TOTK Mystic Armor Set Location

In our Zelda TOTK Mystic Armor Set Location guide, we are going to show you where to find the Mystic Armor or Satori Armor in Tears of the Kingdom. We will also explain how its bonus effect, Rupee Padding, works. This seems to be one of the most sought-after armors in the game, and it’s not easy to get. Moreover, I don’t really know whether it’s worth the effort, aside from the cool look. Here’s the info, so you can decide for yourself.

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totk mystic armor set location
TOTK Mystic Armor Set Location

Where to Find Mystic Armor Set in Tears of the Kingdom

To find the Mystic Armor Set in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom, or TOTK, you need to find a special merchant, Koltin. He is up on Ulri Mountain, in the Akkala Highlands. His exact coordinates are 3660, 2065, 0168. There’s even a side quest connected to finding him, picked up from an NPC called Kilton. He is in Tarry Town at these coordinates: 3959, 1641, 0128. Anyways, once you get to Koltin’s shiny hot balloon, you’ll find out that he sells his wares for Bubbul Gems. What you have to do now is keep buying things from him until you get all three pieces of the Mystic Armor Set: the robe, the trousers and the headpiece. It’ll take a while, and you might have to farm for Gems, but that’s how it works.

How Does Mystic Armor Rupee Padding Work

Rupee Padding is the bonus of the Mystic Armor set in Zelda TOTK. The game tells you that it substitutes loss of health for loss of Rupees when you take damage. However, in our experience, it doesn’t work that well. Every time we got hit while wearing the full set, we still lost a lot of health and a handful of Rupees. Perhaps it gives you more protection if you have more Rupees / when you upgrade the armor. Either way, you have to keep in mind that the Mystic Armor does not fully convert damage into Rupees. Do a bit of testing on your own and see how (and whether) it works for you.

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