Zelda: Tears Of The Kingdom - Gasas Shrine Puzzle Guide
This shrine requires a lot of Ultrahand use. Here's how to complete it.
The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom's Ultrahand ability is one of its most enjoyable mechanics, so it stands to reason plenty of the game's shrines will demand you to master it. Such is the case with Gasas Shrine southwest of Hyrule Ridge, which asks you to connect a lot of items together to make your way through. We'll tell you how to solve the puzzles within here.
How to solve the Gasas Shrine Puzzle in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom
In the first room of the Gasas Shrine, shoot the rope holding up a cube so that you can jump on it and cross the gap. Next, pick up that same cube with your Ultrahand and attach it to the other one on the other side of the room in such a way that allows you to climb up onto the next platform.
At the top, combine the two plates here to create a bridge so you can cross the gap.
On the other side of the gap, pick the bridge back up and set it down in such a way that it provides a safe place for the chest on the right of the room to drop. Shoot the chest down so that it falls on the bridge, then open it for a Large Zonai Charge.
Pick the bridge back up and set it in the middle of the room. Grab the large cube against the wall and attach it to one side of the bridge so that it weighs that side down. Now lift the bridge and set it in the gap on the left side of the room and look straight up to spot a chest hanging high above.
Shoot the chest down with an arrow and snag the Small Key inside. Use the key on the door that allows you to enter the final room.
In this final room, grab the ball and pull it towards you as far as you can. Release it and then aim an arrow at the rope. Shoot the rope when the ball is swinging back over solid ground. If you're lucky, it'll roll right into the massive hole on the left side of the room--but if not, grab it and put it in there to open the final door and claim your reward.
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