If you’ve spent any amount of time hunting monsters in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, then your inventory should be loaded by this point.
But there are dozens upon dozens of different crafting materials in this game, and sorting through them to find what you require can be extremely difficult.
Often you’ll find that you require a particular monster part to craft an item, but you don’t have it with you. Even worse, finding an enemy that drops that material can be nearly impossible.
This guide, in particular, is about the rare Witcher 3 Powdered Monster Tissue, and we’ll show you how to find it in the game world.
Witcher 3 Powdered Monster Tissue Guide
Powdered Monster Tissue is a Relic tier material that can be extremely hard to track down. You might find some of it out in the wild by chance, or a few units might show up in a merchant’s shop. It that all depends on your luck.
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A more reliable method of sourcing this item is to go hunting for it, but that of course comes with a bit of time investment. But at least there’s no guesswork involved in this process because only a select few monsters yield Witcher 3 Powdered Monster Tissue.
The list below shows all creatures that fit these criteria:
- Gargoyles – Drop Gargoyle Hearts and Gargoyle Dust.
- Griffins – Drop Griffin Feathers.
- Specters – Drop Specter Dust.
- Shaelmaars – Drop Shaelmaar Dust (Exclusive to the Blood and Wine DLC).
Once acquired, these monster parts can be dismantled into Powdered Monster Tissue.
How To Extract Powdered Monster Tissue
In order to get the Powdered Monster Tissue from these raw monster parts, you have to take them to a blacksmith in any major settlement in the game. As a general rule, it’s preferred that you only go to Master Smiths in case you have to craft something of a high rank.
Interact with the NPC, and go into the ‘Dismantle’ tab in the shop menu. Now find the parts named in the list above and deconstruct them to get Powdered Monster Tissue.
Also, make sure that you have enough money with you when breaking down a lot of monster parts. The rarer the component, the more it costs to dismantle. And if you’re not careful, you can find yourself spending hundreds of crowns at a time.