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

Brighten up the Elma Knolls Cave to locate the elusive Tenmaten Shrine.

Tenmaten Shrine is one of those shrines that rewards players simply for finding them. Of all the shrines in Zelda: TotK, the blessing shrines are the easiest to complete. Finding them, however, is a different story. But this is what we are here for. Guiding you through the darkest depths of Hyrule to reach your goal without a single hindrance. Before venturing on this adventure to find Tenmaten Shrine in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, stock up on Brightbloom seeds and activate your Shrine Sensor.

Tenmaten Shrine Location in Zelda: TotK

Tenmaten Shrine can be found inside Elma Knolls Well. This well can be found north of Central Hyrule and Southeast of Irch Plain. Its exact coordinates are (-0652, 1343, 0086). Elma Knolls Well is near a damaged hut and a cart and can be found easily.

Tenmaten Shrine Walkthrough

As Tenmaten Shrine is just a blessing shrine with no associated challenges, finding it is the actual trial here. We recommend finding and wearing the Miner’s Armor and carrying a lot of Brightbloom seeds, as Elma Knolls Well is a very dark place.

1. Drop down the well opening and use the glider to make a safe landing.

2. Keep going north through the cave beneath the well while lighting it up with the brightbloom seeds.

3. Beware of the Horriblin enemies in the area. They usually cling to the top of the cave walls and attack from above.

4. You will come across a small lake that you can easily cross if you have an additional stamina wheel. Otherwise, you can create a makeshift boat with the help of zonai devices or autobuild ability.

5. Defeat the Fire-like enemy at the other end (or run past it) to find the Tenmaten Shrine entrance behind it.

6. Enter the shrine and open the treasure chest to obtain a Large Zonai Charge.

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

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