4 Easy Disney Dreamlight Valley Tips to Level Friendship Fast

4 Easy Disney Dreamlight Valley Tips to Level Friendship Fast

Mickey Mouse, Merlin and a Disney Dreamlight character stare at the magic castle.

Image: Gameloft

Friendship is important all the time, even in the agricultural simulation Disney Valley of Dreams. Here, increasing friendship levels rewards you with new locations, characters, and items like gray overalls – because the true meaning of friendship is when an unbroken iteration of Mickey Mouse rewards you with unisex clothing, I am afraid.

And as players we have to min max everything, including our friendship with the Mouse Man. However, as players, we also need to undergo therapy. I am here with the best of both. To help you milk friendship levels in Disney Valley of DreamsI suggest four easy ways to increase your friendship level with the five languages ​​of love and my high school AP psychology textbook.

If your love language is acts of service…

When you start the game, completing quests will be your only option to reach friendship level two, which will unlock more efficient leveling methods. The game gives you the option to work on different quests at once, and it’s pretty simple to juggle them all. So do not hesitate to accumulate several quests to gradually knock them out like a Peter Pan actor at Disney World fending off enraged youths.

To start a quest, initiate a dialogue with a character and continue until the end. A banner displaying the quest name will let you know that you’ve gone through all of the dialogue options, and from there you can track all of your active quests by clicking on the “Quests” tab in your main menu.

Quests will be divided into two categories, Story Quests and Friendship Quests. Both seem to increase friendship levels, but friendship quests are tied to friendship level requirements.

If your love language is giving…

Gifts are the easiest and fastest way to quickly increase friendship levels, but, like the rest of this list, the option only appears after having rreached friendship level two.

Once you know a character well, click on it and then choose the option “I have something to give you!” option. At the bottom left of the screen, you’ll see three items labeled “favorite things of the day.” Giving characters one of their favorite items earns you bonus friendship points, but you cannot farm this method – you will only receive bonus points once per given favorite item.

In some cases, you might decide it’s not worth it, for example, giving Goofy his favorite bream, which is worth 600 Star Coins, but that you still care about the guy. It is very good, Dream Light will punish your cruel selfishness.

You can give characters any item in your inventory for a noticeably smaller Friendship Point boost, but it’s still a boost nonetheless. Some random items, like flowers, seem to give an extra point bonus even if they aren’t a favorite item of the day. The meals also provide a friendship boost, but preparing them takes longer than grabbing a handful of flowers, so I wouldn’t recommend them unless you’re really disgusted by the seafood platter in your inventory.

The Little Mermaid and Eric hang out at a Disney Dreamlight beach.

The gift of anthropomorphism.
Image: Gameloft

If your love language is quality time…

Assign your friends one of these five tasks: gardening, fishing, foraging, mining and digging. Be aware that you won’t be able to change an assignment once it’s made, so choose carefully. Nobody wants to be stuck foraging for food with Mickey for eternity if that’s just not the vibe.

Some characters are predisposed to certain tasks. Like, when we meet Goofy, he immediately shares the joys of fishing with us. But I didn’t notice a significant difference in the gameplay experience when assigning activities to characters who canonically like them or not (tell me if you have any, though!).

Once a task is assigned, tap the characters and choose their “Let’s go!” option. This option is your golden ticket to function and friendship. Not only will hanging around increase friendship levels, but characters will also help you do their job better by grabbing extra items that you can sell or use to complete friendship-boosting quests. It’s pure symbiosis.

If your love language is words of affirmation…

This is the weakest method of extracting friendship juice, but it’s good to have it in your arsenal. Like daily gifts, chat options replenish after 24 hours of play. To talk to characters, click on them and choose the prompt, which will be character-specific and dependent on what you last talked about, complete with a bubble side conversation.

If your love language is physical touch…

Please, my God, no.

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