Episode 3 – Hatching a Plan

Club Penguin Island Help’s guide to Aunt Arctic’s Hatching a Plan (Episode 3) Adventure.

You must find the Key to opening up the Lighthouse hatch, so you can replace the Lighthouse bulb, because the previous one has run out of power. But it’s not that easy.

To began this Adventure, speak to Aunt Arctic. “We need to find a starfish key to open the Lighthouse’s hatch.”

Step 1. Read Riddle, “Find the golden statue by the sea. Inside it lies a kind of key. The secret of the starfish gold. Was hidden here in days of old.” Then collect Riddle.

Step 2. Waddle to the golden Jackhammer statue in the Beacon Boardwalk, and interact with it to find a new Riddle.

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Step 3. Collect Riddle, “Without using words. The gold starfish you’ll call. Say it with pictures. Atop the waterfall.”

Step 4. Waddle into Coconut Cove, and on the far left side of it is the Waterfall that you must climb to get to the top of it.

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Step 5. Call the Starfish by using the StarFish Emoji in your Chat bar.

Step 6. Follow the Starfish trail until you get shortly pass the Zipline Arrow Sign, and use the Starfish Emoji again to bring it out of hiding. Collect Gold Starfish.

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Step 7. Waddle to the Lighthouse Hatch on the Lighthouse Deck in Beacon Boardwalk and open the Hatch.

Step 8. To find the replacement, waddle to the Deep Sea Caves, and dive in to swim to the Throne Room, which is South-East of the Deep Sea Caves.

Step 9. Once inside the Throne Room, Collect the Glowing Crystal. Then Dive back into the water, and return back to the Surface.

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Step 10. Waddle to the Lighthouse Hatch on the Lighthouse Deck in Beacon Boardwalk and open the Hatch, to replace the Light Bulb.

Congratulations, you’ve finished Aunt Arctic’s Hatching a Plan (Episode 3). Collect your Coins and XP.

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