TOTK White Goats Gone Missing Location

In our TOTK White Goats Gone Missing Location guide, we are going to show you where the goats are in this Zelda Tears of the Kingdom side quest. We are going to explain how to begin the mission and how to complete it “properly.” After that, well just show you where the goats are, if you don’t want to waste time. Let’s begin!

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totk white goats gone missing location
TOTK White Goats Gone Missing Location

White Goats Gone Missing in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom

To begin the Zelda Tears of the Kingdom White Goats Gone Missing side quest, you need to go to the Tabantha Bridge Stable and talk to Penn. His exact coordinates are -2192, 0524, 0169. Note that this mission won’t be available until you first pay a visit to the Lucky Clover Gazette and become a journalist. Anyways, Penn is standing in, well, an empty pen. The goats that used to be there have wandered off somewhere, and your goal is to find them. Now, as soon as you exit the pen through the gate, you’ll find a Hylian Pine Cone on the ground. And then another one a bit further off. And another, and another. Yes, following the pine cones actually takes you to the goats.

So, yeah, just follow the pine cone trail to complete the White Goats Gone Missing quest in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom. Or just go to these coordinates: -2552, 0412, 0150. That should cut down some time, sine the trail does wind around. No need to put yourself through that, unless you’re really hurting for some Hylian Pine Cones. Anyways, there’s a message in a bottle in the middle of the goat herd. Interact with it to complete the quest. The owner, Chork, will appear first and thank you. After that, Penn will fly down and congratulate you. Done and done. If you need help with anything else in Tears of the Kingdom, check out some of our other guides, like Ember Armor Set Locations and How to Get Shrine Sensor.

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