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How to Solve the Draco Constellation Link in Tower of Fantasy

Tower of Fantasy has multiple activities that you can complete for rewards.

The rewards that you can obtain are the gold nucleus, black nucleus, and more.

An activity that you can do is to complete the constellation links.

You can do this by finding the smart telescopes in the game and interacting with them.

After you’ve interacted with a smart telescope, you’ll see an incomplete constellation like the Draco link.

The name of the constellation will be displayed.

You need to complete it to get a reward like a black nucleus.

However, you might not know how to complete a constellation because there are no hints.

In this guide, you’ll learn the location of the Draco constellation link and how to solve it in Tower of Fantasy.

Draco constellation link location in Tower of Fantasy

Draco constellation link location in Tower of Fantasy

Location: South of Raincaller Island (southwest of Navia Bay).

Coordinates: -736.2, -559.0.

The smart telescope is pointing towards a large structure with rings.

How to solve the Draco constellation link

Draco constellation link in Tower of Fantasy

To solve the Draco constellation link, you need to form a “head + inverted S” pattern.

After you’ve formed the “head + inverted S” pattern, it’ll say “Connected”.

You’ll receive 1x Black Nucleus (Proof of Special Order) for completing the puzzle.

Draco is Latin for dragon and it’s a constellation in the far northern sky.

It was discovered by the 2nd-century astronomer, Ptolemy.

It never sets and can be seen all year from northern latitudes.

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