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Dragon Quest Builders 2 Moonbrooke Mini Medals Puzzles Guide

Dragon Quest Builders 2 Moonbrooke Mini Medals Puzzles Guide
More puzzles await on the third island, Moonbrooke. This Dragon Quest Builders 2 Moonbrooke Mini Medals Puzzles Guide will tell you where you can find each of the different puzzles for mini-medal rewards in this region as well as information on the solution to each of these puzzles.

As was the case with Furrowfield’s puzzles and Khrumbul-Dun’s puzzles, Moonbrooke is home to 10 different puzzles, each offering a mini-medal as a reward.

Dragon Quest Builders 2 Moonbrooke Mini Medals Puzzles Guide

Mini Puzzle #1
Mini Puzzle #2
Mini Puzzle #3
Mini Puzzle #4
Mini Puzzle #5
Mini Puzzle #6
Mini Puzzle #7
Mini Puzzle #8
Mini Puzzle #9
Mini Puzzle #10

That completes our Dragon Quest Builders 2 Moonbrooke Mini Medals Puzzles Guide.

You can tame and recruit monsters in DQ Builders 2. This Dragon Quest Builders 2 Monster Recruitment Guide will explain the basics of how to capture monsters, make them join your team and where you can find the different monsters you're able to recruit.
After a certain point you can make Monster Munchies to tame specific monsters. This guide will tell you How To Make Monster Munchies In Dragon Quest Builders 2 as it's easily forgotten after you first discover the recipe and is not all that easy to find in the menu.
One of the places you have to get through in Dragon Quest Builders 2 is the Ancient Temple. There are multiple puzzles in here that can be tricky if you don't know what to do. Check out this Dragon Quest Builders 2 Ancient Temple guide to get through it quickly.
More puzzles await on the third island, Moonbrooke. This Dragon Quest Builders 2 Moonbrooke Mini Medals Puzzles Guide will tell you where you can find each of the different puzzles for mini-medal rewards in this region as well as information on the solution to each of these puzzles.

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