Soil is one of the most crucial materials in Disney Dreamlight Valley. Here's where you can find soil and what you can use it for in-game.
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Soil is an essential crafting item for many recipes in Disney Dreamlight Valley. But how do you get it? And what are the best Disney Dreamlight Valley soil locations?
Soil can be found by digging anywhere on the map with a shovel. However, some locations like the Plaza and Peaceful Meadows produce better soil drop rates.
You can use the soil to craft several decorative items for your house like flower pots and pillars. Additionally, the soil is required for a few different quests. Lastly, you can sell the soil at any of Goofy’s Stalls for 3 Star Coins.
Now that you know why soil is important in Disney Dreamight Valley, here’s an in-depth guide on where to find it and what to use it for.
Soil can be obtained by digging with the Royal Shovel.
Some locations drop more soil than others.
Soil can be used to craft decorations for your house.
You will also be needing soil for some quests.
You can sell soil at Goofy’s Cart for 3 Star Coins.
How To Get Soil
Soil in Disney Dreamlight Valley can only be obtained through one technique: digging. For this, you’ll first need a shovel.
You can find the shovel near the east side of the Plaza. It’s right there next to the Chez Remy building. After acquiring the shovel, you must equip it and start digging in the grass nearby. The interesting bit is that you can easily find soil right there in the Plaza.
Keep in mind that the drop rate of the soil isn’t 100%. So you might need to do a lot of digging to get the right amount of soil that you need. Additionally, you should dig in the grassy areas only.
It’s best to store the shovel in the Storage unit that can be found in your house. Dropping the shovel after your inventory is full is not the most efficient way to handle the shovel.
Although you can find soil in any biome in Disney Dreamlight Valley, there are a few biomes where soil drop rates are high. These are the biomes where soil is the most abundant.
Forest of Valor
Glade of Trust
Soil can be used to craft several different items in the game. These materials are crucial for customizing your Disney Dreamlight Valley house.
Since there are so many recipes that require soil, here’s a table of all these recipes. Keep in mind that some recipes require items made from soil and not soil directly. These recipes require Flower Pots, Rectangular Soil Areas, or Round Soil Areas.
Aside from crafts, there are several quests that also require you to use soil.
The Dreamlight Fountain
This is the last quest that you must do for Donald Duck. It’s only available in the Early Access version of Disney Dreamlight Valley. This quest requires you to complete the Forgotten Project quest with Donald Duck.
You can unlock the quest once you get to Friendship Level 10 with Donald Duck. You must have the Forgotten Lands biome unlocked
In this quest, you must build a small fountain in the village. The fountain requires a lot of crafting material, including 18 portions of soil. So you better have a lot of soil saved up. If not, get ready to do a lot of digging.
Village Project The Garden
This quest is Wall-E’s third quest and it requires you to rebuild the gardening region present in Peaceful Meadow.
As is apparent, you’ll need to unlock the Peaceful Meadow biome. You can easily unlock this biome by clearing the rocks that block the path to it using a Pickaxe. The Pickaxe can be acquired after completing The Royal Tools quest.
Moreover, the quest requires 33 units of soil, which is a lot. So you should save up on soil beforehand. You can always dig for more soil. The Peaceful Meadow is the perfect place for this as the quest takes place there.
My Kingdom For A Scroll
The first quest that you must complete for Mother Gothel is “My Kingdom For A Scroll”. This quest requires you to obtain the Sun’s Scroll by stealing it from Scrooge McDuck. Much like the previously-mentioned quest, this quest also requires 33 units of soil.
For this quest, you’ll need to unlock Mother Gothel via The Curse quest. Additionally, you’ll need to have Wall-E unlocked. Lastly, you’ll need to achieve Friendship Level 2 with the cunning witch Mother Gothel.
You can also sell your soil at Goofy’s Stall for 3 Star Coins for each unit of soil sold. You can find Goofy’s Stalls at key locations throughout the map. It’s not recommended to sell soil unless you’re done with all the quests that require it.
Soil is an abundant crafting material that can be found throughout the Disney Dreamlight Valley. However, knowing how to get soil and which locations have high soil drop rates is crucial for a convenient game experience.
Fortunately, you now know all about how you can obtain soil and where from. To summarize, you’ll need to get a shovel and dig in key locations to get the best soil drop rates.
Moreover, soil can be used to craft various decorative items for your house. You can also use it in several quests or sell it at Goofy’s Stalls for 3 Star Coins.