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Thursday, February 22, 2024

Enshrouded: How To Get (And Use) Torn Cloth

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In real life, a Torn Cloth is used to wipe things clean but in Enshrouded it is a crafting component that can be used to make many different things. In this Enshrouded guide, I go over how you can get and use Torn Cloth.

How To Get Torn Cloth In Enshrouded

The two most reliable sources of Torn Cloth are Dead Shroud Creatures and Chest. The following is what you need to know about both of them.

Defeating Shroud Creatures

One of the best ways of getting Torn Cloth is by defeating Shroud enemies such as archers and swordsmen. You can find them below the shroud and are often in groups of 2-5. Use a bow and kite the enemies if they are in a group until there are only two remaining. You can then use a melee weapon to finish off the enemies and save arrows.

Opening Chests

You can get Torn Cloth from chests. You get less cloth compared to taking down shroud creatures but the danger involved is much lower as well. So open up and loot chests when you find them. You will often find chests in abandoned forts and dungeons.

What Is Torn Cloth Used For

Torn Cloth is used to craft several different items. These include:

  • Armor
  • Bandages (healing)
  • Furniture
  • Torches
  • Decorations

Armor comes in handy from the very start of the game and to craft it you will need Torn Cloth. Similarly, you will need bandages for healing and furniture for your camp. The same goes for decoration if you want to make your camp pretty.

This is how you can get Torn Cloth and use it in Enshrouded. To learn more, check out our guide on how you can move survivors. You can also check out our guide on the best skills that you should unlock first. For all things tech and gaming stay tuned to RespawnFirst.

Talha Amjad
Talha Amjad
PC hardware enthusiast and avid gamer. Has been creating content for more than 8 years and has worked with multiple brands and renowned websites. Tech and gaming are more than just work, they are a passion and way of life for me.

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