Fortnite Season 7 Week 6 Quests Guide: Fortnite Inflate a Bull, More

by in Fortnite | Jul, 16th 2021

Epic Games has released the Fortnite Season 7 Week 6 quests, which follow the same general format as the previous weeks. Players will have many missions to do this week, including ones like the Fortnite inflate a bull quest and many more that are fun and interesting.

Fortnite Season 7 Week 6 Quests List

The Fortnite Season 7 Week 6 quests are here, marking more than the halfway point of a normal 10-week season (though we do not know how long this season will be yet). For the most part, it is what you would expect this week, especially after the fifth week of Fortnite Season 7 quests

Like previous weeks this season, Week 6 is all about having a divide between the epic quests that are essentially the normal ones and the legendary quests that are more engaging, often more rewarding, but also more fleeting at the same time. 

You can find the full list of the epic quests this week below, including seven of them that you will be able to do throughout this week and the rest of the seventh season. 

  • Collect 500 gold bars
  • Spend 500 gold bars
  • Destroy three equipment pieces on top of Abductors
  • Open three chests or ammo boxes in low-gravity areas
  • Use the alien nanites three times in places other than Holly Hatchery
  • Destroy five alien trees
  • Plant three saplings at Stumpy Ridge, the Fork Knife food truck, or the Fortnite radio station

And that is it for the epic quests that players have to do this week. That said, there are six more quests that have arrived this week as part of the Week 6 legendary quests. These are only sticking around for a single week until the next batch of legendaries arrive, so be sure to snatch these up while you can. 

Here is the full list of Week 6 legendary quests in Season 7:

  • Get orders from D. Slone once more at a payphone
  • Place one Prepper supply at Hayseed’s Farm
  • Deal 250 damage to opponents at farm locations
  • Use the Fortnite inflate a bull item
  • Place three cow decoys at farm locations
  • Deal 250 damage to a flying saucer with an alien inside

And that is it for the Fortnite Season 7 Week 6 quests this week. There are a total of 13 that we have to do this week, six of which are only available for a limited time. That is where we come in. We have our tips and locations for how to complete all of them, including the Fortnite inflate a bull quest and more. 

How to Destroy Equipment on Abductors

Kicking off this guide, we have the first of the epic quests this week, and we start with the mission to collect 500 gold bars in matches. This is a simple quest that we have this week, which is to make sure that you can collect a total of 500 of these gold bars across the matches that you do. 

This is nothing special here as we have had gold bars for a few seasons now in Fortnite, so you should know the drill when it comes to these. They are the persistent currency you can use and earn in matches to get new weapons and other items from NPCs. 

In general, 500 is a lot, especially with the fewer bounties and such that we have this season, but your best bet for getting the gold bars is heading to NPCs. They will offer some quests that you can do that will typically give you a hefty amount of bars. 

Alternatively, you could take out enemies for a handful of gold at a time, and opening chests will usually give you some as well. The general goal is to keep this grind up until you reach the coveted 500 mark. This can take some time, though, so we recommend just continuing to do quests and the like across multiple matches to get it. 

The next quest is a sequel to the last one where you now need to spend 500 gold bars. So, the money that you just made in the matches you did, you now need to blow it on whatever you like. This can be done all at once in a single match, or you could divide it up between matches. 

The idea here is to head to the NPCs on the map and spend as much gold as possible on the items and weapons they offer you. But you will likely need to visit several NPCs to have enough offers to spend 500 in total. 

After that, we have a quest to destroy three equipment items on top of Abductor ships. So long as Epic Games keeps the huge flying saucers in the game, you should be able to do this one. Abductors are massive and can be seen from far away, acting as the locations where you get abducted and taken to the mothership. 

But, rather than getting abducted this time, head to the top of an Abductor and destroy three things. The best way to do this is to head to the nearest ship at the start of the match and start mashing away at items with your pickaxe until you have destroyed three of them. 

The fourth mission this week is to open three chests or ammo boxes in low-gravity areas. This is a tricky one, but it can be done if you follow the specific steps. Low-gravity means areas that are either alien-infested purple zones or ones where you have used your alien nanites item. 

The former requires you to head to the purple areas on the map, while the latter involves saving the alien nanites for areas where you are near some chests and ammo boxes. We do not expect you to get all three in one match, but you can, thankfully, continue this one across multiple matches if you need to. 

Where to Plant Saplings

Next up, we have a normal mission to deploy three alien nanites items on the map, basically anywhere except Holly Hedges. We are not sure what Epic Games has against Holly Hedges, but avoid this location for this quest. 

You can do this one in tandem with the last one where you need the low-gravity areas. Head to somewhere like Pleasant Park or anywhere else with many chests and ammo boxes, and start using the alien nanite items to do this mission. 

Make sure to do it three times. The key here is that you need the alien nanites items first. To find these, we recommend heading to the purple alien areas on the island, as they are some of the best places to find this special Season 7 item. 

After that, we have a quest to destroy five alien trees on the map. This is another one that you can do with the previous quest, as you will likely want to visit the purple alien areas anyways. These are the spots where you can find the purple alien trees. 

This mission is simple enough: you need to grab your pickaxe or gun and start destroying five trees on the island at this point. You can likely do this one in a single match, but you can also take your time if there are not enough trees at your visit spots. 

Lastly, for the normal quests this week, we have one that asks players to plant three saplings at Stumpy Ridge, the Fork Knife food truck, and the Fortnite radio station. These are three landmark locations and ones that players may not know where to find at this time.

First up, we have Stumpy Ridge. The landmark location is east of Weeping Woods and northwest of Misty Meadows. In this remote area, you can find some saplings to plant. Alternatively, you can head to the food truck found north of Lazy Lake in another remote area of the island to plant some trees. 

And last but not least, the radio station is found just east of Craggy Cliffs in the hills here. Any of these three will do as they will allow you to plant some saplings and move on. 

Where to Place Preppers Supplies

We come to the legendary quests that we have to do this week if we want the maximum rewards. We recommend focusing on these first since they are time-sensitive. First up, we have yet another mission from Dr. Slone that you need to get from the payphone. 

The payphone locations have not changed, so go to the same spots that we have recommended for the last couple of weeks in the season. Believer Beach is where we like to go since it has some payphones relatively close by that you can walk up to and interact with. 

Next up, we have a mission to place a prepper supply at Hayseed’s Farm. The task is simple, but the difficult part is figuring out where this landmark location is found. You will be able to find the landmark farm in a pretty easy spot just east of Corny Complex and slightly northwest of Dirty Docks across the river. There are several supply locations on the farm, so interact with one. 

The third legendary mission this week is to deal 250 damage to opponents that are at farm locations. This is a bit challenging since you are limited to only these few locations on the island. That said, this does likely include Corny Complex, where you can usually find other players. 

You could even be that person who goes to a spot and waits for someone to come to try and complete their challenge and take them out. 250 is a decent amount of damage, equal to more than two players with full health and a little more than a player with full health and shields. 

Where to Find the Fortnite Inflate a Bull Item

This week, we have one that requires players to use a Fortnite inflate a bull item for the fourth legendary mission this week. This is a relatively new item in the season. It is a strange one, too, that turns the player into a bull-like person capable of special stunts. 

When you use the Fortnite inflate a bull item, you will be able to roll down hills, bounce around the island, and even temporarily become invincible to fire due to its powers. You need to use one Fortnite inflate a bull on the island. 

As for where you can find a Fortnite inflate a bull item, that is the tricky part. You will find it as normal loot, but that can be tough, and it is also in the IO chests. Furthermore, some NPCs like Rick Sanchez are reportedly selling the item so you can buy it and use it right then and there. 

After that, we have a mission to place three cow decoys at farm locations. Yet another farm mission is here, and this time, we need to place these three cow decoys. There is an assortment of locations where you can do this at Corny Complex and its surrounding regions, so you should have no problem finding three in a single match, no less. But you can continue it in future matches if you do not get all of them in one. 

And last but not least, this week, we need to deal 250 damage to flying saucers with an alien in them. You can find these flying around awkwardly around the map, and you can usually tell by how weird they act compared to when real people drive them. 

I like to grab my flying saucer and hunt them down to deal 250 damage, but you could also shoot at them from the ground using a rail gun or the like. 250 damage is not a lot for a flying saucer, so you can get this done easily in one match or continue it across multiple, if necessary. 


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