TOTK Wife Wafted Away, Mei Location

In our TOTK Wife Wafted Away, Mei Location guide, we are going to show you where to find Fronk’s wife in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom. She is not easy to locate at all, and it’s not like Fronk is super-useful with his hints. As it turns out, Mia is standing next to a small pool on one of the local Sky Islands. Here’s what you need to do.

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TOTK Wife Wafted Away, Mei Location

A Wife Wafted Away Zelda Tears of the Kingdom Mei Location

The location of Mei in the Zelda TOTK A Wife Wafted Away quest is up on Wellspring Island. That’s where the entrance into the Water Temple is. Mei’s exact coordinates are 3670, 0565, 1251. That’s between two very tall pillars, next to a small, rectangular pool. When you talk to her, you can ask her what she’s doing, if you feel like finding out more about her interest in that particular pool. Then, you have to tell her that Fronk has been worried about her. She will immediately leave once she realizes that she forgot to tell her darling about her escapades. All you need to do now is go back to Fronk (3288, 0437, 0139) to complete the quest.

So, that’s where you find the location of Mei and how you complete the Zelda TOTK (or Tears of the Kingdom) A Wife Wafted Away side quest. However, there’s still the matter of how to get up there. If you’ve activated the Igonshon shrine, you can easily teleport back. Same goes for the Water Temple, though that is a bit of a longer journey. If not, well, then you’re gonna have to swim like you’ve never swam before. Near the center of East Reservoir Lake, there’s a large and extremely tall waterfall (3641, 0264, 0209). You need to swim all the way up, so I hope you have the stamina and the gear to make the “climb.” Wearing something like Zora Armor or whatever else improves your swimming will definitely be necessary.

Swim up the waterfall
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