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Assorted food items.

There are many varieties of items in Path of Titans. Food items will keep your dinosaur from starvation, but not dinosaurs will eat the same things. Path of Titans includes a diet system in which different species must eat different foods in order to survive. Certain food items will give negative debuffs to your dinosaur, while other foods will give a positive buff.

Items can also be used for quests, such as collecting an assortment of items, or delivering them to a new location. Some quest items even have specific functions, such as how glow mushrooms are the only items that can be used to replenish waystones.

In-Game Items[]

Image Item Description Type of Quest
Meat, Fish and Insects
T Item CeratopsianCorpse UI.png Corpses The rotting body of a dead dinosaur.

Think twice before you eat, these aren't always fresh.

N/A
T Item Meat UI.png Meat Chunks A piece of flesh stripped from a dinosaur.

Think twice before you eat, these aren't always fresh.

N/A
T Item BonePile UI.png Bones The old bones of a long dead dinosaur, some dinosaurs like to collect them. Collection
T Item Pike UI.png Fish A swimming food source, coveted by aquatic dinosaurs. They won't survive long in dirty water. Kill
AI This item is not implemented yet. N/A
T Item Scallop UI.png Scallops A flat shellfish found by water sources, a secret favourite of ceratopsians and aquatics. Some dinosaurs like to collect them. Collection/Delivery
T Item Clam UI.png Clams A round shellfish found by water sources, a secret favourite of ceratopsians and aquatics. Some dinosaurs like to collect them. Collection/Delivery
T Item Conch UI.png Conches A spiral shellfish found by water sources, a secret favourite of ceratopsians and aquatics. Some dinosaurs like to collect them. Collection/Delivery
T Item AntHill UI.png Anthills A small mound of dirt and debris that houses a favoured meal for insectivores. Certain species of raptors love them. N/A
T Item TermiteMound UI.png Termite Mounds A large tower of dirt and debris that houses a favoured meal for insectivores. Certain species of raptors love them. N/A
T Item Rafflesia UI.png Rafflesia A foul-smelling flower that attracts all sorts of insects to its core. Insectivores and some species of raptors love them. N/A
Vegetation
T Item Berries UI.png Berry Bushes A healthy shrub full of nutritious berries, most herbivores love them. N/A
Roots.png Roots Thick roots poking from the earth, they hold some extra water and are a favourite of ceratopsians. Some dinosaurs like to collect them. Collection
Acorn.png Acorns A type of nut found in broadleaf forests, with a fashionable dark brown cap. Some dinosaurs like to collect them. Collection
Lychee.png Lychees A type of fruit found in redwood forests, with a vivid red and spiky shell. Some dinosaurs like to collect them. Collection
Tigernut.png Tiger Nuts A type of nut found in the grasslands, with a distinct pattern on its shell. Some dinosaurs like to collect them. Collection
T Item Pinecone UI.png Pinecones A young pinecone found in spruce forests, it's still bright green and easy to spot. Some dinosaurs like to hide them in dirt piles for safekeeping. Collection/Delivery
T Item Melon UI.png Melons A round fruit found in swampy areas, it's very juicy and holds some extra water. Large herbivores love them. N/A
T Item RedGinger UI.png Red Ginger A tall flower found in grassy areas, they have distinctive red blooms. They are favoured by smaller herbivores. Collection/Delivery
T Item Yarrow UI.png Yarrow Short bundles of flowers found in grassy areas, they have bright white blooms. They are favoured by smaller herbivores. Collection/Delivery
Amanita.png Amanita Mushrooms Large mushrooms found in redwood forests, they have striking red and white caps. They have healing properties and are favoured by smaller herbivores and a few carnivores. Collection
T Item Armillaria UI.png Armillaria Mushrooms Thin mushrooms found throughout Panjura, they have a dark and sickly appearance. They have healing properties and are favoured by smaller herbivores and a few carnivores. Collection
Button.png Button Mushrooms Round mushrooms found in the grasslands, they have soft, spherical white caps. They have healing properties and are favoured by smaller herbivores and a few carnivores. Collection
Milkcap.png Milk Cap Mushrooms Oddly-shaped mushrooms found in spruce forests, they have off-white, layered caps. They have healing properties and are favoured by smaller herbivores and a few carnivores. Collection
T Item Russula UI.png Russella Mushrooms Flat mushrooms found in redwood forests, they have light stems and reddish-purple caps. They have healing properties and are favoured by smaller herbivores and a few carnivores. Collection
Other/Non-Edible
Deathcap Mushrooms Poisonous mushrooms found throughout Panjura, they are sickly yellow with a brown underside. Nobody will eat them, but some dinosaurs will go out of their way to dispose of them. Delivery
Glow Mushrooms Mysterious mushrooms found near Waystones in Panjura, they are pale white with bioluminescent green spots. They don't seem edible, but they glow brighter when placed next to Waystones. Delivery
T Item SaltPile UI.png Salt Rocks Large boulders covered in minerals that dinosaurs crave badly, the taste is almost worth how thirsty they make you. They seem to have cleansing properties if placed in dirty water. Collection/Delivery
Roots.png Branches Thick branches that fell from the trees, they seem sturdy. They aren't edible, but some dinosaurs find other uses for them. Collection/Delivery
Honey This item is not implemented yet. N/A
Wasp Nests This item is not implemented yet. N/A

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