Dragons are a new enemy that has been added to Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. Here is a guide indicating all the dragon locations in the game.
Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom adds two new maps along with the old map from Breath of the Wild. That doesn’t mean the old map doesn’t get any change! The whole map brings an autumn vibe, along with some changes that complement the new abilities we have gained in this game.
The new Tears of the Kingodm mixes and matches new enemies and bosses along with the older enemies from the previous game. The game has many new enemies, but some of the more challenging enemies also make their way into this one. The dragons are one of them. Here we will tell you how to find all the dragons in Tears of the Kingdom.
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All Dragons in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom
Legends of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom has four different dragons you can fight. All of them are located on the surface map of the game. But they are capable of going to the depth map too. Still, fighting them on the surface is the better option since the Depth is a layer for high-level enemies. Here is a map showing all the dragon locations in the game.
These are the four locations you can find the dragons. The top left one is the light dragon, the top right one is the fire dragon, the bottom left is the lighting dragon, and the bottom right is the frost dragon. But the dragons do not always stay in the same place. Here is a list that indicates the area for each dragon:
- Light Dargon – Circles the exterior of the map and doesn’t go underground. So, hop from tower to tower on the outskirts of the map to find it.
- Dinraal, Fire Dragon – Flies around the Eldin Mountains region. Typically travels between East Akkala Plains Chasm and Drenan Highlands Chasm.
- Farosh, Lightning Dragon – Circles the Gerudo Desert. Typically travels between East Gerudo Chasm and Hills of Baumer Chasm.
- Naydra, Frost Dragon – Circle between Naydra Snowfield Chasm and East Hill Chasm. Travels between East Necluda and Mount Lanayru.
All of them except the Light Dragon completes their travel path in the depth map. So if you cannot find them on the surface, chances are they are in the Depth. So you can either go to the Depth and find them there or wait till they return to the surface.
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