Days Gone Horn of Plenty Herbology Collectible Location Guide

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Days Gone: Horn of Plenty Herbology Collectible Location Guide

Days Gone Horn of Plenty Herbology Collectible Location Guide

Horn of Plenty is a Herbology Plant featured in Days Gone, the video game developed by Bend Studio for PS4.

The Days Gone Horn of Plenty is also one of the Cascade Herbology Collectibles you’ll have to find if you wish to get 100% completion in this region of the video game.

Description

“Horn of Plenty is a dark funnel-shaped mushroom. Although this mushroom looks dangerous, it is edible by humans when cooked.”

General Information

Kingdom: Fungi
Order: Cantharellales
Family: Cantharellaceae
Scientific Name: Craterellus Cornucopioides
Region: Cascade
Collectibles Entry: 27
Crafting Material: No
Similar Regional Plants: Wood LilyBlack Currant, King BoleteSalmon BerryWild Bergamot

Horn of Plenty Location

Where to Find Horn of Plenty in Days Gone

Another mushroom, the Horn of Plenty prefers wet soils and sunny areas. The shape of its hat will help you identify this mushroom, which looks just like a trumpet.

The Horn of Plenty grows close to trees, and it’s endemic to the Cascade Area from Days Gone. Look for it in the north-eastern region.

The specimen in the picture was found at the edge of the forest, just before entering the High Desert Logging Camp Infestation Zone.

If you unlocked the Hawkeyed Survival Skill, you can find it faster. Keep your eyes on the minimap where you should be able to spot the icons of all nearby mushrooms

How to Use Horn of Plenty

The only purpose of this Days Gone mushroom is to help you earn more Credits and to increase Deacon’s level of Trust.

Therefore, once you find a Horn of Plenty and you unlock the 27th Herbology Collectible Entry you can safely sell this mushroom.

All Kitchens in the video game will be interested to buy it, and they’ll pay you 6 Credits for each mushroom you bring back.

Furthermore, you’ll earn 5 Points of Trust with the Camp you visit when selling the Horn of Plenty.

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