TOTK Blue Nightshade Farming Locations

If you need to know where the best Zelda TOTK Blue Nightshade farming locations are, you’ve come to the right place. These flowers are not exactly common, but they are really useful. Especially for those of you that lean heavily into stealth, like me. So, let’s find out where it’s best to farm Blue Nightshade in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom and how to use them.

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TOTK Blue Nightshade Farming Locations

Tears of the Kingdom Blue Nightshade Farming Locations

The two best locations for Blue Nightshade farming we’ve found in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom or TOTK are between Satori Mountain and Rutile Lake. The coordinates of the first flower patch are -2301, -0473, 0332, and the second are -2478, -0653, 0207. Naturally, you have to visit during the night, because that’s when Blue Nightshades bloom. Not to mention that they emit a soft, blueish glow, so they’re easier to spot.

There are a few more good locations where you can pick up a bunch of Blue Nightshade. First off, there’s Farosh Hills, especially around the lakes to the east of them. There’s also a few patches around East Hill, which is north of Kakariko Village, as well as some around Yambi Lake, south of the Rabella Wetlands Skyview Tower.

More Blue Nightshade locations (click to enlarge)

How to Use Blue Nightshade in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom

Now that we know the best locations for farming Blue Nightshade in Zelda TOTK or Tears of the Kingdom, how do you use them? Well, the glowing blue flowers are all about stealth. When used in cooking, they create meals that make you extra sneaky for a little bit. Cooking five flowers makes a dish that grants ten minutes of improved stealth, for example. Another common use for Blue Nightshade is upgrading the Stealth armor set. It will take a total of about twenty-four flowers (plus other stuff) to fully upgrade that armor at the Great Fairies. Lastly, you need some Blue Nightshades to finish the “A Gift of Nightshade” side quest. You can pick it up from the NPC standing nears Lover’s Pond.

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