Often spoken of but not seen, the Riffroc are the pride of the Daiya family, with Nai’o taking great care of them at the Central Stables in Kilima Village. A Fast Travel Stable Board can also be found at this location; however, a suspicious hay pile containing half-eaten carrots can be found and is connected to a Found Item quest, Not Hungry.
Speak to Nai’o to learn about this discovery and help him cheer up one of the Riffrocs, who has been feeling rather blue. Help Nai’o lift a Riffroc’s spirits in completing the Not Hungry Found Item quest and enjoy some carrots themselves in Palia.
Palia Not Hungry Found Item Quest Objectives List
This Found Item quest can begin after finding a pile of half-eaten carrots near the Central Stables in Kilima Village. This is the location where players can discover Kenyatta and Nai’o standing beside the Fast Travel Stable Board at various times of the day, but the stables are where the Riffrocs are kept.
By completing this quest, players can explore the mystery behind the half-eaten carrots, which Riffroc hasn’t been eating properly. Below, we have detailed all the quest objectives that players can follow to help them complete this Found Item quest for Palia:
- Talk to Nai’o
- Find someone who can make a blue ribbon for Sugarfoot
- Get five Fabric
- Get three Common Blue Butterflies
- Return to Jel
How To Complete The Not Hungry Found Item Quest In Palia?
Take some time exploring the barns at the Central Stables near the Mayor’s Estate in Kilima Village to find some half-eaten carrots. As the Daiya family manages these stables, players head to the family farm and speak to Nai’o about discovering these carrots.
He’ll explain that one of the Riffrocs, Sugarfoot, hasn’t been herself for the last few days, which he revealed that it started at a competition to make her stand out. Since then, Sugarfoot had been feeling “down in the dumps,” and he’s trying to find a way to lift her spirits and make her feel like a winner.
As Nai’o explained, the winner always receives a blue ribbon, and players can speak to Jel to craft a big blue ribbon just for Sugarfoot. They’ll need to get some Fabric, which can be bought from Tish’s Furniture Store or placing Cotton in the Fabric Loom Hopper, and they need Common Blue Butterflies, which are commonly found in any field, forest, or rocky areas of Kilima Village, including Mirror Fields and Leafhopper Hills.
They can bring the items to Jel, who will use them to craft a blue ribbon before he delivers it to Nai’o to complete the quest. Players can get ten Renown upon its completion, and post-quest, Nai’o will send them ten bags of Carrot Seeds attached to a letter.
Palia is currently available via the Epic Games Store and in Open Beta for PC, as players can install the game launcher detailed in this guide. The game is now available to download for Nintendo Switch as of 14th December 2023.