Disney Dreamlight Valley has a surprising number of areas to explore. Whether you’re looking for additional quests or finding hidden treasure, you might find something new in the Magic Kingdom. That being said, sometimes secrets are more frustrating than anything else. Enter the Mystical Cave of Disney Dreamlight Valley, a required part of the Dazzle Beach questline. This location can be frustrating to find… And, once you get in, even more annoying to clear. Worry not! We’ll explain how you can find it quickly and easily.
Where to Find the Mystical Cave in DDV
If you want to find the Mystical Cave, you’ll need to wait for Ursula’s questline. She’ll give you a crystal which you’ll need to open the door. Once you get the crystal, walk out of Ursula’s cave and head to the western grove of Dazzle Beach. You can find the hidden wall of the cave between the Pillar of Power and a tree.
Before even beginning the cave, you do need to make nice with Ursula. This villainous gives you a Crystal Key needed to break in.
Then, the Pillar of Power is by far the best way that you can find this cave entrance. The actual wall that holds the keyhole is located right next to the Pillar of Power.
Once you’re in the cave, you’ll need quite a few objects to find the Orb of Power that Ursula requires. For each room, you’ll need the following items:
- First Room: Aquamarine, Garnet, and Peridot for the statues.
- Second Room: Carrot, Wheat, and Tomato seeds for each planting slot. Harvest them when they’re done growing.
- Third Room: Make a veggie pasta with the Carrot, Wheat, and Tomato that you’ve harvested.
- Fourth Room: Fish for the orb.
Once you have the orb, you can place it in the Dazzle Beach Pillar to restore the pillar. Hope Ursula is proud!
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Jason Toro-McCue has committed his schooling to the study of the connection between game design and narrative. When he's not working on this bond through writing articles or guides, he's playing Dungeons & Dragons, or just playing games themselves and looking at the story there.