TOTK How to Disable Satori's Blue Beams of Light
Not sure how to disable Satori’s Blue Beams of Light that guide you towards caves in Zelda TOTK? Among many strange creatures in Hyrule, Satori is one of the most mysterious. If you offer the white god horse some fruit, he will cast blue light beams across the landscape. What are these Satori’s glowing blue lights? And can you turn off these blue beams in Zelda TOTK? Read on to learn everything you need to know.
What are Satori’s Blue Beams of Light in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom
The Lord of the Mountain, also known as Satori, is a gorgeous ice-blue and white mythical creature that resembles a horse (or a hornless stag?). You can find his shrines around cherry blossom trees atop high mountains around Hyrule. And the legend says that the creature will present itself to those worthy enough. And, of course, those who offer some fruits in offering baskets.
When you put some fruit in the basket, Satori will appear. And a short cut scene will ensue showing these blue beams of light scattered across the landscape. What are these blue lights in TOTK? The answer is simple – those light blue beams highlight caves in that region.. They will light up all cave entrances, regardless if you’ve visited them or not. But only for the region where you are currently.
How to Disable Satori’s Blue Beams of Light in Sky in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom
Now that you know what they are let’s see how to undo these Satori cave blue lights. Some players find them distracting. Others like to discover cavers rather than be guided towards them. So, how to undo Satori’s cave blue lights in Zelda TOTK? The bad news is that you can not disable them manually. However, the good news is that they will disappear on their own after a while. We are not exactly sure regarding the duration but are estimation is that they go away after around 24 in-game hours.
Hey! I don’t know if it was a coincidence, but by the first blue-lit cave I went to, I found a Blupee, and upon hitting it with an arrow, all the blue glows that had lit up in the surrounding areas went out.