Zelda: Tears Of The Kingdom - Gemimik Shrine Puzzle Guide
You will need to harness the power of wind to navigate this shrine.
The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is filled with different puzzles to discover and solve. One of those puzzles can be found in the Gemimik Shrine, with the puzzle titled "Turbine Power," found in the Rist Peninsula in the eastern part of Hyrule, in the middle of a swirling set of land. Here's how to solve this puzzle.
How to solve the Gemimik Shrine Puzzle in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom
The Gemimik Shrine puzzle features a single room, with a number of unlit braziers in a circle in the middle of the room, with water systems hanging above them. There is a fan on the floor to the right, with a battery located on the left, near some metal platforms. In the upper parts of the room, there is a flame emitter in the top left corner and the optional chest in the top right corner. First attach the fan to the platform in the center of the circle and use the metal platforms to connect the power lines to the battery.
Once the fan is powered, jump onto it and pull out your glider to reach the upper parts of the room. First head to the top right corner to grab the optional chest. Jump back down, and use the fan to head over to the flame emitter in the top left corner. There are three total flame emitters up here, go ahead and throw all three down to the bottom level.
With the flame emitters, you need to light all 8 braziers at once, but after a few moments of being lit, water will drip down extinguishing them. In order to light all of them quick enough, you need to attach all of the flame emitters to the fan, activate them, and turn the fan back on (while at a safe distance). The spinning flames will be more than enough to light all of the braziers and unlock the door to complete the shrine.
The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is filled with different puzzles and discoveries for you to find, so check out our Tears of the Kingdom Guides Hub for all of your Hyrule needs.
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