Zelda TOTK King Dorephan Location

In our Zelda TOTK King Dorephan Location guide, we are going to show you where to find the king of the Zora in the Tears of the Kingdom Clues to the Sky quest. The once-regal Dorephan has retreated to his sanctum after the instigating events of TOTK and is therefore pretty difficult to locate. Don’t you fret, though, because we’re here to help. We’ll rat out his bunker.

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zelda totk king dorephan location
Zelda TOTK King Dorephan Location

Where to Find King Dorephan Zelda Tears of the Kingdom

To find King Dorephan in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom or TOTK in the Clues to the Sky quest, you need to figure out where the Pristine Sanctum is. Well, it’s at these coordinates: 3709, 0608, 0405. It’s in the area of Lulu Lake, slightly to the northwest. You’ll see a rock formation when you get there, and when you climb it (or glide above it), you’ll notice that there’s a waterfall going into an underground chamber. Drop into that chamber and you’ll see the king. He is… definitely not doing as great as the last time you’ve seen him. In fact, he seems pretty lifeless. However, when you talk to your old pal Muzu standing nearby, Dorephan will wake up and greet you.

So, yeah, that’s where the location of King Dorephan is in Zelda TOTK or Tears of the Kingdom for the purposes of the in the Clues to the Sky quest (and any others). I won’t spoil his dialogue; that’s up for you to discover. Same goes for the rest of the quest. We’re only here to show you where the king is. If you need help with something else in Tears of the Kingdom, feel free to check out our growing list of guides. Among others, we have articles like The Mysterious Eighth Orb Locations, Fierce Deity Armor Upgrade Cost, and Where is Impa After You Complete Dragon’s Tears Quest. I think you’ll find them useful.

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