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There are a maximum of 34 Earthlock achievements worth 2,137 (1,000)

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Achievement Guide for Critter King

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Sighris
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Sighris
Achievement won on 13 Apr 18
TA Score for this game: 2,137
Posted on 15 April 18 at 05:54, Edited on 15 April 18 at 05:58
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This achievement is quite monotonous.

In the first 3 open world areas, there is traveling merchant who asks you to catch Bibi(flies) for him.

You have to do the quest 5 times in each area to earn 5 loyalty tokens. These tokens are then traded back to him for a lure which allows you to call out a gold version of the bibi in that zone.

Catch the Golden Bibi and then next time you go to your hideout, when you walk into the garden a scene will play with you releasing it. Once all 3 are released you get your achievement.

1st area) Bibi are easy to catch just walk up and capture them.

2nd area) Bibi are fast. Use Gnart and collect a speed flower then chase down bibi. I preferred doing these on east end of zone before exit. Here are no enemies and you can walk into cave and exit to refresh bibi and flowers.

3rd area) Bibi teleport away from you if they see you. Use Gnart again and pick up shadow flower near group of bibi and grab as many as you can before it wears off. If you can’t find the shadow flower, you need to have done enough of the flower quests for them to appear on map.
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