Zelda TOTK Tera Great Fairy, Musical Troupe With Violin

In our Zelda TOTK Great Fairy, Musical Troupe With Violin guide, we are going to explain how to gain access to the first Great Fairy in Tears of the Kingdom, Tera. It is a long side quest that will require you to go to several places on the map and talking to different NPCs. As far as we know, these are the steps you need to take to unlock the Great Fairies in general; Tera needs to be the first one. It’s worth the hassle, since they upgrade your armor like in Breath of the Wild. With all of that said, here’s what you need to do.

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Zelda TOTK Great Fairy, Musical Troupe With Violin

Zelda TOTK Great Fairy, Musical Troupe

You have to bring a musical troupe with a violin to unlock access to any Great Fairy in Zelda TOTK (or Tears of the Kingdom), and the first one has to be Tera. She is near the Woodland Stable in Eldin Canyon, and once you talk to her, she will mark the locations of the other Fairies for you. However, each Fairy has a separate instrument she wants to hear before she comes out of her flower. Depending on your exploration of Hyrule, you might have bumped into one of the other three Fairies before Tera, but as far as we can tell, you can’t do anything about them before releasing Tera. It all begins with a visit to Woodland Stable.

Where is Woodland Stable with Musicians in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom

The Woodland Stable, where the musicians are in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom, is in the north of Eldin Canyon, near Pico Lake (coordinates 1047,1144, 0022). If you can’t find it on your own, check out the screenshots below. To the left of the entrance, you’ll see a small stage with some of the members of the musical troupe necessary to summon the Great Fairy in Zelda TOTK. They won’t talk to you per se. However, they do mention the Clover Gazette newspaper, which is somewhere in Hebra. They are only willing to speak with a journalist from there. So, on we go in search of the newspaper.

Where to Find Lucky Clover Gazette Newspaper in Hebra Zelda Tears of the Kingdom

The Lucky Clover Gazette newspaper in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom, our next step in unlocking access to the Great Fairy in TOTK, is in the northeast corner of Tabantha Frontier. It’s coordinates are -3232, 1781, 0119. Once again, take a gander at the pictures below to see where exactly it is. Once you reach the Gazette, head into the building and talk to the two NPC inside, Penn and Traysi. This begins a whole new side quest called “Potential Princess Sightings,” but that’s of no concern to us right now. What’s important is that you’re now officially a journalist of the Lucky Clover Gazette. In other words, the musicians will talk to you now.

Serenade to a Great Fairy Zelda Tears of the Kingdom

The last part of unlocking the Great Fairy in Zelda TOTK or Tears of the Kingdom is to serenade her. Go back to Woodland Stables and talk to the musicians. You’ll learn that their cart is busted. So, use Ultrahand to attach the nearby wheels to their proper places on the cart and move the whole thing off the rock. Next, talk to the stable owner at the window and ask for one of your registered horses. When prompted, ask for a harness and attach it to the front of the cart with Ultrahand. Talk to the musicians and they’ll get into the cart. So, all that’s left is to drive them up the hill and to the Fairy’s flower.

A cutscene will play, in which you finally meet Tera. Among other things, she will give you the locations of the other three Fairies. Mija is near the stables in Hebra, Kaysa near the stables in Hyrule Field, and Cotera near the stables in West Necluda.

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A language teacher and video game enthusiast turned rogue, Joe is on a quest to become the ultimate gaming journalist. This is somewhat hampered by his belief that the golden age of gaming ended with the PlayStation One, but he doesn't let that stop him. His favorite games include Soul Reaver and Undertale. Other interests are D'n'D, dad rock, complaining about movies, and being the self-appointed office funny man, which nobody else agrees with.


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