How to break sea debris in Disney Dreamlight Valley

You will encounter many obstacles on your way through Disney Dreamlight Valley. These obstacles will prevent you from advancing until you can get rid of them or prevent you from seeing the rest of an area. One of the more uncomfortable obstacles is Sea Debris. These blue rocks appear at Dazzle Beach and prevent you from crossing the bridge. Here’s how to break the sea debris in Disney Dreamlight Valley.

How to destroy sea debris

Before you can break the Sea Debris, you must first unlock both Moana and Maui. These two characters unlock back-to-back after gaining access to their realm in Dream Castle. The cost of entering this area is either 50 or 3,000 Dreamlight depending on when you access it. Once both have arrived in the valley, the journey continues.

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Once Maui reaches the valley, complete his quests and increase his friendship level to level four. You can easily increase his friendship level by giving him his favorite daily items and talking to him. Once he reaches friendship level four, he will give you the quest A Tale of Stone and Fire. During this quest you will be tasked with returning to the Moana region in Dream Castle to retrieve some items for Maui.

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After you return the items to Maui, he will upgrade your pickaxe to be powerful enough to break up the sea debris. You don’t need to complete the rest of the quest to keep the upgrade, but you do need to complete it if you want to continue his questline. Breaking sea debris gives you a lot of sand, which is useful for making glass. How to break sea debris in Disney Dreamlight Valley

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