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How to get Emeralds in Disney Dreamlight Valley

Emeralds are required to complete Disney Dreamlight Valley quests, and we’ve got everything you need to find them.

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Disney Dreamlight Valley player using a pickaxe near Emeralds

Disney Dreamlight Valley is full of your favorite Disney characters, and if you’re struggling to find Emeralds to complete quests, we’ve got everything you need to find them.

Disney Dreamlight Valley is every Disney fan’s dream come true. Create your character and live in the beautiful Dreamlight Valley with some of film’s most iconic characters, like Mickie Mouse and Goofy.

Of course, you can’t just relax during your stay in Dreamlight Valley, as plenty of your fellow residents have quests for you to complete. Specifically, many will be asking you for Emeralds that you’ll need to find for them.

Thankfully, we’ve got everything you need to find Emeralds in Disney Dreamlight Valley, which should make these tasks much easier.

Disney Dreamlight Valley Emeralds locations

There are two specific locations where you’ll be able to find Emeralds in Disney Dreamlight Valley: Forest of Valor and Glade of Trust.

Heading anywhere else to search for these green gems will be a fool’s errand, as they don’t spawn in any other locations.

It’ll cost you 3,000 Dreamlight to open the Forest of Valor, while the Glade of Trust asks for 5,000 Dreamlight to allow you to enter. While you can search in just one location, we recommend saving up and unlocking both areas to maximize your chances of acquiring Emeralds.

Merlin and a Disney Dreamlight Valley character

How to mine Emeralds in Disney Dreamlight Valley

Mining Emeralds in Disney Dreamlight Valley is pretty straightforward. Check along the walls for tall black rocks, and start smashing them with a pickaxe.

Be warned, you aren’t guaranteed an Emerald every time you break these rocks, but there is a small chance they’ll drop an Emerald. Rocks respawn after five minutes too, so you can travel between Forest of Valor and Glade of Trust repeatedly until you get enough.

Even if you don’t find Emeralds, there’s a good chance you will find other gems or ores in the process, which you can sell for coins or place in storage for future quests.

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