How to breed Helzephyr in Palworld
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Helzephyr is one of the most important Pals when it comes to the breeding process in Palworld. The Dark-type bird is crucial in a number of different breeding combinations, so you’ll want to ensure you have a couple to spare during the mid to late-game.

However, if you’re struggling to find Helzephyr out in the wild, you can successfully breed it yourself using several combinations. While many of these combinations involve late-game Pals, some allow you to breed Helzephyr at an earlier level in Palworld. To see the best breeding combinations for Helzephyr, keep reading my guide below.

Breeding Helzephyr in Palworld

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I’ll list just some of the possible breeding combinations you can use to produce Helzephyr in Palworld. However, keep in mind that some breeding combinations might not have been discovered yet, so this likely isn’t the full list:

  • Elizabee + Suzaku
  • Lyleen + Orserk
  • Jormuntide Ignis + Suzaku
  • Grizzbolt + Astegon
  • Pyrin Noct + Cryolinx
  • Orserk + Menasting

Out of this list, I think Lyleen + Orserk is the earliest path to breeding Helzephyr. You can breed both of these Pals during the mid-game (around level 30-35). Lyleen is bred through Mossanda + Petallia while Orserk is bred through Grizzbolt + Relaxaurus. You can capture/breed all of those Pals once you reach roughly level 30, which is the earliest point you can start breeding Helzephyr. Elizabee + Suzaku is also an early path to breeding the Pal, but Suzaku is a higher-level Pal out in the wild.

As always, you need to use the Breeding Station with a male and female Pal to breed Helzephyr. Once you insert some Cake into the storage chest of the station, your male and female Pals will get to work and eventually spawn a Large Dark Egg for you to incubate. After some time, that Large Dark Egg hatches your own level one Helzephyr.

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