"Harvest Land" a Complete Guide to Finding and Using Amulets

Updated on May 15, 2020
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Amulets are used for different purposes when playing Harvest Land. Learning what the amulets are used for is almost as important as knowing where to find them.

Amulets are one of the highest demand items used during gameplay especially at lower levels when you are just getting started. Without amulets you won't be able to open up new lands, upgrade buildings and at higher levels they are required to produce many goods.

Complete List of Amulets in Harvest Land

  • Amulet of fire
  • Amulet of wind
  • Amulet of water
  • Amulet of earth

There are currently 4 amulets you can gain during gameplay. Knowing where to find them in Harvest Land is beneficial to your overall gameplay experience. Now that you know what types amulets there are discover where to find them.

Fire amulets are the most needed and often hardest obtained amulets in "Harvest Land" gameplay.
Fire amulets are the most needed and often hardest obtained amulets in "Harvest Land" gameplay. | Source

Amulet of Fire

The amulet of fire is perhaps the most needed amulet in Harvest Land. It can make gameplay progress and leveling up slow when you are without! This particular amulet is among the most elusive and hardest to get! Yet it is somehow the most needed amulet too.

Amulet of Fire Uses

  • Producing Fire Swords
  • Leveling up buildings
  • Opening new areas by fighting monsters
  • Producing coal
  • Producing lamps
  • Producing four-cheese pizza
  • Producing pizza with mushrooms

In early stages of Harvest Land gameplay you will be more focused on the need of amulets of fire to defeat monsters. Tree Ents, Trolls and many mythical monsters will be blocking your path to open up new lands for your viking villagers.

For monsters you will need other amulets to pair with the amulet of fire. Needing a certain amount of amulets weapons, and varying levels to even begin fighting.
As you begin to use upgrade tickets to upgrade buildings, you will often need amulets in conjunction with the tickets.

Some items that villagers can produce will also require amulets of fire along with other ingredients.

Where to Find Amulets of Fire in Harvest Land

  • Sending Caravans
  • Defeating Monsters
  • Feeding Wildlife
  • Dragon Race Prizes
  • Leveling Up Prizes

Your viking village will often get attacked by monsters. For each defeated monster there is the chance of receiving an amulet in a loot drop. It is random, no rhyme or reason and no specific monsters will drop a certain amulet type.

The same can be said for feeding the wildlife. It is totally random, wildlife does not always drop loot when fed. But feed them always, it is worth it. I do frequently get fire amulets and other amulets just from feeding the wildlife animals. Birds eat seeds, and rabbits eat apples.

Each time you send a caravan you awarded certain prizes these often include amulets. If you look at each caravan cart, each one individually when filled will also award an amulet. Make sure to try and fill the ones awarding fire amulets.
If your clan does well during dragon races you will have the chance to possibly be awarded fire amulets in prize chests. This is random and less frequent than feeding the wildlife I am afraid.

Each time you fill your experience points bar in Harvest Land and level up you get prizes. Sometimes you will be awarded with amulets too.

Amulets of wind are required for making thunder bows, a much needed magical weapon in "Harvest Land".
Amulets of wind are required for making thunder bows, a much needed magical weapon in "Harvest Land". | Source

Amulet of Wind

Amulet of wind can be obtained in the same ways as as the amulet of fire. Many of the amulets used in gameplay will be acquired the same way, though they all have several diverse uses.

Amulet of Wind Uses

  • Producing Thunder Bows
  • Building upgrades
  • Producing Softwood
  • Fighting Monsters

The amulet of wind is required to create the thunder bows used to defeat monsters. It is also a needed amulet for producing softwood along with an ax.
This amulet is not as needed as its fire counterpart but it is still often used in gameplay.

Where to Find Amulet of Wind

  • Sending Caravans
  • Defeating Monsters
  • Feeding Wildlife
  • Dragon Race Prizes
  • Leveling Up Prizes

You can find the amulet of wind in many the same places as you would the other amulets. Wildlife will drop this one, but I find they drop it less frequently than they do fire amulets.

The amulet of water has many uses in gameplay. Without this amulet you cannot make a venomed ax, and those are used frequently.
The amulet of water has many uses in gameplay. Without this amulet you cannot make a venomed ax, and those are used frequently. | Source

Amulet of Water

The amulet of water in Harvest Land seems to be found more frequently than it's counterparts. I often have more of this amulet than I do others in my inventory. It still has uses and is beneficial to various aspects of gameplay.

Amulet of Water Uses

  • Producing venomed ax
  • Building upgrades
  • Fighting monsters

The amulet of water does not have as many uses in the game as the other amulets. Though with Harvest Land giving frequent updates and new content often, I would not be surprised if that changes.

Where to Find Amulets of Water in Harvest Land

  • Sending Caravans
  • Defeating Monsters
  • Feeding Wildlife
  • Dragon Race Prizes
  • Leveling Up Prizes

This particular amulet seems to be a frequent reward throughout the game. It is generally not one I run out of as compared with the fire amulet.

The amulet of earth is the most common in "Harvest Land" gameplay. It is awarded frequently.
The amulet of earth is the most common in "Harvest Land" gameplay. It is awarded frequently. | Source

Amulet of Earth

The amulet of earth is one I have never ran out of and I am currently at level 110. This is a commonly used amulet, but you also find it and are awarded it frequently.

Amulet of Earth Uses

  • Producing living shields
  • Producing compasses
  • Building upgrades

Amulets of earth are paired with regular shields in the laboratory to make the magic weapon 'living shields'. They are also required for producing compasses and upgrading buildings.

Where to Find Amulets of Earth in Harvest Land

  • Sending Caravans
  • Defeating Monsters
  • Gnome Trades
  • Feeding Wildlife

In addition to some ways I have already mentioned to obtain amulets, you can trade with the gnome and randomly receive earth amulets.

I generally have hundreds of this particular amulet. When I trade with the gnome for coins he is very generous and I can get upwards of 20 at a time.

To build up more amulets in "Harvest Land" open all market stalls for caravans. Each caravan cart when filled awards an amulet, and you get more when you fill all 3 carts and send the caravan.
To build up more amulets in "Harvest Land" open all market stalls for caravans. Each caravan cart when filled awards an amulet, and you get more when you fill all 3 carts and send the caravan. | Source

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Using Amulets During Gameplay

There is one way to use amulets I have not mentioned till now. Some decorations can be purchased with your amulets. Don't do it, you will regret it later. Early on during gameplay when I first started I was sucked in by some cute decorative additions to my village.

This only made me struggle as I used up a lot of needed amulets and had to resupply. Waiting to resupply took some time, as some are just harder to obtain than others.

It can be slow to earn these and there are many factors. It is random, the only way to guarantee what amulet you will get is when filling caravan carts. If you need one amulet more than others, focus on filling the carts with the amulet you need above it.

Amulets are best used when needed for fighting monsters to clear new land, or to produce magic weapons. Magic weapons are something I make non stop in Harvest Land, all manner of monsters attack the villages and you will need them for dragon races too.

If stacked up against each other the fire amulet rates the hardest to find and the most used throughout gameplay. Sometimes if a caravan cart is particularly hard you can get awarded with multiple fire amulets. Do you find you struggle with fire amulets too, or are you struggling to have enough of a different one?

This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and is not meant to substitute for formal and individualized advice from a qualified professional.

© 2020 Cynthia Hoover

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