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

Target thy enemies with throwing weapons in Teniten shrine.

Teniten Shrine is one of the Training TotK Shrine locations in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, meaning it has no puzzle to solve. To complete it, you must beat the Constructs using a method specified by the shrine.

You will be rewarded with the Zonaite Spear and the Light of Blessing for your efforts. Teniten Shrine is one of the easiest shrines in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom whose only purpose is to teach the players about throwing weapons. This is particularly useful when a weapon is about to break to deal some extra damage from afar.

Teniten Shrine Location in Zelda: TotK

Teniten Shrine is in the Southeast part of Hyrule Field, exactly South of Lookout Landing. It is one of the earliest shrines that can be accessed without any prerequisites.

Its exact coordinates are (-0084, -1116, 0021).

Teniten Shrine Walkthrough

The challenge presented to you inside Teniten Shrine in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is called Combat Training: Throwing. The purpose of this trial is to understand how you can throw items or weapons at enemies.

1. As soon as you approach the first enemy, a prompt on the screen will appear telling you about throwing weapons.

2. Press and hold the R button (right shoulder button) to enter throwing mode. You can move around with the left analog stick and aim with the right analog stick in this mode.

3. Aim at the target construct and throw your weapon at it. This will complete the first phase of the trial.

4. Now pick up a rusty halberd from the same area. The next task is to throw a weapon at a moving enemy.

5. This one is also as easy as the first one. Target the enemy and notice its movement pattern. Throw the weapon at the construct to complete the trial.

6. Enter the now-opened Altar Room and collect a Zonaite Spear (4 damage) from the treasure chest.

7. Interact with Rauru and Sonia’s statues to complete the Teniten shrine in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom and collect a Light of Blessing.

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