Fortnite Secret Challenge Requires Players to Teach Coral Buddies Stonecrafting

Since Chapter 2 Season 3 of Fortnite went live, devs at Epic Games have been adding secret challenges across the map.
Since Chapter 2 Season 3 of Fortnite went live, devs at Epic Games have been adding secret challenges across the map. | Image courtesy of Epic Games

Since Chapter 2 Season 3 of Fortnite went live, devs at Epic Games have been adding secret challenges across the map. Many of these challenges have involved the Coral Buddies, a group of little purple creatures who always seem to need assistance.

A new challenge was added with the release of Fortnite Patch 13.30, in which players need to teach the Coral Buddies stone crafting. While the actual task is rather simple, finding the Coral Buddies' location can be extremely difficult.

Fortnite Secret Challenge Requires Players to Teach Coral Buddies Stonecrafting

In order to complete this challenge, players need to find the Coral Buddies on a small island northwest of the lighthouse near Pleasant Park. The island can be found in square B1 on the minimap.

After arriving on the island, players will find the Coral Buddies huddled around a bunch of stones. Players need to use their harvesting tool to collect at least 300 stone and then head over to the Coral Buddies to interact with them.

After interacting with the Buddies, players should receive a notification on their screen telling them that the challenge is complete. Players will also notice that the Coral Buddies have built a small pyramid where the group of stones used to be.

All Fortnite players should complete this challenge, as it rewards 25,000 XP to be used for new skins and items.