Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot

Son Goku may be the most powerful warrior of all time, but that doesn’t mean that he can survive in Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot without purchasing items. In this role-playing game, money is primarily used for purchasing healing items, which are extremely important to have in possession as Goku and his friends take on more powerful opponents as the adventure proceeds.

Here’s how to farm money in the most efficient way in Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot

How to Farm Money in Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot

Money is Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot is known as Zeni, and it is used to purchase a variety of items, including healing items, from the shops that can be found in villages. To make any money farming method more efficient, we suggest you max out the Adventure Community Board, as some of its perks increase the value of items that can be sold in shops.

Even if you don’t max out the Adventure Community Board, selling materials dropped by Dinosaurs and Dragons is a very good farming method. Dinosaurs can drop Dino Horn and Fangs which can be sold for 1,800 Zeni each. If you cannot find any Dinosaur, you can go after Dragons, although their Horns and Fangs sell for considerably less, only 600 Zeni each.

If selling items is your thing, and you love fishing as well, you may want to sell the Golden Fish Scales, obtained by fishing the rare Golden Fish. To increase your chances of finding one, use Holy Crab as bait.

Lastly, you can get 30,000 Zeni for free by finding the Dragon Balls after defeating Frieza. The Dragon Balls respawn every 20 minutes, so it is not possible to find them over and over to farm money. Use the cooldown time to go after Dinosaurs or Dragons to maximize your money farming.

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