This guide, then, is only meant to help you spot the litter. In this Alternate save I haven’t picked up any litter even, and I hope it helps make them more visible.
Note: litters are much harder to spot the more litters you have picked up, you can learn more from here.
The 5 Litter Types
From Bottom Left to Top-Right = Box, Cans, & Bag
Locations? What Counts as “Grub Deep”??
These Area Transition Text (example above, it says “Feast”) that occasionally show up might clue you in when you enter a new area, but for some reason, sometimes going back and forth a certain screen line makes them stop appearing, either because some screens are specifically vague, two-way transition areas, or because there’s something put in place to prevent text spam. So your 2nd best way to know the boundaries of regions is actually the brush color; when moving screens and the color palette changes (including your currently held color), that’s a clue that you’re in another area.
Litter Locations in Grub Deep!
So I went and found all 7. I present to you, the 7 litters in order of when you would have access to them (if you were new player, anyway).
Haha. So this was a surprise, but actually, a certain part of “Feast” is, in fact, “Grub Deep”. It’s on the Shortcut Entrance when going Feast-Surface.
How I knew? Transition Text and the Color Palette changing when going to the screen below this:
And there you have it, 7 Litters of Grub Deep. Thanks for reading. I don’t give much directions as to how to get these litter, but I trust people can figure them out. They’re in screens you should have already discovered, anyway. Not some “secret entrance at the edge of another screen requiring specific ways to enter”-type-of-litter. I believe people are missing these because again, litters become harder to spot when you keep collecting them. So a fresh alternate save is actually the best way to hunt for them.
If you’re curious as to how to play with an alternate save without wiping your main save’s progress, this thread might help. At the bottom I typed out what I was doing to make it work since it didn’t exactly work how Greg told me it would I thought I just needed to move the main save out and the game will automatically forget my main save, but basically I had to turn off steam cloud save for Chicory (go to Library -> Manage -> Properties… -> General) & actually just manually delete any persistently remembered main-save file in-game after having copied/backed up the save somewhere else safely.
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