Hiyoshi Springs Mythic Quest Not Spawning in Ghost of Tsushima

Ghost of Tsushima Hiyoshi Springs Mythic Tale is a side quest that you can find and complete in the game. To begin it, the game tells you to go and find the musician in Hiyoshi, but when you go there, the musician doesn’t spawn, and you can’t start the Mythic Tale. Fortunately, it’s not necessarily a bug; in fact, the solution is probably easier than you think. We’ll show you what you have to do in our Hiyoshi Springs Mythic Quest Not Spawning in Ghost of Tsushima guide.

hiyoshi springs mythic quest not spawning in ghost of tsushima
Hiyoshi Springs Mythic Quest Not Spawning in Ghost of Tsushima

Ghost of Tsushima Musician in Hiyoshi Springs Location – How to Spawn Mythic Tale

To spawn the musician in Hiyoshi Springs and spawn the Mythic Tale in Ghost of Tsushima, the first step is to complete the Blood on the Grass main quest. Before you do that, you can search all through Hiyoshi to no avail. Once you finish Blood on the Grass, a random peasant will tell you where to find the musician in Hiyoshi, and you’ll get marker on the map. For us, the peasant was in Azamo Bay, but that doesn’t mean it’s gonna be the same for you. That said, you can see where you find the musician in Hiyoshi Springs in the images below.

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As you can see, the musician is playing on a small stage to a couple of people in the north part of Hiyoshi Springs. Sit down and listen to the tale of Uchitsune. This is where the Curse of Uchitsune mythic tale kicks off, and, at the end of it, you’ll earn his fabled longbow. For more detailed help with that, check out our Longbow Location Map – Uchitsune Mythic Tale guide. To cut a long story short, you basically have to go from quest marker to quest marker until you fight a boss and get the longbow.

So, yeah, that’s what you have to do to spawn the Hiyoshi Springs Mythic Tale in Ghost of Tsushima. Having trouble with anything else in the game? Check out some of our other Ghost of Tsushima guides. Among a bunch of others, we’ve got Charms – Shinto Shrine Locations and Fox Den Locations – Inari Shrines.

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