How To Catch Moray Eel Dave The Diver
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How to find and catch Moray Eel in Dave the Diver

There's moray that came from.

Moray eels are terrifying, slimy murderers of the sea; maybe I’m giving them a bad rap, but they’re not my favorite. The Moray Eel is just one of the many challenging fish you need to catch in Dave the Diver.

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Here’s how to find and catch Moray Eel in Dave the Diver.

How to catch Moray Eel in Dave the Diver

Before you catch the Moray Eel, I recommend that you progress through the core story missions to acquire a number of important items. First, you will need a head torch which is acquired from Duff. It is gained via a treacherous journey at the bottom of the ocean. Secondly, Dave the Diver will need to be given the quest “A Noisy Customer” in which a new critic turns up and demands a plateful of Moray Eel. Not a delicacy I would usually go for, but I’m a gaming journalist, not a food critic.

How to catch the Moray Eel in Dave the Diver

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Go on a night fishing journey

Once you have reached both these milestones in Dave the Diver, you will be ready to go out and catch the Moray Eels. You may have seen them on dives previously, hiding in their little holes. They aren’t possible to lure out and catch during the day. So, you will have to come back at night with your head torch.

You will have unlocked the ability to go out at night. Doing so will put Dave the Diver face to face with Moral Eels outside of their caves. You need to be careful because they’re not friendly. I suggest you arm yourself with a powerful gun and harpoon and hack away at their health until they’re stunned. You can tell a fish is stunned by the lazy way they wave side to side. You should now be able to approach and catch the Moray Eel in Dave the Diver and serve delicious Moray Eel to your customers.

Moray eels are a rank-five fish and can be used to make either Moray Eel sushi or Moray Eel curry. The latter will come in handy for curry parties!

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