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Fortnite season 5 week 4 guide: How to ignite and dance at a tomato shrine

The Tomatohead challenge for igniting and dancing at tomato shrines in Fortnite is deceptively difficult, due in part because you have to visit both locations in the same match. It also doesn’t help that the challenge’s description is misleading. There are two spots you must visit: Pizza Pit and Pizza Food Truck, which are both practically at opposite ends of the map. You might be struggling with finding each location or getting from one to the other within the same match.

In this guide, we’ll show you where each tomato shrine is located and the best way to get to both within the same game. Here’s how to ignite and dance at a tomato shrine near Pizza Pit or Pizza Food Truck in Fortnite.

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Tomato shrine at Pizza Pit

Before getting to the meat and potatoes of the actual challenge, it’s important to know a few things. First, is that you need to complete Tomatohead’s first challenge for collecting a tomato basket at a nearby farm. Once that’s complete, you can begin this challenge. The other thing to know is where each tomato shrine is located, starting with the one at Pizza Pit. You’ll find it on the second floor of this location by the booths. Use the map above for reference.

Tomato shrine at Pizza Food Truck

The second shrine is located to the east of Flush Factory by the Pizza Food Truck. Again, use the image above for guidance.

How to complete the challenge

The description for this challenge is misleading. It seems like you must “ignite AND dance” at one or the other, but in reality, what you need to do is ignite OR dance at both in one match. This is most likely a typo in the challenge’s description. The best way to complete this challenge is to visit the Pizza Food Truck tomato shrine first. Ignite it or dance at it — just make sure you get credit, either way. Then, head to the planes to the north and use one to fly it to the shrine at Pizza Pit. The plane base is found at a red building, to the south of Weeping Woods.

Interestingly, when we arrived at Pizza Pit, the shrine was gone, meaning someone else destroyed it. At first, we thought we’d be locked out of completing the challenge for the round, but if you dance where the shrine is supposed to be, you’ll still earn credit for completing the challenge. It’s confusing because the challenge’s description might lead you to believe you only need to visit one location or the other — but you must visit both. Once you’ve ignited or danced at both locations, you’ll complete the challenge and earn 20,000 XP!

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