How To Assign Base Pals To Work In Palworld

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Abdul Muqsit
Abdul Muqsit
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Capturing the best early-game pals in Palworld is not enough if you don’t know what to do with them. You need to manage which pals are roaming around the base and what they are doing. This guide will teach you how to assign base pals to work in Palworld and speed up your base’s progress.

Check the Pal’s Stats

Pal Details
Cattiva’s Stats and Skills

Once you’ve caught a pal in Palworld, you need to check its stats and skills to see what it is good for. For example, a Cattiva (the one in the screenshot above) comes with the following skills:

  • Mining (Level 1)
  • Gathering (Level 1)
  • Handiwork (Level 1)
  • Transporting (Level 1)

These skills are listed on the bottom right corner of the stat page. Now, if your base has any mining resources in its vicinity, and you have a Cattiva roaming around the base… it would automatically start mining and placing the ores in the base’s resource chest.

All pals are programmed to work in auto mode as long as a task related to their skills is available around the base.

Lift and Throw Pals

Lift and Throw Pals
Lifting a Pal.

If you have a lot of things going on around the base, chances are that you want some pals to exclusively work on something such as mining ore, bringing water to the base, or standing guard. But the pal might be doing its own things due to being automated.

To solve that, simply go up to the pal and press the Lift button. You can lift a pal and move around the base. Go to where you want the pal to work and press the same button to throw the pal.

It will get assigned to that station and work there specifically. This is how you can give specific work to pals around the base in Palworld.

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