How to Get Magic Orb in Wacky Wizards

If you don’t know how to get the Magic Orb in Wacky Wizards, you’ve come to the right place. It is actually a bit tricky to obtain this ingredient; it only spawns in one place, and it’s not easy to get there. So, we’ll show you exactly where to find the Magic Orb, and what you need to do in order to reach its location.

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how to get magic orb in wacky wizards
How to Get Magic Orb in Wacky Wizards

How to Get the Magic Orb in Wacky Wizards

To get and find the Magic Orb in Wacky Wizards, you first have to turn yourself into a bee. There are two ways you can do this that we’re aware of. The first one is to find the beehive on the small tree near Oz’s cave. Take the Sleepy Bee ingredient from the beehive, go back to your cauldron and toss it in. This should spawn the Bee Disguise potion, which turns you into a bee for a limited time. Another option is to toss Honey and Robux into the cauldron to make the Queen Bee potion. When you drink it, it transforms you into a Queen Bee for a short while. Either of these options should work perfectly fine; the only important thing is that you become a bee.

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Become a bee and fly into the hole in the big tree

The next step to get the Magic Orb in Wacky Wizards, once you become a bee, is to fly towards the huge tree that lies behind your recipe book and the ingredient table. There’s a hole in the trunk of the tree, just under the canopy, with a sign that reads “Bees Only.” Well, you’re a bee now, so fly straight in. Next, fly all the way downwards, and that’s where you’ll find the Magic Orbs. Keep in mind that there will probably be other players trying to do the same thing you are, so it can get a little crowded. As for the potions you can make with this ingredient, we’ll let you discover those. If you need more visual assistance, check out our video below.

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