As you make your way through Dauntless, you’re going to be taking on a bunch of different Behemoths, acquiring various materials and items, and upgrading your gear to take on even more formidable beasts. One such crafting item you might need is Burned Gillhide. Here’s how to get Burned Gillhide and what it’s used for in Dauntless.
Getting Burned Gillhide in Dauntless
Burned Gillhide can be obtained in Dauntless just like most other crafting items that’ll drop from the various Behemoths in the game. For this one, you’ll need to take on the Charogg Behemoth. This is a Blaze elemental beast that’s got a threat level of eight normally, and 13 on Heroic mode once it’s unlocked. Your best bet to combat the Charogg is to use the Frost element.
Once you’re facing off against the Charogg, you’ll need to aim specifically for its Firesacs. The Charogg has a Firesac on its underbelly and on its butt, so you’ll need to move your way around the beast in order to target these specific areas. Breaking this will cause Burned Gillhide to drop. Then it’s simply a case of running on over to it once it drops and picking it up.
What Burned Gillhide Is Used For in Dauntless
Burned Gillhide is a reagent in Dauntless. This essentially means it’s a crafting material that can be used by the Aethersmiths in Dauntless to craft weapons, armor, and other consumable items. Specifically, it’s required to craft and upgrade the following weapons and armor pieces:
- Charred Saber (6 for level 10 upgrade)
- Charred Blades (6 for level 10 upgrade)
- Charred Cleaver (4 required to craft)
- Charred Spear (6 for level 10 upgrade)
- Volcanic Helm (2 required for level 6 upgrade)
- Volcanic Treads (2 for level 6 upgrade)
That’s all you need to know on how to get Burned Gillhide in Dauntless and what it’s used for. For more tips, tricks, and guides on the game, be sure to check out our Dauntless guide wiki. We’ve also included some other crafting material guides down below for your convenience.