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

Dakar Rally your way through Susuyai Shrine.

How good are you at handling vehicles and wheel mechanics? This is the question posed by Susuyai Shrine to the players of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. While appearing easy at first glance, it offers puzzles with increasing difficulty.

In this guide, we will help you solve the Susuyai shrine puzzle in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom with minimal effort. This shrine also serves as an introduction to crafting and controlling land vehicles in the game.

Susuyai Shrine Location in Zelda: TotK

Susuyai Shrine is southwest of Lookout Landing Skyview Tower, east of Mount Daphnes in Central Hyrule.

Its exact coordinates are (-0787, -0438, 0018).

Susuyai Shrine Walkthrough

The Susuyai Shrine trial, A Spinning Device, is about using zonai wheel devices creatively to move forward.

1. As soon as you enter the shrine, you will notice multiple vehicles running across quicksand. Pick up the center one with Ultrahand and bring it closer to you.

2. Hit the vehicle to stop its wheels from moving. This vehicle has a treasure chest attached to it. Open it to obtain 5x Arrows.

3. Rotate the vehicle so that it faces straight. Now, climb and hit it with a weapon to activate it.

4. Once you reach the next platform, save time by using the same vehicle. Pick it up and place it against the downhill-moving quicksand.

5. Use it to reach the next area with a locked gate. Remove one of its wheels and attach it to a lever to the left.

6. Hit the wheel to activate it and it will rotate the lever continuously to keep the door open.

7. Enter the next room and pick up another wheel from the floor. Attach it to the back of the lift in a way that it is pointing forward.

8. Climb the lift and hit it to activate zonai wheel. This will make the lift move forward and reach the altar room.

9. Interact with Rauru and Sonia’s statues to finish the trial and earn a Light of Blessing.

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