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Meteor Showers are location-based Events where Comet Rock can be collected after the event is introduced by the Spirit Giovanni.

Like all events, the Meteor Shower event can still occur after the Spirit helper leaves through the Everdoor. Instead of talking to Giovanni to start the event, it can be started by interacting with the second story door of Astrid's Bungalow.

Finding the Event[]

All of the Meteor Shower Events can be found in the Oxberg Region, which is south-eastern region that can be accessed after getting the Rock Destroyer Boat Upgrade.

Three Meteor showers make up the cosmic-looking band that surrounds the island Oxbury itself, while a fourth Meteor shower lies to the south-west of this area between two Pulsar Rays Events, and another two meteor showers make up a second cosmic band to the south-east of the Oxberg Region.

Meteor Shower Indicator

When Stella's Boat gets close enough to one of the meteor showers, the Sun will eclipse and it will become dark enough to see the meteor shower in the background. All of the Spirits will hide in their house, and an indicator will appear on the edge of the screen pointing to either Giovanni or the second story door of Astrid's Bungalow if Giovanni has left.


  • 175, -82
  • 228, -8
  • 205, 18
  • 258, 8
  • 248, -121
  • 250, -142

Event Minigame[]

After deciding to start the event, Stella will have 2 minutes to collect as many meteors as possible.

The event itself is very similar to the Thunderstorms Event. Meteors will fall in a flash of bright light and will leave a sparkling spot on the ground that Stella must touch. Touching one of these sparkling spots will always yield Glim and have a chance of yielding Comet Rock.

Meteor Shower Event Prompt.png


In real life, meteor showers are caused when meteors, or space rocks, burn up in the Earth's atmosphere as they fall to Earth.This is what we call shooting stars.

Meteor showers are commonly caused when the Earth travels through the dusty debris stream of a Comet, which is made of ice and rock, as it breaks apart during its orbit around the Sun.