At the top, drop the ball, look at the Sheikah symbol and the monk Moa'Keet gives you another Spirit Orb. Detonate the bomb to move the cart along the rails and repeat the process until you reach the shrine. The pathway above where you cling to the tower is clear, and you can climb the rest of the way without avoiding any goo. Run at the top of the slope, then go right. Inside you'll find Gonguron and your next objective is to head down the hill and bring back a rock roast. Again, Foothill Stable to the south you can see it from the Tower has Fireproof Elixirs for sale from Gaile outside.
Throw a bomb towards the destructible rocks and detonate it to clear them. Start off with the one to the Southwest of the Tabantha Tower and then shoot the eyeball in the Northern column with an arrow. All Sheikah Tower Locations — The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Gerudo Sheikah Tower: From the Tabantha Tower, head South as if you were heading to Gerudo Town. Turn left to find third chest. If you go north of here, you'll instantly start getting burn damage, and your wooden equipment will set ablaze if left out. Eldin Tower Climb on some rocks, then do a little flight towards the tower, grab it and climb it to the summit. Go back to the stable, then join the path again towards northwest.
Each page below has a full listing of all the Korok Seeds within its region, along with pictures, a description, and a video collecting all the seeds. On the next platform, head to the right and use Magnesis on the metal sphere and place it to one side so that you can nip up the ramp and open the chest. When you first start playing, shrines feel plentiful and easy-to-find. Breath of the Wild was a launch title for the Switch and was the final Nintendo-produced game for the Wii U. Eldin Tower 1 - Qua Raym Shrine This shrine is located on the island in Goronbi Lake. This area has been flooded and is also filled with enemies, so use the remains of the nearby fortifications to get up close to the tower. At the top of this rock is a shrine.
You'll find a chest to the right containing a key. Run through before it closes. Walk some more to reach the entrance of. Hop onto the rocks on the edge of the road and you'll see the stable to the right and the shrine to the left. Take the Knight's Broadsword into the chest, then after another magnetic ball has fallen down, go down the slope and go left. Just a bit further along, you should see a river on your left-hand side with an Electric Wizzrobe lurking.
You'll see the shrine down the path to the left. Zelda: Breath of the Wild's Goron City is a north east location next to a huge towering volcano that dominates the skyline, a required visit as part of completing Divine Beast. For the price per slot for each of the categories, see the chart below: Additional Slots Melee Weapons Bows Shields 1 st 1 1 1 2 nd 2 2 2 3 rd 3 3 3 4 th 5 5 4 5 th 8 8 5 6 th 12 12 10 7 th 17 17 10 8 th 25 25 Max 10 9 th 35 10 10 th 45 10 11 th 55 Max 15 12 th 15 13 th 15 14 th 15 15 th 15 16 th 20 Max Totals 208 73 160 Unlocking and Purchasing To unlock the ability to turn in Korok Seeds and start purchasing the Weapon Slot upgrades mentioned above, first complete Side Quest on the road to Kakariko Village. Now light your torch and proceed to the last area. Step on it to clear the orbs path and open the nearby gate. You won't need one just yet, but hang onto it. Lake Sheikah Tower: As you may have guessed from the name, this Sheikah Tower is nearby Lake Hylia — just South, to be precise.
Prepare for cold If you have the warm doublet, put it on to protect yourself from the cold. Upon release, Breath of the Wild received widespread critical acclaim, with critics particularly praising the game's physics-driven open world and gameplay that encourages player experimentation. Carry on your way to the north. Keep walking in that direction until you spot Gorko Lake in the Eldin Region. All Sheikah Tower Locations — The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Sheikah Towers are a pretty important part of your adventure in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.
In the next area you need to destroy the wooden crates holding up the stone slab in the enclosure to activate the floor switch. Keep following this path around the long bend and take the left route when the path splits. Don't focus on green rupees unless they happen to be in your path. Race seeds also indicate the beginning and end of the race. An extended stamina wheel is also hugely helpful, letting you make jumps up the side of the rock to the platforms. The chest will burn away, dropping a small key. With the entrance behind you, look up to the left to see a chest on the platform above.
Glide over and light the second lantern. The shrine maps below show the shrine locations of all 120 shrines across the world of Breath of the Wild — plus those added with , which appear in green on each map. The first is in an alcove to the right, along the ramp. Ready Magnesis before using the switch to stop the spiked boulder from running you down. To quickly navigate, you can click any of the links below to scroll the map to the Tower of your choice.
You'll find him in a hut on the northwest side of the area. Once you're inside use Stasis on a boulder as it rolls past, before it goes over the edge, and run up the slope sharpish. However, future posts like will be removed due to bashing a political party. Use Magnesis to catch the magnetic ball, then climb the slope and drop it into the lava. I went through areas that I never visited before. This will raise some steps back at the central junction.
Turn around to face the altar and blow up the wooden crates on the right, burning the ivy on the wall to reveal an alcove with a third chest. Want help with the main game? Use the updraft to reach the chest hidden behind the pillar on the right. Southern Mine You'll very soon come to Southern Mine. Qua Raym Qua Raym Shrine is found to the east of Woodland Tower. It is close to the northern tip of Cephla Lake. Take it back to the shrine entrance with you. Once you've pilfered all of the chests, head to the altar.