The Sword Kingdom’s Master’s Tears Quest is almost better than the Blade’s

Much like The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Kiss , Kingdom Tears It allows you to use Link’s famous Master Sword. It’s not necessarily the strongest thing you can swing against an enemy, but it does repair itself rather than break like most weapons in the game. While it’s a nice tool to have and you won’t have to wait long to start pursuing it, you will have to fight your way through some shrines before you can get it. We’ll try to make this as a spoiler as possible and talk about the context of the story, but here’s a quick rundown of how to get the Master Sword Kingdom Tears.

How to start the Master Sword quest

To begin your quest to reunite Link with his lost sword, you will have to continue searching for Princess Zelda. Both the princess and the weapon disappear in the early hours of the game, and we won’t go into too much story detail on how they connect, but that’s the crux of the Impa and Geoglyphs quest, which will set you on the path to finding the sword master. To get it started, find Cado outside New Serenne Stable west of Hyrule Castle, who will direct you to Impa in a field near the stable. She wants to see the avatars that have suddenly appeared across Hyrule. You will have to repair her hot air balloon using Ultrahand. Just place the balloon on top of the basket and you should be good to go. but, Do not continue If you don’t get a glider. Otherwise, you’ll be in the air without a parachutist to drop with.

After you and Impa have a conversation in the air, head back down to the avatar itself and find a puddle of water inside the avatar. Interacting with this will start the Dragon’s Tears quest, which will involve flying around Hyrule and finding the Dragon’s Tears, which contain memories with some huge story revealing. We won’t go into detail here, but collecting each and every one of these tears will eventually lead you to the Master Sword. But that’s not all you have to do to see the end of the mission. You’ll have to quickly detour to the Forgotten Temple, and then you’ll be on your way to collect tears.

Each of these tears is found somewhere in one of the 12 glyphs that appeared in Hyrule. Because these glyphs are so large, they are often visible from the sky. So you can see them very clearly using Skytowers to shoot yourself in the air and dive down to collect Dragon Tear. They’re spread out across the map so you’ll have to do a fair amount of traveling to find them all, but here’s a complete map with each location. One of the tears will not be available until you have collected all the others, especially those on the Rist Peninsula on the northwest side of the map. But the game will give you a very clear hint when this guy is ready for you.

A map showing the location of all Dragon's Tears in Kingdom's Tears.

screenshot: Nintendo / Kotaku

To keep this as spoiler-free as possible, we won’t be talking about context here, but the thing you learn through these flashbacks is that the Master Sword is implanted in the head of one of Hyrule’s dragons. They can be seen flying around the map minding their own business, but one, in particular, won’t appear until it’s found all the tears or takes a different approach to this task which we’ll get to in a minute.

To get the sword from the dragon, you’ll have to find a roof high enough (using the Skytower or finding the nearby Sky Island you’re supposed to) to paraglide from. Then it’s a matter of reaching the dragon’s head and pulling out the sword. To do this, you will need at least one additional ring of stamina. This will require a minimum of four stamina ships, which you can obtain by completing any of the shrines around Hyrule, collecting Blessing Lights, and taking them to any of the Goddess Statues in most central areas such as Rito Village and Gerudo City. You’ll need four Blessing Lights to get a Heavy Duty Vessel, so you’ll need to finish at least 16 shrines. If you really have the stamina, you can pull out the Master Sword and watch a big important scene. If you don’t, go to some shrines now, but the dragon and master sword may not be where you left them when you return.

How do I find a dragon of light?

Like other dragons in Kingdom TearsDragon of Light has a set path through Hyrule to follow, but when tested by myself against other players, the timing seems inconsistent. I had a friend track him down who told me where he was during a certain time of the day, and I waited at that location until the in-game clock matched what I was told, and the dragon didn’t show up.

However, there is one way to definitively find out where the Dragon of Light is as long as you haven’t obtained the Master Sword yet, it will take a bit of work. You will need to head to the Lost Woods, which are located in the northern center of the map in the Great Hyrule Forest and deal with Korok’s troubles first. Attempting to walk, ride or fly in the Lost Woods is prohibited due to the dark magic surrounding the forest. Regardless of whether you’re riding a horse or paragliding, all you’ll get if you try to enter the Lost Woods by normal means is a fade to black and a frightened voice from Link before teleporting you back to where you came from.

Luckily, Kingdom Tears It has given you an ability that allows you to jump across ceilings in Ascend. It’s just a matter of going down below the Lost Forest. To do this, you have to challenge the depths. If you haven’t been around here often, I hope you have some Brightbloom Seeds to help light your way, as we delve deeper and deeper beneath Ganondorf’s evil magic barrier. Look for the chasm near the southwest entrance to the Lost Woods. This will be the quickest way to get under the Lost Forest and just below Korok Forest.

Link is seen approaching the low ceiling in the depths.

screenshot: Nintendo / Kotaku

Travel northwest, switching between your depths and surface maps for reference, until you’re under the center of the great Hyrule forest. When you see giant tree roots shooting up from the roof, that’s when you know you’re headed in the right direction. Circle the roots until you see a lighted area on the western edge with a ladder leading to a platform and a low roof. Here, you can climb up and swim all the way up to the surface and into the Korok Forest. You will notice that the whole place looks messed up and the choroks here are not as merry as the one dancing, fecal sling king Histo. This is because Ganondorf has exercised his influence here, and his magic has struck the Great Deku Tree with a terrible gloom. And to help him, you will have to head into his guts and fight the enemies that spoil his guts.

How do I deal with bleak hands and boss fights?

Personally, I had more trouble handling the first fight against Gloom Musk’s hands than the boss fight here. These enemies will regenerate every time you take them out if you don’t defeat them all in a short period. The best method I had was to incorporate my pomegranate flowers, which I had a lot of because I saved them Using Zonai Cannons To blow up obstacles, for my arrows and aim the distance between all hands, which means the blast will hit all of them at once. If you don’t have Bomb Flowers, try integrating the Zonai Cannon with one of your weapons.

Link is seen in the clutches of a grim reaper's hand.

screenshot: Nintendo / Kotaku

After defeating the Hands, you will face a boss: Phantom Ganon. Generally, he hits hard, but he’s slow and it’s very easy to get some quick rushes in by dodging his attacks and swinging away. Keep your distance, be patient, and have some food on hand to heal when he inevitably manages to reach for a hit or two. It’s all about keeping his pattern.

With Phantom Ganon defeated, the Great Deku Tree is back in good health and is able to help you track down the Master Sword and, by extension, the Dragon of Light. The waypoint will move around the map, so you can track its movements wherever your adventures take you. But remember that if you remove the sword, the track point will disappear.

Ultimately, the Master Sword is a great weapon, but I found the best reward was all the story that came from finding these tears. I’m honestly confused that it wasn’t a required task, but now you have the information you need to complete this elusive task..

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