Slime Rancher: Where To Get Every Slime (2022)

Slime Rancher is a game about making a successful ranch full of slimes so that you can harvest their plorts. There are 16 slimes to capture in the wild (six of which are dangerous), and even more to be encountered in general. In addition, almost every slime type can be combined by feeding a small slime a plort from a different slime species. Once combined, slimes will produce plorts of both types and take on interesting looks.

Keep in mind that slimes like Party Gordo, Lucky Slime, and Gold Slime can't be captured or raised on your ranch. Let's take a look at each slime and where to find them.

Updated On February 13, 2022 By William Quick: With Slime Rancher 2 scheduled for release later this year, there's still time to fully explore the first game. There are lots of Slimes to capture or simply find here are their locations.

Where To Find The Boom Slime

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  • Locations: Moss Blanket, Indigo Quarry, and Glass Desert

Boom Slimes are interesting because they repeatedly explode, sending themselves into the air. This can damage your character and will also send you flying.

Ensure that their pen has a top to prevent them from escaping.

Where To Find The Crystal Slime

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  • Locations: Crystal Volcano and Ash Isle

Crystal Slimes are found in specific locations in the Indigo Quarry. These slimes are also dangerous as they cause crystal spikes to explode out of the ground.

Have water on hand to wash away the crystals they produce.

Where To Find The Dervish Slime

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  • Location: Glass Desert

Dervish Slimes can be found flying around the Glass Desert, where they cause tornadoes to pop up.

Restoring the multiple Oasis located around the area will help Dervish Slimes to spawn more frequently.

Where To Find The Fire Slime

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  • Location: Glass Desert

As the name implies, these slimes are made of fire, and running into one is going to cost you some health. Fire Slimes can't be housed with other slimes as they will make them jump, but they can be cooled down with water.

Fire Slimes will need to be kept in the trough of an incinerator.

Where To Find The Honey Slime

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  • Location: Moss Blanket

Honey Slimes are rather friendly, but due to their honey bodies, other slimes around them will try to quickly eat their plorts, transforming them into half honey Largos or Tarr Slimes.

Honey Slimes can cause Tarr slimes very easily so keep them contained.

Where To Find The Hunter Slime

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  • Location: Moss Blanket and Glass Desert

Hunter Slimes are harmless but do possess the trait to turn invisible. The danger comes in when another slime eats their plort as all largo Hunters are feral and will attack you.

Largo hunters are difficult to keep track of so beware when creating any.

Where To Find The Mosaic Slime

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  • Location: Glass Desert

These slimes both attract other slimes and are able to produce glints that catch the surrounding floor on fire.

Be sure to have water nearby when trying to deal with Mosaic Slimes.

Where To Find The Phosphor Slime

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  • Location: All over the Far, Far, Range at Night

Phosphor Slimes are extremely common and appear all over the island at night. To keep these slimes alive, you will need to keep them in the dark or put a sun-blocking shield on their coral.

Putting these slimes in the cave saves you the upgrade cost of a sun-blocking shield.

Where To Find The Pink Slime

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  • Location: Everywhere

Pink Slimes are the first slimes you will see in the game and are literally everywhere. You can literally walk out of your ranch, and the first thing you will run into are Pink Slimes.

Beware of pink slimes sneaking into your ranch!

Where To Find The Puddle Slime

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  • Location: Ring Island, Moss Blanket, Ancient Ruins, and Indigo Quarry

Puddle Slimes are a special type of slime that lives on top of the surface of the water. These slimes will need an all-water pen in order to thrive and can't be near more than three other slimes because they are adorably shy creatures.

There's a farm expansion with a secluded water pen perfect for these slimes.

Where To Find The Quantum Slime

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  • Location: Ancient Ruins and Glass Desert

These slimes are hard to keep in their pens as they can easily teleport all over the place if agitated.

Check out our guide on how to control these sneaky slimes.

Where To Find The Rad Slime

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  • Location: Indigo Quarry

As the name implies, these slimes are made up of radiation. Standing close to them will make your rad exposure go up quickly and eventually start dealing damage to your character.

The radiation effect stops when they are vacuumed up, but they shouldn't be allowed to wander around your ranch.

Where To Find The Rock Slime

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  • Location: Dry Reef, Indigo Quarry, Ancient Ruins, and Glass Desert

Rock Slimes are another harmful type of slime that is a bit aggressive. They will try to tumble into you on sight, so avoid them or suck them up with your vacuum quickly.

These are likely to be the first dangerous slimes you encounter so keep an eye out for those spikes in the early game.

Where To Find The Saber Slime

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  • Location: The Wilds

Saber Slimes are the strangest slime that you can keep as you can never have a small one. Instead, you can visit the Wilds once unlocked to collect Saber plorts. These plorts can then be fed to other slimes to make the Saber Largos.

Feeding Saber plorts to pink slimes is the easiest option to get a Saber slime.

Where To Find The Tabby Slime

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  • Location: Dry Reef, Moss Blanket, Ancient Ruins, and Glass Desert

Tabby Slimes are another common slime that can be found hopping around a good portion of the Far, Far Range. These slimes will steal food and can jump higher than other slimes in the game.

Upgrade the tabby slime pen as soon as you can, or they will get into your food supplies.

Where To Find The Tangle Slime

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  • Location: Restored Oasis Locations in the Glass Desert

These slimes can cause others to start sneezing and will steal nearby food if they become hungry. They are found across the glass desert.

Tangle Slimes won't appear until you restore at least one Oasis in the Glass Desert.

Special Slimes

In addition to the slimes you can capture and raise at the ranch, there are some special varieties that have a chance to spawn in certain areas. Although you can't always take them back to your Ranch, it's worth it to look for them when you're out in the field.

Where To Find Quicksilver Slimes

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  • Location: Nimble Valley

These slimes are known for racing around the area and generating plorts from activity. Keep in mind that their plorts can only be stored in the Augmented Vacpack, and you'll have to trade them to Mochi Miles rather than on the Plort Market.

They eat electricity but if you feed them, they'll become harmful on contact!

Where To Find Gold Slimes

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  • Location: Various Locations around Far, Far Ranch

These sparkly slimes produce the most valuable plorts on the market. If you spot one, make sure to keep your distance and feed them food from afar.

Feed them Gilded Ginger, and they'll produce five plorts at once!

Where To Find Largo Slimes

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  • Location: The Wilds and Danger Zones (feral) or whenever a Slime eats a Plort different from its own

Largos are the unusual result of a Slime eating a different Slime's plorts. This makes them larger and able to produce multiple types of plorts.

Be careful when keeping them at your Ranch. If it eats another plort that it doesn't produce, it will turn into a hostile Tarr!

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Where To Find Gordo Slimes

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  • Location: Designated Areas around the Ranch, on Gordo Snares at Gadget Sites

Gordo Slimes are recognizable for their large size and their inability to move. Instead, you need to keep feeding them until they burst into new slimes, crates, and Slime Keys.

Gordo Slimes that are caught on Gordo Snares will not drop Slime Keys.

Where To Find Glitch Slimes

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  • Location: The Slimeulation

These troublesome Slimes like to cause problems by disguising themselves as other Slimes and even as objects. They don't produce plorts, so they act as pests.

A Glitch Slime in disguise will show no emotion.

Where To Find Lucky Slimes

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  • Location: Various Locations around Far, Far Ranch

Taking on a form similar to Tabby Slimes, the Lucky Slimes take after the very cat they're copying. Instead of producing plorts, they'll produce coins when fed!

These Slimes produce a jingling sound when they're nearby.

Where To Find Party Gordo Slimes

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  • Location: A Random Location in Far, Far Ranch during the weekend

As opposed to Gordo Slimes, Party Gordo Slimes have much more energy with much less appetite. After being fed ten items, they'll burst into Pink Slimes and drop a rare Ornament as well as eight Party Crates!

Only one will appear per weekend so be on the lookout.

Where To Find Twinkle Slimes

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  • Location: A Random Location in Far, Far Ranch during Wiggly Wonderland

These magical Slimes will only appear in December. They're known for singing harmoniously before bursting and scattering Chimes around the area.

Upon bursting, they create a mystical two-way teleport between their location and your Ranch which lasts until midnight in real-time.

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FAQs

How do you find all the Slimes? ›

And where to find them in the game slime rancher so the very first place we're going to go is the

Can you farm Tarr Slimes? ›

To keep them away, a Hydro Turret can be installed, which shoots the incoming Tarr. Of course, you can put a Tarr in a corral, but since they disappear after a while, they cannot be farmed.

What is the rarest slime in slime rancher? ›

Lucky Slimes are rare, feline-looking slimes that do not poop out plorts like other slimes do. Instead, they shoot out Newbucks. If you spot one in the wild, try feeding it some Hen Hens. If you're lucky, the Lucky Slime will shoot out some coins for you to gather.

How do you glitch slime Slime Rancher? ›

When a "Ditto-faced" slime is vacced up or exposed with Debug Spray, it will reveal itself as a glitch slime or pack of glitch slimes.

Are hunter slimes sensitive to light? ›

But Hunter slimes aren't sensitive to light. They are like any other slime, they can be in day light and be fine. And the overgrowth, I found is a great "babysitting" area, if you have slimes but you need to work on getting them a corral first somewhere else on the ranch.

What does boom slime eat? ›

Boom Slime love to eat meat, with their favorite food being Briar Hen. This Hen type is also exclusive to the Moss Blanket area of Slime Rancher. Similar to Tabby Slime, it's recommended that you create a Coop to farm Briar Hen in order to increase your yield of Boom Plorts.

Where can I find rare slimes? ›

These Slimes do not have a specific spawn point; instead they spawn randomly in various spots throughout the Far, Far Range. They also cannot be domesticated. If the player acts quickly, the Slime will reward them in some way.

Is Slime Rancher 2 multiplayer? ›

The quick answer? No, "Slime Rancher 2" doesn't have a multiplayer mode. Monomi Park hasn't indicated that it's thinking of adding the long-awaited feature, either. "Slime Rancher" has always focused on a single-player experience, which is something that "Slime Rancher 2" also highlights in its Steam description.

Is there a Tarr Gordo? ›

Tarr gordos form when several tarrs merge together. Unlike their wilder cousins, they will not reproduce when alive, and they'll harm ranchers only when they're close enough. They'll eat everything that's alive - hens, slimes, other ranchers, etc. But getting rid of them won't help much, sadly.

Can you feed a gold Plort to a slime? ›

Gold Slimes and their Plorts are also extremely rare, which makes them a very valuable resource. Gold Plorts cannot be combined to create hybrid Largos. However, Gold Gordo Slimes can be lured using Gilded Ginger (see below).

Can you tame tarrs? ›

Taming The Tarr

2 conditions have to be met in order for the tarr to be tameable: It must not have the will to fight, and it must be 1 blast of water away from evaporating. The fighting will of The Tarr depends on the current Wiggle Factor, if it is in the boring stage, the tarr will always have a fighting spirit.

How many slimes should I keep in a corral? ›

Keep a maximum of 5-10 Slimes in a Corral or if more are desired to be added, invest in a High Walls upgrade.

Can you grow Gilded Ginger? ›

The Gilded Ginger, as well as the Kookadoba fruit and Spicy Tofu, are unique among Food items in that they cannot be grown in a garden.

Does Slime Rancher have cheats? ›

Slime Rancher. This is a cheat/debug/testing mod that lets you add/remove/edit money and vacuum gun items through a tidy GUI with dropdown lists. It also supports any items added in or modified by other mods. Further it has a number of other cheat features as seen below.

Where can I find rare slimes? ›

These Slimes do not have a specific spawn point; instead they spawn randomly in various spots throughout the Far, Far Range. They also cannot be domesticated. If the player acts quickly, the Slime will reward them in some way.

How many slimes are there in Slime Rancher? ›

There are 16 slimes to capture in the wild (six of which are dangerous), and even more to be encountered in general. In addition, almost every slime type can be combined by feeding a small slime a plort from a different slime species.

How many slimes does a corral have? ›

Keep a maximum of 5-10 Slimes in a Corral or if more are desired to be added, invest in a High Walls upgrade.

Where can I find gold slimes? ›

The Gold Slime is the rarest slime that can be found across Far, Far Range in Slime Rancher. It can be found in the Ancient Ruins, Dry Reef, Glass Desert, Indigo Quarry, and Moss Blanket areas. The Plorts from a Gold Slime can be worth hundreds of newbucks.

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