Messages From an Ancient Era Zelda TOTK, Stone Tablets Locations Map

The “Messages From an Ancient Era” side quest in Tears of the Kingdom is probably one of the hardest ones in the game. Namely, players must find 13 Ancient Era Stone Tablets all around Hyrule. If you are struggling to complete this quest, we have a solution! Below is a Messages From an Ancient Era map with all 13 Stone Tablets locations in TOTK.

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TOTK Messages From an Ancient Era Stone Tablets Locations Map
TOTK Stone Tablets Locations Map

Zelda Tears of the Kingdom Messages From an Ancient Era Guide

In order to even start the “Messages From an Ancient Era” quest, you will first need to learn how to read Ancient Hyrulean Text. And for that to happen, you will first need to finish one of the four regional main TOTK quests. Anyone will do. If you meet this requirement, head to Lookout Landing and speak with Wortsworth. This will trigger the “Messages from an Ancient Era” quest. Believe it or not, this was the easier part. The hard part is to actually find the locations of all 13 Stone Tablets in TOTK. You will not be given a single clue on where to find these Stone Tablets in Tears of the Kingdom. However, we’ve managed to find them all!

Zelda Tears of the Kingdom Stone Tablets Locations Map

Here’s a little hint – you can find them all on small islands on the Sky map. Here’s another hint – they all look like small stars. Keep in mind that many of these “star” islands are immensely hard to reach. Hence, you will need to have a lot of stamina, complete the Rito Village main story in order to have Vow of Tulin, and you will need some advanced flying machines within your Autobuild vehicles. You will receive the Zonai Survey Team Fabric paraglider skin and 1400 Rupees when you find them all. With that said, here are all Zelda Tears of the Kingdom Messages From an Ancient Era Stone Tablet locations, with maps:

Zelda Tears of the Kingdom Ancient Stone Tablets Locations Map

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