TOTK Clue about Watery Bridge, Sidon of the Zora

In our TOTK Clue about Watery Bridge, Sidon of the Zora guide, we are going to explain how to complete one of the steps in this quest. The text of the mission is basically a riddle that you have to solve. What is this watery bridge, and where is it? And does it have anything to do with Clues to the Sky? Because it certainly seems that way. Let’s get to the bottom of this.

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TOTK Clue about Watery Bridge, Sidon of the Zora

Where to Find Watery Bridge Solution in Zelda TOTK Sidon of the Zora

To solve the clue about the watery bridge in the Sidon of the Zora quest in Zelda TOTK, which is intertwined with the Clues to the Sky quest in Tears of the Kingdom, you first need to reach the Land of the Sky Fish. Luckily for you, there’s a floating island in the Zora kingdom that looks exactly like a fish. Go southeast from Mipha’s Court to the location we’ve marked in the screenshots below. There, you’ll find a block that fell from the sky. So, climb on top of it and use Recall to ride it into the sky. When you get high enough, jump from the ground and glide over to the back of the sky fish, aka Floating Scales Island. Now is when it gets tricky.

How to Solve Zelda Tears of the Kingdom Sidon of the Zora Watery Bridge Clue

The next step to solve the clue about the watery bridge in Zelda TOTK Sidon of the Zora (and Clues to the Sky in Tears of the Kingdom), you have to get to the back of the fish, so to speak. Stand on the southern edge of the highest part of the Land of the Sky Fish, and look just below you. Notice how the floating debris kinda make the shape of a droplet? Position yourself so that the droplet is as perfect as possible. Draw an arrow and attach a King’s Scale to it. Shoot the arrow through the droplet and watch what happens. Go back and talk to Sidon Mipha’s court. You can handle it from here.

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