Catch the Bunnies Running in the Plaza Disney Dreamlight Valley

In our Catch the Bunnies Running in the Plaza Disney Dreamlight Valley guide, we are going to show you how to begin and complete the “Bunnies on the Run” weekly quest for Wall-E. It’s nothing too complicated, as long as you don’t try to substitute rabbits from their natural habitat. They have to be from the Plaza. Here’s what you need to do.

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catch the bunnies running in the plaza disney dreamlight valley
Catch the Bunnies Running in the Plaza Disney Dreamlight Valley

Catch the Bunnies Running Around in the Plaza Disney Dreamlight Valley

To begin the Disney Dreamlight Valley “Bunnies on the Run” quest, where you have to catch the bunnies running around in the plaza, you first need to talk to Wall-E. So, take a look at your map to see where the little robot is at the moment. Once you reach him, have a chat and select the Bunnies on the Run weekly quest. After that’s done, head to the Plaza area of the map. The rabbits will spawn all over the zone, including behind houses and other objects (although I don’t think they appear indoors). They also run around, so you’ll have to keep your eyes peeled and be quick on your feet. On the bright side, you don’t have to approach them; you just chase and catch.

In order to complete the Bunnies on the Run quest in Disney Dreamlight Valley, you need to catch five bunnies that are running around the plaza. It actually doesn’t take that long, all things considered. The Plaza is not that big of an area, after all. And the rabbits won’t run outside of the boundaries of the zone. Once you manage to hunt down all five, head back to Wall-E to finish the weekly quest. Your rewards are going to be a thousand “friendship points” with the little robots, twenty Wild Spring Eggs, twenty Egg-cellent Fruit, and five Spring V-EGG-etables. Not a bad haul for what amounts to about five minutes of work if you’re efficient. Good luck!

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