Sheik's Mask Zelda Tears of the Kingdom

Finding Sheik’s Mask in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom is pretty tricky. You have to go into the Underground Depths in the Gerudo Region, and then head to a specific location. Sure, you can just scan the Sheik Super Smash Bros amiibo or purchase the mask from the Bargainer Statue for 400 Poes, but where’s the fun in that? Let’s find out where Sheik’s Mask actually is.

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sheiks mask zelda tears of the kingdom
Sheik’s Mask Zelda Tears of the Kingdom

Where to Find Sheik’s Mask in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom

To find Sheik’s Mask in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom, you need to drop into the underground in Gerudo. We recommend either the one in the South Lomei Labyrinth or the East Gerudo Chasm (coordinates -2471, -3045, 0098). From there, make your way either directly east or to the southeast, depending on where you dropped. Your goal is to get to the entrance of the Desert Coliseum. The entrance coordinates are -4313, -3703, -0481, so just head that way. Use Brightbloom Flowers as necessary to not walk into trouble. Generally, you can run away from enemies; they won’t follow you into the Coliseum. Why? Because a gate will block the entrance as soon as you go in and waves of Horriblins will attack.

So, to get the Zelda Tears of the Kingdom Sheik’s Mask, you need to fight and defeat all of these monsters. All of them start off by crawling on the ceiling, so use arrows to bring them back to the ground. If you have a powerful bow, now might be the time to use it, since you can kill these things with one well-placed arrow. Whatever your strategy may be, know that none of them are super-difficult, as long as you’re careful and pay attention. Once you’ve defeated every wave, the gloom will disappear from the chest in the middle of the room. Open it to get the Sheik’s Mask. It’s not a part of any set and it increases your stealth. The materials needed for the first upgrade are 1x Silent Princess, 1x Star Fragment, 10x Rupees.

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