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 wanted 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. This guide will show you where all the Season of Gratitude spirits are found. The season is over, but each spirit may return as a Traveling Spirit in the future, and this is how you can find them.
Season of Gratitude Spirits:
For most of these seasonal spirits, you need to look for an orange glow. Then stay inside the circle and carry the orange light from form to form.
1. Isle of Dawn, Sassy Stance:
You need to find a little stone tile hidden among some dunes. The Sassy spirit will be waiting there. Light her up. Then stay in the circle and carry the orange light to the statue.
2. Daylight Prairie, The Wai / Thai Greeting:
This spirit is found in the same place as Wipe Brow. You need to go through the opening to the left of the round cave. The spirit should be just across the gap, by the grassy stairs. Again, you need to carry the orange light to them.
3. Hidden Forest, Provoking Performer – Karate Dance:
This is in the first big rainy area and easy to miss. Follow the stream and pay attention to the left side. There’s an octogonal tunnel and the spirit is sitting right at the entrance. Look for the orange glow and blue spirit. You’ll have to run all around the tunnel following the spirit journey. Note that he first enters the crab room, which is the right tunnel. Then he goes back and through the left tunnel. The statue is outside the tunnel and you need to be careful not to keep the light under the rain for too long, or it will vanish and you’ll have to start over.
You can also come in through the other end of the tunnel, which is an easier entrance to find.
4. Valley of Triumph, Leaping Dancer – Yippee:
For this one, you need to skate around the ice rink and collect orange lights. You can work together with others, but it’s not too difficult. You start it at the back of the ice rink. There’s a door that requires two people to open it. Then find the orange spirit. It will trigger a whole bunch of orange shards around the rink. Collect them and then return to the same spot to free the spirit from the statue.
5. Golden Wasteland, Salute 2:
This one is really tough. It’s in the second section, with all the dark dragons flying around that can steal your wings. You need to have three other seasonal spirits to access it. Head to the orange glow below the giant golden urn and then light it. You then have a long journey to the statue. I recommend having others help you if you can’t manage it yourself. It’s possible to even jump in on someone else doing it near the end. The area directly around the statue is safe, so you can have others bring it over there for you while you wait. The statue is to the left of the exit, across from the Relaxed Stance spirit.
6. Vault of Knowledge, Greeting Shaman – Kung Fu Salute:
This spirit is on the fourth floor of the Vault on a floating platform. You need to chase the spirit from platform to platform. It’s not easy if you’re a new player, so I suggest going with friends. It starts and ends in the same place.
And that’s all of them!
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