Susuyai Shrine Zelda Tears of the Kingdom

The Susuyai Shrine in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom, like most other shrines in the game, has a series of relatively small puzzles for you to solve. That said, just because the puzzles are relatively contained, it doesn’t mean they’re easy. Quite the contrary, it’s very easy to get stumped in some shrines. Susuyai is one of them. In this guide, we are going to explain how to complete it.

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Susuyai Shrine Zelda Tears of the Kingdom

How to Complete Susuyai Shrine in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom

To complete Susuyai Shrine in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom, aka A Spinning Device, you have to get well-acquainted with the automatic carts that are whizzing all around the opening room. The first thing you should do is locate the one cart that has a chest on it and use Ultrahand to lift it onto the brown tiles. Next, cross over to the farther brown-tiled part. Pick another cart up and place it so that it takes you across the hill. You have to strike one of the wheels to make it go. If the hill starts making you go backwards, keep hitting a wheel until you’re safe on the other side.

The next step to complete the Zelda Tears of the Kingdom Susuyai Shrine is a fun little brainteaser. The four-pronged crank opens the gate to the next room. As soon as you stop turning it, the gate falls back down. So, what you need to do is use the Ultrahand to pull one of the wheels off the cart and attach it to one of the prongs. Smack the wheel, and it will spin the crank forever. Proceed into the next and final room. This is the trickiest part. You have to lean the platform on the rails so that you attach one of the nearby wheels onto the top where it goes onto the rails, as shown below. You then place it so that the wheel is on the rails, hop on, and hit the platform to activate the wheel. This will transport you to the end of Susuyai Shrine.

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