Gerudo Town is a very important part of the main story in Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. The town is located in the desert and is a protected community for the Gerudo people.
To reach the town, players must make their way through the Gerudo Desert. There are two extremes of the desert: one is cold, and the other is hot. When the heat becomes too much for Link, he will start losing hearts.
The main quest in Gerudo Town will give Link access to a powerful divine beast. This beast is able to unleash thunder strikes. However, this is only if Link is dressed appropriately. Luckily, there are several places where he can wear armor that will let him look like a female Gerudo.
One of these locations is the Jee Noh Shrine. It is located southwest of the Great Plateau. A shrine can be used to store items such as fire-resistant food and medicines. Inns can also be found at the site.
Another location is the Daqo Chisay Shrine. The shrine is located outside of the Gerudo Town and can be completed with the aid of a guide. Once completed, players will receive a bonus heat resistance.
Gerudo Town is a large and vibrant village. However, it is a very secretive community. Only females are allowed to enter.
Gerudo Town is a major part of the game and will help Link on his quest to rescue Princess Zelda and awaken the divine beasts. Before entering the town, however, you must complete the Forbidden City Entry Main Quest.
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