Cooking is one of the many mechanics in Xenoblade Chronicles 3, and players can collect different food items for their recipes during their journey. One such item is Cured Armu Sirloin, which can be found from Armu, the female counterparts of the Ardun.
Healing Armu Sirloin should be pretty easy to get in Xenoblade Chronicles 3. However, some players may not have paid much attention to cooking in the past and may want to catch up and find the food items for themselves. Below, players can find a quick guide to purchasing Cured Armu Sirloin for their cooking needs.
Collect Healing Armu Sirloin in Xenoblade Chronicles 3
Before Xenoblade Chronicles 3 players can harvest Armu’s flesh, they must ensure that they have reached the second chapter of the story. This will unlock the Fornis region, which comes with several areas where different creatures roam. One such area, Ribbi Flats, is a perfect location to hunt Armu for their cured meats.
Find and collect healed Armu Sirloin
- For quick access to Armu, head to the Llyn Nyddwr rest camp in the Fornis region. Around the area, players should find a large number of Armu who roam the environment along with other creatures.
- Players can recognize the Armu by their distinct lack of horns compared to the Ardun. Their heads look more plate-like and they are also smaller compared to their male counterparts.
- Kill the Armu. These enemies are of a particularly low level (level 18), so they shouldn’t be hard to defeat and should drop pretty quickly. Since Cured Armu Sirloin is a common drop, most Armu players who kill must drop the food item.
- Once the Armu in the area are cleared, players can use their fast travel to return to the campfire at Llyn Nyddwr. Doing this refreshes the local wildlife, allowing Xenoblade Chronicles 3 players to continue breeding the Armu as much as they need until they have all the loins they can carry.
In addition to being used in cooking, Cured Armu Sirloin is also very useful with regard to Collectopaedia Cards. If players have some left over from their farm excursion, they may want to save the salted sirloin steak for the Collectopaedia. Otherwise, players can always return to the Fornis region and take out the Armu for extra loins if necessary. As long as players refresh the area with fast travel, they will never run out of Armu to defeat and loot.
It’s also important to note that many other food drops in the game can receive a similar treatment. Simply clear an area of a particular enemy, collect their drops, then quickly travel back to the nearest resting point to resurrect the creatures. It then just becomes a process of foaming, rinsing and repeating until players have the items they need.