Unlock Simba Disney Dreamlight Valley

If you want to know how to unlock Simba in Disney Dreamlight Valley, you’ve come to the right place. In this guide, we are going to walk you through the whole process. It’s nothing too complicated; you just have to play the new content and you’ll get there eventually. But you want a bit more details, don’t you? Well, let’s dive straight in!

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unlock simba disney dreamlight valley
Unlock Simba Disney Dreamlight Valley

How to Unlock Simba in Disney Dreamlight Valley

To unlock Simba in Disney Dreamlight Valley, you first need to get access to the Lion King Realm. The door is, of course, in the castle. From the entrance, head up the stairs on the left. The door is going to be the first one on the right. You’ll recognize it easily, because it has Rafiki’s drawing of Simba on it. Naturally, you’ll have to give Merlin some Dreamlight in order to remove the thorny vines and gain access. Ten thousand Dreamlight, to be precise. After you’ve done that, you can explore the savanna and the jungle to your heart’s content. More importantly, you’ll be able to talk to Nala and get her quest, Eyes in the Dark.

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Lion King Realm door

The next step to unlock Simba in Disney Dreamlight Valley is to complete the entirety of Nala’s mission. That shouldn’t take too long, maybe about an hour or so. If you get stuck anywhere, check out our other guides like Plant Seeds in Holes Near the Ledge in Dried out Oasis and Find a Way to Lower Log Near Waterfall. Anyways, the last step in Nala’s quest is to talk to Scrooge to build Pride Rock in the valley. This will make Nala spawn in, and you can take a selfie with her. Once her mission is done, you’ll get Simba’s quest, Stars to Guide Us. At the end of it, you’ll also have access to the lion king himself. Good luck!

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