How To Complete Marari-in Shrine In Zelda: Tears Of The Kingdom

Seek the pirate hideouts to locate the Marari-in Shrine.

Marari-in Shrine in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is hidden behind a fantastic side quest that will make you reach the world’s end and take down enemy forces.

While Marari-in Shrine is a blessing shrine in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom with no puzzles or challenges, reaching it is quite a task. This elusive shrine is on Eventide Island, and you must take down multiple monster forces to locate it. Before you venture there, with the help of our step-by-step guide, we recommend that you stock up on weapons, arrows, and health recovery items.

Marari-in Shrine Location in Zelda: TotK

Marari-in Shrine is on Eventide Island to the extreme Southeast corner of Hyrule’s map. This area is in the east Necluda Sea, east of Lurelin Village.

Reaching Eventide Island can be a bit of a challenge. You can either swim from shore to shore (requires a lot of stamina) or use the nearest Skyview Tower to get airborne and glide to the island.

On the Toronbo Beach, talk to an NPC named Sesami at the following coordinates (4507, -3501, 0000) to start the shrine quest for Marari-in shrine in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom.

Marari-in Shrine Walkthrough

To find and enter Marari-in Shrine in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, you must complete the Seeking the Pirate Hideout quest. To start this quest, talk to Sesami near the beach. He will ask you to clear three goblin camps, and this will start the quest.

1. Select the quest from your adventure log. This will mark the location of all three goblin camps on your map.

2. The first goblin camp is next to Sesami’s location and littered with Blue Bokoblins. These are easy enemies that you can easily take down with standard fused weapons or simple arrows.

3. However, their leader is a silver Bokoblin standing on the top of the settlement near a treasure chest. It is a highly formidable foe and can kill you with a single hit if you are not careful enough.

4. Kill the leader Bokoblin and open the treasure chest to obtain 10x Bomb Flowers.

5. The next goblin hideout to the south is a bit more difficult as a black Moblin governs it. These enemies hit like trucks and are incredibly agile. Once you complete this area, move to the subsequent establishment to the east.

6. The final establishment is on the top of a hill. You can either use a zonai spring device or a rocket shield to reach there easily.

7. The final goblin establishment is more of the same. You will encounter a lot of Black Bokoblins led by a black Lizalfos. Defeat all the enemies to progress the Seeking the Pirate Hideout quest.

8. Return to Sesami near Toronbo Beach and report your progress.

9. He will tell you about a pirate ship that disappeared behind Eventide Island. Travel to the island’s southeast corner (marked on the map) to locate this ship.

10. Jump down from the cliff and glide backward to locate a cave entrance in the wall of the cliff. This is Eventide Island cave.


You can enter Eventide Island cave without completing the quest.

11. This area is full of monster forces. Defeat them all and then climb to the back of the pirate ship.

12. Pick up a few planks and create a makeshift bridge with the help of Ultrahand ability.

13. Use this bridge to cross the gap and reach Marari-in Shrine (4632, -3713, 0018).

14. Interact with the shrine’s entrance to unlock a fast travel point and enter it.

15. As Marari-in is a blessing shrine in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, it doesn’t offer any combat or puzzle challenges. Open the treasure chest in its center to obtain a Ruby.

16. Interact with Rauru and Sonia’s statues to complete the Marari-in Shrine and earn a Light of Blessing as a reward. You can use the four Lights of Blessing at any goddess statue to either increase your stamina or health.

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