TOTK Diamond Locations (Zelda Tears of the Kingdom)

If you don’t know how to get Diamonds in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom, don’t worry – we know! Diamonds are forever, and naturally – they are back in Zelda TOTK. As expected, they are extremely rare and powerful. Something you will definitely want to find as many as possible. Read on as we explain where to find Diamonds locations in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom.

▼Article Continues Below ▼
Zelda Tears of the Kingdom Diamonds Locations
Zelda TOTK Diamond Locations

Where to Find Diamonds in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom

So, where to find Diamonds in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom? Are they hard to get? Well, kind of. If you want to get them for free, you will need to go the hard way. And that means a lot of adventuring and exploring. Yes, it is possible to find them as rewards out there in the wild, hidden in chests inside various shrines and caves. So far, we’ve managed to find only five Diamonds in the open world. These are the locations:

  • We found one inside the Observation room of the Hyrule Castle.
  • One was a reward inside the chest in the Maoikes Shrine.
  • Another one was inside the chest of the Yomizuk Shrine.
  • There’s one in the Bone Pond East Cave (Lanayru Wetlands).
  • Finally, one Diamond is waiting for you inside the Tarm Point Cave.
  • One can be found inside of the Jinodok Shrine, on the Sotuh Hyrule Sky Archipelago (thanks, LyykaPaws!)

So, those are Zelda TOTK Diamonds locations in the open world. However, there’s also another, more reliable source of this solid form of pure carbon. One could say an “infinite” resource. The catch? You will need to pay for them. Namely, there is a vendor in Goron City who has an endless supply of diamonds, which restocks on a daily basis. However, it will cost you 1000 Rupees for a single diamond. So, if you need them in order to get the ultimate weapons like the Rito Great Eagle Bow, the Boulder Breaker, and the Zora Lightscale Trident, you will need to spend some rupees.

Author Chronocrator profile picture
With over 10 years of experience in gaming and esports journalism, I like to think that my guides once helped a NASA scientist to beat a game. Basically, I should be credited for NASA's Mars missions.In my free time, I dream of the day when I will finally start cleaning my Steam backlog.



  1. L

    I also found a diamond inside of the Jinodok Shrine, on the Sotuh Hyrule Sky Archipelago.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *