In The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, an experienced Zelda fan draws inspiration from a peculiar Majora’s Mask side quest to build a working UFO. The Majora’s Mask headgear from the original Nintendo 64 game is present in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom as a nod to the classic game, and fans can use Ultrahand to make items modelled after earlier Zelda titles.
Players of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom can travel Hyrule at their leisure after leaving the Great Sky Island, where they can also assist Link level up by gathering Blessings of Light from shrines. Blessings of Light raise Link’s stamina meter and heart count. The Depths, a sizable underground network with numerous secrets to find and the remnants of a long-gone civilisation, is another option for players to investigate. After completing a difficult gauntlet in the Central Hyrule Depths, you can acquire the Majora’s Mask headgear.
What is Majora’s Mask?
Players must overcome one of the hardest trials in the game to collect Majora’s Mask from the Floating Coliseum in The Depths in Tears of the Kingdom. This secret armor item allows you to avoid detection by the majority of opponents. Both dying and upgrading this Mask at a Fairy Fountain are not possible.
Majora’s Mask Location
The Floating Coliseum challenge in The Depths awards a special prize called Majora’s Mask for successful completion. Exactly beneath the Coliseum Ruins beside Aquame Lake, just to the north of the Great Plateau, in Central Hyrule, is where you may find this coliseum. The Floating Coliseum, located just next to the Mu-ustust Lightroot at coordinates -1551, -1263, and -0499, may find the mask.
The Great Plateau’s northeastern edge provides access to The Depths via the Great Plateau North Chasm for players who haven’t yet been to the Mu-ustust Lightroot. The Nogukoyk Lightroot will be nearby as players exit the abyss, and they should move west-northwest in the direction of the arena.
Reaching the Floating Coliseum
Because Aquame Lake, a sizable body of water, has carved out an impassable stretch of rock to the north of the Floating Coliseum, the quickest and most direct route there is across the Great Plateau North Chasm.
You’ll reach a location close to Nogukoyk Lightroot if you ascend the Great Plateau and descend the North Chasm. You can ascend the cliffs from here to reach the region north of the Lightroot, then proceed west until you reach the Mu-ustust Lightroot, which will illuminate the coliseum to the northeast.
Find the entrance on the coliseum’s north side by walking along the body of water around it. Get ready for a formidable encounter against a horde of Lynel foes!
How to get Majora’s Mask?
Once you reach the Coliseum’s center, a series of one-on-one Lynel encounters will be forced upon you, beginning with a standard Lynel, followed by a Blue Lynel, a White-Maned Lynel, a Silver Lynel, and finally: An Armored Silver Lynel! You won’t want to enter the coliseum until you have at least 20 hearts, many improved pieces of armor, and the greatest weapons you can discover and fuse together. There is no doubt that this combat will be very difficult. You should prepare for the fact that many of your weapons and shields may break during this battle, so make sure you have plenty of extras on hand. You should also grab the Hylian Shield and Master Sword, as well as some strong weapons with silver or black monster parts or even dragon horns.
Additionally, these foes are likely to deal a lot of gloom damage to you, which could significantly reduce your maximum health. Be sure to read our in-depth guide to mending Gloom damage and its effects if you don’t already know the precise mechanics of how it operates. As a result, prepare as many meals that will make you feel better in advance as you can.
Defeat all five Lynels to unlock the middle chest and claim the fabled Majora’s Mask.
UFO Creation Inspired Majora’s Mask Side Quest
Player of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom The Majora’s Mask side mission for the Romani Ranch served as inspiration for Katasan84’s UFO. The Ultrahand ability from Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom was used to join together a number of handrails, Zonai fans, and a Zonai light gadget to form the UFO. It will rise and shine a light on the ground when the UFO is turned on. In order to specifically allude to one of Link’s goals from the Romani Ranch side quest, Katasan84 turned on the UFO near a stable and added music from Majora’s Mask.
Link may assist Romani with a side quest in Majora’s Mask during the Night of the First Day at Romani Ranch. Romani will assign Link the duty of defending Romani property against mysterious ghost-like aliens who intend to kidnap her and the cattle on the property. These critters can be readily killed with arrows, but players must be cautious and accurate because multiple ones will frequently saunter close to the ranch at once.
It’s evident from Katasan84’s design that Majora’s Mask continues to be a popular choice among many Zelda fans because it makes fun reference to the side quest from that game. Since Zonai devices are widely available, the UFO can fortunately be simply replicated in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. Players can go to any of the Zonai device dispensers strewn across Hyrule to get the materials needed to assemble a UFO or another vehicle.
By scanning a Majora’s Mask amiibo, players of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom can also acquire Fierce Deity Armor and Sword. People without the amiibo can progress through and finish the “Misko’s Treasure: Fierce Deity Armor” quest to receive the armor and sword.
Now accessible for the Nintendo Switch is The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom.