Bug Fables – Discovery List

Find all 50 discoveries!

Discoveries

  • 001 – Snakemouth Den
  • 002 – Snakemouth Depths
  • 003 – Explorer’s Message
  • 004 – The Roaches’ Village?
  • 005 – Inn Foremothers
  • 006 – The Settler Statue
  • 007 – The Ants
  • 008 – The Bees
  • 009 – The Termites
  • 010 – The Wasps
  • 011 – Queen Elizant I
  • 012 – The Anthill Palace
  • 013 – Aphids and Chochinaels
  • 014 – The Golden Festival
  • 015 – The Goddess’ Statue
  • 016 – Honored Employee
  • 017 – Sand Castle Mural
  • 018 – Snakemouth’s Lab
  • 019 – Healing Sophie – In snakemouth den before the first open doors. Fly to the top left of the room.
  • 020 – Seedling Haven
  • 021 – Underground Tavern
  • 022 – The Ant Mines
  • 023 – Chomper Cavern
  • 024 – The Power Plant
  • 025 – The Bee Kingdom
  • 026 – Balcony Telescope
  • 027 – B.O.S.S.
  • 028 – Defiant Root
  • 029 – Relic Museum
  • 030 – The Lost Sands
  • 031 – Tardigrade Idol
  • 032 – Bandit Hideout
  • 033 – Stream Mountain
  • 034 – Far Grasslands
  • 035 – Fishing Village – In the Wild Grasslands, strive to go South East.
  • 036 – Wizard’s Tower – Go south from the Wild Grassland tunnel.
  • 037 – Wild Swamplands
  • 038 – Wasp Kingdom
  • 039 – Forsaken Lands
  • 040 – Ancient City – While exploring the fog, in the room with 2 springs – one north and one west, go west.
  • 041 – Termite Kingdom – In the fog, in the area directly before the termite kingdom climb the hill.
  • 042 – Termite Statue
  • 043 – Termite Colosseum – Go to the roof of the bomb shop and overlook the colosseum.
  • 044 – Termacade
  • 045 – Sailor’s Statue
  • 046 – Metal Island
  • 047 – Spy Cards
  • 048 – Peacock Island
  • 049 – Rubber Prison
  • 050 – Giant’s Lair

Note: I avoided descriptions for ones I feel would be found through standard playthrough.

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