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

Destroy the breakable walls to receive Rauru's Blessing from Mayahisik Shrine.

Mayahisik Shrine in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is another blessing shrine that serves as a checkpoint to another major quest. You will come across this shrine as it is conveniently located on your path to locate and unlock Hateno Village Research Lab.

In case you missed the Mayahisik Shrine in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, let us help you locate and complete it. You can also access it easily after acquiring the shrine sensor for your Purah Pad.

Mayahisik Shrine Location in Zelda: TotK

Mayahisik Shrine is present in the Restam Forest Cave, north of Hateno Village Research Lab. This cave is at the bottom of a hill, and you can follow the Bubbul Rabbit to locate its entrance (3748, -2015, 0188).

This cave is east of the Hateno Village entrance and south of Lake Sumac. You will pass this area on your way to unlock the Hateno Village Research Lab.

Mayahisik Shrine Walkthrough

As Mayahisik is a blessing shrine in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, you won’t face any combat or puzzle challenges inside. The only puzzle here is to locate the shrine and enter it.

1. The Restam Forest Cave’s entrance is blocked by breakable boulders. Use Bomb Arrows (Arrows + Bomb Flowers) or hammers to destroy the boulders and enter the cave.

2. From the cave entrance, go straight and turn right to locate the Mayahisik Shrine at the following coordinates (3721, -2057, 0189).

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

4. As the Mayahisik shrine belongs to Rauru’s Blessing in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, simply open a treasure chest at its center to obtain a Magic Scepter.

5. Interact with Rauru and Sonia’s statues to complete the shrine and 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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