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A Landscape of a Stable

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A Landscape of a Stable
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Quest Giver Mayro
Location Foothill Stable

"A Landscape of a Stable" is a Shrine Quest in Breath of the Wild.[1]

Overview

Link is given this Quest when he speaks with Mayro at the Foothill Stable. Mayro is admiring a painting inside the Stable's lodge, which was painted by Ozunda.[2] Mayro comments that the Stable in the painting appears to been painted from the south.[3] This serves as a clue to the Tah Muhl Shrine, which is found in a crag south of the Foothill Stable in Trilby Valley. Approaching the Shrine completes the Quest.

The Tah Muhl Shrine can be found without initating the Quest.

Objectives

Stage Description
1 The landscape painting hanging on the wall of the Foothill Stable was painted by the stable's owner, Ozunda, who paints as a hobby.

You can make out details of the landscape such as a volcano and stable. Some of this seems familiar...
Complete There is a landscape painting adorning the wall of the Foothill Stable.

You've discovered the shrine hidden in the painting!

References

  1. "A Landscape of a Stable" — Adventure Log (Breath of the Wild)
  2. "This painting was made by Ozunda, the owner of this stable, or so I hear." — Mayro (Breath of the Wild)
  3. "I think the stable was painted from a southern direction... The composition is just so impressive..." — Mayro (Breath of the Wild)