Death Mountain, the iconic home of Goron through the Zelda series, is your destination once again when you set out to help the rocky fellows in Tears of the Kingdom. However, as with all regional phenomena quests, there is something a little different about Volcano this time around.
We recommend that you take this quest the second time, after visiting the village of Rito. But you can visit Goron and help them at any time. Small warning, some of these screenshots will contain minor spoilers as we chose to visit the third Goron region. So, you might discover things that you haven’t seen in your game yet – don’t worry, nothing major!
This guide will cover the religion areaAnd Death MountainAnd Goron cityas well as how to get to the city and what to expect from the Al Din area.
Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom: How to get to Goron City
How to prepare for the debt zone
Goron City is located in the Eldin region, next to Death Mountain. If you’ve been keeping an eye on sky diving, you’ll notice that some of that nasty goo has been seeping out of the volcano since The Upheaval. And you will have to deal with that when you visit.
When you first get to Eldin, you’ll be pretty much fine. However, venture inside the mountain or deep into any caverns, and you’ll start to burn. So, We recommend that you purchase the Flamebreaker armor set once you arrive in Goron City. As you travel up the mountain, you can also pick up any fireproof lizards you see to make some elixirs, but unless you bought some Beedle in a stable, you likely won’t have any before you venture there.
As things heat up, any wooden weapons you have will catch fire. This is fine for arrows (create some easy-fire arrows) but for sticks, wooden shields, and wooden bows, they’ll hurt you, so you’ll want to It sticks very well to metal or Zonaite weapons. In addition, make sure you have some Brightbloom seeds to use later. You’ll understand why when you get there.
How to get to the religion area
Located northeast of Lookout Landing, Eldin is probably the easiest place to see because of the huge volcano, Mount Doom, towering over the rest of the world. You will head to Woodland Stable on the way, this is the first stable where you will be able to unlock one of the great fairies via Serenade of the great fairy side adventure.
The Eldin Canyon Skyview Tower is also located just west of the stable and is worth opening for a map of the area. It’s also how we got to the Al-Din area, by diving from the sky and sliding down a mountain. If you’re less adventurous, you can also follow the path north, but you won’t be able to ride a horse.
How to find the city of Goron
As mentioned above, the Skyview Tower in the area is probably the best way to get to Goron City, and there are some landmarks on the way that will give you a sense of progression. You can also get Dragon’s Tear #3 from here by going south from the tower.
Bedrock Bistro near Goronbi Lake, on the south side of the mountain, is a good place to get your map, and the Timawak shrine is right next door. Talking to the people here will give you an insight into what’s going on in Goron City, and you’ll learn more about the marbled rock barbecue. um…
Getting to Goron City from here is relatively easy – all you have to do is follow the path north. A lot of lava has solidified, so you don’t have to worry about it taking damage. However, if you want to venture inside the many caves in the area, you’ll absolutely need the elixir of flame resistance. Follow the lanterns and mining signs for a steady course of town.
Don’t worry about any minecart bars yet – you’ll enjoy them later. Ramella will encounter the gem dealer before she reaches Goron City as well.
What to do in Goron City
You’ll notice that things are a little different in Goron City compared to Breath of the Wild. Namely, there is a huge pile of those grilled marble boulders in the middle of town. Plus there was a collapsed Goron in front of him. This is where you begin your search.
Now it’s time to get the Flamebreaker armor set from the shop. Sell gems to get as many of them as possible, because they will make life much easier. When you’re ready, start the Goron Regional Phenomena quest and you’ll meet a familiar friend who’s a little different than he used to be – Yunobo.
The other Goron are worried too, and they want you to follow your former friend to Yonobu’s headquarters, north of Goron City. Head to the north side of town and take a trolley ride through the canyon. You can also take Dugbo with you to get The Ancient City of Gorondia Side Quest out of the way.
Follow the path until you reach a cave, and talk to Offrak and Slergo, who will tell you that Yunobo has been acting strange since he got his new mask. And ever since he obtained that mask, he had been telling everyone to mine those marble-grilled rocks. Head inside the cave and face Yunobu.
Yes, you have to fight your friend Yunobu. However, it is a very easy fight. Yunobu will launch a roll attack and direct it towards you. Keep running until he is unleashed and hits the wall. Hit him and his mask will crack. Do this three times and you’re done. Yonobu is free and will now accompany you on your journey around Goron City.
First, you need to get out of this cave. Yunobo’s charging ability is excellent for this – he will roll into a ball and break the rock you throw at him. It is also the only thing that can break these red marble rocks. Keep that in mind for later. Your next destination is the summit of Death Mountain.
How to climb Mount Death
Although Death Mountain was huge, it was very easy to reach the top of the volcano. Remember all those little shopping cart tracks on your way to Goron? This is how we will get to the top. Although there are many ways you can get there – rockets, climbs, etc.
The little trail you want is on the west side of Death Mountain, just north of Goron City, so go back there first and slide up from the top of town (from Marakuguc Shrine). The go-kart is located near the Death Mountain West tunnel, and if you put a battery and a fan on it, you’ll have a smooth ride to the top. Well, except for Fire Keese, Octoroks, and Moblins. You can use Yunobo’s charging ability while riding a minecart. So take that, enemies. Aim at them and press A to shoot at enemies for a convenient way to remove blockades and annoyances.
You will eventually reach a dead end at the top. Walk along the wooden platforms towards the figure you’re chasing. It will disappear, however, and a huge creature will emerge from the top of Mount Doom.
How do you defeat Moragaya?
Moragia is one of the coolest bosses in Tears of the Kingdom, and unless you struggle with targeting Yunobo’s rolling ability, this will be a relatively easy fight, but an amazing one.
So, Moragia is very massive, which means you can’t hit it from the ground. Fortunately, there is a makeshift Zonai vehicle nearby that you can take a ride on. The wing is equipped with four propellers, two large batteries and a joystick, which means you can control your flying vehicle. Add in the fact that you can use Yunobo to attack while you’re riding in a car and you’re basically in for an air assault against a giant rock dragon. Use Ultrahand to flip it over, then use it.
The hardest part of combat is getting used to steering if you’ve never used a joystick before. You’ll need to avoid Moragia’s flames and lava balls by staying out of the way, but you’ll want to try to get close to each of their heads so you can fire Yunobo at them. There are three heads, and you only need to hit each of them once to defeat them.
Once you’re done, you’ll get a cutscene, and Link and Yunobo will decide to dive into the depths of Death Mountain. We’re going underground, folks.
Where to go in the depths of the valley of religion
If you’ve been to The Depths before, Eldin Canyon is a bit more tame than the rest – except there’s lava Everywhere. This is where you will need the Brightbloom seeds. Take a deep breath and jump into the crater of Mount Doom to reach the depths of the Valley of Religion.
When you get down, you’ll find out Mustis Lightroat to the west. Land as close to it as possible and activate it to light up the area and reveal part of the map. Then talk to Yunobo for a short cutscene that directs you to the far west of your location.
There are a lot of red rocks around, which Yonobu can break to make the path clearer for you. The farther you get from the Lightroot, the darker it gets, so don’t be afraid to use Brightbloom Seeds if you’re worried – though lava is easy to spot. For now, just head west, breaking any rocks out of the way if you need to.
In the end, you will see a steering stick stuck into something. Get it and activate it to reveal a massive vehicle, which you can use to transport you through the lava. There is a ramp near the car, which you can reach with Yunobo’s charge. Walk it and catch it all the way. You will also find a second Lightroot – Mississippi Lightroat. Activate it, and light up the area. Katogi Lightrot He is also north here. Continue heading west of Misisi towards the Great Temple. There are a bunch of grim reapers on the road, so be careful not to get hit by them.
If you continue to head west, you will see a broken bridge across a huge lava river. You need to slide to the nearest platform, but you are too low from where you are. Go down the corridor and use the Ascend to stand at the top. Then slide into the box using the sturdy construction bracket – or as close to it as you can get.
When you have the bow, slide down the slope, go up, and you will be at the entrance to the next dungeon – the Temple of Fire. Head inside by breaking the marble boulder, and head to the central room.
Can you handle the heat? Your next step will be to tackle the huge Temple of Fire. But if you’re looking for other tips, hints, tricks, or more, take a look at our full walkthrough for Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom.
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