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Fortnite: How to Complete All Dragon Ball Z Quests

The Fortnite Dragon Ball Z crossover presents the latest in a line of different worlds colliding with Fortnite – making for unique quests, cosmetic items, and big rewards. Here’s everything you need to know about the event.

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The ‘Adventure Island’ for Dragon Ball Z is essentially a spin on Fortnite’s traditional ‘creative’ mode – so even though you won’t be building anything, it is entered entirely the same way.

To enter, you need to select a game mode on the main screen once in Fortnite. From there, simply scroll down until you locate ‘Adventure Island.’

You can also jump directly into Adventure Island by using the ‘creator code’ as follows: 5642-8525-5429.

While looking for Adventure Island, you might notice another Dragon Ball-related option – ‘Dragon Ball Super Episode Festival.’ This needs to be entered the same way, depending on the event you’re trying to gain access to.

Adventure Island, once you’re on board, is essentially an in-game Fortnite tribute to all things Dragon Ball.

The island is broken up into multiple parts; 5 total, which are each themed and correspond to a location from the anime. These are accessible by Capsule Corp ships.

The most exciting part of this crossover, naturally, is the ability to complete quests/missions to earn Dragon Balls. While you can also jump into the tournament on the island for some PvP fun, or head on over to Dragon Ball Super Episode Festival to watch some free episodes of ‘Dragon Ball Super,’ the focus of this guide is to explore exactly where and how to complete the additional quests as part of this limited time crossover.

So, when does the ‘Adventure Island’ end?

You have until August 30th to complete the various quests, but likely until September 17th to continue to have access to Adventure Island and streaming free episodes of Dragon Ball Super (unfortunately for us, they play the same episodes on repeat).

Before you try to get your anime fix, here’s how to complete the quests in Dragon Ball Z’s crossover event before time runs out!

How to Complete All Dragon Ball Z Quests in Fortnite

The Dragon Ball crossover event might be the biggest in the history of Fortnite yet, offering tons of Dragon Ball themed cosmetic items in the shop, Capsule Corps capsules for obtaining rare items, and all of Adventure Island to explore.

You can gain access to all of the Dragon Ball quests for this event by selecting the ‘Dragon Ball’ at the top of the main menu – as the event goes on, more quests may become available – so keep an eye out!

Dragon Ball Z Quest Categories and Rewards

The quests are broken up into different subcategories which include: “Warm-up,” “Sparring Practice,” “Strength Training,” “Agility Training,” “Endurance Training,” “Focus Training,” and “Recovery.”

Completing these quests will raise your power level and net you some Dragon Balls; collecting 7 of which will help you to unlock the Shenron Glider!

Here are all of the current quest rewards available to players in order from most difficult to most easily attained:

Shenron Glider: “Collect 7 Dragon Balls.”

Charging Up Emote: “Attain Power Level 120 million.”

Level for Battle Pass: “Attain Power Level 110 million.”

Super Saiyan Blue Goku Spray: “Attain Power Level 100 million.”

Level for Battle Pass (II): “Attain Power Level 90 million.”

Boosting Ki Emote: “Attain Powder Level 80 million.”

Level for Battle Pass: “Attain Power Level 70 million.”

Bulma’s Wink Emote: “Attain Power Level 60 million.”

Level for Battle Pass: “Attain Power Level 50 million.”

Dragon Radar Back Bling: “Attain Power Level 40 million.”

Fusion! Spray: “Attain Power Level 30 million.”

Level for Battle Pass: “Attain Power Level 20 million.”

Smiling Goku Emote: “Attain Power Level 10 million.”

Important Quest Locations in the Adventure Island Crossover

As for the quests themselves, they are all self-explanatory for the most part, and fall within each different subcategory depending on what they’ll have you be doing.

Warm-up” consists of:

  • “Opening (2) Capsule Corp capsules (Stage I).”
  • “Collect the ‘Nimbus Cloud’ or ‘Kamehameha’ across five different matches (Stage II).”
  • “Visit a familiar training location.”
  • “Purchase an ‘item’ from a Dragon Ball Vending Machine.”
  • “Destroy 100 objects or more with a Kamehameha.”
  • “Travel 1,500 meters while on a Nimbus Cloud.”
  • “Watch Dragon Ball Super in Dragon Ball Super Episode Festival.”

To gain access to all seven Dragon Balls, you’ll need to complete (3) total out of all the quests in each of the individual subcategories.

After completing a specific Dragon Ball quest, you’ll get a certain amount of Power Levels. Once this reaches a certain point, depending on how many quests you complete, you’ll be able to collect the limited-time cosmetic items in-game. Each reward matches to a certain “Power Level.”

If you’re confused about where to locate Capsule Corps capsules – they are often found falling from the sky throughout the map while playing. You can always access your map to see an icon of where they can be found.

The remainder are perhaps self-evident for fans of the franchise.

For “Visiting a Familiar Training Location,” for example, you’ll just need to visit Kames’ House. This can be found on the far East of the map.

Collecting Nimbus Clouds or the Kamehameha is as simple as getting them throughout matches, where they can be obtained from Capsule Corps capsules, the Dragon Ball Vending Machine, or from Bulma.

There are three vending machines total, and they can be located in Rocky Reels, the intersection between Shifty Shafts and Coney Crossroads, and Rave Cave. See below. An item requires 250 Gold Bars.

During this Dragon Ball event, you will need to visit a bounty board to join a Versus Battle – so keep this in mind for completing the “Join a Versus Battle” quests.

For quests that require you to access Dragon Ball Super Episode Festival – simply join a Fortnite/Dragon Ball lobby, via the main menu under ‘Play.’

Once you’re there and head on over to the ‘Discover’ tab, you should be able to scroll until you find Fortnite/Dragon Ball, with 6 different episodes you can watch. Select whichever one you’d like to watch and load it into a lobby. You don’t need to watch the entire thing if you don’t want to – only a couple of seconds are required to complete the quest.

For time trial missions and obstacle courses that are location-based: the mushroom obstacle course will require you to visit “Reality Falls” and look for the hovering blue clock – once there, activate it and you’ll need to collect all the blue clocks around to complete the course.

The ‘desert’ time trial is near the Rock Reels. Again, you’ll want to keep an eye out for the hovering blue clock to activate the time trial, and once initiated, you’ll have to collect all the blue clocks within the allotted time frame to successfully complete the quest.

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Terraria: How to Defeat New Daytime Empress in Terraria 1.4.4 Update

Strategy guide to defeating the Daytime Empress in the latest Terraria Update.

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Even before the Terraria 1.4.4 update, defeating the Empress of Light during the day is an absolute nightmare. Especially when facing her much harder difficulty levels.

She has the potential of one-hitting you and your strategy involves stacking multiple items and buffs to dodge her attacks as well as having a high enough damage output to end the fight fast.

The latest 1.4.4 Update is a lot harder. Now, dodge potions and buffs do not affect her and the only way to survive her onslaught is to not get hit.

In this guide, we will be showing you some useful tips to remain unscathed as you challenge one of the hardest bosses to beat, the Daytime Empress of Light and get a Terra Prisma in Terraria 1.4.4

How to Defeat New Daytime Empress in Terraria 1.4.4

Like any summoned boss battles in Terraria, the first thing you should set up is your battle arena. Place wooden boards for you to land on and easily pivot as you dodge her attacks.

This will later prove very useful even if you rely on flying items since turning from left to right on the ground is a lot faster than moving in the air.

Choose your weapon and strategy carefully

If you already have the Terra Prisma then it is a great idea for you to use it. The item summons prismatic lacewing to follow and damage opponents and for us, the best strategy in facing her is to Summon minions and deal additional damage with a whip or a ranged weapon.

Buffs to use

Focus on potions that increase your speed like the swiftness potion. Mix these up with a summoning potion to increase your minion Spawn and get potions that increase your max damage output overall.

You won’t have to use any defense potions since you will be focusing on not getting hit for you to get the Terra Prisma item. Besides, you will most likely get one hit so it’s pointless to use defense potions.

Armors to use

Use armors that either increase your summon capacity or enhances summon damage. You won’t have to use high defense items since they will be rendered useless with the boss’s high damage output.

Facing the Boss

It will take some time to analyze her attack pattern. To play it safe engage her and move in an L direction. Drop down and move horizontally away from her. Be careful with her range attacks because most of these have good tracking capabilities.

Area of Effect attack pattern

When she pauses to deliver her area of attacks you might want to position yourself high. When the first laser lights flare up dodge by going down and slowly move clockwise in the map. She will Spawn 2 to 3 AOE attacks before reverting to her tracking projectiles.

To summarize, on tracking projectile attacks move down and away from the boss. For are of effects set her first attack up by heading high until the first AOE flare spawns then make your way down and move clockwise until she switches her attacks again.

It might be difficult at first but it isn’t impossible to do. All you need is some practice and proper timing to pull this off and get out on top.

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