Aurora Awakening is the first stage towards crafting the Legendary Trinket, Aurora. For information on how to get started on Aurora, please see my Aurora Introduction post here which you will need to complete before unlocking this collection. I have also written collection guides on all the other Stage 1 sections: Bloodstone Fen Master, Ember Bay Master, Lake Doric Master, Draconis Mons Master and Bitterfrost Frontier Master.
Aurora: Awakening is the first set of collections towards the Legendary Trinket, Aurora. For information on how to get started with this collection process, please see my Aurora Introduction post here. I have also written collection guides for Bloodstone Fen Master, Ember Bay Master, Lake Doric Master and Draconis Mons Master.
Aurora: Awakening is the first set of collections towards the Legendary Trinket, Aurora. If you need to know how to get started and unlock the Aurora: Awakening collection, then please see my introductory post. I have also done posts on other Aurora sub collections, so you can see the posts for Bloodstone Fen Master, Ember Bay Master and Lake Doric Master here.
The Naturalist’s Journal is a sub collection for the Chuka and Chamapawat Vol.3: Tigris Collection. This collection has 16 parts consisting of one crafted item and 15 journal entries.
I’ve finally finished the collection and crafted the shoulder skin “Winter’s Presence”. I completed all but 2 things for this collection last year so I was determined to finish it this year after having the achievement sat in my watch list for the past 12 months.
Aurora: Awakening is the first official step of the Legendary Trinket’s collections. After you’ve forged your Gleam of Sentience and purchased your Sentient Seed, you will have unlocked these collections. See my Aurora Introductory Post for more information.
Crafting Tigris, the Precursor weapon to Chuka and Champawat, is the next major stage towards creating your Legendary Weapon. However, we need to complete this collection first. There are 20 parts to this collection, 2 of which involve a separate collection which I will write my next Chuka post on.