Ring Garland Zelda Tears of the Kingdom

The Ring Garland in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom is an item that you can purchase from a vendor in Kakariko Village. You can use it to decorate Link’s house once you obtain it, but surely there’s something more to it, right? The game has a tendency to be sneaky that way. Well, there actually is something else you can use the Ring Garland in Zelda TOTK for. In this guide, we’ll show you what that is and where to find the garland in the first place.

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ring garland zelda tears of the kingdom
Ring Garland Zelda Tears of the Kingdom

How to Use Ring Garland in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom

Before we learn how to use the Ring Garland in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom, we first need to figure out where to find it. That’s the easy part. Head to Kakariko Village and find the vendor called Koko. She is at the following coordinates: 1822, -1001, 0112. They only cost five Rupees a pop, so it won’t exactly break the bank. Pick the garland up from the ground after the transaction and fuse it to a shield you’re not using for easier transport. Again, make sure it’s a throwaway shield; you don’t want the garlanded item to break. Okay, neat; that’s how you get the thing, but what do you do with it?

To use the Ring Garland in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom, head into Gerudo Town; specifically, you need to be in the Gerudo Shelter. Make sure that it’s evening time. Find a fire to rest by or do something else if it isn’t. Also, make sure to now equip the shield with the garland. Once everything is set, go to the shelter classroom (coordinates are -3855, -2982, 0032). Talk to the teacher, Ashai. Agree to her request to participate, then go through the students, one by one. When it’s Deltan’s turn, she will be very happy to see the garland. It will change her outlook on life, which is great. There’s no reward for this, but it is a nice little bit of story.

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