Zelda: Tears Of The Kingdom: All Korok Seed Locations


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Jun 22, 2023

Zelda: Tears Of The Kingdom: All Korok Seed Locations

Maps and coordinates for all Koroks Welcome to our Legend of Zelda: Tears of the

Maps and coordinates for all Koroks

Welcome to our Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom Korok Seed Location guide.

In your travels through and above the land of Hyrule, you'll no doubt have come across Koroks hidden throughout the landscape. Much as they were in Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Koroks are hidden in nooks and crannies all over the map in the Sky and on the Surface.

Here, you'll (eventually) find a list of every Korok seed in the game, complete with maps, approximate map coordinates, and screengrabs of the environment where you'll find these creatures.

Please bear in mind that this Korok Seed guide is very much a work in progress. We will be adding more entries over the coming days — possibly weeks! — so please bear with us as we explore Hyrule and find each and every Korok.

We've divided this Korok Seed Location guide based on Hyrule regions, with each region featuring separate lists for the Surface and its equivalent zone in the Sky.

In order to collect each Korok Seed, you'll need to solve a small puzzle. These can be as simple as lifting up a small rock to tasks like carrying a Korok to a specific destination. Many of these puzzle types return from Breath of the Wild, while some are all-new in Tears of the Kingdom.

Below is a list of every type of puzzle we've encountered so far while hunting Koroks. We'll add more if we find them.

The little leafy tree stumps are back in various different ways, but a new variant is here to go with Link's new ability. Sometimes you'll see a stump on the ceiling, and you'll need to Ascend through it to get your prized Korok Seed.

Sometimes you don't need to activate a balloon puzzle by standing near a pinwheel — you can also find balloons just floating around Hyrule. Pop it on sight to get a Korok Seed.

Using Ultrahand, find a nearby block and position it correctly to reveal the Korok. Typically, you'll want to study and mirror the appearance of a nearby block statue exactly.

Exactly what it sounds like. Sometimes you'll see some unusually short trees with three branches. Nearby, you should find a boulder. Ultrahand the boulder into the tree to reveal your Korok. Bolder holder? Houlder.

Use a gust of wind to blow a dandelion seed off an edge, then dive/chase after it.

Simple enough. If there's a single rock suspiciously positioned somewhere, there's a good chance lifting it will reveal a Korok. Subsequently dropping the rock on the little guy's head is optional.

Dive off a ledge into the circular water lily target in the water.

See a flower that stands out in the landscape? Touching it will invariably cause it to disappear and another to crop up nearby. Keep following the flower trail and you'll eventually get a Korok Seed for your troubles.

If you find a circle, spiral, or other formation of rocks — or a petroglyph if you want to get all fancy — with one or two gaps, look around the area for the missing rock(s). Complete the shape for a Korok Seed.

Sometimes you'll come across a sparking light racing across the ground. Catch it and you'll find a Korok.

Likewise, if you see a small, floating mass of sparkling leaves, get yourself into a position where you can interact with it and boom. You've caught yourself a Korok.

If you come across some statues with bowls in front of them, have a look to see what fruit or food has been placed in them. Fill the empty bowls with the same item, and then a Korok will appear.

Technically this falls under 'Lift a rock', but you'll need to burn a big pile of leaves to reveal it.

Approaching a pinwheel will cause a target, or a series of targets, to appear (you'll be able to tell by the 'popping' noise when the targets appear). Hit them all and it's Korok Seed time.

Use Ultrahand to fuse a chain to something, then pull.

One of the new puzzles in Tears of the Kingdom, you'll occasionally come across small houses that are missing part of the roof. Use Ultrahand to fix the house and a Korok will suddenly appear.

A new puzzle type for Tears of the Kingdom, you'll find a Korok who wants transportation to a friend. It's up to you exactly how you deliver your Korok cargo to its destination, but you'll receive two Korok Seeds for a successful delivery.

Sometimes, you'll see a bell, whether it's in the middle of a town or inside a ruined structure. Ring it with Ultrahand to shake out the Korok.

If you happen across a very short tree stump on your travels, stand on it to start a timed race. A floating circle will appear in the distance — reach the goal in time and you'll get a Korok Seed.

Here are several common questions about how Korok Seeds work in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom:

Take them to Hestu!

Just as in Breath of the Wild, after you find Hestu, giving the seeds to him enables you to upgrade your inventory and increase the number of available slots to carry weapons, shields, and bows.

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Shake your Koroks

Honest answer? We're not sure right now — we're still trying to find them all. Watch this space!

There were 900 Korok seeds to collect in Breath of the Wild, so you might expect there to be the same number in Tears of the Kingdom. At present, we're unable to confirm this, but we'll update this guide with the total number of Koroks to find as soon as we're able.

As far as we've been able to tell, Koroks are only found in the Sky and Surface areas of Hyrule — there are no Koroks to find in the Depths.

It's not impossible we've simply overlooked some, though. We'll be sure to update this guide ASAP if it turns out we're mistaken.

Yes, it is! In Tears of the Kingdom you'll find it in the Depths.

For those unfamiliar with this item, it came to Breath of the Wild via the Master Trials DLC. Found in a treasure chest in the Lost Woods originally, the mask rattles and shakes when you're near a hidden Korok, making it an invaluable tool in tracking down every last Korok in the game and getting 100% completion.

Ha, we'll let you know when we've found them all.

If it's anything like Breath of the Wild, the reward will likely be a humourous, symbolic item to commemorate your effort with this arguably thankless task.

Check out the article below if you're unfamiliar with Hestu's 'gift' from the previous game.

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Needless to say, this is a spoiler...

That's all for now, but be sure to check back in the coming days and weeks as we update these Korok guides with every last seed in the game. Check out our Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom walkthrough for any other information you may need on your journey through Hyrule.

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