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Disney Dreamlight Valley: How to Complete the Tower Quest



Disney Dreamlight Valley - The tower quest

Pursuing the main Expansion Questline in Disney Dreamlight Valley will soon bring players to meet with Rapunzel in the Wild Tangle biome. Upon meeting with Rapunzel, players will get to initiate her starting quests which are essential for both progressing ahead in the expansion storyline and unlocking Rapunzel as a villager. The final quest for Rapunzel is The Tower requiring players to get Rapunzel to her Tower and remove all the Swirling Sands in the Tower to get the Jewel of Time.

In this guide, we’ll tell you how to complete the Tower Quest in Disney Dreamlight Valley.

How to Complete the Tower Quest

The Tower Quest starts right after completing the Sundial quest for Rapunzel. Upon starting the quest, talk to Rapunzel and follow her towards the Tower and she will take you to the entrance of The Grove area. Unlock the Grove area using 4,000 Mist and continue forward. She will tell you to dig up 3x Vine Seeds from The Plains area in Glittering Dunes.

Make your way to the Glittering Dunes biome and search for the shiny ground patches in the sand. Use the Royal Shovel to dig up all three Vine Seeds and go back to Rapunzel. Remove the Swirling Sands around the Tower and place the Vine Seeds. Interact with the Tower while equipping the Hourglass to grow the Vines from the base of the Tower.

Now, enter Rapunzel’s Tower and investigate the chest to spawn a sandy version of Mother Gothel. Remove the Swirling Sands inside the room to deal with the sandy version of Mother Gothel and she will drop the Jewel of Time. Interact with the Jewel to equip it on the Hourglass.

Finally, interact with the chest again to retrieve Rapunzel’s Paints and give them to her to complete the quest.

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