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Trial on the Cliff

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Trial on the Cliff
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Quest Giver ???
Location North Lomei Labyrinth
Reward Access to Qaza Tokki Shrine

"Trial on the Cliff" is a Shrine Quest in Breath of the Wild.

Overview

Upon entering the North Lomei Labyrinth in the northeast of the Tabantha Tundra, Link is greeted by a mysterious voice, that tells him to progress through the labyrinth to receive a blessing,[1] initiating the Quest. When Links moves into the center of the labyrinth, Qaza Tokki Shrine can be seen in a central chamber, surrounded by portcullises. Link must navigate the maze to find another entrance into this chamber. In the northern corner of the labyrinth, hidden tunnels can be found that lead Link to a ladder to an elevated tunnel going towards the center of the labyrinth.

The elevated tunnel will lead to a small platform above the Ancient Shrine, allowing Link to drop down into the chamber with the Shrine. The Quest will complete when Link taps his Sheikah Slate on the Shrine's terminal, allowing him entry into the Shrine.

Objectives

Stage Description
1 Upon reaching the ruins in the northeast Tabantha Tundra, you were greeted by a mysterious voice.

It told you that you would receive a blessing if you were able to make it past the maze.
Complete A cliff maze built by someone.

A shrine, containing a blessing, waited at the heart of the challenge.

Nomenclature

TMC Forest Minish Artwork.png Names in Other Regions TMC Jabber Nut Sprite.png
Language Name
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland EnglishUK Trial on the Cliff

References

  1. "You who have reached this point... Proceed onward through the maze and you will receive a blessing as reward..." — ??? (Breath of the Wild)