Great Fairy Isn't Strong Enough Zelda Tears of the Kingdom

So, you’ve gotten the Zelda Tears of the Kingdom Great Fairy Isn’t Strong Enough warning and don’t know what your next steps should be. Well, that’s exactly what we’ll be covering in this guide. Do keep in mind that this will require a lot of work and traveling all over Hyrule. On the other hand, it pays off to have the Great Fairy enhance your clothing. So, here’s what you need to do.

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Great Fairy Isn’t Strong Enough Zelda Tears of the Kingdom

Zelda Tears of the Kingdom Great Fairy Isn’t Strong Enough

First off, let’s explain why the Great Fairy isn’t strong enough in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom: it’s because you haven’t freed her sisters. You might have bumped into them on your journeys, but as long as they’re still closed in their flowers, it doesn’t count. Now, the first Fairy you have to release is the one near Woodlands Stables, Tera. We have a whole separate guide on how to do that, but the long story short is: talk to the musicians, become a journalist at the Lucky Clover Gazette, go back to the musicians, repair their cart and drive them up to the Fairy. After all that trouble, Tera will be able to upgrade your armor once before running out of juice.

So, yeah, if the Zelda Tears of the Kingdom Great Fairy is not strong enough, you must release the three other Fairies. Well, I assume she’ll get back a bit of strength for every sister you unlock; we haven’t checked, we just went and completed all the Fairy-related quests. Be that as it may, there are three more Fairies in the game, Mija, Kaysa and Cotera. All of them are near a different stable, and each extra musician will require you to go hunt them down and complete a side quest. It’s a lot of work. Click on their names above to go to our detailed guides on each Fairy. If you want to try on your own, then here’s a map of their locations which Tera gives you.

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Locations of the other three Great Fairies
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