Palpagos Islands

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Palpagos Islands' full map.

The Palpagos Islands is the setting in which Palworld takes place.

Biomes & Regions

There are 5 major biomes: Grass, Forest, Desert, Volcano and Snow. Each one corresponds to a specific Faction Boss; each biome also has its own set of Incidents which can randomly occur in the wild.

Inside of each biome there are one or more regions. Each region contains various Pals and points of interest to explore.

  • Grass - This is the starting biome. Most of the Pals are in the level 1-15 range.
    • Windswept Hills - Located on the South Eastern side of Palpagos to the south west of the Marsh Island. This is the first region a player spawns in.
    • Marsh Island - Located to the north east of the Windswept Hills and south west of the Eastern Wild Island.
    • Eastern Wild Island - Located to the north east of the Marsh Island and south of the Dessicated Desert.
    • Sea Breeze Archipelago - Located to the east of Mount Obsidian, south of Bamboo Groves, and south west of Windswept Hills.
    • Ice Wind Island - Located to the far south of the Astral Mountains, east of the Forgotten Island and north of the Bamboo Groves.
    • Forgotten Island - Located to the west of the Ice Wind Island and north west of the Bamboo Groves.
  • Forest - This is the second biome located centrally in the map, and contains Pals in the level 10-30 range.
  • Desert - This is the biome located on the north east side of the islands, and contains Pals in the level 40-50 range. The Desert biome varies widely in temperature, from Hot during the day to Cold at night.
  • Volcano - This is the biome on the south west side of the islands and contains Pals in the level 30-40 range. The Volcano biome is consistently Hot throughout the day and night.
    • Mount Obsidian: This region encompasses the entirety of the south-western mountains.
  • Snow - This is the biome on the northern side of the islands and contains Pals in the level 30-50 range. The Snow biome is consistently Cold throughout the day and night.
    • Astral Mountains - This region encompasses the entirety of the northern mountains.
  • Wildlife Sanctuary - These peripheral islands are home to powerful Pals, and PIDF Officers watching keenly for poachers.
    • Wildlife Sanctuary No. 1 - Located to the south of the Windswept Hills.
    • Wildlife Sanctuary No. 2 - Located to the west of the Forgotten Island and north of Mount Obsidian.
    • Wildlife Sanctuary No. 3 - Located to the northeast of the Desiccated Desert.

Points of Interest

Recurring points of interest appear in the Palpagos Islands. They show up both in the game's compass on the HUD and in the game's map.

Great Eagle Statues

Great Eagle Statues icon.pngGreat Eagle Statues are shown both on map and compass when the area is discovered. They can be used to fast travel between other statues, Bases icon.pngBases and Towers icon.pngTowers.

Towers

Faction Towers icon.pngTowers are shown both on map and compass when the area is discovered. These are where the faction bosses dwell.

Bases

Built player Bases icon.pngBases are shown both on map and compass for the members of the Guild icon.pngGuild they belong to.

Player & Death Markers

Player-related markers are also generated by the game automatically:

  • Compass Player icon.png indicates the player's position. Shown on map only.
  • Compass Member icon.png indicates a Guild icon.pngGuild member's position. Shown on map only.
  • Compass Death icon.png marks either a bag container dropped by players on death or Pals dropped on the ground. Shown on both map and compass.

Custom Markers

In addition to the points of interest shown automatically by the game, each player can add up to 99 custom markers to their maps. They can choose the following icons as a custom marker:

Compass Cube icon.pngCompass Enemy icon.pngCompass Bread icon.pngCompass House icon.pngCompass Location icon.pngCompass Pickaxe icon.pngCompass Sphere icon.pngCompass Star icon.png

Trivia

See also

  • How to play guide for Palpagos Islands