Majora's Mask Zelda Tears of the Kingdom

Getting Majora’s Mask in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom is quite the chore, but considering what it does, that makes sense. It literally makes monsters ignore you. I think it’s easy to see how that could be a huge advantage. Of course, you first have to figure out where to find Majora’s Mask in Zelda TOTK. Easier said than done, right? That’s why we’ve written this guide, in which we’ll take you to the location of Majora’s Mask and explain how to get and use it.

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Majora’s Mask Zelda Tears of the Kingdom (image credit: NeonTHedge)

Zelda Tears of the Kingdom Majora’s Mask Location

The location of Majora’s Mask in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom is in the Underground Depths, in the Floating Coliseum. That’s to the northwest of the Great Abandoned Central Mine, as shown in the map below. In the Coliseum is a chest that’s covered in malice, meaning that you can’t open it. To make the malice go away, you’ll have to fight five Lynels: Red, Blue, White Maned, White, and then another White Lynel that’s wearing armor. You’ll have to destroy its armor with a blunt weapon of any kind, and only then can you proceed to kill it Yes, it’s a very difficult gauntlet. Once you emerge victorious, you’ll be able to open the chest and get Majora’s Mask.

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Majora’s Mask location (image credit: NeonTHedge)

How to Use Majora’s Mask in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom

You use Majora’s Mask in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom the same way you did in Breath of the Wild. When you put it on, no monster is going to attack you. As long as you don’t hurt them in any way, they’ll leave you alone. Well, if you come real close to them, they might sniff at you or something. Other than that, though, they’ll be perfectly placid. This is incredibly useful for those that, like me, prefer exploration to combat. Plus, it makes taking pictures of monsters significantly easier, since you can get right in their faces. So, yeah; once you deal with those five Lynels, you’ll never have to fight regular monsters again. It’s worth the hassle.

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