There are many collectibles in Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles, and while the five Constellations are not as useful as Sprites, they do brighten up the night sky when you’ve found them. Most of them are quite easy to find. If you have the required amount of Sprites on you to clear the Murk around them, you’ll have no problems at all. The fifth one is a little bit more tricky to reach though, so pay close attention.
Braya the Lonely Light
You’ll find the Braya the Lonely Light Constellation on a stone surrounded by Murk in the North Western area of Numino Peak.
Hin the Wanderer
Hin the Wanderer is easy to find just to the North West of your first farm in the Grasslands. This stone is not surrounded by Murk, so you can just walk past the ruined building and collect it.
Mayus the Hopeful Beast
Mayus the Hopeful Beast can be found in the midst of Dapplewood Forest just past a potential stone bridge build site and through some tall trees.
Penassus the Wise Scholar
The Penassus the Wise Scholar Constellation is located in the Southern part of Heartwind Vale. You’ll want to approach from the South West in order to climb up the hill.
Moko and Poko the Eternal Friends
The final constellation is difficult to reach. Moko and Poko the Eternal Friends is submerged in a small pool of water on the Western edge of Sunderwind Wilds. Rumors have it that during the summer months this pool is dried up, allowing for easy access. It is, however, possible to pick up the Constellation by aiming your fall to just bump into the stone and being very quick to hit the button to collect it. Then you drown.
After you’ve collected all five Constellations in Gemea, not only will your night sky look more interesting, but you’ll also unlock the Twinkle, twinkle achievement in Steam, or the equivalent trophy on the PlayStation 4.