In this Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Artificial Blade Guide, we will guide you on how you can complete an artificial Blade Poppi in Xenoblade Chronicles 2. There are many unique and rare blades in Xenoblade Chronicles 2 and Poppi is one of them.
However, before you can wield it you are required to collect two items to complete it. In this Poppi Guide, we have listed all the items that you require to complete Poppi and where you can find these items.
Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Artificial Blade
Poppi is an artificial blade and you will require the help of Tora. Tora becomes your friend early in your game after some story progression. Poppi will tell you of all the items that are needed for Poppi before she can complete it for you.
The two items that you require are Perfect Range Sensor and Bion Connectors. You need one Perfect Range Sensor and three Bion Connectors before Tora can complete Poppi.
Perfect Range Sensor Location
Perfect Range Sensor can be easily found around the town. Defeat a few monsters around the town and you will eventually get a Perfect Range Sensor. You only need one Perfect Range Sensor for Poppi.
How to Get Bion Connectors
For obtaining Bion Connectors, you can do so by two ways. First, you purchase them from the shop for 4,000 credits per Bion Connector. They are available are nearly all vendors.
This is not feasible, as you will not have enough money at this point in the game. It is an option but not easy to opt for at the start of the game.
The second way of obtaining the Bion Connectors is by salvaging them.
There are two locations at which you can dive into the water to salvage three Bion Connectors. The first location is Saets Chief’s Residence. It is located near the market square.
The second location is Grodd Residential Zone located at the far end of one of the long piers.
Both of them are located in the Gormott Province. You can try salvaging at both of these points.
It is possible that you can get all three Bion Connectors at one salvaging point however if you do not find one at a point, change the point and you will get it. Your standard diving gear should be okay for the salvaging.