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Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom - Where To Find All The Geoglyphs (Impa and the Geoglyph's Main Quest)

May 19, 2023

Published 19 minutes ago Finding all 11 Geoglyphs for Impa in Tears of the Kingdom is rough. These Memories are spread all across Hyrule, so here's where to find them all. The Impa and the Geoglyph's Questline in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is an incredibly expansive one. Players must find 12 different Geoglyphs across Hyrule, each with a different memory 'stored' within a pool of water found somewhere on the Geoglyph. And, as was the case in Breath of the Wild, these Memories are where a lot of the story cutscenes of Tears of the Kingdom are found. So, let's go over where exactly players can find each one. Memory 3: Where Am I? 3 Images Close The first memory (it starts at Memory 3 as the first two are story-related Memories) is pretty much given to the player, as Impa herself helps them see the full Geoglyph from above (which appears to be an image of a Zonai, likely Rauru). To get here, players need only head to the New Serenne Stable in the North Hyrule Plain and follow the road North (towards the top of the map). Briefly after passing the fork in the road, one leading North and the other South, players should see Impa standing up on a platform overlooking the Geoglyph, talk to her here to actually 'begin' the quest as Impa takes link over to the pool of water near the top of the Geoglyph. Memory 4: An Unfamiliar World 3 Images Close From the first Geoglyph with Impa, players should head directly northwest to Lindor's Brow Skyview Tower (which should be easily visible thanks to the spotlights). After opening and activating this Tower, reaching the next Geoglyph is a piece of cake. Ride the Tower into the sky and look down at the ground on the northwestern side. Players should see the next Geoglyph (which appears to be a castle or large building of some sort, likely Rauru's castle) just on the other side of the Tanagar Canyon. Paraglide on over there and head towards the droplet shape just above the 'entrance' of the building in the Geoglyph to find the Dragon Tear pool. Memory 5: Mineru's Counsel Close The next Geoglyph, chronologically at least, is a pretty far distance from the first two. To get there, Link simply needs to head toward both Death Mountain and Zora's Domain to the east. Head to Lake Ferona on the map specifically (to the south of Death Mountain) and go activate the Eldin Canyon Skyview Tower just west of the Lake. After activating this tower, use it to head skyward and look directly south. Just northeast of Zelo Pond on the map, players should see the next Geoglyph, which is literally in the shape of Zelda's Purah Pad. Glide over to the Geoglyph and go to the middle droplet-shaped 'eyelash' of the Shiekah Eye on the pad to find the pool where the Memory resides. Memory 6: The Gerudo Assault 3 Images Close Heading back to more of Central Hyrule, the next Geoglyph is incredibly close to both the Sahasra Slope Skyview Tower and the Riverside Stable. To be more precise, it's directly east of Baltrea Lake, which is between the two locations. Fire Link out from the Sahasra Tower and look towards Baltrea Lake and the Geoglyph should be easily seen. This one, at first, is hard to understand visually. But, after watching the Memory, it becomes immediately obvious that this is a Molduga. As for the location of the pool specifically, it's hidden amongst the trees (careful of the ones that don't stay still ) closer to the tail, in another teardrop-like shaped part of the image. Memory 7: A Show Of Fealty 3 Images Close For the seventh Dragon Tear, it's time to head to the Gerudo Highlands in southwest Hyrule. Basically, upon arriving in the Gerudo Highlands, players should head to their southwest until they can see the lights of the Gerudo Canyon Skyview Tower in full view (alternatively they can go to the Gerudo Highlands Skyview Tower just south of the name 'Gerudo Highlands' on the map). Arrive at either Tower, solve the puzzles to activate them, and launch Link upward heading northwest (or slightly south and very east for the Highlands Tower). From above, players should be able to clearly see the visage of the Geoglyph in the shape of a man 'bending the knee'. Head towards the bit of flat cliffside near the top of the man's head to find the pool with the Memory inside. Memory 8: Zelda & Sonia Close There are a few Geoglyphs that are placed pretty close to one another, and these two are an example of this. On the map, move the cursor directly north from the icon for the 7th Memory's location. Keep moving it north until it reaches the Illumeni Plateau (for those that haven't revealed this part of the map yet, it's about halfway up the darkened 'lack of a map' shape). This Geoglyph is also pretty unique in that it's one of the rare few to not have a Skyview Tower placed nearby . Players can either use the Lindor's Brow Skyview Tower to the northeast or the Gerudo Highlands Skyview Tower to the southwest, with either option likely not getting Link all the way to his intended location (without the use of a Glider trick or Zonai Wing contraption of some sort). From above this Geoglyph is also very easily readable as a depiction of a long-haired woman looking up (obviously Sonia). To find the pool in which the Memory is kept, head to the center of the bottom-most 'curl' of her hair. Memory 9: Sonia Is Caught By Treachery 3 Images Close Getting to the last few Geoglyphs now, and the 9th one is at the very edge of one side of Hyrule's map. To find this one, players need to head to East Necluda to the crescent-shaped peninsula just south of the words 'East Necluda' on the map. To be more precise, this is Cape Cresia, and the Geoglyph takes up the entirety of this crescent landmass with its visual of a curved ornate dagger. This is another Geoglyph that's a bit far from a Skyview Tower, with the Rabella Wetlands Skyview Tower to the northwest being a fair distance away. Still, it's worth getting this Tower activated first and using the height to get as close to the Cape in one glide as possible. After reaching the Geoglyph, the pool is near the hilt of the dagger in the northmost section of the hilt pointing toward Palmorae Beach. Memory 10: The Birth Of The Demon King 3 Images Close From tropical beaches to icy wastelands, the next Dragon Tear is on the direct diagonal opposite side of the map from the 9th one in the Hebra Mountains. To be more accurate, it's almost directly north of the Snowfield Stable near the edge of the map or northeast of the Pikida Stonegrove Skyview Tower. Again, very hard to tell what this Geoglyph is depicting, especially while avoiding spoilers, but it appears to be a large monster/demon of some sort. In any case, the pool with this terrifying Memory is in the northernmost middle 'section' of the Geoglyph. Memory 12: The Sages' Vow 3 Images Close Disclaimer: Memories 11, 14, and 16 are all story-related and not part of this Questline, which is why it goes from Memory 10 to 12 and 13 to 15. Again the next Tear in the line is on another extreme 'edge' of the map, this time on the eastern edge. To easily locate it, on the fully zoomed-out map screen, if players just moved their cursor directly south from the 'L' in 'Lanayru Sea', they'll be able to pinpoint the Geoglyph right before the spot where it says 'Talus Plateau'. Players finally have nearby Skyview Towers to use again , with either the Upland Zorana Skyview Tower or the Mount Lanayru Skyview Tower getting them most of the way there (and some Wing gliding doing the rest of the work). Once players reach the entrance to the Talus Plateau, it's hard to miss this Geoglyph depicting...something that doesn't become clear at all until after they've watched the memory regarding the 'Sages' . Regardless, they'll find the pool in the bottom left corner of the Glyph. Memory 13: A King's Duty 3 Images Close For the second to last Geoglyph in this questline (though technically third to last), head towards where the Bridge of Hylia is located on the map. Directly on the western 'edge' of Lake Hylia (parallel to Hylia Island) is the next Geoglyph which depicts a Tombstone with flowers placed in front of it. The pool of this Geoglyph is on the left 'flower' in the middle of its three petals. Memory 15: A Master Sword In Time 3 Images Close After the King's Duty Memory, players can now head towards the 'last' Dragon Tear of all the Geoglyphs, one that (obviously by the title of this entry) depicts the Master Sword. To find it, head due South of where the text of the 'Eldin Mountains' is shown on the map. To make things a bit easier, players can grab the Thyphlo Ruins Skyview Tower in the middle of the smaller landmass surrounded by water just north of the Great Hyrule Forest. Either way, just a bit of a walk south of the road south of the Eldin Mountains text is the next Geoglyph that's imprinted into a cliffside. Like with the 7th Dragon Tear, just look for a plot of flat ground near the tip of the sword's hilt and that's where the last Dragon Tear pool will be. Extra Tear - Memory 17: Tears Of The Dragon 2 Images Close After watching the 11th Memory, players will then witness a cutscene in which another Dragon Tear location is shown to them in the middle of a spiral landmass. This is the Rist Peninsula, and it's far northeast on the map, directly north of the Talus Plateau. Head to the center of the spiral and the 'actual' final Dragon Tear pool should be easy to see, though there isn't a Geoglyph surrounding it. There are, of course, more steps to this Questline after the Memory , but that's everything as far as the Geoglyphs go.

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