Ceremonial Trident is a repairable weapon in Zelda Breath of The Wild. It’s a replica of the Light Scale Trident used by the champion Mipha. It’s a great weapon, and once you’ve used it up, a certain blacksmith can repair it for you. It’s in a pretty tricky spot, you it’s super easy to miss. In this guide, we’re going to show you Zelda Breath of The Wild Ceremonial Trident location, how to repair it.
Where to find Ceremonial Trident
The trident can be found in the waters around Zora’s Domain, the icy town in the northern part of the Lanaryu region. When you get to the city, go to the statue of champion Mipha. Climb the western staircase, then follow the westward bridge. When you’re halfway across, jump over the railing and glide to the outer ring of the city. You need to land on the lowest level, by the water.
If you turn on Magnesis and look into the water outside the wall, you’ll see the trident on the bottom. It’s too far to grab, so you’ll need to build a few pillars using Cryosis first. Once you’re close enough, grab it with your magnet and drag it out to shore.
How to repair Ceremonial Trident
You can only repair it after you’ve dealt with Divine Beast Vah Ruta. Once the trident breaks, go to the northeastern corner of the lower level of Zora’s Domain. This is the blacksmith’s workshop. Talk to Dento, the old artisan. He’ll offer to repair/replace your trident, but you’ll have to get him a Zora’s Spear and five pieces of flint.
He can also fix the Light Scale Trident, but that one requires a diamond as well, beside the flint and spear. It’s really not worth repairing, if you ask us.