Mayaumekis Shrine Zelda Tears of the Kingdom

You can first reach the Mayaumekis Shrine in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom, aka Downward Force during the Tulin of Rito Village main quest. This shrine is yet another where you have to use the physics of the place to reach the goal. In this case, it’s jumping up and down on trampolines. It sounds fun, and it is, but it’s also tricky. So, let’s guide you through the place.

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Mayaumekis Shrine Zelda Tears of the Kingdom

How to Complete Mayaumekis Shrine Zelda Tears of the Kingdom

The first step to complete the Zelda Tears of the Kingdom Mayaumekis Shrine – Downward Force is to go down the stairs and shoot the pillar behind the bars to open the first gate. Remember that. Get into the next room, climb up the long staircase and defeat the enemy at the top. Then, drop onto the stretched colorful canvas and let it catapult you up. Yep, we’re doing trampolines in this shrine! Once on the higher platform, step onto the next trampoline and then glide to the boat going in a circle. Use said boat and gliding to reach the far left corner to open the chest. It’s not a necessary step, but hey, resources. Besides, it let’s you get a better feel of the trampolines.

Next, to complete the Mayaumekis Shrine in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom is to go back across towards the large “building” near the top of the main puzzle room, as shown below. The proper way is to bounce off the ship and fire an arrow at another short pillar while in the air. However, you can cheat the system by standing directly under the bottom grate and using Ascend to get inside and up. However you do it, you need to reach the top of this part to get to the main altar. I love how this game, like Breath of the Wild, lets you improvise a solution. And that’s basically all there is to this shrine.

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