How to Make Asphalt in Disney Dreamlight Valley

How to Make Asphalt in Disney Dreamlight Valley

The eternal struggle of not having enough coal for these crafting recipes

Asphalt is not an easy thing to craft in Disney Dreamlight Valley, but you’ll need it if you want to help out your pal Buzz. If you’re interested in learning more, continue reading to discover how to make asphalt in Disney Dreamlight Valley.

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How to Make Asphalt in Disney Dreamlight Valley

As you progress through Buzz Lightyear’s friendship quests in Disney Dreamlight Valley, you’ll eventually encounter a mission asking you to make 20 asphalt and a balloon arch in preparation for the Star Command Academy Grand Opening. While plenty of shenanigans happen before and after, today’s focus is learning to make these paths. After all, it’s more challenging than you’d expect to figure out and gather the necessary materials!

Tip:

To start Buzz Lightyear’s Definition of a Hero quest, which tasks you with crafting Asphalt, you’ll need to first raise your friendship with Buzz to level 10. If you have yet to unlock Buzz Lightyear in Disney Dreamlight Valley, you can do so by unlocking the Toy Story Realm on the second level in the Dream Castle, which will require 7,000 Dreamlight.

Asphalt Recipe

To make asphalt in Disney Dreamlight Valley, you need three main items: Sand, pebbles and coal ore. For every asphalt you create, you’ll need one of each material. To complete Buzz Lightyear’s final quest, you’ll need 20 sand, pebbles and coal.

Right away, this may sound like a lot. After all, finding pebbles is challenging, and sand is hard to come by at the beginning of the game. Below will describe some ways to find each:

  • Coal Ore: Mine some from dark rocks scattered around the map. You can also buy some from Kristoff’s Stall if it appears in the daily rotation.
  • Sand: Dig the ground in Dazzle Beach or break large blue eggs. These eggs drop more sand but require a pickaxe upgrade from Maui’s quest line.
  • Pebbles: Find them along Dazzle Beach’s shores. You can also commonly find them in the Forest of Valor, Frosted Heights, Sunlit Plateau and the Forgotten Lands.
Player character crafting Asphalt in Disney Dreamlight Valley
Image via Disney Dreamlight Valley | Edited by Prima Games

Once you have the necessary materials, head into any nearby Crafting Station and select the Fence & Paving tab. Scroll down until you find asphalt and begin making some! You’ll gain enough asphalt to progress through the quest in exchange for the three resources. Just make sure you place it down to get credit! If you ever want to pick it back up and move it, select the asphalt on the ground and remove it for the road to appear in your furniture again.

That’s all there is to making Asphalt in Dreamlight Valley! Disney Dreamlight Valley is available to play on PC, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PlayStation platforms through the official website. If you’re interested in learning more about the game, check out How to Make Coconut Ice Cream and How to Make a Yule Log in Disney Dreamlight Valley.


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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.