We’re taking a look at all of the Meowscles’ Mischief Challenges and how-to complete both week 5 and 6 them in this guide! In Fortnite Chapter 2: Season 2, Challenges are a bit different in that they are themed based on one of the skins you receive in the battle pass. If you complete at least 18 of these Meowscles’ Mischief Challenges you will get the choice to obtain the Ghost or Shadow style for the Meowscles skin! Once you’ve selected your choice, you will not be able to obtain the other style.
Meowscles Week 5 Challenges List
Here’s the Meowscles challenges list for week 5:
- Search Chests at Misty Meadows or Salty Springs (10)
- Eliminate players with Assault Rifles from at least 50 meters (5)
- Consume fish to gain health or shields (400)
- Deal damage to players while using Creepin’ Cardboard (200)
- Survive a fall from at least 5 stories high (9)
- Deal damage to Henchmen with Pickaxes (100)
- Visit Coral Cove, Stack Shack, and Crash Site without swimming in a single match (1)
- Kick a soccer ball 100 meters (100)
- Deal damage to players using Miniguns (400)
- Visit Shipwreck Cove, Yacht, and Flopper Pond (1)
Meowscles Week 6 Challenges List
Here’s a full list of the Meowscles challenges for week 6:
- Search Chests at Frenzy Farm or Steamy Stacks (10)
- Deal damage to players using Assault Rifles (1,000)
- Search a chest within 10 seconds after landing from the Battle Bus (10)
- Deal damage to players while riding in a Choppa (200)
- Catch a weapon, a can, and a fish (1)
- Eliminate opponents at the Yacht or Salty Springs (5)
- Destroy dog houses (3)
- Block damage with a Decoy Grenade (100)
- Dance at Lake Canoe, Camp Cod, and Rainbow Rentals (1)
- Ride the Steamy Stacks, a Zipline, and use a Secret Passage in a single match (1)
- Coming soon…
Meowscles Challenges Week 5 Cheat Sheet
Meowscles Challenges Week 6 Cheat Sheet
Meowscles Ghost & Shadow Styles
Once you’ve completed 18 of Meowscles’s Trial Challenges you will be able to pick ONE of the following styles for the Meowscles skin. As far as we know, you won’t be able to get the other one so make sure you choose wisely.
Meowscles Challenges Guide
It’s important to note that a lot of the challenges that have to do with Henchmen, Sentry Cameras, Sentry Turrets, & ID Scanners will NOT show up in Team Rumble. So, you’re going to have to go into regular matches to complete those unfortunately.
Week 5 Challenges
Search Chests at Misty Meadows or Salty Springs (10)
Salty Springs is a hugely popular drop spot, so I would absolutely avoid it if you are looking to do this challenge in the normal battle royale. If you’re doing this in Team Rumble, which I would recommend, then head to the spot where less teammates are landing!
Eliminate players with Assault Rifles from at least 50 meters (5)
Head to Team Rumble, pick up an Assault rifle, and snipe people from afar to complete this challenge! You usually get quite a few opportunities to land far from the main concentration of players and can usually pop shots at them and pick up some eliminations.
Consume fish to gain health or shields (400)
You can really just go all over the river areas and find fishing poles with fishing hot spots in the water. If you want a more targeted spot, you can go to the small lake to the east of Holly Hedges. You can also go directly south of Sweaty Sands and there’s a pretty good sized lake there to do some fishing. If you only get the orange health fish, you can jump off a high ramp to deal some damage to yourself that will allow you to heal.
Deal damage to players while using Creepin’ Cardboard (200)
Creepin’ Cardboard can be found in the environment in various locations, as floor loot, and it drops from all types of chests. You can carry it in your inventory and throw it on the ground. Once you do, you can jump in and hide in it. When you’re ready to deal some damage from it, just aim down the sights and take your shots. This challenge is going to be pretty difficult, you might be able to pull it off in Team Rumble if you can get in a box in a populated area.
Survive a fall from at least 5 stories high (9)
This would be a good challenge to combine with the consuming fish to gain health or shields one. You can build up five ramps that should get you at least 5 stories high, and then jump off of it. You want to limit the height you jump from so you don’t accidentally eliminate yourself. I would do this in Team Rumble since you can easily mess it up and not be overly punished for doing so.
Deal damage to Henchmen with Pickaxes (100)
There’s Henchmen all over the place, but especially at The Shark, Yacht, Grotto, Agency, and Rig. You can also find them at the Ghost and Shadow spawns that are in unnamed locations.
Visit Coral Cove, Stack Shack, and Crash Site without swimming in a single match (1)
You can’t swim to any of these locations, so the easiest way to do this is to grab one of the new helicopters! The purple circles on the map below show where they can be found, there’s one directly east of Stack Shack. You can grab the Pleasant Park one as well, or land at The Shark.
Kick a soccer ball 100 meters (100)
You can find a soccer ball over at Pleasant Park. The field that is there is opened up where you can find a Choppa. Right near the edge of where this secret area has opened up is the ball you can kick around.
There’s another soccer ball location to the northwest of Frenzy Farm and up on a hill. Kick it down the hill and hopefully that will end up giving you the 100 meters you are required!
Deal damage to players using Miniguns (400)
The easiest place to guarantee yourself a minigun is to go to The Grotto. The Henchmen there will be wielding them, but you can takeout Brutus to get him to drop the mythic version of the minigun. Unfortunately, you can’t do this in Team Rumble so you’d have to find one elsewhere if you want to do get this challenge done in that mode.
Visit Shipwreck Cove, Yacht, and Flopper Pond (1)
Shipwreck Cove is on the southeastern side of the map at H7, The Yacht can be found in H1 on the northeastern part of the map, and Flopper Pond is to the west at C5!
Week 6 Challenges
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