This is a guide on Snurps and their types in Miitopia on Nintendo Switch. Read on to know the different types of Snurps, their rewards, and how to farm them!
Snurps are small, insect-looking monsters that you can encounter in Miitopia. They are pretty rare and some of them are actually pretty difficult to beat.
But, what makes them special is that most of them have pretty awesome drops that range from gold, incredible grub, and high EXP. There are a variety of Snurps in Miitopia with each one having different drops.
|No.||Name||EXP / Gold||Grub|
|161||Very Rare Snurp||
・Snurp Radish ★
・Snurp Radish ★★
・Snurp Radish ★
・Snurp Radish ★★
Since certain Snurps do provide useful drops, it is highly rewarding to farm some of them - with particular emphasis on Gold, Rich, Rare, and Very Rare Snurps.
Gold Snurps randomly appear on the map so grab the opportunity to defeat them for an easy 500 G. As for Rich Snurps, there is a spot in Galados Isle (noted in the image above) where they can be found. Check out our Gold Farming guide below for more details.
With the incredible EXP gains from these Snurps, it is highly recommended to defeat them whenever they appear to get to the max level easier. The easiest way to farm the Rare and Very Rare Snurps is one of the areas before the final boss in the Otherworld (noted in the image above). Check out the specific way to farm them in our guide below.
Both Rare and Very Rare Snurps have very little HP. However, they are quite tricky to kill. No matter what, your damage on them will range from 1-3 and these Snurps have a chance to run away.
To prevent this, it recommended to have a fast character that can outspeed this little creatures. Using skills that increase your damage will be useful here as well. For groups of Rare and Very Rare Snurps, it is recommended to have a Thief member (or two) on board. Then, use Hyper Sprinkles on them to boost their attack then finish it up with your other members.
Tasty Snurps appear randomly in the overworld so hunt them down whenever they appear. Delicious Snurps are trickier to find as they can only be found more often in quests as bosses. It is therefore not recommended to farm these kinds of Snurps seeing as there is no reliable place for them to be found.
There are better choices for grub to upgrade the stats of your characters. See our guide below.
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