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|For the collectibles in GTA V, see Peyote Plants in GTA V.|
Peyote Plants are a collectible in Grand Theft Auto Online, added as part of the continuation of the The Diamond Casino & Resort update, released on October 31, 2019, during the Halloween Surprise 2019 event.
- The plants were initially active from October 31 2019 to November 14, 2019.
- They were made available again on April 6, 2020, for one week.
- They returned for Halloween 2020, on October 22, 2020.
|Keep an eye out for peyote plants that have appeared across Los Santos and Blaine County.|
There are 76 peyote plants scattered throughout the state of San Andreas, located either on land or in the ocean. They work almost identically to the Peyote Plants in GTA V, however, they spawn at different locations. Unlike Playing Cards and Action Figures, these respawn after roughly 24 in-game hours and there is no final reward given to the player for collecting them all.
The plants can also be eaten while in passive mode. This way, the player cannot hurt anyone while playing as an animal, nor can they be harmed themselves.
If one is playing with a controller, it will start vibrating once they are near a peyote plant. When consumed, the player starts hallucinating and will pass out, after which they will spawn as a random animal. The selection of animals the player has a chance to spawn as is dictated by where the plant is located – on land or in the ocean. The following is a list of which animals the player can be transformed into:
- Land animals & birds:
- Sea creatures:
There are also two special animals the player can turn into. The peyote plant in the backyard of the Clinton Residence will turn the player into Chop, though during their activation in October of 2020, there is a known chance of the peyote instead turning the player into any random animal. In Grapeseed, at the base of Mount Chiliad, there is a plant that will transform the player into Bigfoot if consumed between 03:00 and 08:00 and while the weather is foggy. Bigfoot has super strength and increased health, and it can swim and use weapons, but unlike in single player cannot drive or enter buildings. The police will also ignore the player.
The player can end the hallucination at any time, after which they will spawn at the nearest hospital and be awarded 5,000 RP. The event also ends if the player dies or goes into water.
Note: Images for locations 58 and 61-76 do not show the actual plants, as they were removed from the game on November 14.
|Ref Number||Location Description||Image||Map|
|1||In LSIA, near some benches.|
|2||At the deepest part of the water between Banning and Elysian Island.|
|3||Underwater, off the coast of Elysian Island, next to a tanker ship wreck.|
|4||Underwater between the Los Santos Naval Port and Terminal, near some debris.|
|5||Underwater, next to two large poles and other debris.|
|6||On the beach near Terminal.|
|7||Underwater off the coast of Palomino Highlands, next to two rock formations.|
|8||On the largest island in Palomino Highlands.|
|9||Outside Lester's House.|
|10||Underwater, near the end of the Los Santos River in Cypress Flats.|
|11||Next to a house on Roy Lowenstein Boulevard, Davis.|
|12||In the back garden of the Clinton Residence in Strawberry.|
|13||Near the basketball courts at the BJ Smith Recreational Center.|
|14||Underwater, at the entrance to the Puerto Del Sol Marina.|
|15||In the garden in front of the "The Viceroy Hotels & Resorts" hotel.|
|16||Underwater next to a large rock, southeast of the Del Perro Pier.|
|17||On a large sandy underwater area, off the coast of Pacific Bluffs.|
|18||On the balcony of an orange house in Del Perro.|
|19||Next to a pool behind the Elgin House in Morningwood.|
|20||Next to a pool of one of the mansions in Rockford Hills.|
|21||On a pathway next to the Little Seoul Church.|
|22||In the park in Burton, next to a pathway.|
|23||In an alley in Downtown Vinewood.|
|24||At Broker Park, East Vinewood, next to a tree.|
|25||On a small grassy area in Legion Square.|
|26||Next to a red container, close to the Los Santos Customs in La Mesa.|
|27||On the small island in the lake in Mirror Park.|
|28||Near the small dam at the eastern end of the LS River in Murrieta Heights.|
|29||In the north of Palomino Highlands, next to the small sea cave at the end of the dirt road.|
|30||Next to the bulkheads of a sunken container ship.|
|31||Underwater, in the see cave in Tataviam Mountains.|
|32||Near a small silo in Tataviam Mountains.|
|33||Next to the Land Act Reservoir in Tataviam Mountains.|
|34||Next to some sofas at a house in Downtown Vinewood.|
|35||In the back garden of a mansion in Lake Vinewood Estates.|
|36||In the back garden of a mansion on South Mo Milton Drive, Vinewood Hills.|
|37||In a small garden next to the pool of a mansion in Richman.|
|38||Off the coast of Pacific Bluffs, near the Pacific Bluffs Country Club. Located in the deepest part of this underwater area, which is denoted by a small circular darker area on the map.|
|39||Off the coast of Chumash. Located in the third shallowest part of the water.|
|40||Behind a house in Chumash.|
|41||In the small garden next to the garage of a mansion in Banham Canyon.|
|42||Next to a small stream in Great Chaparral.|
|43||North of Mount Haan Drive, atop a hill.|
|44||Next to a pile of rubble near some small buidlings in the Grand Senora Desert.|
|45||In the RON Alternates Wind Farm, next to some trees and near a transmission tower.|
|46||Underwater near the Coveted Cove, surrounded by large rock formations.|
|47||At the end of one of the dirt roads in Davis Quartz.|
|48||Deep underwater off the coast of the San Chianski Mountain Range.|
|49||Underwater in the small cove next to the El Gordo Lighthouse, on a rock formation.|
|50||In Grapeseed, on the northeastern shore of the Alamo Sea.|
|51||Underwater in the Alamo Sea, next to some smaller rock formations.|
|52||In the small front yard of Taliana Martinez' safehouse in Sandy Shores.|
|53||Next to a weathered sofa at a run-down trailer home in southeastern Sandy Shores.|
|54||Southwest of the Sandy Shores Airfield, next to an abandoned mine.|
|55||Next to the front porch of a house on Route 68 Approach, Harmony.|
|56||In the middle of the Marina Drive cul-de-sac, near the site of Yucca Motel, Sandy Shores.|
|57||Underwater east of Calafia Road, next to some large concrete rubble.|
|58||In the Chiliad Mountain State Wilderness, at the end of a dirt path north of Cassidy Creek. The Raton Canyon Bridge is visible in the background.|
|59||At the peak of Mount Josiah.|
|60||In shallow water at Lago Zancudo.|
|61||Underwater west of the Zancudo Bridge, next to a sunk wooden boat.|
|62||On a small coastal spit near Fort Zancudo.|
|63||At a small sandy part of the seabed off the coast of North Chumash.|
|64||On the beach at the mouth of Cassidy Creek, near the Cassidy Creek Bridge.|
|65||Underwater in Paleto Cove, near the Sonar Collections Dock and next to coral.|
|66||At the tip of the peninsula near Paleto Bay.|
|67||At one of the houses on Procopio Drive, Paleto Bay.|
|68||Next to a tree and train tracks at the Donkey Punch Family Farm.|
|69||Underwater next to some coral, at the small archipelago off North Point, Paleto Bay.|
|70||Underwater off the coast of Paleto Bay, on a sandy seabed.|
|71||Next to a tree at a small picnic area east of the Procopio Truck Stop.|
|72||Under a small underwater overhang, off the coast of Heart Attacks Beach.|
|73||Next to a small body of water on Mount Gordo.|
|74||Next to a tree and train tracks, near Braddock Pass.|
|75||At a wooden signpost near the top of Mount Chiliad.|
|76||At the base of Mount Chiliad, on the northeast outskirts of Grapeseed.|
- Rarely, players can open their interaction menu and purchase weapons using the "Ammo" feature while playing as an animal. However, the only weapons that are not automatically removed from the player are throwables. This allows players to throw any item, such as Sticky Bombs, and the body of the animal plays a distorted animation when tossing.
- After turning into an animal, normal players will take significantly less damage to themselves when using explosives or falling, making it virtually impossible to kill themselves with these methods.
- No matter what the "Auto Show Bike Helmet" option in the interaction menu is set to, if the player gets on a motorcycle after ending the hallucination, the character will wear a helmet that has never been purchased.