How to get Dream Shards in Disney Dreamlight Valley

On your way through Disney Dreamlight Valley you collect a lot of different items. While items like softwood, iron ore, and flowers are important, no material is as important to the valley as dream shards. These small crystals are a source of Dreamlight Magic and are required to complete numerous quests in the game. It’s important to remember where to find these crystals lest oblivion set in again. This guide will show you how to get dream shards in Disney Dreamlight Valley.

Where to find dream shards in Disney Dreamlight Valley?

It won’t be long before you learn about the power of the Dream Shards in Disney Dreamlight Valley. Merlin lets you collect them fairly early in the game. After that, they become a necessary ingredient for almost every quest that requires you to craft some type of magic. Fortunately, these crystals are actually very easy to obtain.

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The first way to get Dream Shards is to destroy Night Thorns. Night Thorns are the dark tendrils that grow in the valley thanks to The Forgetting. Each time you open a new biome, you must eliminate Night Thorns. More night thorns appear every day, which you can also eliminate. Simply interact with these tendrils and your character will destroy them, occasionally leaving Dream Shards behind.

Related: How to collect and use Dreamlight in Disney Dreamlight Valley

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You can also get Dream Shards by digging. Take out your trusty Royal Shovel and start digging up the soil where you see it sparkling like in the picture above. These burial sites have a chance to spawn up to two Dream Shards at once. You also have a chance to spawn Night Shards, which are equally important crystals that you should hold on to. How to get Dream Shards in Disney Dreamlight Valley

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