Unlike the Premium Reindeer Meat or the Frozen Rabbit Meat, in Dragon Ball Z Kakarot, the Prime Marbled Dino Meat is a very common type of meat and probably the easiest to get. Although you won’t need it early in the game to complete sub-stories or side-quests, the DBZ Kakarot Prime Marbled Dino Meat is also a quest item.
Fortunately, nobody will ask you to find it until you complete all sagas or the game’s story. Besides the fact that you’ll need it for a post-game quest, this type of DBZ Kakarot Dino Meat is also required for cooking, and some players have encountered difficulties finding it. So, as I said, Dino Meat is a very common type of meat. But how do we get it? Well, simply by hunting dinosaurs. But not all types of dinos drop it; that’s why we will closely examine this type of meat.
Where To Find Prime Marbled Dino Meat in DBZ Kakarot
When hunting dinos and finding Marbled Dino Meat in Dragon Ball Z Kakarot, Blake Bog is the first place you’ll want to check. Even though dinosaurs also exist in other places, Blake Bog is my favorite place to hunt them for two reasons. First, it features two Dinosaur Habitats. And second, they are very close to each other, which means faster farming. On the map below, you can see that I have marked both Dinosaur Habitats.
Now that we know the Prime Dino Meat comes from dinosaurs, one aspect remains to be explained. What type of dinosaurs? The answer is very simple. The dinosaurs that you see on the ground. While playing the video game developed by CyberConnect2 for PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch, you’ll notice that there are also flying dinosaurs. They look like Pterosaurs.
But those will not drop Prime Marbled Dino Meat, so there is no need to take them down unless you want to see what happens. The dinosaurs you’ll want to hunt if you need Prime Marbled Dino Meat are similar to the one in the following picture.
How To Hunt Dinosaurs
Hunting Dinosaurs in DBZ Kakarot is very easy. All you have to do is shoot from a distance while trying to avoid their attacks. If you can’t keep up with them, try flying above and shooting them while in the air. You’ll notice that the dinos are harmless since they can’t reach you. Easy job for a Saiyan!
As mentioned, there is more than one spot to hunt these creatures, so feel free to share your favorite farming locations in the comments section, and I’ll add them to the guide.