Prince Eric

Prince Eric
Prince Eric.png
From: The Little Mermaid.png The Little Mermaid
Voiced By: Christopher Daniel Barnes
House: Prince Eric's Castle.png Prince Eric's Castle
Unlock Quest: Menu Icon Quests.png Poor Unfortunate Prince Friendship 10.pngUrsula.png

Prince Eric is a character from the Disney film The Little Mermaid (1989).


Complete quests for Ariel and Ursula. After completing Ursula's level 10 friendship quest   A Deal with Ursula you'll begin the quest to unlock Prince Eric called   Poor Unfortunate Prince. The Ursula quest has given you an item called Poor Unfortunate Eric, first return this to Ariel. She'll ask you to speak to Merlin and ask for his help returning Prince Eric to normal.

Merlin will explain what's needed to restore Prince Eric. First the player needs to place and build his castle, then find an object dear to him, and finally have Ariel kiss him to break the spell. Find a suitable location to place Prince Eric's Castle, then pay Scrooge Construction   10,000 to complete it.

Inside the castle you'll find a sparkling flute sitting on the table - pick it up and return it to Ariel. She'll take the flute, say Eric's name and kiss him and he'll be restored, joining the Village!


Main article: Time.
Schedule times have been community sourced and may not be accurate & subject to change
Time Location
1:00 AM Wandering the Valley, his home, and other villager homes.
7:00 AM Unavailable. Sleeping inside his home.
11:00 AM Chez Remy eating inside the Restaurant.
1:00 PM Wandering the Valley, his home, and other villager homes.
2:00 PM Scrooge's Store browsing clothing and furniture items for sale.
4:00 PM Wandering the Valley, his home, and other villager homes.
11:00 PM Chez Remy eating inside the Restaurant.

Friendship Rewards

Prince Eric will award the following rewards when Friendship levels are reached. Friendship can be leveled up through gifts, quests, conversation, or by hanging out.

Lvl Image Name Type
Seaside Prince Side Part Clothing
Design Motif Custom Clothing Motif
Purple Chaise and Anchor Pillow Furniture
Design Motif Custom Clothing Motif
White and Blue Officer Jacket Clothing
Design Motif Custom Clothing Motif
Eric's Miniature Boat[1] Furniture
  1. Rewarded after completing the quest   The Mystical Crystal (  Prince Eric Level 10)


Prince Eric's Castle
Main article Prince Eric's Castle

Prince Eric's house is a large castle. It's made available to place during the quest   Poor Unfortunate Prince and constructing it costs   10,000.

Inside the house Prince Eric will offer different crafting blueprints which randomly change daily. These cost coins, and only the name of the item is visible before purchasing.


Friendship Quests

Daily Discussions

A penny for your thoughts?
  You know, Player, I've been thinking about exploring lately.
  Which do you prefer: leisurely exploration or action-filled adventure?
→  Leisurely exploration.
  Nice. I love exploring. Ariel does too.
  It's so exciting to find new things. New places!
  And when we do it together, we notice so much more.
→  Action-filled adventure.
  Hey, there's nothing like grand adventures on the high seas!
  Diving into the unknown is dangerous sometimes...
  But that just makes it more exciting!
→  Staying home.
  Ha! You're right. That's another important option.
  And some people do prefer it. Even I get tired of exploring sometimes.
  It's important to be able to rest and recover.
Any deep thoughts to share with me today?
  Hey, Player. I had a thought -- you know forks?
→  Like, the cutlery?
  Yes. Forks, as in cutlery.
→  Yes. I am aware of forks.
  Sorry, that was a silly question. Of course you're aware of forks.
→  You mean "dinglehoppers"?
  Ha! Yes. Exactly. I was just thinking...
  They have a kind of boring name, don't they? "Fork."
  Ariel calls them "dinglehoppers." That's way more fun. Do you think we should change the name?
→  Sounds kind of confusing.
  I guess you're right.
  But I still think "dinglehopper" is a great name.
→  I think you're very in love with Ariel.
  Ha. Yeah, I am.
  Maybe changing the name isn't the best idea.
  I just love how excited she gets about dinglehoppers.
Any questions for me?
  Settle a question for me, Player.
  I love sailing big ships. Galleons, with a crew and three masts.
  But Moana says there's nothing like skimming the waves in a small canoe.
  Which do you prefer? A big ship or a small canoe?
→  Big ships.
  That's how I feel. I like a solid deck under my feet.
  And bigger ships means you can haul more, and carry more people.
  But maybe I'm just more comfortable with large ships because they're what I'm used to.
→  Small canoes.
  Yeah? Well, they are useful. I can't deny that. Light and fast.
  Moana offered to teach me how to sail one. Maybe I should take her up on it.
→  It depends.
  I guess you're right. Different kinds of boats work for different things.
  My kingdom needs large ships to carry trade cargo.
  But Moana's canoe is perfect for navigating between smaller islands.
  We're lucky we have both options.
Do you like living here?
  I love Dazzle Beach. The salty sea air. The wind blowing in your face! There's nothing like it.
→   I love the ocean.
  You do? We're pretty similar then. What's your favorite thing about the sea?
→  The waves.
  I understand that. I love crashing over the waves, as long as they aren't crashing over the ship!
→  The salty air.
  Yes! There's something about the air near the ocean. It smells so fresh and alive.
→  The mermaids!
  Not everyone believes in them, but you and I know they're real. And one of them, at least, is pretty amazing.
→  I get seasick.
  Oh, I'm sorry about that. I don't get seasick myself, but I have a friend who does.
  I know it's pretty unpleasant. Well, I hope you can enjoy the ocean from the shore.
Do you want to talk about anything?
  There's this old riddle we used to ask new sailors on our ship. Would you like to hear it?
→   Yes.
  Okay, here you go: What do you throw out to use and take back to stop?
→  Trash.
  Huh? That's an interesting answer. It's not the one the old sea dogs taught me, though.
→  An anchor.
  Yes! That's the answer. Pretty clever, huh?
→  A net.
  Huh? That's an interesting answer. It's not the one the old sea dogs taught me, though.
→  No.
  Guess you're not a riddle sort of person. That's okay.
Got a question for me?
  Player, have you ever seen a dolphin?
→  I have!
  Hey, that's good luck for you!
→  I haven't.
  Oh, I hope you do someday. They're amazing. And good luck!
  There's an old sailors' legend that seeing a dolphin means good fortune for a journey.
→  Are there a lot of dolphins around the Valley?
  A few. Sometimes I see them while I'm fishing.
→  I didn't know that.
  Well, all the crews I've sailed with believe it. I like to think it's true.
→  I love dolphins!
  I do too. Seeing them is always really impressive.
What are you up to?
  Player, I really want to do something nice for Ariel. So I thought I should take her on a picnic.
  Just the two of us. Where do you think we should go?
→  Dazzle Beach!
  That's a great idea! A blanket, some nice food...
  Watching the waves and the horizon.
→  The Forest of Valor!
  Yeah, that'd be nice. I can lay down a blanket beside the river and she can swim up alongside me.
→  The Frosted Heights!
  That's a little cold for us, but I bet Ariel would like to explore up there.
  It would be an adventure.
  Well, the location's decided. What should I bring along to enjoy with our main course?
→  Fruit.
  Sounds good! I'll gather some different fruit and maybe visit Goofy's Stall.
  Ariel will love it.
  She gets almost as excited about surface food as she does about human objects.
→  Freshly baked bread.
  Yeah! Merfolk can't exactly mill flour underwater.
  So I bet Ariel hasn't tried many different kinds of bread.
  I'll ask Remy if he has any good ideas.
→  Chocolate chip cookies.
  Great idea. We definitely have to have a dessert.
  I'll ask Remy if he has any good ideas.
What's on your mind?
  Hey, Player, I really love the fishing expeditions I've taken. I get to explore all the waters around the Valley.
  I haven't found many other islands yet, but I've seen a lot of reefs and strange fish.
→  What do you need to go exploring?
  Just a ship and a fair wind.
  A map can be handy, but sometimes it's more fun to chart your own way.
→  Is there anything special out there?
  Well, I won't know unless I look!
  That's part of what makes it exciting. Not knowing what I'll find.
→  Is it safe?
  Well, I can't be completely sure. And that's part of the fun! Adventure is never guaranteed to be safe.
  Ships are safe in the harbor, but that's not what ships are built for.
  They're meant to sail out and explore.


  • 1.0: Added
  • 1.3: Bug introduced: unable to hang out. New Daily Discussion topics added: A penny for your thoughts?, Any deep thoughts to share with me today?, Any questions for me?, Got a question for me?, What are you up to?, What's on your mind?