I Need to Reach My Friend Zelda Tears of the Kingdom

In our I Need to Reach My Friend Zelda Tears of the Kingdom guide, we are going to explain how to move the Korok with the backpack where it needs to go. It’s a small puzzle that you need to solve in order to help the little creatures and get Korok Seeds. Nothing overly complicated, but it can stump you, especially at the beginning. Here’s how this works.

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i need to reach my friend zelda tears of the kingdom
I Need to Reach My Friend Zelda Tears of the Kingdom

I Need to Reach My Friend Zelda Tears of the Kingdom

As you explore the world of Zelda Tears of the Kingdom, you’ll run into several Koroks with big backpacks that say: “I need to reach my friend.” They’ve been separated from their fellow Korok, and you need to help them reunite. Now, we are going to cover one of these examples, in the west of Great Sky Island; once you know how one of them works, you’ll pretty much know how to solve them all. The first step is to build a platform with a hook on it that you can use on the rails that connect the floating islands. To do that, use Ultrahand to glue two logs together, then attach a hook on the top. Next, pick the Korok up with the same ability and place it on the platform.

How to Move Korok to His Friend in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom

To move the Korok and help him reach his friend in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom, Ultrahand to attach the hook of the platform onto the rail. Then, use the same ability to move it for a bit, just enough so that it can keep going on its own. Hop onto the platform before it leaves, though. Once you and the backpack Korok are on the other side, pick it up with Ultrahand and place it near its buddy. The last step is to talk to them. You will receive two Korok Seeds for your troubles. Be sure to explore the vicinity of their little camp, just in case there’s something interesting to be found.

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