Slime Rancher 2: All Slime Types and Locations

Slime Rancher 2

Welcome to the slimy world of Slime Rancher 2 where you play as Beatrix LeBeau who finds herself on Rainbow Island where there are tons and tons of unknowns and as she makes her way through this colorful yet intimidating world.

During her exploration, she finds an unusual love for slimes and she builds a Slime Ranch because there are just so many types of slimes it can be a very confusing experience if you jump straight in without prior knowledge. That is why we bring you this guide that tries to explain all the different types of Slimes found in Slime Rancher 2 along with their locations.

All Slime Types and Locations in Slime Rancher 2

Slime Rancher 2

Once you start exploring the vast world of Slime Rancher 2, you will come across tons of different slimes, varying in shapes, sizes, colors, and other attributes. Running a ranch full of slimes isn’t going to be a cakewalk. You have to know basically everything about the slimes you care for.

To help you smoothly run the ranch, below we have mentioned every slime type along with all the other necessary information that you could need to better understand the slimes and how to treat them properly.

There are four categories of slime in Slime Rancher 2.

  • Docile Slimes
  • Harmful Slimes
  • Special Slimes
  • Hostile Slimes

Let’s talk about the behavior of slimes belonging to these categories along with some other necessary information about different slimes. And we also have a Slime tier list where we have discussed each slime along with their pros and cons.

Docile Slimes

Docile Slimes are the cutest and the calmest slime out of the bunch and the main reason for their cuteness is their non-hostile behavior toward Beatrix. The only case when they are hostile is when they become Feral.

A Slime becomes Feral when it consumes Plort that is not of its type and this is the only case when a Docile Slime will attack you or the other slimes. Below we have mentioned information about all of the Docile Slimes in Slime Rancher 2.

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Pink Slime

Pink Slime
Pink Slime
  • Diet: Fruit, Veggies, Meat
  • Favorite Food: None
  • Favorite Toy: Beach Ball
  • Location: Everywhere
  • Extra Care Requirement: None
  • Rarity: Common

Tabby Slime

Tabby Slime
Tabby Slime
  • Diet: Meat
  • Favorite Food: Stony Hen
  • Favorite Toy: Yarn Ball
  • Location: Rainbow Fileds
  • Extra Care Requirement: None
  • Rarity: Common

Phosphor Slime

Phosphor Slime
Phosphor Slime
  • Diet: Fruit
  • Favorite Food: Cuberry
  • Favorite Toy: Night Light
  • Location: Everywhere (Night Time Only)
  • Extra Care Requirement: Solar Shield, Air Net
  • Rarity: Common (Night Time Only)

Honey Slime

Honey Slime
Honey Slime
  • Diet: Fruit
  • Favorite Food: Mint Mango
  • Favorite Toy: Buzzy Bee
  • Location: Starlight Strand
  • Extra Care Requirement: None
  • Rarity: Uncommon

Puddle Slime

Puddle Slime
Puddle Slime
  • Diet: Water
  • Favorite Food: None
  • Favorite Toy: Rubber Ducky
  • Location: Ember Valley (Inside Water)
  • Extra Care Requirement: Pond/4 Puddle Slime Per Enclosure
  • Rarity: Uncommon

Cotton Slime

Cotton Slime
Cotton Slime
  • Diet: Veggies
  • Favorite Food: Water Lettuce
  • Favorite Toy: To Be Announced
  • Location: Rainbow Field
  • Extra Care Requirement: High Walls
  • Rarity: Common

Flutter Slime

Flutter Slime
Flutter Slime
  • Diet: Nectar
  • Favorite Food: Moondew Nectar
  • Favorite Toy: To Be Announced
  • Location: Starlight Strand
  • Extra Care Requirement: Air Net
  • Rarity: Uncommon

Batty Slime

Batty Slime
Batty Slime
  • Diet: Fruit
  • Favorite Food: Pomegranate
  • Favorite Toy: To Be Announced
  • Location: Vases/Caves in Ember Valley (Night Time Only)
  • Extra Care Requirement: Solar Shield, Air Net
  • Rarity: Rare

Angler Slime

Angler Slime
Angler Slime
  • Diet: Meat
  • Favorite Food: Sea Hen
  • Favorite Toy: To Be Announced
  • Location: Ember Valley
  • Extra Care Requirement: To Be Announced
  • Rarity: Uncommon

RingTail Slime

Ringtail Slime
Ringtail Slime
  • Diet: Omnivore (Eats Everything)
  • Favorite Food: None
  • Favorite Toy: To Be Announced
  • Location: Ember Valley, Starlight Strand (Night Time Only)
  • Extra Care Requirement: Solar Shield (Will Turn to Stone if exposed to sunlight)
  • Rarity: Rare

Hunter Slime

Hunter Slime
Hunter Slime
  • Diet: Meat
  • Favorite Food: Roostro
  • Favorite Toy: Stuffed Chicken
  • Location: Starlight Strand
  • Extra Care Requirement: None
  • Rarity: Rare

Harmful Slimes

As evident from the name, Harmful Slimes have a tendency to attack you if you approach them or if you are in their proximity. It doesn’t matter if they are Feral or not because in general they have a hostile nature.

Becoming Feral will only add to their harmful nature so it is best to approach with caution whenever you see a slime from this category. A few Harmful Slimes are mentioned below along with necessary information.

Rock Slime

Rock Slime
Rock Slime
  • Diet: Veggies
  • Favorite Food: Heart Beet
  • Favorite Toy: Big Rock
  • Location: Starlight Strand, Ember Valley
  • Extra Care Requirement: None
  • Rarity: Common

Boom Slime

Boom Slimes
Boom Slimes
  • Diet: Meat
  • Favorite Food: Briar Hen
  • Favorite Toy: Boom Ball
  • Location: Ember Valley Caves
  • Extra Care Requirement: Air Net, Music Box
  • Rarity: Rare

Crystal Slime

Crystal Slime
Crystal Slime
  • Diet: Veggies
  • Favorite Food: Odd Onion
  • Favorite Toy: Crystal Ball
  • Location: Ember Valley Caves
  • Extra Care Requirement: Intermediate
  • Rarity: Uncommon

Fire Slime

Fire Slime
Fire Slime
  • Diet: Ash
  • Favorite Food: None
  • Favorite Toy: Charcol Brick
  • Location: Ember Valley Caves
  • Extra Care Requirement: Incinerator
  • Rarity: Rare

Special Slimes

These Slimes are different from all the slimes we have seen up to this point because they don’t belong to a certain category and each one is different from the others so that is why they are put into the Special Slime category.

Gold Slime

Gold Slime
Gold Slime
  • Diet: Exclusively Gilded Ginger
  • Favorite Food: Gilded Ginger
  • Favorite Toy: None
  • Location: Everywhere but with a very low spawn rate
  • Extra Care Requirement: None
  • Rarity: Very Rare

Lucky Slime

Lucky Slime
Lucky Slime
  • Diet: Meat
  • Favorite Food: To Be Announced
  • Favorite Toy: To Be Announced
  • Location: The Dry Reef, The Moos Blanket, Indigo Quarry
  • Extra Care Requirement: None
  • Rarity: Very Rare

Largos Slime

These are not some specific slime but any slime can become a Largos Slime if it eats a plort that is unlike its own. Every attribute of the Largos Slime depends on the source slime.

Gordos Slime

Every Slime in Slime Rancher 2 will have a Gordos version and they are just a gigantic version of the slime that is stationary and other than over-feeding them and making them burst, there is not much interaction possible.

The Tarr

The Tarr is an amplified form of The Largos Slime and everything is heightened if a slime reaches this form. The Tarr feeds on other slimes and will attack you when it sees you.

A Largos will turn into The Tarr if it consumes plort unlike its own.


Conclusion

If we were to conclude everything that we just discussed then we will come to know that Slime Rancher 2 is a treat for anyone who loves Pets Simulator but with an FPS twist and the variety of all the different kinds of slime just makes everything more fun and enjoyable.

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