How to Get Sunbird Feathers in Strut Your Stuff Disney Dreamlight Valley

Having trouble puzzling out How to Get Sunbird Feathers in the Strut Your Stuff Disney Dreamlight Valley quest? Yeah, so do a bunch of other people, it seems. Well, in this guide, we are going to explain how to obtain these feathers and how often you can do it. Yeah, your progress in this quest will be somewhat staggered by spawn times, unfortunately.

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how to get sunbird feathers in strut your stuff disney dreamlight valley
How to Get Sunbird Feathers in Strut Your Stuff Disney Dreamlight Valley

How to Get Sunbird Feathers, Strut Your Stuff Disney Dreamlight Valley

To get Sunbird Feathers for the Disney Dreamlight Valley Strut Your Stuff quest, you have to go into the Sunlight Plateau. That’s where this particular type of bird lives, and therefore, that’s where their feathers can be found. You can pick up anywhere between one and four feathers at a time. If you find only one, feed the Sunbirds, and you’ll get three more. They feed on flowers, and different types prefer different flowers (Orange Houseleek for Orchid Sunbirds, Green Passion Lily for Emerald, Red Bromeliad for Red, Sunflowers for Golden, Pink Housleek for Turquoise.) After you get four feathers, you’ll have to wait for about six real-time hours for the next bunch to spawn.

And there you have it, that’s how you get Sunbird Feathers in the Strut Your Stuff quest in Disney Dreamlight Valley. Mirabel, the NPC that gives you the mission, will even tell you that it will take a couple of days to finish. Not exactly what I’d call decent quest design; I hate when developers stagger player progress like this. It is what it is. By the way, Strut Your Stuff is a part of the WALL-E bundle that you have to purchase for Moonstones. Four thousand Moonstones, to be exact. And then they give you a quest like this? Oh well, what can you do? If you need more help with DDV, check out our other guides, like Forgotten Memories Friendship Quest and Miracles Take Time.

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