Kingdom Tears: What is worth doing on the way to Kakariko Village

After Link disembarks from Great Sky Island, your time really is your time. There is a main task You should definitely make some progress in (especially if You want a very important glider early), but stretch your legs a bit and find out what the secrets are to this Wonderful world He has in store for you so worth it. One place you’ll want to consider is Kakariko Village.

Find the Fifth Sage, one of the main quests, will eventually lead you to Kakariko Village, but the journey is worth it early on as you’ll come across a few shrines along the way. In addition, exploring this world is always a pleasure. I’ll mention a side quest or two that you might want to catch on your journey, but don’t worry, I won’t spoil how to complete it here.

How to get to Kakariko village From Lookout Landing

As one of the first places you’ll find when touching the surface of Hyrule, Lookout Landing is where we’ll start. Make sure to activate the tower there because this guide will show some of the places where you will need your parachutes. also, Get a good amount of stock before you go. I recommend at least 10.

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The Hyrule map shows a marked path from Lookout Landing to Kakariko Village.

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From Lookout Landing, Head of the Southeast. Stay on the road until you reach a triple split; facing southeast, Take the far left. You’ll want the lake to be on your left as you go. You are heading to Rebonae Bridge. There’s a chance of getting into a brawl with some hostile combinations and bokoblin along the way if you’re in the mood for a skirmish.

Addison struggles to raise a banner on the rolling green hills of Hyrule.

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Before reaching the bridge, you’ll run into poor Addison, stuck there holding a sign showing his beloved boss, Chief Hudson. Help the man out by using the Ultrahand to grab something from the nearby woodpile to support the sign. He’ll give you a red rupee for that, plus some vegetable rice balls. Continue onto the bridge when you’re done.

On the bridge, you will come across Gladis who will talk your ear about Bubbulfrogs and Bubbul Gems. It will tell you where to get the Mystical Robe: an item you can trade for for Bubbul Gems all the way east in the Woodland Stable. There is also a cave visible to the left of the bridge with some Horriblins inside. True to their name, these guys can be hard hitting and hard to deal with if you’re not used to it, but the cave has some decent loot, so it might be worth the trip.

Cross the Rebonae Bridge and keep your right on the fork. In the first turn, if you go straight ahead, you will find the Wetland Stable. But before you do, Look to your left and you’ll spot some falling boulders from Sky Island. Do yourself a favor and hop on one and hit it with a Recall to send yourself off to a small island. This will take you to the central archipelago of Hyrule Sky. This is a great view of where we’re going next.

When crossing the bridge, watch to your left for a chance to get a great viewpoint.
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From here, you’ll want to notice two things: Looking to the southeast, you should see the Sahasra Slope Skyview Tower to your right, and a giant wheel to the left (the latter is a bit tricky to see the game draw from a distance). That wheel (actually called the Ring Ruin) is where you’ll want to turn to find the city, however, you really have to Activate the tower first. As you might expect, it will not be as easy as just walking on a platform and jumping on the platform.

Link stands on a path in Hyrule.

screenshot: Nintendo / Kotaku

Before you get to the tower, you might want to hit Tukarok and Morok Shrines. Tukarok is behind the Wetland Stable, which is a short distance south of Rebonae Bridge (when the road curves, keep walking off the road, you can’t miss it).

You can then walk up to the Mauroc Shrine afterward (if you do, talk to an NPC along the way to grab the “Impa and the Geoglyphs” quest), but you can also Use a combination of a Sky Archipelago glider and some Zonai wings To make the trip easier.

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Note: The walk to the Moroc Shrine is complicated by a steep climb (you’ll likely need a couple of Stamina to root the tree) and on two occasions I came across Gloom Hands below this shrine site, so forewarned.

How to activate Sahasra Slope Skyview Tower and fight Talus Battle

Once in the tower, you can chat with Belson in front of the tower door. He will tell you that the door is stuck. This is unfortunate, but not impossible. He’ll also mention getting hungry and thinking about mushrooms from the cave below, and a clue for you around the base of the hill, though oddly enough, you can’t help poor Bilson with his hunger or craving for mushrooms.

A map in Kingdom Tears shows a specific location.

This is where you will find the tower.
screenshot: Nintendo / Kotaku

You’ll need to jump to the base of the hill and enter the cave there to progress, but there’s also a very powerful enemy roaming the nearby surface that you might want to deal with: a Battle Talos with three Bokoblins riding on it. You can ignore them if you want to, but it’s a very fun fight if you’re careful.

Link has a conversation with Bilson.

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I recommend taking out bokoblins first with arrows, or at least knocking them out of Talus. One annoying little oddity I noticed about this fight is that holding ZL seems to favor targeting Talus’ weak spot rather than bokoblins.

Link strikes the Bokugoblin atop the Battle Talos.

screenshot: Nintendo / Kotaku

When you deal with bokoblins, turn by jumping from high ground to Battle Talus from the left and right sides of the ramp leading to the tower (Talus can start walking one side if you jump from the same place each time which will ruin this strategy so Keep switching sides).

When you are on top of the talos, hit the black rock to damage health. It will eventually throw you once you’ve done enough damage, so I’d recommend three or four hits with a high-powered weapon before jumping in, using a glider to get a good distance (one hit from this thing can easily kill you).

Once you finish this enemy (Or should you choose to ignore Talus for the time being), head to the caves at the base of the tower hill. There are two entrances on either side. At first you might not think that there is not much here. You will need to combine a stone into a weapon and start hitting dark orange rocks (or Use another method to clear them). You’ll want to keep going until you’re literally under your zodiac sign on the map. Next, use the Ascend to travel up the tower to find out the problem: two pieces of wood are keeping the door locked. Move those with Ultrahand or just grab them and slide the door open, surprising Billson and giving you access to the tower.

Find Kakariko Village from the Sahasra Tower

The link is located towards the village of Kakariko.

The village before that scary red hole.
screenshot: Nintendo / Kotaku

Launch yourself from the tower and let Link do the sweep. Once you’re in the free fall, you’ll want to backtrack a bit to start the fall toward the west, right where Kakariko Village is. You’ll spot a big red hole – that’s the direction you want to head (the village is between the tower and that hole). Keep an eye out for Makasura Shine overlooking Kakariko Village. When you’re ready, jump in there and start talking to some people to pick up some quests.

Quests here include a Journey Through History, which will have you inspect the Ring Ruins for interesting historical insight; Talk to Bugut to get started on it. There is also an “Out of the Inn”, which will task you with finding out where the owner of the local inn has gone (you will not be able to stay at this inn until you complete this task); Go and try to rent a room to chat with a particular person about the whereabouts of the owner to record this on Purum Pad. You can also talk to Lasli near a fire on the east side of the village to start the “Gloom-borne Illness” side quest, while chatting with Trissa in the General Store you’ll start one called “Codger’s Quarrel”.

An artist's rendering of Link as he appears in Tears of the Kingdom.

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