Project Mugetsu Tyrone – How to Find Him

A complete guide to finding the NPC Tyrone, including a step-by-step guide and the quest that you need him for.

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Can’t find Project Mugetsu Tyrone? This guide is here to help you. Here, we will provide you with Tyrone’s exact location so you can find the elusive character. That way, you can spend less time searching and more time playing the actual game.

Project Mugetsu is a Roblox RPG that draws inspiration from the massive anime series, Bleach. You play as a Quincy, Hollow, or Soul Reaper, and have to complete quests, beat your enemies (including other players!), and strive to gain as much power as possible. It’s a Roblod RPG, after all, so expect becoming powerful to be the aim of the game.

You can check out Project Mugetsu on Roblox. If you’re looking for more guides, check out our Project Mugetsu Resurrection tier list, Project Mugetsu Shikai tier list, and Project Mugetsu clan tier list.

Project Mugetsu Tyrone

Now, let’s take a look at everything you need to know about Project Mugetsu’s Tyrone.

Where is Tyrone in Project Mugetsu?

You can find Tyrone hiding in a cave in Heuco Mendo. Here’s the exact location in steps:

  • Go to Hueco Mendo
  • Head to the centre of the map
  • Find the giant rib cage
  • Head past the rib cage past a tower on your left
  • Go through two dead trees and veer left
  • Climb the mountain keep going until you find a series of buildings
  • Follow the mountain wall past them, with the buildings on your left
  • Drop down the mountain when past the buildings and you will see a flight of stairs
  • Climb the stairs and at the very top you will find a cave with a glue blowing light inside
  • Tyrone is inside this cave

Why do I Need to Find Tyrone?

Tyrone is the NPC that provides you with the Quincy quest, so if you want to be a Quincy you need to find him. To learn more about this quest, following our complete Project Mugetsu Quincy guide.

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