RDR2 Cobalt Petrified Wood

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Red Dead Redemption II: Cobalt Petrified Wood Location

The Cobalt Petrified Wood is a special material and a unique item featured in Red Dead Redemption 2.  In the video game developed by Rockstar Studios, it is required for the Boar Tusk Talisman.

Unlike other special materials, you can find the Cobalt Petrified Wood through exploration.

The good news though is that you can retrieve the Cobalt Petrified Wood in Red Dead Redemption II, starting Chapter 2.

Where to Find the Cobalt Petrified Wood:

This specific material is inside a hidden chest, north-west of Lake Isabella. Below, you can see the Cobalt Petrified Wood‘s map location.

Red Dead Redemption 2 Cobalt Petrified Wood Location Guide 1

Cobalt Wood Chest Location

Look for it under a large rock, close to a cart and a frozen corpse. Below you can see the exact in-game location of the chest containing this unique item.

Red Dead Redemption 2 Cobalt Petrified Wood Location Guide 2

Cobalt Petrified Wood Location In-Game

If you encounter difficulties, also check our Red Dead Redemption II Lock Boxes and Chests locations guide and you should see it on our map at location 19.

How to Use the Cobalt Wood:

After you find the Petrified Wood you can use it at the Fence to craft the Boar Tusk Talisman. For this, you will also need the tusk from a Legendary Boar, and a Gold Earring. Additionally, you have to pay $31.00.Red Dead Redemption 2 Cobalt Petrified Wood Location Guide 3

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