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Creepvine Seed Clusters are a harvestable Raw Material found growing on Creepvines in the Kelp Forest. They grow together on Creepvines in clusters of seven total.

It appears as a cluster of translucent yellow seeds capable of emitting extremely bright bioluminescent glows - which makes them useful in illuminating a Seabase when lacking the blueprints for Light Sticks, Floodlights and Spotlights.

Creepvine Seed Clusters are a key ingredient for creating Lubricant and Silicone Rubber, making them a key component early in the game.

While harvesting Creepvine Seed Clusters in the Kelp Forest, players should be careful of getting attacked by aggressive fauna, like the Stalker.

It can be planted in an Exterior Growbed or the Alien Containment, growing new Creepvines with Creepvine Seed Clusters that the player can harvest. They need at least two stacked Alien Containments to fully mature.

Uses In Crafting

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Energy Value

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Data Bank Entry

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Mature creepvine plants that have survived the predation of small herbivores produce these bioluminescent seed clusters, which may be knocked loose by currents or consumed and later deposited by predators.

The embryo is surrounded by a thick oil and silicone layer, which would disperse into the ground as the outer skin deteriorated. This may provide the seedling with the nutrients it needs to survive the low-light conditions on the sea bed.

Assessment: Vital alien resource - Construction Applications