p>Revelry Row is quite literally the "party island" of Lost Ark,
and is apparently called Shangra-La by the kids that stay and party there. It's full of the same couple of NPCs dancing unendingly as if this was some sort of purgatory. And, while the island does have a fair amount of quests, a good number of useful rewards, and even its own dedicated Una's Task, there are only two Seeds to find on this Island. While it would be hilarious if those highly sought-after Mokoko seeds were behind the DJ booth or in the middle of the dance floor, they're a bit more boorishly hidden in the bushes at the edges of the island.
For any who are unaware, Mokoko Seeds are basically Lost Ark's versions of Breath of the Wild's Korok Seeds, yet somehow Smilegate managed to sprinkle even more of them throughout Arkesia than Nintendo did with Hyrule. Players will be searching high and low in every screen of every continent to try and find these things in order to satiate their completionist desires while other players are busy paying-to-win, but some of them are pretty unfairly hidden or even completely unable to be seen unless the player is standing directly over them.
Luckily, the two in Revelry Row aren't like that, and are pretty easy to find, so without further ado, here's where they're at.
Revelry Row Mokoko Seed Locations
- Mokoko Seed #1: Right next to the actual entrance/exit to the island. As soon as the player spawns in, head to the palm tree to the right and interact with the Mokoko Seed directly underneath it.
- Mokoko Seed #2: The first Seed was at the entrance of the island, and the second one is as far from the entrance as can be. Essentially, head to the far North-East of the Island, into the corner wedged between the bar on the right and the DJ/Stage on the left. At this spot, there should be an NPC named Budding Entrepreneur Zenri, who gives the "Their Best Courtesy" Quest. Directly on the ground to his right is the second Mokoko Seed.
After these two seeds are gathered, it's done! Players can then head to the dance floor and dance for a bit, or immediately get off this island and continue their never-ending pursuit of horizontal progression (which we love) in Lost Ark. Remember, Mokoko Seeds can be exchanged for rewards at the Village Chief's Home in Mokoko Village on Tortoyk every fifty collected Mokoko Seeds. And, while the rewards, for the most part, are cosmetic or in some way related to the Eurus ship, there are a variety of Rapport Items, Stat Increase Potions, Masterpieces, and Crew Applications to obtain with these.
Lost Ark is available and free-to-play now on PC through Steam.
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