Dauntless is now out of beta, letting players get a taste of hunting dangerous wildlife and using its parts, such as the conductive shockspine to fashion themselves new armor and weapons.
Here's everything you need to know about how to get the conductive shockspine reagent in Dauntless to upgrade and craft yourself new gear.
Dauntless Conductive Shockspine
The conductive shockspine is one of many reagents in Dauntless which players can use when crafting gear. It drops from the Shockjaw Nayzaga, which is a variant of the Nayzaga Behemoth. It's worth keeping in mind that you'll have to target the right variant, as the item doesn't drop off the other monsters.
Slaying a Shockjaw Nayzaga automatically gives you a chance at earning one conductive shockspine or more. If you want to increase your chances, however, try breaking the Behemoth's back.
Most of Dauntless' Behemoths, have an elemental weakness and the Shockjaw Nayzaga is no exception. Given how it's weak to the Terra element, you might want to imbue your weapons with it and equip some shock armor when farming for conductive shockspine.