In The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, players can face and conquer an endless number of shrines while exploring the Kingdom of Hyrule, many of which can be located in the renowned Hyrule Field region. One such instance is the Tajikats Shrine, which players can locate by going to the region’s far east side.
The Tajikats Shrine in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is a combat-free area that requires players to utilise logic and Link’s skills to complete, as opposed to some of the other shrines. This time, the emphasis is on bridging gaps, and players are provided with a variety of tools for this purpose.
Location of Tajikats Shrine
East of the Hyrule Field, in a place called Whistling Hill, is where you may find the Tajikats Shrine. The Teniten Shrine, which is only a little to the west, is not too far away. The shrine’s distinctive green glow should still be just about discernible from a distance, even during the daytime, despite the slight inclination that makes it a little challenging to notice when approached from that direction. The Tajikats Shrine can be found at these coordinates: 0344, -1006, 0016.
Walkthrough of Tajikats Shrine
The Tajikats Shrine must be finished, therefore players must employ Link’s Ultrahand skill. They’ll be using simple manipulation techniques first, then joining several logs together to build bridges over gaps and climb up ledges. However, the first few areas are rather simple to navigate; all players need to do is take the offered logs and set them across the openings as necessary to climb up or across.
Players must use Link’s Ultrahand ability to pick up one of the objects and manoeuvre it till it comes into contact with the other object they want to attach it to. If everything is done successfully, they’ll receive a prompt to push the A button, which will link the two objects together at their point of contact.
Everything is rather simple, especially since players are able to take logs from earlier portions, thereby giving them far more than they could possibly need. They will eventually reach a sizable chamber with a body of water that is too enormous for them to swim over, though. They will now need to utilise Ultrahand to find a way across, which can be done most amusingly (and best) by nailing a lot of logs together to make an extremely long bridge.
By using Link’s Ultrahand ability to grab an object and then wriggling the right analogue stick, gamers can separate one object from another if they make a mistake. However, players must exercise caution because grabbing an object that has two or more things attached to it and then jiggling the stick may cause all of the objects to separate.
Players should first move over to the left side of the room, where they will locate a chest with a Spiky Shield, once they have constructed a sufficiently long log bridge. The bridge can then be rotated and dropped onto the platform on the opposite side of the room, enabling them to pass directly. Due to how long it is, turning the bridge to the proper position can be a little challenging, and players must be careful not to fall off. But other than that, getting to the other side and getting the Light of Blessing turns out to be a really simple process.
The Nintendo Switch can play The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom.