How to find and search a Ninja Turtle Supply Drop in Fortnite

It's raining Turtles! Cowabunga!
Mikey Ninja Turtles Supply Drop Fortnite
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If you want to get your three-digit flippers on some Ninja Turtles goodies in Fortnite, you need to find and search Ninja Turtle Supply Drops. Not only do these drops contain delicious pizza and powerful Ninja Turtles weapons, but they’re also part of a Quest objective to earn Ooze.

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This guide covers how to easily find a Ninja Turtle Supply drop in Fortnite and how to open it to complete the Phase One Master Splinter Quest. Strap on your steel claws because it’s time to hunt down some Turtles.

Ninja Turtle Supply Drop locations in Fortnite

Ninja Turtles Supply Drop Map Fortnite
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During the Fortnite Cowabunga event (February 9 – February 27, 2024), players can find Ninja Turtle Supply Drops falling from the sky throughout Battle Royale, Zero Builds, and Team Rumble matches.

You can tell where Ninja Turtle Supply Drops spawn by opening the map and looking for shell icons themed after each of the four Turtles, as seen in the screenshot above. It doesn’t matter which type of Supply Drop you open, so feel free to pick your favorite Turtle or the easiest to reach.

The areas Ninja Turtle Supply Drops fall in are entirely random, so make sure you’re frequently checking your map and minimap. It’s also hard to ignore a colossal Turtle head with colored smoke plunging to the ground.

How to open a Ninja Turtle Supply Drop

Opening A Ninja Turtles Supply Drop Fortnite
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To open a Ninja Turtles Supply drop and complete the Quest, simply walk up to it and hold down the button you typically use to open chests. Once open, it will burst open and leave a Mythical Ninja Turtles Weapon, Pizza Party, and some other loot on the ground around it.

The Mythic Weapon inside correlates to the Turtle featured on the balloon and the color of the smoke. I found Mikey’s balloon a few minutes into a match of Zero Build, but you can also hop into Team Rumble if you’re running into trouble.

  • Blue = Leonardo’s Katanas
  • Red = Raphael’s Sai
  • Orange = Michelangelo’s Nunchaku
  • Purple = Donatello’s Staff

All Turtle weapons work the same way but have slightly different stats depending on their original wielder. You can swing, dash, and even double jump while holding them. Since Pizza Party and TMNT Weapons are banned in competitive, double check you’re queuing unranked.

Radical! There are plenty more TMNT Fortnite quests to complete, so check out our guides on performing tricks on Driftboards, finding sewer pipes, and visiting the Turtle’s lair to hang out with Master Splinter.

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