TOTK Six Dragons, Display Power of Sage of Water

In our TOTK Six Dragons, Display Power of Sage of Water guide, we are going to show you how to complete this Typhlo Ruins side quest in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom. The first problem here is finding those six dragons, and once you do, what’s the next step? How are you supposed to “display the power of the sage of water?” Let’s find out!

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TOTK Six Dragons, Display Power of Sage of Water

Zelda Tears of the Kingdom The Six Dragons, Display the Power of Sage of Water

To complete the Six Dragons Typhlo Ruins puzzle in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom or TOTK, you need to “display the power of the sage of water.” Neat, but what does that mean? Well, the first step is to find the actual six dragons. What you’re looking for are six large, stone dragon heads in a circle. They are in the northwest of the Typhlo Ruins, at these coordinates: 0186, 3181, 0174. When you get there, activate Sidon’s Water Bubble companion ability. Then, hold attack to charge it as far as it will go and release it at the third dragon from the left. Well, that’s the one we hit; maybe any of them will work. If you do it correctly, a brief cutscene will play and reveal a chest.

And there you have it, that’s how you complete the Six Dragons quest in Zelda TOTK or Tears of the Kingdom and display the power of the sage of water. All you need to do is go and open the chest to finish the mission. Of course, there are other puzzles to solve in the Typhlo Ruins, but that’s a matter for a different guide. Speaking off, we have a ton of other Tears of the Kingdom guides for you to check out, like Corridor Between Two Dragons, Owl Protected by Dragons Display Power of Sage of Wind and Bladed Rhino Beetle Farming Locations. So, if you get stuck somewhere else, take a look.

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