Perhaps the first shrine you come across Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom (after you leave Big Sky Island) is Gyosin Templeknown as the function name “Form rotation.” Shrine puzzles will get much more difficult than this one, but there’s no shame in needing help early on. Here’s how to complete this shrine and earn what could be your first blessing light on solid ground.
Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom Jiosin Shrine Puzzle Guide
As the feature description suggests, Jiosin Shrine is all about rotating shapes. In fact, if you’re familiar with a children’s toy that allows toddlers to put shapes into a box, this shrine is basically that. You’ll be using a lot of Ultrahand here and, as a little shortcut, some Ascend as well.
To start, go into an empty room and pick up a long, oddly shaped board with the Ultrahand. Turn it so it goes into the hole in the wall, then throw it and get it on the other side.
Then use it as a bridge to cross the wide gap.
In the next area this time you will be greeted by two rooms as well optional chest. First, go into the room on the right and grab the large block, then pull it out of the room like you did with the previous piece. When it’s in the middle, don’t push it through the other side just yet.
Move it to the side of the wall where the chest is. Support the block like we did in the image, then use the Climb button to climb up to the top of the object. You’ll be within range of the chest there, so grab your bonus, then head down and through the shrine.
For this next part, take the block again with the Ultrahand and rotate it until it appears as in the image, with the blocks forming two long diamonds and the smaller of the two “diamonds” at the bottom. This will allow you to move the block to the last room.
Once you get it there, you can do the same trick as for getting the chest; lean the block against the wall and then climb to the top where you can complete the temple.
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