Support President Hudson Post, Help Addison Zelda TOTK

Once you reach Exchange Ruins in Hyrule Field in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom, you’ll meet a guy named Addison with a strange sign. He’s holding a President Hudson sign, and without his support, it will fall. It is quite an exciting task for the young Addison. However, is there a way to help Addison to support President Hudson’s post in Zelda TOTK? Read on to learn how to help Addison in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom.

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Support President Hudson Post, Help Addison Zelda TOTK
How to Help Addison to Support President Hudson Post in Zelda TOTK?

How to Support President Hudson Sign Post in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom

If you remember your adventures from BOTW, you probably remember Hudson and his construction workers from Hateno Village. Hudson has now become even more ambitious, and to promote how great he is, he has appointed Addison to hold his sign around Hyrule. However, the sign is unstable and can not stand up independently. It needs to be supported. Hence, we need to find a way to help Addison in Zelda TOTK, or he will need to hold this post forever. But how to do it?

If he lets it go, it will fall. What you first need to do is to complete the nearby Mayachin Shrine. The quest inside is called “A Fixed Device”, and it gives you a clue about the solution for the post. Namely, you will need to use the huge green Zonai stakes, which can be seen near the Shrine. Grab one of them, and stick it in the ground just below the President Hudson Post sign to support it. Of course, you will need to position it so that the upper part of the stake leans against the unsupported side of the sign. Check out our images below so that you know exactly what you need to do. It goes without saying, but you will use your Ultrahand to grab, position, and attach the Stake.

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