For the daytime form, see Sunlight Dragonlily.

This uncommon plant can only be found at night.

Moonlight Dragonlilies are plants found only in Grineer Forests during nighttime. They often grow on the ground near grassy areas or bodies of water.

Each plant yields a Moonlight Dragonlily extract when scanned.

Farming Locations[edit | edit source]

These are based on opinions and may not be 100% true. These should be viewed as advice for finding the resources until better facts are proven. Note that the Moonlight Dragonlily can only spawn when it is nighttime on the Grineer Forest tileset.

Target Planet Name Type Level Tile Set
IconGrineerB.svg Earth Mantle Capture 2 - 4 Grineer Forest
IconGrineerB.svg Earth E Prime Exterminate 1 - 3 Grineer Forest
IconGrineerB.svg Earth Cervantes Sabotage 4 - 6 Grineer Forest

Blueprints Requiring Moonlight Dragonlily[edit | edit source]

Blueprint Type Quantity
Lapis Antitoxin Gear 1
Nightfall Apothic Gear 6
Topaz Antitoxin Gear 2
Vermillion Antitoxin Gear 4
Total 13

Last updated: Hotfix 29.9.1 (2021-02-24)

Gathering Tips[edit | edit source]

These are based on opinions and may not be true. These should be viewed as advice unless proven undoubtedly true. Check comments for confirmation. Results may vary.

  • When gathering extracts, the Cross-Matrix Widget can help expedite the process, as it grants each scan a chance to count as two scans, thus yielding an additional extract.
  • Six (6) scans are required for The Silver Grove quest.
  • A good mission to look into is Cervantes, Earth or E Prime, Earth on the lowermost levels of the maps around the air burst vents can yield 4-5 scans possible without boosters.
  • On Lith, Earth, two Moonlight Dragonlillies always spawn in the same place. From the starting area, hug the left border of the map and keep progressing to find the first one. The second one can be found just past the first one, in a tunnel by hugging the left border.
  • Doing a defense mission and searching around the edges of the map will usually net 1-2 per run. If none are found just abandon the mission and try again.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • The Dragonlily's name is derived from one of the Dracunculus vulgaris' nicknames. Its appearance is based on blossomed Liliums, a genus of herbaceous flowering plants growing from bulbs that are considered true lilies.

Media[edit | edit source]

Patch History[edit | edit source]

Update: The Silver Grove (2016-08-19)

  • Icons in Foundry changed to represent respective plants instead of vials with colored liquids.

Update 11.5 (2013-12-19)

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