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Zelda Breath Of The Wild: 10 Things You Missed In Korok Forest

There are many beautiful locations that are located in Zelda: Breath of the Wild's Hyrule, and the Korok Forest is one of the most magical of these open-world map markers. There are many shrines and quests to complete in the Korok Forest, although it is easy to miss certain details if you aren't looking closely.

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There are five shrines located in the area in total, and the forest is also home to the famous Master Sword and the adorable Korok characters. Locating everything in the Korok Forest can be a time-consuming task, but luckily, most of it can be unlocked relatively easily if you know where to look.

10 Korok Forest Can Be Entered During Any Point In The Story

Although it may seem as though the Korok Forest can only be entered after all four of the Divine beasts are tamed, and Link is gearing up to fight Calamity Ganon, the Korok Forest can be entered during any stage in the game.

The player can even enter the forest straight after leaving the Great Plateau, and if Link has enough hearts, he can obtain the Master Sword during any point in the story.

9 The Keo Rugg Shrine

The Keo Rugg shrine is considered to be one of the most challenging and confusing shrines in Breath of the Wild. It is located directly inside of Korok Forest, and it is hard to miss since it is right next to the Great Deku Tree.

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The reason that the Keo Rugg shrine is so unique is that it uses constellations that are located on the wall to solve its puzzle. Link has to line up the correct constellations and place a ball in the correct spots for the shrine to be completed. It's very easy to wander around inside this shrine for a while before you realize what you're supposed to do, and there are probably a few players who have solved it by luck and missed the solution entirely.

8 The Korok Mask

There are many different items that were added to Breath of the Wild through DLC, and the Korok Mask is one of the most useful among them. This mask allows Link to sense when there is a Korok puzzle nearby, which is incredibly useful, considering that there are nearly one thousand Korok Seeds in the entirety of Breath of the Wild's world.

The Korok Mask is located just outside of the entrance to Korok Forest. It's found inside of a tree, and activating Magnesis will make it easier to locate, since it is inside of a magnetic chest.

Many of the shrines in Breath of the Wild have a challenge inside of the shrine; however, all three of the special trials located in the Korok Forest take place outside of the shrines instead of having a puzzle on the inside. There are a lot of shrines in BOTW that share this trait; however, most are individual shrines and aren't connected to other shrines in the same way that these three trials are related.

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The Test of Wood, the Trial of Second Sight, and The Lost Pilgrimage each have unique trials that feature Link completing different tasks. These tasks include stealthily following a young Korok, solving a puzzle in a tree trunk, and running through a dangerous path to get to the shrine entrance.

6 The Master Sword Requires Thirteen Permanent Hearts

Since most players decide to acquire the Master Sword right before fighting Calamity Ganon, it is easy to miss the exact amount of hearts that are required for Link to pull the sword out of the ground.

Thirteen hearts are required to pull the Master Sword up. Most players probably won't have enough hearts to uproot the sword before they have beaten at least a few of the Divine Beasts.

5 Korok Seeds Are Actually Poop

Breath of the Wild is full of interesting characters; however, one of the most unique and funniest of the Koroks is Hestu. This Korok gives you a special prize if you collect every Korok Seed in the game; however, this item doesn't have any functional use. The name of this item is Hestu's Gift, and its description reveals that it smells very bad.

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The secret reality of Korok Seeds is that they're actually Korok poop, and this is why these seemingly special items are so common throughout Hyrule. It is somewhat strange that Hestu asks Link to bring him Korok seeds as if he's collecting the poop of other Koroks.

4 Walton The Korok

Walton is a Korok that resides at the top of the Deku Tree in Korok Forest. This Korok is hard to miss because of where he is located; however, he is one of the most interesting characters in BOTW.

Walton gives Link five different tasks that he must solve, and if all of them are completed, you will earn a special reward. All of Walton's tasks require you to bring him an item, ranging from a simple Apple to a Voltfin Trout. Walton also gives Link a riddle for his final quest. Once these tasks are completed, you will be rewarded with a Diamond.

The "A Freezing Rod" side quest is one of the smallest quests in Breath of the Wild, and it is easy to miss since it isn't integral to the story or well-being of Korok Forest. Kula the Korok asks Link to bring him an Ice-Infused Rod, which is a relatively easy weapon to obtain because it is found all over Hyrule.

Once Link brings Kula an Ice-Infused Rod, Kula will gift Link a silver rupee — or a gold rupee if Link shows him a Blizzard Rod instead. Regardless of which Freezing Rod Link has in his possession, this side quest should be completed since it is an easy way to collect a ton of rupees.

2 The Spirits Of The Woods Are What Reset Link During The Lost Pilgrimage

Oaki is a young Korok that Link has to spy on during The Lost Pilgrimage. If you get caught by Oaki during the quest, then you are sent back to the location where the trial started.

In most games, this would be considered a death or a reset; however, in BOTW, there is an in-universe reason that Link gets taken back to the beginning of the quest. After being spotted by Oaki, the Spirits of the Woods realize Link's failure and grab him, making Link restart the trial completely.

1 The Shop In The Great Deku Tree

Most of the main cities in Breath of the Wild have a shop that sells specific items that are unique to that individual settlement, and the Korok Forest is no different. However, the shop in the Korok Forest is easy to miss since it is located inside of the Great Deku Tree, and depending on where Link adventures, it's easy to miss entirely.

Link is able to enter the Great Deku Tree tree through a hole in the middle of it, and inside he can buy a plethora of different items, including Shock Arrows, Hylian Rice, Apples, Hearty Radishes, and Cane Sugar.

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The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Wiki Guide

As you begin the Keo Ruug shrine, you’ll notice the large amount of sphere receptacles on either side. An inscription on the stairs above reads “Look to the stars for guidance. The constellations are the key."  If you look straight ahead, in front of the inscription, the wall on the far side has constellations that match the ones to the left and right, in front of the columns of sphere receptacles.  

If you look at the receptacles, you'll notice each row is represented by a number of torches, one through five. You need to count how many times the constellation in front of a column appears on the far wall and put the sphere in the receptacle with the right amount of torches next to it. For example, the left-most constellation in the image above is repeated five times on the far wall, so the ball in front of that constellation needs to be placed in the receptacle in front of the row with five torches. 

Put the second sphere in the slot for three torches, the third sphere in the slot for one torch, and the fourth sphere in the slot for two torches - and the gate beyond will open, leading to the Monk.

Note: If you turn and look right down the stairs, you’ll spot a second sealed gate with even more constellations here.



You’ll need to go back and re-order the spheres in this new order: First sphere: four torches, second sphere: two torches, third sphere: two torches, fourth sphere: one torch.



This will open a new gate to a chest that holds a Knight’s Claymore.

Now you can approach Monk Keo Ruug and claim your next Spirit Orb.

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Zelda: Breath of the Wild - Lost Woods route directions and how to reach Korok Forest

Zelda: Breath of the Wild's Lost Woods is an optional area that leads you to the Korok Forest, which contains some important characters and items you'll want to pay a visit.

As well as a place to trade your Korok Seeds, the village is also where you find the Master Sword, the most legendary weapon in Zelda series history.

But, again, it's easily missable, and the way to the Korok Forest is not straightforward. You have to brave the Lost Woods, which is a confusing maze that'll easily see you get lost - unless you know the way, which is where we come in.

If you're after help for parts of the game, consult our Zelda: Breath of the Wild walkthrough and guide.

How to get to the Lost Woods

The Lost Woods is within the Woodland Tower region, which is directly north of Hyrule Castle, or alternatively, north of Lanayru Wetlands (which itself is north of Kakariko Village).

It's not essential, we recommend activating the Woodland Tower to help flesh out your map and guide you for where you need to go.

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From the Woodland Tower, take the road to the east and head north until you come across the Lost Woods on-screen introduction and are teleported to a new, foggy area - which means you're in the right place.

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Lost Woods directions to Korok Forest

Not unlike previous games in the series, the Lost Woods is a self contained maze that will teleport you back if you take the wrong turn.

When you start, go through the archway and you'll spot a torch, which initially act as your guide through the Lost Woods. Turn to the right (north), and you'll see another two in the distance. Head in that direction to the furthest one.

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At the furthest torch, and there's another two to the left (west), which you should follow. At the last one, turn left again (south) and you'll see one more. Head there.

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From this torch, there's seemingly no other torches around. Go right here (or west) and keep walking, you'll soon come to a pair to torches by some large trees.

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Pick up the handheld torch resting against one of the pair, and head into the large tree in the middle for a chest with a Forest Dweller's Spear while you're here too.

There are no torches ahead, so things get a lot more confusing. However, if you light the handheld torch, the way the embers fall give you a clue as to where to go (thanks to commenter dinosaurpants for the tip!)

Here's the directions - start by heading south west through the two trees, the left most one with a branch that looks like a claw pointing down:

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Continue in that direction past 3-4 rows of trees, then head west. You'll quickly pass a tree that looks like it has a wide evil-looking grin across it. Though there are a lot of these in the forest, this one will be facing you like so:

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Here, go north, past another one of those evil grin trees looking at you from the right, and in a few paces you'll come to a slightly more open area:

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Go through this open clearing north east, past another evil looking tree on your right - your Shrine Nearby gauge will go off to tell you you're in the right direction - and keep going.

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If you look at the mini-map, you'll see a proper clearing over to the east. Keep going and you'll find it - a valley of rock that'll then take you to Korok Forest.

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What to do in Korok Forest

There are a number of things to see and do in Korok Forest:

  • Speak to Hestu on the right as soon as you enter to trade in any Korok Seeds you've discovered on your travels to expand your inventory slots.
  • Speak to Chio in front of the large central tree to undertake the Korok Trials. But before that you must...
  • Find the Master Sword. There is a prerequisite before you can get it, but pay it a visit while you're here regardless.
  • Head inside the large central tree into the Great Deku Tree's Navel, where there's a shopkeeper with items to buy and a place to rest.
  • There is the Keo Ruug Shrine, located on the east side of the central tree. It's worth visiting this before you leave even if you don't want to solve it to get a Korok Forest fast travel point so you don't have to brave the Lost Woods a second time.
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Zelda Breath of the Wild - Keo Ruug Shrine (Solution \u0026 All Chests)

Zelda - Kuhn Sidajj and Trial of Second Sight solution in Breath of the Wild

Kuhn Sidajj is one of the many shrines located throughout Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Found in the Woodland region, you'll need to tackle the Trial of Second Sight challenge to complete it.

If you need help finding and solving other Shrines, our Shrine location maps page can help, while our Zelda: Breath of the Wild walkthrough and guide covers other aspects of the game.

How to start Trial of Second Sight

After getting the Master Sword and speaking to Chio in front of the Deku Tree to get the The Korok Trials sidequest, you learn about the three shrines across the forest. The one we're discussing here is the one to the south west, Trial of Second Sight.

Leave the Korok Forest by the south west exit. This is not to be confused by the way back out to the canyon that takes you to the Lost Woods; instead, when facing that exit, go right and you'll find another with large followed-out trunks and bean sprout lights outside.

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Head down the passage, and on a boulder to your left is a Korok, who will give you the trial.

How to complete Trial of Second Sight and find Kuhn Sidajj

The hint given is hungry trees will show you the way, with iron as your guide.

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This means you must use Magnesis to detect the iron boulders lodged in the trees to reach the shrine.

Hop off the boulder and look straight ahead from where you emerged from Korok Forest, and activate the Magnesis rune. The first should be in the tree straight ahead.

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The second should be straight ahead beyond that, slightly to the left.

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The third is a little tricky, again in the distance ahead but more off to the right and over a mound in the distance. Angle the camera until you can see it.

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The fourth is ahead and slightly left, up another mound two trees ahead.

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The fifth is two trees ahead, just to the right.

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Upon visiting the fifth, you'll be ambushed by undead enemies. Turn 90 degrees right to see the sixth on a tree to the right.

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The seventh is straight on from there, can't miss it.

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From there you can see another metal object in the distance - this is a shield embedded into the top of a rock.

Read the notice surrounded by the torches behind, tell you to move the shield into the mouth of the tree. Do with Magnesis to spawn a chest in another tree by the side of a lake, just to your right.

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Head over, open the chest to get Amber, and use Magnesis to move the chest onto the nearby raft (this will become clear why in a moment). Use a Korok Leaf (there are some floating in the water) and move the raft to the island closeby.

Reading the notice here tells you to feed the mouth with the chest that just spawned - so use Magnesis to grab the chest from the raft you just placed it on, and into the tree.

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Doing so will spawn the Shrine and complete the Trial of Second Sight quest. Head over to the shrine and pop down.

There is no trial in here, with just a chest containing a Giant Ancient Core. Now approach the altar and get your Spirit Orb.

Don't forgot to complete the other Trials, Daag Chokah, and Maag Halan. Doing all three will give you some Hearty Truffles as a sidequest reward.

While you're here, here are other Shrines within this region:

Woodlands region (8 Shrines)

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If you're after other trials, then our Zelda: Breath of the Wild Shrine locations and maps hub page can help with other regions.

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Shrine forest locations korok botw

Getting to Korok Forest is an adventure all on it’s own, but there is a lot to do once you get there. The problem is, you’re deep in the forest and everything looks the same. Also, your map is basically useless. But, just like Breath of the Wild’sshrines, that’s what we’re here for.

When first you make your way through the Lost Woods, the most obvious landmark you’ll see — probably the first thing you see, really — is the Master Sword. (You can check out our Master Sword guide to learn how to claim it.) The Master Sword is important enough — and central enough — that we’ve centered the map on it.

Once you have pulled the sword from the stone, you’ll open up the rest of Korok Forest. Before anything else, though, the most important landmark is Keo Ruug shrine which is around the Great Deku Tree’s trunk to the northeast. Getting this shrine unlocked is going to be your fastest way to come back to Korok Forest.

If you head directly east of the Master Sword stone (straight south of the shrine), you’ll find Hestu — assuming he’s found his way home by the time you get here.

Looking to the north from the Master Sword, you’ll see a korok named Chio who will start you on “The Korok Trials” side quest. The three sub/side/shrine quests he sends you on are easiest to find your way to if you start at the Master Sword stone and follow the vague paths marked by seedpod-streelights.

From the Master Sword north past Chio, up a root ramp and into the trunk of the Great Deku Tree to find the standard village amenities. Directly in the center of the hollow is a cooking fire. To your right is the general store with food and arrows, and ahead of you is the Spore Store with its variety of mushrooms. Just to the left of that is a Goddess statue where you can trade in your spirit orbs, and to the left of that is an inn.

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The Korok Forest is a location in Breath of the Wild.[1]

Features and Overview

The Korok Forest is located north of Hyrule Castle in the Great Hyrule Forest. Mainly consisting of The Great Deku Tree, many Koroks live there as well. It is also home to the Master Sword. In order to reach Korok Forest, one must travel through the Lost Woods.

The forest has many flowers and trees, as well as shallow water along the ground. Acorns are abundant, and the paths in the forest are lined with Bean Lamp.[2] Inside The Great Deku Tree, there is the General Shoppe, the Spore Store, and an Inn, as well as a Statue of the Goddess.

The Keo Ruug Shrine is located to the right of The Great Deku Tree.

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General Shoppe

Main article: General Shoppe

Great Deku Tree's Navel

Main article: Great Deku Tree's Navel

Spore Store

Main article: Spore Store

Other Appearances

Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity

In Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity, Korok Forest first appears in the Scenario, "Freeing Korok Forest." In the first battle, Korok Forest could be seen from above from Divine BeastVah Medoh. In the second battle, Link and Zelda destroy the Malice swamp blocking the way to Korok Forest, and defeat Astor, who was in Korok Forest. Link was also able to get the Master Sword there.

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References

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