Zelda TOTK Forge Construct Locations

In our Zelda TOTK Forge Construct Locations guide, we are going to show you where you can find forges in Tears of the Kingdom. They are useful, because you can use them to smelt Zonite into various nifty items. Therefore, the more Forge Constructs you know about and activate, the easier time you’ll have navigating the map and the less you’ll have to backtrack. Let’s begin!

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zelda totk forge construct locations
Zelda TOTK Forge Construct Locations

Forge Construct Locations Great Sky Island Zelda Tears of the Kingdom

There is only one Forge Construct location in the Great Sky Island in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom, or TOTK. As far as we know, this is the only Forge Construct in the Sky slice of the map in general; we haven’t found a single one in any of the floating archipelagos. And also, it doesn’t seem like there are any on the surface. The Forge Construct on the Great Sky Island (which is in one of the mining caves) is only there as a tutorial. The whole area serves to introduce you to the game’s many mechanics; of course forging is going to be one of them. But if you want to get serious about it, you need to explore the Underground Depths.

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Great Sky Island Forge Construct

Forge Construct Locations Depths Zelda Tears of the Kingdom

We have found ten Forge Construct locations in the Underground Depths in Zelda TOTK; four in the northern half and six in the south. One thing of interest to note is that they seem to appear mostly below big cities on the surface, in abandoned mines. Therefore, in the north, you have Forge Constructs in the Hebra Abandoned Mine, the Abandoned Lanayru Mine, the Abandoned Eldin Mine and the Abandoned Tarrey Mine. In the south, you can find forges in the Abandoned Gerudo Mine, the Abandoned Kara Kara Mine, the Great Abandoned Central Mine, the Abandoned Kakariko Mine, the Abandoned Hateno Mine and the Abandoned Lurelin Mine.

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