Episode 8 – Good Impressions

Club Penguin Island Help’s guide to Rockhopper’s Good Impressions (Episode 8) Adventure.

Remember those plagues you located in the last Adventure? Well Rockhopper has thought of a meaning behind them, and you must help him out.

To begin this Adventure, speak to Rockhopper. “Ahoy! I’ve got an idea about those plaques that we found. Well… you found.”

Step 1. Talk to Aunt Arctic. Find Aunt Arctic’s book in Coconut Cove, use the Zipline to the far right of the Cove. The Book is located on the Dock. Collect Sherlock’s Adventures.

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Step 2. Just to your left, you will need to jump on the Airbag three times to get the Worm out of the Book. Collect Book Worm.

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Step 3. Waddle to Beacon Boardwalk and grab a Fishing Rod to cast out a line. Fish for a Inky Squid. Collect Squid Ink.

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Step 4. Talk to Rockhopper. Collect x3 Old Sails. Waddle back to Coconut Cove.

Step 5. Waddle to your right, and a the top of the hill you will see a Tablet, waddle onto it and equip your Pirate Kit to mop the Ink onto the Tablet. Place Sail and Jump three times on it and Collect Plaque Copy.

Step 6. Waddle to the far right side of Coconut Cove and just before the Zipline you will see a Tablet, waddle onto it and equip your Pirate Kit to mop the Ink onto the Tablet. Place Sail and Jump three times on it and Collect Plaque Copy.

Step 7. Waddle south of the Waterfall in Coconut Cove and you will see a Tablet, waddle onto it and equip your Pirate Kit to mop the Ink onto the Tablet. Place Sail and Jump three times on it and Collect Plaque Copy.

Step 8. Speak to Rockhopper.

Congratulations, you’ve finished Rockhopper’s Good Impressions (Episode 8).

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