Dave the Diver: How to Prepare for the Jellyfish Event

It's time for a party.

Jellyfish Dave the Diver
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After Bancho Sushi starts to get the ball rolling in Dave the Diver, customers will begin ordering more specific dishes, and major parties like the Jellyfish Event will start to pop up on the calendar. These parties can bring in tons of cash, and to help you prepare, I put together a full guide on how to easily succeed in the Jellyfish event in Dave the Diver below.

Jellyfish Event Guide for Dave the Diver

The Jellyfish Event calls for Dave the Diver to sell as many Jellyfish on the menu as possible. Each major party event in the game will be themed around one type of fish, and customers that show up will be expecting to eat some special dishes. That means you need to jump into the Blue Hole and get started on catching Jellyfish.

Two Jellyfish are super easy to collect in the Blue Hole, and those two are the Fried Egg Jellyfish and the White Spotted Jellyfish. You can find the Fried Egg species near the surface, and as the name suggests, they look like cartoonish eggs bobbing up and down in the water. The White Spotted Jellyfish is further down and located near the currents around the 80-meter mark.

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When you find these Jellyfish, make sure to bring tools like the Tranquilizer Darts or nets. These tools ensure that the Jellyfish are three stars in Dave the Diver and will sell for far more during the party at Bancho Sushi.

Once you have the ingredients you need, it’s time to head to Bancho Sushi to serve customers during the event. Open up the menu and select options that are marked with a pink icon so they align with the theme. In this case, you want as many dishes based on Jellyfish as possible. I was able to make around $3,000 during the party and it’s a great way to earn cash.

If you’re having trouble finding ingredients, we have a great guide on how to get White Spotted Jellyfish in Dave the Diver.

About the Author

Daniel Wenerowicz

Dan has been writing gaming guides and news as a staff writer and freelancer since he graduated from Westfield State University in 2020. You can find him covering the FPS and Battle Royale space at Prima Games.