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

Align the devices to make your ascent to the top of Sibajitak Shrine.

Sibajitak shrine in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom checks your ability to overcome obstacles in real time. In this shrine, you need to turn things back to move forward and upward.

While all this seems easy, the puzzle of the Sibajitak shrine poses a moderate challenge in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. Upon making your way up to the top of the tower, you will be presented with another puzzle without prior notice.

But fret not. We will help you complete this shrine in no time and locate its only treasure chest with our step-by-step guide below.

Sibajitak Shrine Location in Zelda: TotK

Sibajitak Shrine is in the North corner of the Eldin region, near lizard symbols on the map. It is directly north of Death Mountain and south of Eldin’s Flank.

The exact coordinates of Sibajitak Shrine in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom are (2399, 3274, 0402).

Sibajitak Shrine Walkthrough

The puzzle presented by the Sibajitak shrine is known as Alignment. The purpose of this trial is to reach the top of the rotating pillar by using Link’s new abilities.

1. From the starting point, go forward and use the Ascend ability on a protruding platform. This will take you a step closer to your goal.

2. However, due to the clockwise rotation of the pillar, you won’t be able to progress any further. Use the Recall ability on the pillar to rotate the pillar in an anti-clockwise direction.

3. Wait for the next platform to come above you and then use Ascend on it.

4. Once you reach the top, turn back and drop down on meshed platforms. Look below to find a treasure chest. Use your glider to reach it.

5. Open the treasure chest to obtain a Strong Zonaite Longsword.

6. Drop down a couple of steps to the left and use the Ascend ability to once again reach the top of the pillar.

7. This will take you to the Altar’s Room. Interact with Rauru and Sonia’s statues to earn a Light of Blessing as a reward and finish the trial.

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