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

Defeat the constructs to make a mark in Kamizun Shrine.

Kamizun Shrine is perfect for players only looking to test their combat skills in the early phase of Zelda: Tears of The Kingdom. You will face a bunch of constructs that are easy to take care of.

The catch is that the shrine takes your weapons away. So, you’ll have to use whatever you find within the shrine to accomplish the challenge.

Kamizun Shrine Location in Zelda: TotK

Kamizun Shrine is in the southern part of Hyrule Field and North of Lake Hylia in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. It is right next to the Forest of Time and its exact coordinates are (-0170, -1552, 0022).

Kamizun Shrine Walkthrough

Kamizun Shrine is a combat shrine with one of the easiest trials in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. Its trial is called Proving Grounds: Beginner and requires you to defeat basic construct enemies.

As this is a combat shrine, you are not allowed to use your own weapons, armor, shields, or zonai devices. Whatever you find inside the shrine can be used to defeat enemies.

1. Collect the weapons near the right side of the entrance and go left.

2. There is a small plant that contains three fire fruits. You can combine these fruits with your arrows (press ZR to draw your bow, D-pad up to bring up items, move the left analog stick to select Fire Fruit) to deal fire damage to enemies.

3. There are four enemies in the area with three of them protecting a spiked ball. Draw your weapon and Fuse it with the spiked ball to create its improved version.

4. Defeat the enemies on the ground with your newly constructed weapon and defeat the archer on the pillar with arrows.

5. Once all the enemies are defeated, you will get your gear back and the door to the altar room will open.

6. Enter the altar room and collect a Spring Shield from the treasure chest. Interact with Rauru and Sonia’s statues to complete the trial and get a Light of Blessing as a reward.

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