paying a lot of attention.

Related: Slime Rancher 2 Slime Tier List (All Types Ranked)

Hunter Slimes
Hunter Slime Visible/Invisible

Now that we know what we are looking for, let’s look at where to look for. Hunter Slimes are located in the Starlight Strand – The area where the Flutter Slimes are located. If you want to get there, you can check out our Flutter Slime Guide.

There are several locations in the Starlight Strand where these slimes are located and the few of them have been marked on the map below.

Starlight Strand in Slime Rancher 2
Location 1

This is the first spot where you have a chance to find some Hunter Slimes. Once you get there, use your jetpack to get to the giant circle in the rock and once you get past that, there is a very good chance that you will be able to find a few hunter slimes there.

area 1
Location 1

Although there are chances of you finding a Hunter Slime all over the island, but there is another spot where you should look before aimlessly wandering around the island. This spot has relatively lesser frequency of spawning a Hunter Slime but it surely can do so.

Starlight Strand in Slime Rancher 2
Location 2

These are all the spots with a high concentration of Hunter Slimes. Don’t get dishearted if you don’t find one. Just roam around and come back at a later time. Happy Hunting!

Related: Slime Rancher 2: All Slime Types and Locations

How to Get Roostro in Slime Rancher 2

Roostro is the male counterpart of the Chicken and it is required if you want to breed chickens on your ranch. Roostro is uncommon as compared to chicken so you should cherish it once you get your hands on one.

Roostro in Slime Rancher 2

There are several ways to get a Roostro in Slime Rancher 2 and the most obvious way is to find and catch one in the wild. Once you get it, bring it back to your ranch and place it in Coop alongside Hens.

Once a Roostro is in close proximity to a hen, it will start laying eggs and from those eggs, you will get Chickadoos. Any chickadoo has a chance of growing into a Roostro. Don’t keep more than 12 Chickens in a coop because then the hens won’t lay any eggs.

Roostro is the favorite food of the Hunter Slime and will double the plort yield. Because Roostros are hard to get a hold of, don’t feed all of your Roostros to the Hunter Slime and keep some for breeding.

If you want to read more be sure to check our other Slime Rancher 2 section for more tips and game walkthroughs. You can also check out the following guide to easily improve graphics and boost FPS in the game:

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Shavez Arif

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