How to Get Dinosaur Eggs in Stardew Valley
Dinosaur Eggs are scattered around in many places of Stardew Valley. This guide will show players where they can get them and what they are used for. Stardew Valley is all about using your limited daily time to try and repair your grandfather's farm. After he passed away, your grandfather provides the player with the deed to his farm. After getting over his current repetitive life working in a dead-end job, he takes the deed and begins a new life in Pelican Town. Here, the player can create their own version of the farm, make new friends, and explore dangerous dungeons for materials. One of the items players will come across during their time in Stardew Valley is the Dinosaur Eggs. This guide will show players how they can find them.
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Dinosaur Eggs have a multitude of functions in Stardew Valley. For starters, players can sell them for gold, but that is the most surface-level thing players can do with the egg. For those looking to make the most out of the egg, they can place it in an incubator in the Big Coop. After 12 days have passed, the egg will hatch into a Dinosaur. Players can keep the Dinosaur as a pet for their farm or sell it for even more gold. Here are a few ways players can find Dinosaur Eggs in Stardew Valley.
How To Get Dinosaur Eggs in Stardew Valley
Fortunately, there are multiple ways players can find Dinosaur Eggs in the game. Here are all the ways players can obtain one.
- Winning it at the Crane Game in the Movie Theater
- Digging it up at an Artifact Spot in the Mountains.
- Foraging it on Prehistoric Floors in the Skull Cavern.
- A Pepper Rex Drop
- Inside Fishing Treasure Chests
Also, players who have selected the Coopmaster Profession will have the wait time needed for the egg to hatch to get cut in half. Dinosaurs add a bit of surrealness to any player's farm.
Stardew Valley recently introduced tons of new content in the game with its version update. This included a new explorable island, new dungeons, new NPCs to make friends with, and tons of crops and fish to discover. For those who fell off the Stardew Valley train when Animal Crossing released, this is the best reason to jump back into the game. Dinosaurs are also pretty adorable in the game so make sure to make the best with your new reptilian friend.
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The secrets of Stardew Valley
We’ve scoured the farm to bring you these tasty easter eggs.
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Life on Stardew Valley's farm is pretty idyllic: Grow some trees, harvest some crops, sell goods to earn a little cash. But (ahem) dig around a little and you’ll make some astounding discoveries.
Some of these are pretty obvious, but Stardew Valley is positively packed with hard-to-find easter eggs. Blue chickens? Rare furniture? Add some mystery to your hallowed homestead with these secrets, straight from developer ConcernedApe. [Warning: spoilers, naturally.]
These underground areas are dangerous but loaded with cool stuff to find.
Plunder the Skull Caverns
Located in the northwest area of the Desert, the Skull Caverns are initially locked until you acquire the Skull Key (to get that, you’ll need to reach level in the Mines).
Unlike the Mines, there is no elevator to save progress, so with each visit you must start from the very first floor. Mummies lurk in the Skull Caverns; stock up on bombs to take them down. Perhaps you’ll run into the mysterious Mr Qi!
Though you’ll have to fight plenty of Slimes in the Mines, you can actually raise Slimes in hutches on your farm, too. Find Robin and purchase a Slime Hutch (cost: 10,g), which stores up to 20 slippery critters.
Behold the cuddliest furniture in Stardew Valley.
Find the Junimo Plush
This one requires incredible timing: You can find the Junimo Plush, a unique piece of furniture, by shaking a bush in the northwest corner of Pelican Town on the 28th of any season at exactly pm.
Land a legend
You may come across a Lost Book called Secrets of the Legendary Fish, which mentions the seasons and locations of the five legendary fish: Crimsonfish, Angler, Legend, Glacier Fish and Mutant Carp. They’re quite difficult to reel in, so you’ll want to equip an Iridium Rod and raise your fishing skills as high as possible.
No chickens were harmed in the making of this screenshot.
Give your chickens the blues
After seeing bachelor Shane’s eight-heart event, each chicken you purchase from Marnie or hatch from a brown or white egg has a one in four chance of being blue! Blue chickens are hatched as blue chicks.
Don't bother scouring the map for mosquitoes trapped in amber. To rear dinosaurs in Stardew Valley, try placing a Dinosaur Egg into an Incubator in your Big Coop. The first Dinosaur Egg must be found either by digging up an Artifact Spot or in a fishing chest.
Sewer fishing may sound icky, but who knows what you might catch!
Grow giant crops
By planting cauliflower, melons or pumpkins in a 3x3 pattern, they may combine into a Giant Crop which doesn’t die at the change of seasons like other crops. Plus, it looks pretty cool!
Search the Sewers
The Sewers are initially introduced in an early cutscene, but it isn’t obvious how to access them. After you donate 60 items (artifacts or minerals) to the Museum, you will receive the Rusty Key.
Use this to enter the Sewers through the cover south of Pelican Town, or through the grates in the south of Cindersap Forest. Located in the Sewers is Krobus, a character who sells rare items and eventually may even open up another passage
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Stardew Valley: 10 Tips For Finding A Dinosaur Egg
There are a few items in Stardew Valley that are incredibly useful, valuable, or important, but are hard to find. Among them are Prismatic Shards, the Ancient Seeds, and, the focus of this article, Dinosaur Eggs.
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Once you manage to find a Dino Egg, you can incubate it into a baby Dinosaur that will grow up to lay more. You can also create Dinosaur Mayonnaise from Dino Eggs, which is extremely valuable. Additionally, the Museum requires one as an artifact donation, so if you plan to complete the Museum's collection, you'll need one of these rare Eggs. To help you with this arduous task, we've compiled some tips on finding that valuable Dinosaur Egg Stardew seems eager to hide from you.
Updated on June 28, by Michael Christopher: Despite the game evolving all the time, Stardew Valley's Dinosaur Eggs are still some of the harder items to find. There are always new players coming to this fantastic game, and as a result, people looking for help finding their first Dinosaur Egg. We've refreshed this list to add a bit more info and make sure it's as clear and helpful as ever.
Incubate Your First One
Once you find your first Dinosaur Egg, Stardew Valley's local museum seems like a great place to bring it, since you'll need to donate it to complete the collection. However, you should not donate your first one!If you place it in an incubator in your Coop instead, you'll basically have an endless supply from that point forward. This is because it'll hatch into a Dinosaur, which can then produce more Eggs. It's recommended by the pros that you always incubate your first one rather than donating it.
You'll need to have upgraded your Coop to a Big Coop so you have an incubator. The egg will take around days to hatch, and the Dinosaur itself will produce a new egg every seven days. Then, once the Dinosaur lays an Egg, you can donate that one instead.
Check the Mountain
Stardew Valley Dinosaur Eggs are technically artifacts, so that means they can be found in artifact spots — those little wiggling twigs you see around town. You'll need to head to the Mountain, since it's the only place that the Dino Egg can be found in an artifact spot. Just use your hoe on what looks like worms (yes, they're actually twigs) and you'll dig up whatever's there.
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There's a very low chance of finding a Dino Egg this way (around %), but it is possible. The area on the Mountain where you can find a Dinosaur Egg in an artifact spot includes the Quarry, though, so it's a bigger area than you might initially think.
Many, many people say they found their first Dino Egg by fishing. It has a possibility to appear in those little treasure chests you sometimes see while fishing. The chance is still small (around or %), but still slightly higher than from an artifact spot, which are less common than fishing treasure chests as well.
It doesn't matter where you fish, but you will need to have a Fishing skill level of at least 2 and to have found at least one artifact this way. Dino Eggs are only found in these treasures chests once those conditions are met.
Lures, Magnets, and Enchantments
Since fishing is often the best way to find a Dino Egg, it's wise to do all you can to make it more likely. Certain fishing tackle and bait can increase your chances of success.
The Magnet, despite looking like a lure, actually goes into the bait slot of your fishing rod. It adds a 15% chance to find a treasure chest while fishing. The Treasure Hunter lure also adds another 5%, and you can use both the Treasure Hunter and the Magnet at the same time since they go in different slots. Together, these two items will greatly increase your chances of finding treasure, which will in turn make it more likely that you find that sweet Dino Egg.
With the newest game update, there is another way to make the most of fishing for a Dinosaur Egg: Stardew Valley's new forging system on Ginger Island. On the final floor of the Volcano Dungeon, you'll find a Forge where you can enchant your tools.
There are four fishing rod enchantments, two of which will seriously help you when you're trying to find this rare artifact. The "Preserving" enchantment gives you a 50% chance of not consuming any bait or tackle when you use your fishing rod; and, the "Master" enchantment gives you an extra Fishing skill level, making it easier to reel in fish (and treasure). Enchanting a tool costs a Prismatic Shard and 20 Cinder Shards, and it's random which enchantment you get. But, you can keep rerolling for a new one if you have the resources to spend.
Live the Pirate Life - Professions and Food
There are a few more ways to ensure success in finding a Dinosaur Egg while fishing, as well. Once you reach Level 10 in the Fishing skill, you can choose the Pirate profession, if you chose the Fisher profession at Level 5. This adds another 15% chance to find a treasure chest while fishing.
Remember, you can switch professions at the Statue of Uncertainty in the Sewers.
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While you're living life like a pirate, it can also be helpful to eat like one. Since you only get the items from a treasure chest if you manage to catch the fish as well, consider eating food that increases your Fishing skill. This is to ensure you actually do catch the fish and receive the treasure. The following dishes increase your Fishing skill temporarily:
- Seafoam Pudding (+4)
- Lobster Bisque (+3)
- Fish Stew (+3)
- Dish O' The Sea (+3)
- Escargot (+2)
- Fish Taco (+2)
- Trout Soup (+1)
- Maple Bar (+1)
- Chowder (+1)
- Shrimp Cocktail (+1)
Catch a Movie
This is probably the least obvious method for finding a Dinosaur Egg: head to the Movie Theater! This is only possible after you complete either the Community Center or the JojaMart Community Development Form. Inside the Movie Theater, you'll find a crane game where you can try to win some cool prizes.
A Dinosaur Egg can sometimes be found hidden behind the foliage in the crane game. Dropping another prize will reveal it. There's a rare chance for the game to have a Dino Egg as a prize, but you can go in and out to refresh the prizes as many times as you can afford. Unfortunately, about 25% of the time you see a movie, there'll be another person using the crane game.
Head to Skull Cavern
Skull Cavern is home to many rare items, including the elusive Prismatic Shard. However, you can also find a Dinosaur Egg here if you're lucky. There's a random chance for the "infested" floor to be a prehistoric floor.
On these prehistoric floors, you'll sometimes find Dino Eggs as forageable items, which is so exciting if you don't have one yet. If not, you might get lucky with the Pepper Rex enemies found here.
These dinosaurs primarily appear on these prehistoric floors and have a good chance to drop a Dino Egg when killed (about 10%). They can be found on other floors, but this is where they appear in the highest numbers.
Eradicate Dust Sprites for a Helpful Ring
You may have noticed the Monster Eradication Goal chart in the Adventurer's Guild on the wall. You'll earn some cool rewards for completing these challenges. If you slay Dust Sprites, you'll be rewarded with the Burglar's Ring.
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This Ring greatly increases the chances (about 2x) for monsters to drop loot. This means that you'll have around double the chance of those Pepper Rexes dropping a Dino Egg when you defeat them.
With the new Volcano Forge, you can also supercharge the assistance you get from Rings. The Forge allows you to combine two Rings for the price of 20 Cinder Shards. Combining two Rings into one means you don't need to unequip another to make way for the Burglar's Ring. There's also the new Lucky Ring that was added in the same update. By combining the Lucky Ring and the Burglar's Ring, you'll be finding a Dino Egg in no time.
Improve Your Luck
Speaking of Luck: your Luck rating has quite a few uses in the game, and it can increase your chances of finding a Dinosaur Egg, too. First and foremost, your luck can determine the chance of finding treasure while fishing. Additionally, if you find a Dino Egg in Skull Cavern and then get knocked out by enemies, your Luck determines how many items you lose, meaning you're less likely to lose that precious find.
You can increase your Luck in a few ways. There are some recipes that temporarily increase it, you can get a permanent upgrade after completing Secret Note #20, and the aforementioned Lucky Ring will also give you a nice boost. You also have a daily Luck rating, which you can check by selecting the "Fortune Teller" on your TV.
These dishes will give you a temporary Luck buff:
- Magic Rock Candy (+5) - However, this cannot be cooked and must be obtained in other ways.
- Lucky Lunch (+3)
- Pumpkin Soup (+2)
- Banana Pudding (+1)
- Fried Eel (+1)
- Ginger Ale (+1)
- Shrimp Cocktail (+1)
- Spicy Eel (+1)
It's worth noting that Shrimp Cocktail gives a Fishing buff and a Luck buff, so if you're trying to find a Dinosaur Egg in treasure chests, this is a great option.
When it comes to finding a Dinosaur Egg, there's one bit of advice that will save you from frustration more than anything else: be patient. Just like finding a Prismatic Shard or an Ancient Seed, finding a Dino Egg can sometimes take a very long time.
Stardew Valley is meant to be a relaxing game, so don't let yourself get too worked up. You'll find a Dinosaur Egg, it just might not happen right away. Sit back, take a deep breath when yet another treasure chest just has a single Geode in it, and be patient.
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Stardew Valley: How to Get Dinosaur Egg
As players build up their farms in Stardew Valley, they will gain the ability to raise many different animals in special barn buildings. While the majority of Stardew Valley's animals can be purchased through Marnie, there are some that can only be gotten through special means.
One of the special animals that even some seasoned Stardew Valley players may not know about are dinosaurs. Some may already know about the Pepper Rex enemies that can be found in Skull Cavern, but not the dinosaurs that players can raise in their coops on their farms.
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Dinosaurs kept in coops produce dinosaur eggs that can be incubated to make more dinosaurs, sold at a base price of g, donated to the museum, or be made into dinosaur mayonnaise that can be sold at a base price of g.
There are a few different ways for players to get their first dinosaur egg so they can get even more from the hatched dinosaur. Thanks to the egg technically being considered an artifact due to it being able to be donated to the Stardew Valley museum, players have a chance to find a dinosaur egg digging up artifact spots and fishing up treasure chests.
Another method of finding dinosaur eggs is through Pepper Rex enemies. These enemies are found in Skull Cavern and have a 10% chance of dropping dinosaur eggs after being defeated by a player. Players can also find dinosaur eggs as a forage item on prehistoric floors in Skull Cavern. They will however need to deal with many Pepper Rex enemies, Mutant Flies, and Iridium Bats.
The final way to find a dinosaur egg is by winning it in the crane game located in the Stardew Valley movie theater. The movie theater can be made available after players either complete the Community Center or have the Community Center taken over by Joja. Inside the theater is a crane game that will give players three chances to play each time they pay for it. As the dinosaur egg is one of the rare prizes in the crane machine, there is a chance that it can be hidden from the player with foliage.
After players get their egg, it's best to put it in a coop's incubator so it can hatch. It may be tempting to immediately donate it, but more dinosaur eggs will be produced by the hatched dinosaur after it grows up. Even though these eggs are fresh and not ancient, they can still be donated.
Stardew Valley is available now on mobile devices, PC, PS4, Switch, and Xbox One.
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Spawning items in Stardew Valley is not done via commands, but rather through a cheat in which you must set your character's name, or the name of an animal, to the item code of the item you wish to spawn surrounded by [ and ].
Spawn Using Animal Name
To spawn this item using an animal's name, visit Marnie's Ranch, speak to Marnie and purchase an animal (we recommend a chicken as it is cheapest). Name the animal  and press OK. You will then receive the dinosaur egg item.
Spawn Using Character Name
You can only set your character's name once, at the start of the game (when you create your world), for this reason we recommend you use the animal name method. If you do wish to use this method, first set your character's name to  when creating your save. Whenever you speak to a villager that says your name in dialogue (for example Gus at the Stardrop Saloon) you will be given the dinosaur egg item.
If you need more help with spawning dinosaur egg, we have a detailed guide on our blog - click here to visit that page.
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