Sky: Children of the Light
Sky: Children of the Light is the latest game by thatgamecompany, and it’s similar to Journey. It’s a massive multiplayer online game (MMO) in which you can fly around beautiful landscapes and join with others to solve simple puzzles. I have a generic guide here, but want to break things down into more specific ones. There are lots of spirits to collect that get added to your constellations and some can be tricky to find. So this guide will show you where they all are. This is a work in progress, so please bear with me. Feel free to ask for extra help in the comments section.
For each of the spirits, you need to find their starting point and then follow the blue particles to the next one until you get to the statue. Light the statue to free the spirit and learn their expression. Note that you need to worship at the temple at the end of the level to truly add them to your constellation. Once done, you can summon them at Home and buy spells and cosmetics from them.
For the last star in each constellation, you need to full upgrade all the spirits in that constellation.
When looking for spirit, open up your expressions menu to see if any are grayed out the section you’re exploring. That means it’s somewhere around there.
I’m also adding the Winged Lights locations. Look for them at the end of the spirit locations.
Isle of Dawn:
1. Point: This spirit starts off in the cave to left near the end of the first section. Follow him around the cave and then to the other opening.
2. Over Here!: This spirit is hiding behind a rocky structure shown in the photo below. The statue is at the gate leading up to the temple at end of the level.
3. No: This one is found on the floating island (temple) that you fly to after calling the birds and butterflies to lift you up. Head to the left and you should see an orange shimmery gate. You need to have found the other two spirits to get in there or perhaps have a friend take you. The statue is inside the same cave.
And I didn’t make a video yet, but here’s one that shows them all, as well as the winged lights:
And here are the 5 Winged Lights in the Isle of Dawn.
The first is somewhat hidden. Climb up the left side of the mountain at the beginning and make your way to the top to find a wing.
For the second one, just go back through the opening in that same mountain. There’s a light right there.
The next is in a cave further on and to the right. You need at least one spirit from this area to access it.
The fourth is at the top of the stairs right before you release a call to fly to the temple. But don’t fly off yet!
The fifth can be seen from the where you’re standing before you release the call. There’s a cave in the distance with clouds between you and it. There are two ways to reach that cave.
Option 1: Release the call and then when the butterflies carry you up, turn around and ride the clouds to the cave to get another wing. If you have trouble with it, just hold a friend’s hand or come back later when you have stronger wings.
Option 2: Release a call and fly up to the temple. Then, walk to the right side of the temple and look for a tunnel inside some purple clouds. Fly through the tunnel and you’ll land on the island with the wing inside. Just drop down to the lower platform to find the cave opening.
That’s all for Isle of Dawn! Click here to continue to the Daylight Prairie or choose a kingdom below.
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