This is a guide to completing The Dancing Songstress, a request in New Pokemon Snap (Pokemon Snap 2) for the Nintendo Switch. Here you can find what kind of photo you need, and how to take it, in order to clear The Dancing Songstress, as well as the reward!
List of Contents
|Course||Reef (Evening) Lv. 2|
|How to Unlock||・After your first expedition in Reef (Evening)|
|Request Text||・“Primarina swims so elegantly, especially when it leaps out of the water! But it's hard to get a photo of it!”|
Start Reef (Evening) at Research Level 1. Proceed through the course until you reach the Primarina that will dive to the water.
Wait for the Primarina to jump out of the water and take its photo to complete the request.
The required photo which was registered as a photo of Mantine.
We recommend using Burst Mode to capture Primarina's photo without the Mantine included in the shot.
Completing this request will reward you with the following collectible: Monitor: Rita.
|Reef (Evening) LenTalk Requests|
|Drifting Drifblim||The Dancing Songstress||Practice Makes Perfect|
|Round and Round||Whirlpool Blast Off||Take One, Please|
|A Mighty Rolling Leap||Mareanie's a Meanie||Voracious Vaporeon|
|Myth of the Sea|
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It’s level two
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