Dyeing to Find It Zelda Tears of the Kingdom

Dyeing to Find It in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom is one of the many shrine quests that you can run into in the game. You have to find the solution to the quest in order for the shrine to spawn (in this case, it’s Kurakat Shrine). Once you manage that, you just waltz into the shrine and get what’s inside. In this guide, we are going to give you the solution to the Dyeing to Find It shrine quest and show you where to find it.

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dyeing to find it zelda tears of the kingdom
Dyeing to Find It Zelda Tears of the Kingdom

Zelda Tears of the Kingdom Dyeing to Find It Shrine Quest Solution

The solution to the Zelda Tears of the Kingdom Dyeing to Find It shrine quest is to match the shadow of the rotating… thing with the white symbol on the rock wall. You know the riddle the steward construct gives you? It goes: “When the sun awakens in the sky, dye the white pattern black. Then will the sacred shrine appear.” That’s what he means. So, the first thing you want to do is grab the crank and turn the stone “pillar” until the big “T” shape is facing away from where the shrine is going to appear. Ideally, you want to spin it clockwise, but it’s not necessary. Next, use Ultrahand to pick up one of the wooden boards and place it into the slot on the left of the pillar.

The next step to the solution of the Dyeing to Find It shrine quest in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom is to light the nearby fire, sit down and wait until the morning. Then just wait for the shadow and the white symbol to align. Ideally, you might want to stand next to the crank for minor adjustments, if necessary. Once the shadow fully envelops the shape, a cutscene will play and Kurakat Shrine will appear. Go inside, loot the place, get the Light of Blessing and be on your way. And if you don’t know where this puzzle is, take a look at the screenshots below. It’s in northwest Lanayru, between Rabia Plain and Quatta’s Shelf.

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