TOTK Where is Impa After You Complete Dragon’s Tears Quest

Where does Impa go after the Dragon’s Tears quest in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom? This is a question that many players are asking after they find all the geoglyphs and complete both the “Impa and the Geoglyphs” quest, and begin “The Dragon’s Tears” quest. Read on as we explain where to find Impa’s location in Kakariko Village in Zelda TOTK after you complete the “The Dragon’s Tears” quest.

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TOTK Where is Impa After You Complete Dragon’s Tears Quest
Zelda Tears of the Kingdom Impa Location in Kakariko Village

Where Does Impa Go After the Dragon’s Tears Quest in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom

Impa, the elder of Kakariko Village in Breath of the Wild, is now retired. But she still has a lot of work for Link! She will give you one of the biggest quest lines in the game, which will also be one of the hardest to complete. We’re talking about the search for Geoglyphs and the “The Dragon’s Tears” quest. You’ll spend a lot of time in the game completing these two quests. During this period, she will change her locations several times. You will meet her first in Rito Village. However, at one point during the quest, she will leave the village and get to the Forgotten Temple. This is where you will complete the “The Dragon’s Tears” quest.

However, once you finish the second quest at the Forgotten Temple and talk with Impa, a cinematic will ensue. Following the cutscene, she will tell you that she is heading back to Kakariko Village. Nevertheless, if you go to Kakariko Village to look for Impa, she will not be there. So, where is she? Warning: SPOILERS AHEAD! You will need to complete these huge questlines in order for Impa to eventually appear in Kakariko Village:

  • Complete the four main “Regional Phenomena” quests: Rito Village, the Zora’s Domain, Goron City, and Gerudo Village.
  • Finish the main Hyrule castle quest.
  • Finish the Fifth Sage quest in Kakariko Village.
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