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Bloodstained Dragon Eggs Location | Which enemies drop dragon eggs in Ritual of the Night?

The hunt for rare eggs isn’t limited to Easter. In Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night, there are a variety of culinary uses for dragon eggs and yet they are seemingly difficult to obtain. There are a few places where you can get the items, but some will prove easier than others.

Will Dominique sell you dragon eggs? Sometimes. What if she doesn’t have them in stock? Fear not! There are a variety of ways to farm for the precious eggs without necessarily having to kill a How To Train Your Dragon-sized squad of firebreathers. We’ll give you the details on how to get your hands on some sweet, sweet dragon eggs in Bloodstained.

How to find dragon eggs in Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night

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Sometimes Dominique, the lady found in Arvantville who is happy to buy your items, will sell dragon eggs for 500 gold apiece. This is one of the easiest ways to get the eggs, though not the most reliable as Dominique doesn’t always have them available. Under circumstances where she doesn’t have them, there are a few routes you can take to try to get the eggs.

Which enemies drop dragon eggs in Bloodstained Ritual of the Night?

Dragons eggs drop from regular dragons at a rate of about 5%. Having full luck build can help you with the grind. However, if you’re up for a tougher battle with a higher drop rate, aim to slay Abyssal Guardians. They drop dragon eggs at a rate of 10%, often two at a time.

If you’re weary of grinding enemies to get items, a more peaceful way of going after dragon eggs is to dismantle some food. One sidequest reward is prepared chocolate cake. Should you dismantle the cake, you’ll get the dragon egg it was cooked with. The same concept applies to scrambled eggs and other recipes that call for dragon eggs. One disadvantage of this method is that order to dismantle the food, you’ll need a healthy supply of Alkahest.

How to get Alkahest in Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night

Dominique is once again your easiest bet. She has a seemingly unlimited supply of Alkahest, but it comes at a hefty price of 800 gold. You can alternatively farm demons and hope for drops. It doesn’t appear at a high rate, but farming ghosts and ethereal beings may be your best choice for pulling in Alkahest. Once you have some, go talk to Johannes. He can be found opposite Dominique in Arvantville. He’ll help you dismantle food to get the eggs into your hands. Dismantling food (and weapons and armor, for that matter) is a reliable way of obtaining new crafting components when you need them.

And there you have it! Best of luck farming your Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night dragon eggs.