- 1 Access
- 2 Map of Kozita
- 3 Main Island
- 4 Features
- 5 Resources
- 6 Quests
- 7 Known Issues
Kozita will not be accessible until Spring 1, Year 4. After completing a series of quests for Captain Conrad (see "Quests" below), the Ship Upgrade will become available on the Upgrade Table for 250,000. Purchasing the upgrade will set up a new sign on the dock that can be activated to travel to a "Mysterious Island".
Upon arriving, the ship will get wrecked on the island and you will be stuck there for a minimum of 4 days while Conrad rebuilds the ship: 1 day for Conrad to ask around for help, and 3 days to grow the Pineapples required for one of the quests.
There are resources on Kozita to craft whatever you need, so you can bring the tools you already have. A Basic Fishing Pole is recommended over silver, gold, or cosmetic, since it has a higher chance to catch Small Fish.
However to make progression a little easier, the following are recommended to bring along, since the way back will be blocked initially:
- 10x Wooden Board
- 20x Cloth
- 30x Rope
- 50x Wood
- 1x Fire Pit
- 4x Small Fish
- Hoe and Watering Can
- Having a friend supply you with the two Pineapples required can cut down on your wait time between shipwrecked and restoring the dock.
Reopening the Dock
After the ship is completed, you can return to the Main Island and freely travel between both locations. Further resources are required to build the dock, but at that point since travel is open and the items can more easily be obtained.
As with traveling to other islands, plant growth and animal taming will be paused on the Main Island while away.
Map of Kozita
"Kozita" is actually the name for the entire archipelago, but it can also refer to the Main Island that players start out on. The full map is made up of three large landmasses and a handful of tiny isles. The other islands cannot be visited until completing the Druid's questline to remove the thorns to reach Rock Island and the Mountain Region.
Only one of Kozita's main landmasses is accessible at first, along with a smaller island to the north. They are surrounded by an impassible ring of thorns, similar to the ones initially blocking the Ruins Area on the Main Island.
The following characters are accessible when first visiting the Main Island of Kozita:
Initially the dock will not be available. The player must complete Captain Conrad's quests to restore the boat and dock before they can leave the island again.
Once it is complete, they can travel back and forth freely.
When the player first visits, none of the sanctuary habitats are completed. As the habitat boxes are filled with the required animals and items, the Sanctuary will take shape and grant special rewards.
The island to the north can be accessed by gliding from the top of the hill at the very tip of the main island, or using a Raft on the water. On it can be found:
- Max, a kart racer who got stuck on the island by accident
- 1 Fire Pit
- 1 Tent
- 2 Beehives
- 2 Chickens in a small fenced enclosure
- 1 Raspberry Bush
- Several Trees and Rocks
Once the player has reached Rock Island and begun the Broken Mine quests for Digore, there will be a Fast Travel Minecart along the shore north of Herb's shop. When completed, it can link to 2 other Minecarts on Rock Island and the Mountain Region.
The following can be found scattered across the main island:
- Crystal Geodes can only be found at the very northern tip of the main island, at the bottom of the cliff.
Access to the Island
The questline to build a ship to reach Kozita begins by speaking to Captain Conrad on Spring 1, Year 4.
Once the boat is built, taking it brings the player to Kozita, but at the cost of a shipwreck. The player is stuck on the island until the boat and dock are fixed.
Main Island Quests
The following quests do not involve the boat or dock, and can be completed separately:
Removing the Thorns
The questline to remove the thorns to access the rest of Kozita is as follows:
Most issues with Kozita are due to it still being in active development.
- Fallen Stars will sometimes appear to stop falling in mid-air above the river. This is not a true bug, but a side effect of the thorns blocking the rest of the map from player access. The stars get stuck on the invisible barrier, and can't land on the ground. Once the mountain and forest sections are unlocked, Fallen Stars will be retrievable as intended.
|Detailed Map • Main Island • Animal Sanctuary • Rock Island • Mountain Region • Dragon Statues • Caves|