Scrubber wrote:I have done 117 shrines. Cant see any more on my map. Will it notify or award me when I've done them all?
Yoshi wrote:You only need to defeat three (specific) beasts to play all shrines. Theis not required.Goron one
Yoshi wrote:No, they are not. Be warned though that you are sparing the easiest and most boring dungeon in the game for the last this way.
dotEXE wrote:You could probably just make campfires and wait nights until it happens. Or use Inns and then teleport to the closest landmark.
I can't believe you're getting all shrines before finishing the game though. The last area is going to be an absolute snore. I had patience for about 80 of the shrines and the last castle was still mind numbingly easy. I really enjoyed the game, but the shrines are all very similar, the divine beast dungeons are simple and boring, and the experience is overall a slog.
Like I said, I greatly enjoyed my time with the game and would probably give it a high 8 if not a 9, but I was glad when my time was over. I certainly won't be bothering to find all 900 seeds. It's unlikely I'll go find the last shrines either.
I wasn't able to get it to work. By now, I was tired of trying to get this Shrine (it was my last one). So I came up with a method that doesn't involve wasting real life time.
Dock your Switch
What ever controller you are using, make sure its charging somehow. I was using an extra pair of joy-cons, and the joy-con charging grip.
Go into the Switch menu and find the sleep timer options. For "When connected to TV" set it to never.
Go to the Shrine pedestal. Stand on it. Strip off all your armor and equipment.
Turn off your TV and go do something else.
By the time I came back a couple hours later, the Shrine had popped up. A blood moon triggered somewhere in that time frame. This may obviously take shorter or longer for some. This works because there are no nearby enemies and even during a lightning storm you won't get hit because you're under cover.
Rueckkoppler wrote:Yoshi wrote:No, they are not. Be warned though that you are sparing the easiest and most boring dungeon in the game for the last this way.
Yeah well, too late. But i heard about this before, so I'm keeping my expectations low. Getting all shrines is my first priority anyway, even if the search is tough.
About that:Theres this shrine that gets activate when the Bloodmoon rises... or something. Let me guess: This is hard to time, isn't it?
Scrubber wrote:I left the game idle while making and eating tea. It took about half an hour.
Scrubber wrote:I wish after you beat Ganon the side quests would appear on the map. How am I supposed to find them all?
Rueckkoppler wrote:Scrubber wrote:I wish after you beat Ganon the side quests would appear on the map. How am I supposed to find them all?
Is there even a reward for doing this? I'm fine with stumbling around and finding some quests randomly. In fact, I'll have to start doing the ones in my quest log first, there's already so much to do.
Scrubber wrote:Just beat my 120th shrine and nothing happened?
Rueckkoppler wrote:Scrubber wrote:Just beat my 120th shrine and nothing happened?
Didn't you get a special quest at the end? Maybe you skipped the final dialogue too fast, but you're given a quest called "The priests gift" or something.
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