Scar, the ferocious lion, is the newest member of Disney Dreamlight Valley. Despite his evil persona, the Lion King antagonist is much friendlier in the Valley, which is why many people are eager to begin his quest line. To do so, you’ll need to unlock Sunlit Plateau, which requires a few quests to complete and a lot of Dreamlight. Nonetheless, if you want to meet the Lion himself, keep reading because this guide will show you how to unlock Sunlit Plateau and reach Scar.
How to Unlock Sunlit Plateau in Disney Dreamlight Valley
To unlock Sunlit Plateau in Disney Dreamlight Valley, you need to spend 7,000 Dreamlight to remove the Giant Night Thorns blocking the entrance. However, this won’t give you access to everything and everyone in the biome right away. If you want to unlock Scar and his quest in the biome, you’ll also need to restore the four pillars.
The first leg of the four pillars starts with the “Friendship Pillar” quest for Merlin and requires you to achieve level-five friendship with any three villagers. To accomplish this, you can hang out with characters, talk to them constantly, and give them gifts. Once this quest is complete, you’ll free the Orb of Friendship and its Pillar, but there are still three to go.
For the Pillar of Trust, you need to complete “The Curse” storyline quest for Mother Gothel in the Glade of Trust. For the Pillar of Power, you must complete the “With Great Power” quest in Dazzle Beach, another quest you get from Merlin. Lastly is the Pillar of Courage, which requires you to complete the “Lost in the Dark Grove” quest in the Forest of Valor. This is the first quest you get from Kristoff.
Once all four of those quests are complete and the pillars are restored, you can unlock Scar and his questline in Sunlit Plateau. You’ll also gain access to more areas in Sunlit Plateau that you can explore!
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