Once that's done, look south. Tera's flower is blossoming somehow out in the Gerudo Desert, far to the South West. It in the southwest corner of the Gerudo Desert, underneath the giant skeleton. Talk to her to upgrade your armor. It's only a small forest, but it hides Mija's Fairy Fountain. Walk onto the orange mushrooms in front of the plant and check on it.
How to Find Great Fairy Cotera Follow the steps on the page to reach the. Give the requested number of rupees, and Great Fairy Cotera will appear. The number of fairies that spawn at Great Fairy Fountains generally decrease as the number of fairies in Link's inventory increases. Once you've made this down payment the services of each fairy are free of charge - but each outfit has its own specific set of items and material that you must turn over to upgrade it. East of Akkala Tower, you will find Lake Akkala. How to Find Great Fairy Mija You might want to activate before you try to find this Great Fairy.
The fountain is actually really close to Piper Ridge. They can be occasionally found by cutting grass, or may randomly spawn alone in particular places such as one of the bridged islands on the path leading to or the forest west of. Where to find Kaysa's Great Fairy Fountain Kaysa is the next Great Fairy we found, and her Great Fairy Fountain is found nestled into some mountains in the region of Western Hyrule marked as the Tabantha Frontier. How to Find Great Fairy Tera Follow the steps on to go to Gerudo Desert. If you find Mount Rhoam to the West of Hyrule Field, look across the huge gorge that Tabantha Great Bridge crosses - over there you'll find Nero Hill and Piper Ridge. It's easily mistaken for a firefly at first, but it glows in the daylight as well as night.
Go to the plant, then walk onto the orange mushrooms in front of it and check on it. Drop a pin there, for that's not just the location of Tera's fountain but also the Hawa Koth Shrine presumably to make teleporting back to the fairy easier. Where to find Mija's Great Fairy Fountain Mija is the Great Fairy for the Akkala Region of Hyrule, the chunk of the map found in the far north-east top right of the map, pressed into the corner by the mass that is Death Mountain. Great Fairy Cotera I heard you were looking to upgrade your outfit in Breath of the Wild. A voice inside the plant asks for rupees. You should very easily be able to spot the tell-tale bulbous cactus-meets-flower shape of Kaysa's Great Fairy Fountain happily sitting weged into some mountains in a tiny little space. Give the requested number of rupees, and Great Fairy Kaysa will appear.
The closest major landmark is the Dah Hesho Shrine, the second closest the Akkala Tower. There's a small forest here and within this forest you'll find Cotera's Great Fairy Fountain. The first time you encounter it you might not know what it is - it'll look like a gigantic flower with a bright 'staircase' of flowers leading up to it. Some armor sets also give set bonuses after you have upgraded all three parts of the set at least once. Chances are you've probably already completed or unlocked this shrine to ensure you have a fast travel point to.
Go into the small forest east of Lake Akkala to find a big green plant. The Great Fairies can upgrade your armor to increase their defensive power. They usually appear near in groups of four or on top of the. A voice inside the plant asks for rupees. Their locations are listed below. Each subsequent fairy you awaken raises the overall level that any one of them can upgrade your armor to - so if you want to boost your favorite armor to the maximum you need to join forces with all four.
How to Find Great Fairy Kaysa Go east from and cross the Tabantha Great Bridge. Chef mentions the potential use of Fairies in cooking in a section of his. If you don't have Dah Hesho, warp to the Akkala Citadel Ruins and look East - you'll no doubt see the shrine on the other side of Lake Akkala and just beyond it the forest in question. Fast travel or otherwise head to that shrine and look up the hill, as indicated on the map. You will find the Gerudo Great Skeleton near the southwest corner of the desert.
However, the second one is 500 rupees, the third will be 1,000 and the fourth will put a big dent in your wallet by costing 10,000 rupees. Then go east from the shrine into the forest, and look north to see a big green plant. However unlike other ingredients, the Fairies themselves are not cooked as they fly off after the dish or elixir preparation is ready. It won't actually cost you any money, though. Once in Gerudo Desert, go to the southwest corner. To open the next, it costs 500 rupees.
Go to the plant, then walk onto the orange mushrooms in front of it and check on it. They are and curative items. At the top of Kakariko is the Ta'loh Naeg Shrine. Nero Hill is where you find the Tabantha Tower. Go up those stairs and interact, and Cotera will request her money. When you've got the cash, pay up and she'll join forces with you. Give the requested number of rupees, and Great Fairy Tera will appear.