Disney Dreamlight Valley Fire Alarm Quest Guide

Disney Dreamlight Valley: Fire Alarm Quest Guide

Time to douse some fires

Since Disney Dreamlight Valley’s beginning, many of us have wondered how to douse the green fires scattered around the Forgotten Lands. After all, while some obstacles are easy to remove, these fires have been stuck for months! Fortunately, after progressing through the story, meeting the Fairy Godmother and befriending her, you’ll unlock the secret to solving this issue. To learn more, continue reading for a comprehensive guide on completing the “Fire Alarm” quest in Disney Dreamlight Valley.

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Disney Dreamlight Valley – Fire Alarm Quest Walkthrough

Below are the exact steps you’ll have to talk to finish the “Fire Alarm” quest in Disney Dreamlight Valley:

  • Listen to the Fairy Godmother and Merlin.
  • Talk to the Fairy Godmother
  • Gather materials for the Icy Enchantment
  • Craft the Icy Enchantment
  • Use the Icy Enchantment in your inventory.
  • Use your Watering Can to remove the green fires in the Forgotten Lands
  • Report back to the Fairy Godmother
  • Decorate the Forgotten Lands to make them more appealing
  • Talk to the Fairy Godmother
  • Follow the Fairy Godmother
  • Talk to the Fairy Godmother

Starting the Fire Alarm Quest

To begin this quest, look for the Fairy Godmother and speak to her. I often spot her in her Forgotten Lands pumpkin house, but she occasionally roams around to chat with other villagers. Talk to her to begin the quest, prompting you to listen to her conversation with Merlin.

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Talk to the Fairy Godmother to begin the Fire Alarm quest! | Screenshot by Prima Games

The two will discuss your quest to douse the Forgotten Lands’ fires, to which Merlin will exclaim that Dreamlight Magic is required. With that said, you’re the only one who can solve this problem.

More specifically, your watering can is the solution!

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Create the Icy Enchantment for Your Royal Watering Can

Before you can craft the Icy Enchantment, you’ll have to obtain the following resources:

  • Tourmaline x3
  • Snowball x15
  • Dream Shard x5
  • Purple Impatiens x5
  • Empty Vial

To get each resource, you’ll need access to Sunlit Plateau, Frosted Heights, and the Forgotten Lands, with resources like Dream Shards and empty vials available outside these areas. Fortunately, by this point in the game, you’ll already have these areas unlocked, and it is just a matter of farming each item.

Check out our guides below for detailed walkthroughs on finding each item!

Once you have each material, bring them to a crafting station and look for the Icy Enchantment quest item under “Potion & Enchantment”. From here, head into your inventory and use the potion to upgrade your watering can! Now you can clear out all the fires in the Forgotten Lands.

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How to Remove Green Fires in the Forgotten Lands

After you upgrade your watering can, you can clear out all the green fires in the Forgotten Lands. Honestly, while the quest asks you to clear five fire patches, I doused them all. It’s hard not to when you get something as helpful as this. You even get some glass in return!

Related: How to Put Out Fires in the Forgotten Lands in Disney Dreamlight Valley

Once you clear out at least five fires, return to the Fairy Godmother again. She’ll express her gratitude but comment that the Forgotten Lands is still dark and dreary. Her suggestion is to place some lights, paths and seating to make the area cozy!

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Decorate the Forgotten Lands to Make Them More Appealing

Following this conversation with the Fairy Godmother, you’ll now have to place the following items in the Forgotten Lands:

  • Seating x3
  • Outdoor Lighting x4
  • Paths x25

Admittedly, the game is pretty lenient on what you place here, and you may already have everything you need in your furniture menu if you collect a bunch of items as I do. Just keep everything in the quest region outlined in the picture below!

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Stay in the Forgotten Lands as you clear out fires and place furniture! | Screenshot by Prima Games

To give an idea of how I designed the Forgotten Lands for this quest, I crafted 25 sinister brick road squares at my crafting station alongside four green lampposts. I arranged them but forgot about the chairs, leading to me placing three random ones from my inventory. Fortunately, you can also craft wooden benches at your crafting station if you don’t have any.

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After placing each furniture item down, return to the Fairy Godmother to begin wrapping up the quest!

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Finishing the Fire Alarm Quest in Disney Dreamlight Valley

From this point onward, you’ll mainly hear the Fairy Godmother thanking you for your creativity and hard work. Before finishing the quest, she’ll show you one last thing: a farming patch.

Disney Dreamlight Valley Fairy Godmother Pumpkin Patch
Screenshot by Prima Games

Don’t worry, though. You won’t have to do much with this pumpkin yet. The Fairy Godmother will tell you about the miracle at work and thank you for helping her protect it against the Forgotten Lands’ fires. Following this conversation, you’ll complete the “Fire Alarm” quest in Disney Dreamlight Valley!

Disney Dreamlight Valley is available to play on PC, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and PlayStation platforms. To learn more about the game, check out how to get the Green Potato in Disney Dreamlight Valley, or click the tag below to explore our complete content list!

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Madison Benson
Madison was a staff writer at Prima Games who has played video games for over twenty years and written about them for over two years. Her love for video games started with turn-based strategy games like Heroes of Might and Magic and has since extended to casual farming sims, MMORPGs, and action-adventure RPGs.