Stardew Valley: All Monster Loot And Where To Get It

There are technically only five «Monster Loot» items, but those monsters drop so much more than just that.

Stardew Valley: All Monster Loot And Where To Get It

You’ve got a ton of resources you’ll need to gather as you play through Stardew Valley, but it’s a bit confusing to note that only five of the items that drop when you slay monsters in the mines, Skull Cavern, Volcano Dungeon, or even on your farm count toward the “Monster Loot” category of items.

Even outside those central five items, the monsters you slay in Stardew Valley drop dozens of different types of loot, some of it vastly more valuable than others. In our guide, we’ve pinned down exactly where you can find all Monster Loot in Stardew Valley.

Monsters Drop Loot And Resources When Slain

Stardew Valley: All Monster Loot And Where To Get It

As you progress through building up the Combat skill in Stardew Valley and begin encountering new monsters, you'll soon find yourself with a true wealth of monster loot. These are items dropped by specific monsters when you take them out in any of the game's dungeons (or on your own farm, if you so choose).

These monsters will primarily be encountered within the mines in the mountain area of Pelican Town in Stardew Valley proper, Skull Cavern once you've unlocked it over in the Calico Desert, within the Volcano Dungeon after you've reached Ginger Island, or even on your very own farm, if you've chosen the right farm map.

You'll likely have enough monster loot on hand after a regular run through one of the dungeons listed above, as long as you've brought your best weapons and prepared a few meals to keep you in good shape. Be sure to hold onto at least some of the monster loot you collect, as it's often used in pretty niche recipes and can be frustrating to try to find again later on.

Stardew Valley: All Monster Loot And Where To Get It

You can always trawl back through the dungeons looking for it, but having some on-hand can save you an entire day's worth of venturing and fighting. We always keep some in a chest on our farm — you never know when you might need it, or for what.

All monsters drop different kinds of loot, and while there are only five recognized "Monster Loot" items in Stardew Valley, you'll find yourself with a backpack full of monster drops after a day in a dungeon, both regular Monster Loot and plenty of other assorted resources and goods.

Rings That Help Collect Monster Loot

Outside the rings that outright improve your Combat abilities when you're crawling through a dungeon, there are a few rings that help you collect more monster loot.

Stardew Valley: All Monster Loot And Where To Get It

They are:

  • The Burglar Ring requires you to kill 500 Dust Sprites before you can buy it from the Adventurer's Guild (for 20,000g), which makes monsters drop twice as much loot as normal.
  • The Napalm Ring causes your slain enemies to explode, helping to destroy rocks around it to help your mining efforts.
  • The Thorns Ring causes monsters to take damage when they hit you, which aids in you taking them out even faster.

Experiment with different ring combinations when you go out to fight monsters and find what works best for you!

All Monster Drops

Stardew Valley: All Monster Loot And Where To Get It

In the tables below, we've kept track of every monster in Stardew Valley, as well as the items they're most likely to drop when you take them out. We've broken everything down by where you encounter these monsters while playing Stardew Valley to help you prepare.

Plenty of monsters technically have a chance to drop some pretty rare loot like artifacts , gemstones , or Prismatic Shards , but anything programmed into the game with less than a two percent chance to drop has been omitted for sake of brevity.

Additionally, craftable items you can make, like bombs or elixirs, have also been left out to highlight more exclusive monster drops.

Stardew Valley: All Monster Loot And Where To Get It

Pelican Town Mine Monsters

Loot

Monster(s)

Spawn On Floors

Monster Loot

Bat Wing

Bat

30-39

Frost Bat

40-79

Lava Bat

80-119

Bone Fragment

Skeleton

40-79

Bug Meat

Bug

2-39

Cave Fly

2-29

Grub

Slime

Green Slime

All

Blue Slime

40-79

Red Slime

80-119

Solar Essence

Ghost

40-79

Metal Head

80-119

Squid Kid

Void Essence

Shadow Brute

Shadow Shaman

Mining Resources

Coal

Stone Golem

30-39

Metal Head

80-119

Shadow Brute

Shadow Shaman

Copper Ore

Metal Head

Copper Bar

Shadow Shaman

Shadow Brute

Earth Crystal

Duggy

2-29

Ectoplasm *

Ghost

40-79

Frozen Tear

Dust Sprite

Geode

Duggy

2-29

Gold Ore

Ghost

40-79

Iron Bar

Shadow Brute

80-119

Shadow Shaman

Iron Ore

Stone Golem

30-39

Metal Head

80-119

Quartz

Stone Golem

30-39

Refined Quartz

Ghost

40-79

Stone

Stone Golem

30-39

Assorted Other Drops

Crab

Rock Crab

2-29

Lava Crab

80-119

Ghostfish

Ghost

40-79

Rice Shoot

Grub

2-29

Strange Bun

Shadow Brute

80-119

Squid Ink

Squid Kid

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* Ectoplasm can only be collected from Ghosts when "A Curious Substance," a quest from The Wizard on the Special Orders Board.

Stardew Valley: All Monster Loot And Where To Get It

Skull Cavern Monsters

Loot

Monster(s)

Bug Meat

Armored Bug

Bug Steak

Dinosaur Egg

Pepper Rex

Slime

Purple Slime

Solar Essence

Ghost

Iridium Bat

Mummy

Void Essence

Serpent

Mining Resources

Coal

Purple Slime

Ectoplasm *

Ghost

Iridium Ore

Iridium Bat

Iridium Crab

Purple Slime

Refined Quartz

Ghost

Assorted Other Drops

Battery Pack

Iridium Bat

Cloth

Mummy

Crab Cakes

Iridium Crab

Miner's Treat

Mummy

Prehistoric Rib

Prehistoric Tibia

Prehistoric Vertebra

Pepper Rex

Spicy Eel

Serpent

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For more information on the enemies here, check out our guide to Skull Cavern.

Stardew Valley: All Monster Loot And Where To Get It

Volcano Dungeon Monsters

Loot

Monster(s)

Bone Fragment

Lava Lurk

Cinder Shard

False Magma Cap

Magma Duggy

Magma Sparkler

Magma Sprite

Coal

Hot Head

Copper Ore

Dragon Tooth

Lava Lurk

Ginger

Tiger Slime

Iron Ore

Hot Head

Magma Cap

False Magma Cap

Pineapple Seeds

Hot Head

Slime

Tiger Slime

Solar Essence

Hot Head

Taro Tuber

Tiger Slime

White Algae

For all other Volcano Dungeon monster drops, check out our guide on the dungeon itself .

Stardew Valley: All Monster Loot And Where To Get It

All Remaining Monsters (And Where To Find Them)

Monster

Loot

Location

Blue Squid

Gold Bar

Solar Essence

Squid Ink

Dangerous Mines

Mutant Grub

Algae Soup

Bug Meat

The Mutant Bug Lair

Just be aware that monster loot is either universally disliked or universally hated when given as a gift, so be careful! There are a few exceptions , but it's best to avoid them outright where possible.

Where Else To Get Monster Loot

Stardew Valley: All Monster Loot And Where To Get It

If you're not really one for fighting, though, you can occasionally find the Monster Loot you need at one of several vendors in Stardew Valley.

All Other Monster Loot Locations

Storefronts

Shop

Stocks

Price (each)

When

Krobus

Solar Essence (10)

80g

Daily

Void Essence (10)

100g

Slime (50)

10g

Mondays

Bat Wing (10)

30g

Sundays

The Traveling Cart

Bat Wing

Between 100g and 1,000g

Varied *

Bug Meat

Slime

Solar Essence

Void Essence

Natural Resources

Item

Loot

How to Get

Where

Artifact Spots

Bone Fragment

Dig up Artifact Spots with a Hoe

Varied

The Dig Site on Ginger Island

Break Bone Nodes

* The Traveling Merchant never brings a fixed set of items when the Traveling Cart visits on Fridays, Sundays, and during the Night Market, making this an unreliable source for Monster Loot but a helpful one should it show up when you're in need, even if her prices are a bit high for them.

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