(1 of 2) This Shrine Quest deals with one of the three sacred springs in Hyrule

This Shrine Quest deals with one of the three sacred springs in Hyrule (left), In this case, it involves the Spring of Power (right)

The Serpent’s Jaws

Kass is playing the accordion deep inside Pagos Woods. It is in the Lake region and he is right next to the footpath, so you won’t have to wander around much to find him. He will play you a song about the Spring of Power.

The location in question that you will want to journey to is in Dracozu Lake northeast of where Kass is standing. You can follow the Dracozu River which leads to a lake that is shaped like a snake’s open jaws. The Spring of Power is located directly north of the open jaws.

(1 of 2) Be wary of the Lizalfos shooting Shock Arrows

Be wary of the Lizalfos shooting Shock Arrows (left), A Moblin sits right in the middle of the Spring of Power (right)

There will be a camp of Shock Arrow wielding Lizalfos that will greet you as you enter. Take them all out so you can have yourself some peace. As you go up the well-worn stairs, there is also a Moblin that calls the place its turf. Wipe it out so that you can safely approach the Goddess Statue within.

(1 of 2) Offer up a scale from the dragon Farosh

Offer up a scale from the dragon Farosh (left), Drop it in the water in front of the Goddess Statue (right)

Once you have prayed to the Goddess Statue, the Shrine Quest text in your Adventure Log will update to show the requirement of a Farosh’s Scale. To get a scale from the legendary dragon Farosh, you have to shoot with an arrow the body of Farosh, the green dragon.

Farosh will appear at the Bridge of Hylia around 12 midnight and also around the Floria Bridge near the Lakeside Stable around 10 PM. The easiest way to farm Farosh is to camp out on the Bridge of Hylia. Farosh creates orbs of electricity around itself to ward off the unworthy but like all dragons, is not explicitly aggressive. As Farosh passes by, you will see updrafts and the music will change. Farosh’s body is a pretty big target so shoot with your best bow.

Dragon parts always drop to a place where you can reach it and will emit a glow that is easy to spot from a distance. After you are done Paragliding and shooting, or you have expended all your stamina, land and look for where the scale has dropped.

(1 of 2) The Shrine will open behind the spring

The Shrine will open behind the spring (left), This Shrine Quest is now complete (right)

After you have your scale, drop it in the water directly in front of the Goddess Statue as shown. Then a door will open up behind the Goddess Statue that will reveal the Shae Katha Shrine.

Guide Information

  • Publisher
    Nintendo
  • Platforms
    Switch, Wii U
  • Genre
    Action Adventure
  • Guide Release
    6 April 2018
  • Last Updated
    23 November 2020
    Version History
  • Guide Author
    Cassie Sun

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You wake up in the mysterious Shrine of Resurrection and see a Hyrule you no longer recognize. All you have by your side is the equally mysterious Sheikah Slate and the voice of a stranger to guide you. Take up the mantle of the chosen hero Link and journey throughout the most expansive, open iteration of Hyrule yet in your quest to destroy the monstrous Calamity Ganon and recover your memories of what happened 100 years ago.

This guide will serve as your companion as you traverse the beautiful world of Hyrule. It currently covers the following content:

Version 1.1

-Complete walkthrough from your humble beginnings on the Great Plateau to your final attack on Calamity Ganon
-Solutions to all four Divine Beasts
-Information on how to obtain the legendary Master Sword
-Locations and information on activating every Tower
-Solutions to all optional Shrines in Hyrule
-Walkthrough for all sidequests

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