How To Complete Ren-iz Shrine In Zelda: Tears Of The Kingdom

Make the sphere jump the gaps in Ren-iz Shrine.

Ren-iz Shrine in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom involves creating ramps to make the balls fly. The puzzle of this shrine is all about giving momentum to rolling balls so they can cover the gap and reach their target goals.

While finding Ren-iz shrine is not a difficult task in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, completing its puzzle can be. This puzzle can’t be bypassed with other methods, and you need to follow a very specific solution to complete it.

Ren-iz Shrine Location in Zelda: TotK

Ren-iz Shrine is located to the Northeast of Lookout Landing and East of Hyrule Castle. It is near Pico Pond, hidden in a small valley.

Its exact coordinates are (0752, 0824, 0082).

Ren-iz Shrine Walkthrough

The trial of Ren-iz Shrine is called Jump the Gaps, and it involves guiding two metallic balls to their respective receptacles.

1. After entering the shrine, go straight to find a vertical orange switch.

2. Ignore it for now and pick up the metallic plank near it. Place this plank on a ledge to create a ramp.

3. Now hit the orange switch with a weapon to make the ball appear. It will run across the ramp and jump towards the platform with the receptacle. Once the ball enters it, the gate to the next room will open.

4. In the next room, pick up the large metallic plank and attach it to the small one horizontally.

5. Place this bridge to cover the gap leading to the treasure chest. Cross the bridge and open the treasure chest to obtain Mighty Zonaite Shield.

6. Now, detach both planks which can be done by picking them up with Ultrahand and then shaking the right analog stick. Attach them once more but this time at a 90 degrees angle.

7. Rotate this structure and place it on the floor like a makeshift ramp.

8. Hit the vertical orange switch to make the ball appear once more. It will travel across the ramp and jump to reach the receptacle.

9. This will open the door to the altar room. Enter it and interact with Rauru and Sonia’s statues to obtain a Light of Blessing.

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