Klonoa 2: Lunatea’s Veil – Every Vision 6 Collectible

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  • 6-1: Empty Sea Of Tears
  • 6-1: Where To Find All The Momett Doll Bells
  • 6-1: Are There Any Ngapoko Eggs
  • 6-1: How to Get All 150 Dream Stones
  • 6-2: The Ark Revisited
  • 6-2: Where To Find All The Momett Doll Bells
  • 6-2: Where To Find All The Ngapoko Eggs
  • 6-2: How to Get All 150 Dream Stones

With the penultimate “vision” of Klonoa 2: Lunatea's Veil, things are only ramping up. These stages make for a unique pair. One is a puzzle-platformer, and the other is another fast-paced board riding section. While both are disparate experiences, they do have one thing in common: they are both loaded with collectibles.

The Empty Sea Of Tears is a completely new boarding section, but it doesn’t really do anything particularly new. Beyond, that is, making even more of the collectibles easy to miss. The Ark Revisited is, as its name would suggest, a return to the Ark stage you completed previously. Though this time you will be going in reverse. Needless to say, we will help lead you to every collectible, in both stages, along the way.

6-1: Empty Sea Of Tears

Finally, just what the Dream Stone collectors were crying out for: another board riding level! While the Empty Sea Of Tears will have the Dream Stone gatherers spiraling, it is, in its own right, an exhilarating and enjoyable level otherwise. While many of the Momett Doll Bells are easily missable, this stage does at least provide a number of opportunities to collect extra lives. Which, of course, can be cashed in to get another attempt at some of the trickier Dream Stone sections in this stage.

6-1: Where To Find All The Momett Doll Bells

The first Momett Doll Bell (1/6) is at the very end of the first section of the level. You will need to have hold of an enemy in order to make the jump. Just hop up and grab ‘em.

In the second area, you are going to need to grab the bird enemy and hop up to the ledge above. Your second Momett Doll Bell (2/6) is up here.The third Momett Doll Bell (3/6) is found on the main path. It is essentially impossible to miss.

The third section of this stage has you riding a bridge made of bones. You will be hopping onto those tornado launch pads to get over obstacles and grab goodies. There will be one section where you will jump onto two successive launch pads and they will send you directly into a Momett Doll Bell (4/6).

The final two Momett Doll Bells (5/6 and 6/6) are just out in the open in the final section of the stage. You don’t even have to jump for them. The fifth has a spike ball orbiting it, but that isn't much of an issue. Just grab ‘em as you go. This section is already pretty tricky, so we guess they decided to give us a break with the bells.

6-1: Are There Any Ngapoko Eggs

As is the case with all of the board riding stages in Klonoa 2, this stage does not have any Ngapoko Eggs to collect.

6-1: How to Get All 150 Dream Stones

As per usual with these types of levels, make sure to grab the enemies as soon as you see them. If you don’t, there are a number of Dream Stones you will miss. This is the case in every board riding level, but it is doubly true here.

The first Mirror Spirit segment is another pretty straightforward one. However, there are a few tricks you can apply to help get every last Dream Stone here. For starters, you shouldn’t jump the gaps after you grab the Mirror Spirit. Just hold forward and you will sail over both of them. And the second tip is to hold forward. It is time to do your best Sonic impression, because you gotta go fast. Oh, and you are going to need to grab enemies to make jumps as well.

Around halfway through the second area, the game gets downright sadistic with its Dream Stone placement, putting them right up against the ledges, in places where the smallest mistake will lead to death. However, they do provide a random moo that you can grab and use to bail yourself out if you do go over the ledge. Make good use of that moo!

6-2: The Ark Revisited

Damn, Klonoa is obviously good for the environment, because they are clearly on a recycling kick. This is another reimagined version of a previous stage. This time you will be planting bombs along the way. You will also be tackling the level in reverse, which is slightly disorienting at first. Though this is another stage filled with puzzle-platforming, the collectibles aren’t too hard to gather. We’ll make sure you have them all by the time you hit this stage’s end.

6-2: Where To Find All The Momett Doll Bells

The first Momett Doll Bell is sitting in the background in the first area. There is a rotating lift with a guard behind it. Every time the bell is visible, the lift is at the bottom, which means that you won’t be able to ride the lift to the top and grab it. So, get the nearby boomie and time it so that you do a super jump just as the Momett Doll Bell (1/6) is visible and then hit it with your Wind Bullet.

From here, jump back down, grab another boomie, and now ride the lift to the top. This time perform a boosted jump to your left. There is another Momett Doll Bell up (2/6) here. It is spitting distance away from the first one! After you reignite the engine and move past the section with the swinging platforms, you will end up on a giant conveyor belt. The next Momett Doll Bell (3/6) is inside of a Ngapoko Egg in the background. Just toss one of the moos at it and claim your prize.

The next Momett Doll Bell (4/6) is hovering above the key (in the area immediately after the first Mirror Spirit section). It is very hard to miss. The fifth Momett Doll Bell (5/6), is similarly on the main path. It is in the open air segment which follows the on-rails section of the stage. Just hop up to it using one of the bird enemies hovering around it.

Finally, the last Momett Doll Bell (6/6) is hidden inside of a box in the area where you found the first bell, the first time through this stage (this area has a number of notable crevices in the background and an erbil enemy floating around; it is hard to miss). However, this time you are going to be using the electrified erbil enemy to boost into this area. You will need to break through the block in order to acquire this bell. Unfortunately, you won't be able to make it with an erbil alone, so grab a boomie and use them to boost jump, then grab the erbil and use the electrified boost to take you the rest of the way. This can be a bit tricky, so don't be surprised if you have to repeat this section a couple of times.

6-2: Where To Find All The Ngapoko Eggs

The first Ngapoko Egg is in the background at the bottom of the lift. Toss the nearby boomie at it when the gap in the guard cycles around. This egg contains a coin. The next Ngapoko Egg, much like the first one, is the background situated at the bottom of one of those rotating lifts. Same as before, grab an enemy and toss it at the egg when the gap in the guard appears. You will be rewarded with another coin.

There is a Ngapoko Egg containing a Momett Doll Bell hovering above the conveyor belt during the middle section of the stage. It is hard to miss. There is also a Ngapoko Egg at the top of the elevator by the Mirror Spirit. It holds a Dream Stone.

There are two Ngapoko Eggs in the background in the area just after you activate the Mirror Spirit. Once contains a heart refill and the other holds a coin.

6-2: How to Get All 150 Dream Stones

The Mirror Spirit segment here is really tricky. You will need to throw the boomie into the crevice with the switch that will activate the elevator, and then wait until the boomie is just about to explode, hit the Mirror Spirit, use the other boomie to hop up and claim the Dream Stones, then grab another boomie, ride the elevator to the top, and perform a boosted jump to claim all the Dream Stones. This is a very tricky sequence and will probably require a few attempts.

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