In the enchanting world of Palworld, where adorable creatures known as Pals roam freely, players have discovered that some Pals can be a real pain in the backside. Despite their cute and cuddly appearance, these mischievous little beings have caused players to go the extra mile just to keep their base running smoothly.
Pals, with their unwavering determination, are always ready to lend a helping hand. No matter how demanding the task, they will tirelessly toil away. And when treated right, these once-dull bases transform into havens of resourcefulness, making the care and nurture of Pals truly rewarding.
However, amidst the harmonious symphony of cooperation, one player couldn't help but be driven to the edge by a particular pair of troublemakers. In a Reddit thread, the user unleashed their frustration, labeling Jormuntide and Jormuntide Ingis as "the most annoying Pals" in their base. Sure, their Level 4 Kindling and Watering abilities are appreciated, but what makes these Pals a constant source of annoyance is their need for "constant babysitting."
"Why do they always find their way to the smelter? The trees? The statue? The hot springs? EVEN THE PAL STATION!?!?!?!?! Remove the workstation responsible, and they will simply migrate to another one. They'll even perch on a bleeping pebble in your base, starving themselves because they're STUCK!" ranted the exasperated user.
But that's not all. The user went on to describe how these troublesome Pals managed to get themselves stuck in the most peculiar places, like the breeding pen or even inside walls and gates. The poor player, despite removing these obstacles, found themselves facing nothing but increasingly mounting frustration.
The infuriating issues surrounding these Pals were so widespread that the user ultimately decided to replace them with Level 3 Pals. Since the initial post, other players in the comments shared their own vexing encounters with these troublesome Pals.
"Just today, I built a new base on the flattest terrain I could find. I placed a Silos in the most remote corner, far away from anything, even outside the base radius. Lo and behold, I return only to find Jormuntide Ignis perched on top of it," lamented one person.
"They and the Suzakus are the reason why my buildings are two or three walls high and completely open," chimed in another.
Meanwhile, a sympathetic soul replied, "Ragnahawk constantly finds itself stuck in my base."
According to one of the replies, many of the best Pals for specific tasks are glitched. For instance, an Anubis wasting time carrying eggs instead of focusing on crafting or building. Hopefully, these issues, along with the building woes, will be addressed in future updates.
In this wild and whimsical world of Palworld, where creatures with minds of their own wreak havoc on unsuspecting players, it seems that chaos and frustration are inevitable. The dance between Pals and their caretakers is a delicate balancing act, teetering on the edge of comedy. With each mishap and misadventure, players are reminded that even in the realm of video games, life can be a hilariously unpredictable rollercoaster ride.
So, as you embark on your own journey in Palworld, dear players, be prepared for the unexpected. Embrace the chaos, cherish the mishaps, and remember that even the most infuriating Pals can provide moments of laughter and amusement. After all, in the end, it's the quirky imperfections that make the game all the more enjoyable.