Stitch Friendship Quest Hidden Requirement Disney Dreamlight Valley

Not sure how to unlock the Stitch Friendship Quest in Disney Dreamlight Valley? We’ve got you covered! Stitch, also known as Experiment 626, is the third new character added with the Toy Store update in Disney Dreamlight Valley. Unlike Buzz and Woody, Stitch is a hidden addition, which means you’ll need to know where to find him first. In this guide, we explain what Stitch’s Friendship Quest Hidden Requirement is and how to start the Stitch Friendship Quest in Disney Dreamlight Valley.

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Stitch Friendship Quest Hidden Requirement Disney Dreamlight Valley

What Is the Hidden Requirement to Unlock Stitch Friendship Quest in Disney Dreamlight Valley

Once you complete the whole “Mystery of the Stolen Socks” questline with Donald, you’ll finally find Stitch and add him to your village. His Friendship Quest will also appear in your journal. However, it will be locked. Thus, you’ll first need to fulfil the requirements. Most of the requirements are described, and you know exactly what you need to do. However, there is one hidden requirement. Luckily for you, we know exactly what you need to do here.

You’ll need to find a specific item to unlock Stitch Friendship Quest. You can find this item in the Peaceful Meadow region. It is near the biggest pound there, in the northeast area of the region, right near the rocky formation forming the edge of the Peaceful Meadow. Check out our map below for the exact location. There you’ll spot a wooden board with a vandalized poster of Donald attached to it. And that’s the item you need to grab in order to start the Friendship Quest. Grab the poster (check our image below so that you know how it looks), and bring it back to Donald. This will initiate the “Goodness Level Check” quest, and you will be prompted to talk with Stitch about his behaviour.

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