How To Complete Ganos Shrine In Zelda: Tears Of The Kingdom

Retrieve the Tabantha Sky Crystal from a Flux Construct III enemy to earn Ganos Shrine's blessing.

Ganos Shrine in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is a crystal shrine hidden deep within the Tabantha Sky Archipelago. This shrine offers no challenges except for the most difficult one to unlock: defeating a Flux Construct III enemy.

In this guide, we will take you through the freezing skies of Tabantha region to reach the Ganos Shrine in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. If you are hellbent on defeating the Flux Construct III, we have a detailed step-by-step strategy to take down this monstrosity easily.

Ganos Shrine Location in Zelda: TotK

Ganos Shrine is on an island in the Tabantha Sky Archipelago. This island has a lever mechanism with a launcher pad and a zonai device dispenser. It is shaped like a cross in the sky and reaching it is no easy task.

Before you start on the journey to reach Ganos Shrine in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, we recommend purchasing the Snowquill Armor and unlocking Tulin’s Gust ability. The latter can be done by completing Tulin of Rito’s main quest.

1. Start from the Gerudo Highlands Skyview Tower (-3959, -1313, 0422) and use it as a launchpad.

2. Start gliding Northeast as soon as you hit the highest point in the sky, as this is where the Ganos shrine is.

3. Your first stop will be a small island in the form of a ship. This island is at the following coordinates (-3668, -0953, 1716) and is inside the North Gerudo Sky Archipelago.

4. Climb on a zonai hover platform and attach a rocket to it. Hit the rocket to gain some altitude.

5. Attach another zonai rocket and place it in such a way that it propels you north towards a planet-shaped body in the sky.

6. Jump from the platform and glide to reach the planet-shaped body. It is Starview Island (-3496, -0329, 2048), home to another shrine.

7. Jump north from Starview Island and glide to reach a massive island (-3470, 0446, 1700) with a lever and a launching pad in its center.

8. This is the place where we need to be. Turn to your right to find the Ganos Shrine at the following coordinates (-3378, 0468, 1695).

9. Interact with its entrance to start The Tabantha Sky Crystal shrine quest and unlock a fast travel point.

Ganos Shrine Walkthrough

Ganos Shrine will only become available in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom if you find and return its life crystal. The said green crystal is attached to the body of one of the most terrifying bosses in the game, Flux Construct III.

1. Follow the green light originating from the Ganos Shrine and dive towards an island with Flux Construct III enemy.

2. The green crystal is attached to its shoulder. You can either defeat the enemy or simply remove the crystal and run away with it.

3. To defeat Flux Construct III, use Ultrahand to remove the blocks from its feet and hands. This will incapacitate the enemy, and its attacks won’t hurt you.

4. Target the glowing block with arrows to shatter its body. Locate the glowing block and hit it with your strongest weapon.

5. Once Flux Construct III starts floating in the air, capture one of the blocks it throws and use Recall on it to reach its body.

6. Hit the glowing block until the enemy is defeated.

7. Take the green crystal to a nearby place with a zonai flying device.

8. Attach the crystal and some batteries to the flying device.

9. Climb the flying device and use the steering stick to reach the island above, which houses the Ganos Shrine.

10. Remove the crystal from the flying device and take it to the shrine’s entrance. This will complete the Tabantha Sky Crystal shrine quest, and you can now enter it.

11. As Ganos Shrine is a Rauru’s Blessing shrine, there won’t be any combat or puzzle challenges inside. Open the treasure chest to obtain a Diamond.

12. Interact with Rauru and Sonia’s statues to complete the Ganos Shrine in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom and earn a Light of Blessing as a reward. You can exchange four Lights of Blessing at any Goddess statue to either increase your stamina or health.

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