Shrines are an important part of the Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. They are miniature dungeons focused on puzzle solving. Players can earn shrine orbs that allow them to gain stamina bar space and heart containers. Shrine orbs also can give players warp points, which can be useful in traveling between locations. However, finding all the shrines in the game can be a lengthy process.
There are 120 shrines in The Legend of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild. Each is located in a different area of Hyrule. These can be found in green on the map. To access them, you need to acquire a Sheikah Slate. Some of them are rare, so you’ll have to be careful.
Keo Ruug Shrine is a shrine in the Korok Forest of Central Hyrule. It has a large circular floor that is covered with circles. Aside from the spheres, you’ll find constellations on the walls. You can also find a raft near the shrine.
Dah Kaso Area contains a number of tall stone formations. This shrine is near a raft and a set of bridges. Those with knowledge of electrical currents may find it relatively simple. Several corrupted areas are located southwest of the central maze section.
Sho Dantu Shrine is found west of Gerudo Tower. The puzzle involves destroying a stone with a bomb. If you want to skip the puzzles in the Minor Test of Strength Shrine, you can use the Shield Bomb Jump.
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