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Summer Longtail

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SummerLongtailIcon.png Summer Longtail
A cat happy to sun itself all day long.

The Summer Longtail is a type of cat that can be found in Crestfall Coast. Summer Longtail cats can only be found in Summer during the day near rivers, lakes and the ocean.

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There are eight Summer Longtails in the game.

#1[edit | edit source]

This Summer Longtail is on the bank of the river where Fishing Competition takes place, near the waterfall at the border with Dapplewood Forest.

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#2[edit | edit source]

This Summer Longtailis on a cliff on the southern shore of the region, near Cub's statues.

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#3[edit | edit source]

This Summer Longtail is behind some rocks on the southeastern coast of the region.

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#4[edit | edit source]

This Summer Longtail is in Mocha Bay, on a rock in the water.

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#5[edit | edit source]

This Summer Longtail is in Mocha Bay under the northern wooden boardwalk.

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#6[edit | edit source]

This Summer Longtail is behind Riverdrift Mill.

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#7[edit | edit source]

This Summer Longtail is in the cave above the waterfall in the northeast. To get in the cave you need to clear the Murk with 6 sprites.

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#8[edit | edit source]

This Summer Longtail is on the northern shore of the eastern island where Jib the Sailor is. You need to clear the Murk with 8 sprites to get there.

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Kari's Knowledge[edit | edit source]

As with other animals, Kari has knowledge to share about Summer Longtails (in Crestfall Coast).

The Summer Longtails LOVE to keep cool in the heat. Look around rivers, lakes, and oceans when the Summer sun is up.