Learn about all the Geoglyph and their locations in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom.
Roaming around Hyrule for days, and you must have come across one or two Geoglyphs in the middle of the field. These mysterious, glowing symbols are scattered across the land of Hyrule in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. Walk around a bit in a mysterious mood, and you will suddenly find a small puddle of light holding tears. What tear, you might ask. Well, this is the tear of a Dragon. And these contain memories of Link’s past.
Needless to say, interacting with these will give you some vital information about Link’s memory that can be the missing puzzle that you have been searching for. Quite obvious, these Geoglyphs are important locations to discover. Moreover, these memories can also hold memory pieces of Zelda, Rauru, Sonia, and Ganondorf.
Anyway, in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, you can find a total of 12 Geoglyphs. And that is all we are going to discuss today. Hop in!
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All Geoglyph Locations in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom
|King Rauru||Royal Ancient Lab, northwest of Lookout Landing||-1411, 0496, 0124|
|Old Temple||Tabantha Hills, southeast of Hebra Mountains and East of Rito Village||-2553, 1887, 0319|
|Purah Pad||West Eldin Canyon, northeast of Hyrule Field||1828, 0734, 0090|
|Curling Dragon||Batrea Lake, southeast of Hyrule Field||0694, -1312, 0053|
|Kneeling Ganondorf||Southeast of Gerudo Highlands||-3178, -1702, -0419|
|Queen Sonia||Illumeni Plateau, northeast of Guerdo Highlands||-3096, -0077, 0211|
|Curved Scimitar||Southeast of East Necluda||3352, -3569, – 0005|
|Demon King||North of Tabantha Tundra, northeast of Hebra Mountains||-1863, 3619, 0237|
|Sacred Stone||East of Lanayru Great Spring||4468, -0306, 0075|
|Shrine||North of Faron Grassland||-0649, -2683, 0068|
|Master Sword||Northeast of the Great Hyrule Forest||0892, 29448, 0363|
|Final Memory||Rist Peninsula, East of East Akkala Plains||4534, 2144, 0000|
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