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Disney Dreamlight Valley: How to Unlock Oswald

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Disney Dreamlight Valley: How to Unlock Oswald

The new act for A Rift in Time expansion of Disney Dreamlight Valley is now available with all new story content which includes a new character named Oswald. The first step in progressing the story of Act II of A Rift in Expansion is getting hands on an artifact called the Spark of Imagination and unlocking Oswald for which players will have to complete multiple story quests.

This guide will help you how to unlock Oswald in Disney Dreamlight Valley.

How to Unlock Oswald in Disney Dreamlight Valley

Unlocking Oswald in Disney Dreamlight Valley will require players to complete a story quest named The Spark of Imagination. Players will be able to unlock this quest and pursue it once they have completed the A Bit of Help From Your Friends quest for Merlin. As this quest for Merlin contains three additional quests for EVE, Gaston, and Rapunzel, players must complete all of them to figure out the secrets in the Ancient Ruins.

During the A Bit of Help From Your Friends quest, players will have to solve a puzzle for each Chamber in the Ancient Ruins which will lead to opening a Trap Door to the depths of the ruins. Once down there, players will meet Oswald for the first time. Reaching the depths will reveal the Spark of Imagination artifact and start the quest for Oswald as well.

Now, for the quest, players will have to go through the platforms to reach the Spark of Imagination artifact for which they have to solve a puzzle for each platform starting with raising the bridge.

Completing the Spark of Imagination quest unlocks Oswald and makes him appear in Eternity Isle. However, if you wish to put down Oswald’s House, you will have to complete the Oswald’s Many Dimensions quest. It is the first Friendship Quest for Oswald and will require you to gather several materials and items for placing down Oswald’s House in the Eternity Isle.

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