How to get Moana in Disney Dreamlight Valley

How to Get Moana in Disney Dreamlight Valley

Go to Moana's realm and obtain the character in Disney Dreamlight Valley

Disney Dreamlight Valley’s gameplay requires the player to obtain various characters, such as Wall-E, Remy, and Moana, to get rid of the darkness of the land. So, those who want to know how to get Moana in the game can follow this guide to acquire this crucial team member.

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Obtaining Moana in Disney Dreamlight Valley

There are many characters that you can meet along the way in Disney Dreamlight Valley. One, in particular, is Moana, a valuable member you need to have in your realm. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to get this character:

  1. Enter Moana’s tropical realm.

    Once you acquire enough Dreamlight to enter Dream Castle, you can go through Moana’s gateway, which has a distinct symbol from the movie’s storyline (Merlin will call it ‘The Ocean with the Demigod.)Going inside Moana's realm

  2. Talk to Moana and gather materials.

    Moana will ask you to help her in a mission to find a rich fishing spot. During this time, you must find eight Wood and three Silk to aid her in this quest; they can be found scattered around the shores of the beach and by digging sparkling spots with your shovel.Collecting items for Moana

  3. Give Moana the items and talk to Maui.

    After you give Moana the Wood and Silk, you must speak to Maui, who can tell you how to clear the debris that blocks the canoe. Furthermore, he will only provide you with this information by completing a test (you’ll need to return to Moana and question her about his past adventures.)

  4. Initiate Maui’s test.

    The answers to Maui’s test in Disney Dreamlight Valley are the following: ‘Maui, Shapeshifter, Demigod of the Wind and Sea, hero to all!’, ‘Eels!’, and ‘Shapeshifting!’Maui's test in Disney Dreamlight Valley

  5. Clear up the blockage near the canoe.

    It’s time to use your new powers from Maui by cleaning up the debris near the canoe.Next step in Moana's quest in Disney Dreamlight Valley

  6. Go on the voyage to find the ‘rich fishing spot’ for Moana.

    You’ll begin your sea adventure and explore a few spots after you’ve talked to Moana and Maui. Players must select different locations and analyze the environment of each one, such as the Wrecked Boat, Sea Stack, Small Islands, and Coral Reef. Be aware that you’ll need to examine the Strange Map Memory to participate in this journey.Locating the fishing spot in Disney Dreamlight Valley

  7. Get the torch at Coral Reef.

    Once you’ve traveled to all the locations, you can grab the torch at Coral Reef and give it to Moana. As a result, you can ask her to sail through the mist to go to the fishing spot.Getting the torch in Disney Dreamlight Valley

  8. Use your fishing rod to collect a special fish.

    You’ll see a yellow fishing circle at the designated location, where you can get the Albino Tuna. Players must give this item to Moana to convince her to come to Dreamlight Valley. Fishing in Disney Dreamlight Valley

  9. Return to Dreamlight Valley and talk to Scrooge McDuck.

    You can place Moana’s home in your realm by paying 2,000 Star Coins to Scrooge McDuck. Next, you can open the Furniture tab in the menu and select her house, completing your mission to obtain the character.Placing Moana's home

Now that you know how to get Moana in Disney Dreamlight Valley, you can gather more characters by transporting to other realms. Before you go, you can look at the relevant links below and view our guide about the Founder’s Pack Editions.

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Kristina is a Staff Writer and has been with Twinfinite for more than a year. She typically covers Minecraft, The Sims 4, Disney Dreamlight Valley, anime, Call of Duty, and newly released games. She loves the Metal Gear Solid series (Snake Eater especially), Rockstar's Bully, the Horizon franchise, What Remains of Edith Finch, and many more. Her dog is also an avid video game watcher, primarily when there's a horse or a cat. She has a Bachelor's degree in English from the University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo and grew up gaming on the islands.