Use Pickaxe to Free Water Source, Stars to Guide Us Disney Dreamlight Valley

If you can’t complete the Disney Dreamlight Valley Use Pickaxe to Free Water Source in the Stars to Guide Us quest, don’t worry, we have you covered. In this guide, we are going to explain how to finish this step of the mission in detail. It’s actually nothing complicated, so you should have no trouble pulling it off once you know what to do. Here we go!

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use pickaxe to free water source stars to guide us disney dreamlight valley
Use Pickaxe to Free Water Source, Stars to Guide Us Disney Dreamlight Valley

How to Free Water Source with Pickaxe in Disney Dreamlight Valley Stars to Guide Us

As the name of the Disney Dreamlight Valley Stars to Guide Us quest step clearly implies, you need to use your pickaxe to free the water source. It’s pretty similar to how you lowered the log in Nala’s quest. So, as you look at the piddly puddle of water around the tree, you’ll notice that there’s a sliver of it that trails towards the nearby cliff wall. You’ll recognize said wall by the large chunk of elephant spine and several ribs. You can’t miss it. Below the bones, you’ll see a crumbling rock. So, take out your pickaxe and break it. This will let the water flow more freely. I mean, the pool barely goes up a couple of inches, but it’s something.

how to free water source with pickaxe in disney dreamlight valley stars to guide us
Break the rock to release the water

And there you have it, that’s how you free the water source with your pickaxe in the Stars to Guide Us quest in Disney Dreamlight Valley. It’s also basically the ending of Simba’s quest, after which you unlock him in the valley. You will also have to take a selfie with him, but that’s really the least of your troubles after all of those seeds you’ve planted and whatnot. That’s all there is to it. For more info on the new content in Disney Dreamlight Valley, feel free to check out our other guides. Among others, we have articles like How to Put on Customized Mickey Ears, Remy Three Course Thank You and How to Glide and Sprint.

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