How to solve the Great Blizzard gem puzzle in Disney Dreamlight Valley

Disney Dreamlight Valley - six gems on pedastles in the colors of the rainbow
(Image credit: Gameloft)

Now that he's been added to the game, unlocking Olaf in Disney Dreamlight Valley is mostly pretty simple. There's just one tricky step: getting the right gems to place on the pillars in The Great Blizzard quest. You may have flown past the clue during Olaf's dialogue which tells you that you'll need to "channel all the colors of the rainbow".

If that's all the reminder you needed, get back to guessing those gems. Of course you can also just brute force your way through by trying every single gem you've got. For the full answer though, we've got you covered below.

Which gems do you need for Olaf in The Great Blizzard quest?

To solve the secret chamber gem puzzle you'll need:

  • Amethyst (purple)
  • Citrine (orange)
  • Emerald (green)

You'll need to place them in the correct order of the rainbow, so the citrine should go on the left side between the red and yellow gems. The emerald should be in the back right corner and the amethyst should be in the front right.

If you don't have precious stones lying around in your chests, here's a reminder on where to mine for each of them:

  • Amethyst: Frosted Heights or Forgotten Lands
  • Citrine: Glade of Trust or Sunlit Plateau
  • Emerald: Forest of Valor or Glade of Trust

After placing all three gems, the portal will fire up and you'll be able to continue on with the final steps of Olaf's quest. 

Lauren Morton
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Lauren started writing for PC Gamer as a freelancer in 2017 while chasing the Dark Souls fashion police and accepted her role as Associate Editor in 2021, now serving as the self-appointed chief cozy games enjoyer. She originally started her career in game development and is still fascinated by how games tick in the modding and speedrunning scenes. She likes long books, longer RPGs, has strong feelings about farmlife sims, and can't stop playing co-op crafting games.