Mirror Mirror is an adventure in Club Penguin Island. It is received from Aunt Arctic, and is the fourth episode in Chapter 1: Bright Idea. During this adventure, the player must fish for sea glass at the Beacon Boardwalk to use to the repair the Lighthouse beacon's mirror, but the glass is stolen, and must be reclaimed.
The adventure starts with Aunt Arctic thanking the player for their endeavors so far, but mentions that a mirror is still needed to focus the beam from the light of the glowing crystal, and Rockhopper is offering to help make a mirror. After talking to him, he says that he can make a mirror, but needs sea glass, and offers a squid tentacle he was "saving for lunch" to use to fish it up from the bay, as the tentacle will stick to the glass. The player must go to the nearby fishing dock and fish up three pieces. The first two pieces are caught fine, but while trying to catch the third piece, the player instead reels in seaweed. A crab then swims by, tauntingly holding up a piece of sea glass. Rockhopper says it stole the glass, and tells the player to seek Aunt Arctic's help.
After talking to Aunt Arctic, she mentions crabs are usually only in the Sea Caves, and gives the player a Crab Disguise, made by a "brilliant disguise gal" she knows, to infiltrate their den and retrieve the glass. After putting the disguise on through the closet, Aunt Arctic claims that through her research, she discovered that crabs speak in emojis and claw clicking, and that they respect royalty, so using an emoji with a crown on it will fool them. She then orders the player to head to their den in the Sea Caves.
After swimming to the end of the den while wearing the disguise, the crabs appear to be guarding the glass. The player must then use an emoji with a crown, which scares them off, and they drop the glass. The glass then must be brought back to Rockhopper, who commends the player for outsmarting the crabs, and says he will get to work on polishing the glass to make a mirror. The player then receives a set of 6 emojis, 50 coins, and 60 Aunt Arctic XP.
Received from Rockhopper after Aunt Arctic instructs the player to enlist Rockhopper's help. It is used to fish for pieces of glass in the bay, as the glass sticks to the tentacle.
Two pieces are caught in the bay by fishing with the tentacle received from Rockhopper. The third piece is stolen by a crab before it can be caught, and must be retrieved by tracking them down to the crab den in the Sea Caves using a disguise. After all three are obtained, they must be brought back to Rockhopper so they can be polished into a mirror.
On November 1, 2017, the XP rewarded for completing this adventure was changed from 90 to 60.
Names in other languages
Podemos consertar o Farol com vidro, mas você não é a única pessoa atrás dele.
Le phare pourrait être réparé avec un peu de verre, mais tu n'es pas le seul à en vouloir.
El vidrio podría reparar el Faro, pero no eres el único que lo quiere.