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How to Fix Small Night Thorns Not Removing in Disney Dreamlight Valley

A thorny situation...

Players have been reporting a problem while trying to collect this Foraging duty, as they seem to not be able to reach the right amount of Night Thorns to collect this achievement. So let’s take a look at how to fix Small Night Thorns not removing in Disney Dreamlight Valley.

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How to Fix Small Night Thorns Not Removing in Disney Dreamlight Valley

The problem here seems not to be a bug, but rather a certain tendency by Disney Dreamlight Valley of rounding up the number of Small Night Thorns you need to remove. Basically, what happens is that even though you might be seeing “1.3k”, looking like you have collected all the ones you need, you might actually still be missing some to get the achievement.

The best way to find out how many Small Night Thorns you still need to remove to get this achievement is to wait and start a new day. Once a new day dawns and you start removing Small Night Thorns as the first thing, you should be able to see the actual number that you are still missing to collect it.

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If you’re sure that you have collected enough Small Night Thorns to reach the number and you still cannot collect the achievement, then we suggest that you still wait for the next day. Waiting a bit should be able to get the game to recognize how many Small Night Thorns you have collected and you should be able to get the achievement. Some players have reported having to wait up to five in-game days to get the achievement, so better be patient!

That’s all we have for you on how to fix Small Night Thorns not removing in Disney Dreamlight Valley. For more guides on the game, check out how to get Mushu and how to get Mulan.


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Damiano Gerli
Damiano Gerli is a gaming historian and freelance journalist, born with a faithful Commodore 64 by his side. He has been writing about games for 20+ years, with articles on gaming history published on Kotaku, PC Gamer, PcGamesN and Retro Gamer magazine. Say hi to him on Twitter at @damgentemp, or on his blog https://genesistemple.com (now dedicated to the history of video game design).