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- Where To Find North Lomei Labyrinth In Legend Of Zelda: Tears Of The Kingdom
- How To Get Through North Lomei Labyrinth
- How To Skip North Lomei Labyrinth In Legend Of Zelda: Tears Of The Kingdom
- How To Get To North Lomei Sky Labyrinth In Legend Of Zelda: Tears Of The Kingdom
- Activating All Four Pedestals On North Lomei Sky Labyrinth
- Descending Into North Lomei Depths Labyrinth
There are a total of three Lomei Labyrinths in Legend Of Zelda: Tears Of The Kingdom. Players who have dabbled in Breath Of The Wild will be able to find them pretty easily thanks to the fact these large structures haven’t moved between games. That doesn’t mean they haven’t changed, however.
In fact, all three Lomei Labyrinths have had a major overhaul thanks to the Upheaval. Where once they existed only on the surface of Hyrule, they now reside above and below in addition. To complete these Labyrinths you must be prepared to put in a bit of effort. Thankfully, the reward is worth it and we have you covered in this handy-dandy guide.
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Where To Find North Lomei Labyrinth In Legend Of Zelda: Tears Of The Kingdom
The best part about tracking down each Labyrinth is that they have an accompanying Sky Labyrinth that you can spot from just about anywhere. The North Lomei Labyrinth can be found nestled away in the Hebra Mountains which is the northwestern province of Hyrule.
We highly recommend activating the Skyview Tower before you make your way to the Labyrinth. Not only does this show the Labyrinth on your map for navigational purposes, but it also makes later parts of this multi-labyrinthian journey easier. The Skyview Tower is called Pikida Stonegrove Skyview Tower and comfortably resides on a mountain near the centre of Hebra Mountains. It’s hard to miss.
To get to the Labyrinth itself, we recommend gliding down from a nearby hill to save time. If you build a flying machine, you can even land on top of the Labyrinth which will save you a bit of time.
How To Get Through North Lomei Labyrinth
Navigating the Labyrinth itself is incredibly simple. All you have to do is follow the trail of acorns left by the explorers who came before. They are nearly always in the open making this very easy, if a bit time-consuming. We chose to pick up the acorns as we went since they have plenty of uses (such as being somewhat explosive).
You will eventually find yourself face-to-face with a Shrine and a Dragon Ring. Activate the Shrine to get a fast-travel destination then activate the Dragon Ring to unlock the Sky Labyrinth above.
Note: We highly recommend entering the Shrine as this one only contains a chest and a Light Of Blessings. Easy peasy.
How To Skip North Lomei Labyrinth In Legend Of Zelda: Tears Of The Kingdom
If you don’t want to bother with all this acorn hunting then you can very easily skip the entire thing by getting on top of the Labyrinth. You can do this with a flying machine, gliding from a nearby mountain, or simply using a Spring. However you do it, once you are on top of the Labyrinth all you have to do is go to approximately -0772, 3519, 0234 and dropdown. You will be at the end of the Labyrinth and can activate the contained Shrine and Ring from there.
How To Get To North Lomei Sky Labyrinth In Legend Of Zelda: Tears Of The Kingdom
Getting to the Sky Labyrinth is a challenge in and of itself, and is the main reason we recommend you activate Pikida Stonegrove Skyview Tower. Fast Travel to this Tower, launch yourself into the air and then fly towards the nearby Archipelago.
You will notice various metal hover platforms and a number of Zonai devices. Create a hodge-podge flying machine by using fans, batteries, and steering sticks and then fly towards the Labyrinth.
Do be warned that this machine will not survive the full journey and it will despawn. Not only that, you will be attacked by archers along the way. As long as you keep moving, these archers should never hit you.
Since your machine will break before you get to the Labyrinth, head to the Sky Island closest to the Labyrinth itself (it exists slightly above the small islands you can currently fly between). This island has more materials to make another flying machine. Simply build one and fly to the Labyrinth.
Overall this will take a few minutes, although times may vary based on the level of your Zonai Charge.
Activating All Four Pedestals On North Lomei Sky Labyrinth
As with all Lomei Sky Labyrinths, you are tasked with activating four pedestals scattered around the labyrinth. The trick is that there is no floor and you have to use your glider in conjunction with the strong updraft to get around. You can very easily complete this without any Stamina upgrades, just be sure to land on small platforms from time to time.
We also highly recommend activating the Shrine as this will allow you to quickly return to the start of the Labyrinth. The above screenshot has the correct path to each pedestal from the entrance, so it’s far easier to get around if you can quickly reset it to the start. Just follow our map and you will be fine. If you come to any walls, drop under them and then reactivate your glider.
Once all four pedestals are activated, a Dragon Ring will spawn on top of the Labyrinth and your updraft will be far stronger. Simply glide up and activate the ring to continue the quest.
Descending Into North Lomei Depths Labyrinth
The final challenge is to defeat a powerful enemy in the Depths. Thankfully, getting there is very simple (and a lot of fun). Dive off of the Sky Labyrinths and drop into the Depths through the Chasm in North Lomei Labyrinth. It’s very dark down there, so once you see a red light approaching, activate your glider. This will prevent you from dying of fall damage.
Use Brightbloom Seeds to keep the darkness at bay and descend the stairs until you come face-to-face with a Flux Construct III. Until you enter the room this boss will not attack. We highly recommend using Bright Blooms to light the boss arena before entering. This makes the fight much easier.
We have a full guide on how to defeat Flux Guardian III, which you can find here.
Once defeated, you can activate the Dragon Ring and retrieve your reward – Evil Spirit Greaves. This armour comes with decent defence in addition to providing a pip of Stealth. When combined with the other Evil Spirit pieces, you will also gain an immunity to the undead and proficiency with Bone weapons. The armour also looks really cool.
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