Ark: Survival Evolved: How to Make Purple Dye

Are you tired of looking at the same, monotonous color on your Phiomia saddle? Do you want to add some diversification of color on your weapons in Ark Survival Evolved and you’re wondering how to make purple dye in the game? 

Purple can be an excellent color to modify your structures and your belongings, starting from tools to weapons. Along with individual elegance, purple bodes well with most other colors, thus beautifying anything you put it on.

So, are you interested to find out how to make Purple Dye in Ark Survival: Evolved? You must be since you’re reading this article, so let’s learn how to make purple dye in the game!

Ingredients needed

Different dyes require different combinations of Water, Charcoal or Sparkpowder, and a specific number of certain berries. All of these need to be mixed in a cooking pot or industrial cooker in order to make the dye.

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For purple dye, the following ingredients are required:

  • 2 X Charcoal
  • 9 X Tintoberry
  • 9 X Azulberry
  • Water (if you’re using a cooking pot)

How to find all the ingredients needed for Purple Dye

Knowing the ingredients needed is just half the battle won. Gathering them is the next important part – after all, there are some huge maps in Ark: Survival Evolved.

So read on to learn where you can farm these required items for purple dye.

How to Farm Azulberry?

Azulberry comes with a blue color and has seed-like bumps on its body. Azulberry is usually found in places with a high density of bushes and plants.

You’d need to harvest through these bushes to collect the Azulberries and add them to your inventory. You can collect a large number of these berries quickly if you have tames too, such as Brontosaurus.

Furthermore, Azulberry can also be grown by planting Azulberry seeds.

How to Farm Tintoberry?

Tintoberry is red in color and look like cherries. These are mainly found in open grasslands.

You can easily collect Tintoberries by exploring and gathering plants from these areas. Similar to Azulberries, you can employ your tames to get a larger number of berries in a shorter time.

It’s also possible to grow Tintoberries on your own using Tintoberry seeds along with fertilizer and water.

How to Create Charcoal

There are several places where you can collect Charcoal from, the most common one being from burning wood in a Campfire or Cooking Pot. Once the wood is burns for additional time, it turns into Charcoal in the Cooking Pot.

Furthermore, Charcoal can also be collected from the burnt trees in Scorched Island and Lava Island.

Cooking Pot / Industrial Cooker

Both the Cooking Pot and the Industrial Cooker can be used to manufacture purple dye. 

You can easily craft the Cooking Pot in your inventory once you’ve reached Level 8, at the expense of 78 Crafting XP.

On the other hand, the more efficient Industrial Cooker can be crafted when you’ve crossed Level 88 by using 2800 Crafting XP. Unlike the Cooking Pot, it can only be crafted in a Tek Replicator or Fabricator.

The advantage of cooking in an Industrial Cooker is that you won’t be required to add water externally since it’s constantly irrigated by itself

In the case of Cooking Pot, the water needs to be added along with the other ingredients, in the form of a Water Jar (which should be at least 25% full) or Waterskin.

How to Make Purple Dye

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Now that you have all the ingredients required, everything is super easy. Depending on where you choose to make the purple dye in your Ark game, here are the steps you need to follow.

If Using Cooking Pot

  • From your crafting Inventory, drag the required ingredients mentioned above to the Inventory window on the right.
  • Once you’re done, select “Light Fire” on the Structure window in the middle.
  • It’ll take a few seconds for the Purple dye to be created.

If Using Industrial Cooker

  • Similar to the Cooking Pot process, drag the required number of ingredients to the inventory window to your right, except for Water.
  • Click on the “Turn On” button on the Structure section of the screen, which will initiate the dye-manufacturing process.

Wrapping up

Do you see how easy it is to make purple dye? You can create the purple coloring to enhance your structures or tools in a very short time, and in an even shorter time if you’re using the Industrial Cooker. 

So, without wasting any further time, start beautifying your belongings right away and shower the Ark community with your creativity!

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