Cooking is one of Disney Dreamlight Valley’s highlights. The entire process, from gathering the ingredients yourself to entering the restaurant and preparing the meals, is a magical one. However, gathering your ingredients before cooking is not always an easy task. Particularly if you’re looking for a specific ingredient, such as a specific fish. For example, if you’re hoping to catch a Fugu fish for dinner tonight, the circumstances need to be perfect. It’s tough, and that’s why we’ll show you exactly how to catch a Fugu Fish in this guide. So keep reading to find out!
How to Catch Fugu in Disney Dreamlight Valley
You can catch Fugu Fish in Disney Dreamlight Valley at Dazzle Beach. However, they won’t be available around the clock. Fugu only spawn when there is rainy or stormy weather. That’s because these fish tend to hang out deeper in the water, where you can’t fish for them. But, they move in closer to the beach when it rains or storms. As a result, Fugu Fish only spawn and can be caught on Dazzle beach only when it’s raining or storming. As soon as it clears up, they’ll stop spawning.
So, if you want to catch a Fugu Fish, you’ll have to go fishing at Dazzle Beach when it’s raining or storming. This means you’ll have to pay close attention to the weather and take advantage of when it changes. As soon as the weather changes to rain or storm, go to Dazzle Beach and look for the gold fishing pools. These fishing pools contain Fugu Fish, but it is not guaranteed that you will catch one because these golden pools also contain Swordfish, so it is a game of chance.
However, you’ll eventually catch one by fishing the golden pools at Dazzle Beach when it’s raining or storming. Once you’ve caught a Fugu Fish, you can sell it for 900 Star Coins, or consume it for 1700 Energy. Or, if you’re more adventurous, you can use the fish to try out a new recipe, such as Fugu Sushi.
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Riley Fonger is a Calgary-based freelance writer. He is currently studying Journalism and Public Relations at Mount Royal University. Riley has been a sports and video game enthusiast since he was a child. If he isn't writing, he is most likely competing in an FPS game or in a pick-up game with his friends.