Dragon's Tear Location in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom Impa and the Geoglyphs

Once you get down to Hyrule in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom, the NPCs there are going to mention Impa. She is looking into the disappearance of Princess Zelda and wants to help you find her. She is certain that this has something to do with huge Geoglyphys that have appeared. Because of this, Impa wants to survey one of them from high up in the sky. After you have repaired her balloon and set off into the sky, you will see what the Geoglyph looks like. Then, you will need to figure out the Dragon’s Tear location in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom so that you can complete Impa and the Geoglyphs. Here’s where you can find it.

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Dragon's Tear Location in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom Impa and the Geoglyphs
Dragon’s Tear Location in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom Impa and the Geoglyphs

Where to Find Dragon’s Tear in Zelda Tears of The Kingdom – Impa and the Geoglyphs Quest

Once you are up in the air, you will be able to see the complete shape of the Geoglyph. Impa is going to explain that you are looking for something called a Dragon’s Tear. In her own words: “Where the Tears rest upon the earth, we marked down the images to which they gave birth.” But what is the Dragon’s Tear and where should you look for it? Well, the big clue is in the name itself – a Tear, meaning that you are looking for a body of water of some kind. Also, the Dragon’s Tear is either directly inside the Geoglyph, or very close to it.

Jump down from the balloon and glide towards the Geoglyph. We have marked this spot in the screenshot below, so go there. You are going to be able to recognize it very easily, since it looks like a circular pool of water. Interact with it and you will receive another piece of the puzzle as to where Zelda is. This will complete the “Impa and the Geoglyphs” quest and begin “The Dragon’s Tears” quest. It will lead you to the Forgotten Temple.

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