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How to Find the Camobatures Lightroot in Tears of the Kingdom

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Scott Peers

The "Camobatures Lightroot" iconCamobatures Lightroot in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom can be difficult to reach without first locating the "Serutabomac Shrine" iconSerutabomac Shrine, which is located in the northeast of the "Hyrule Castle" iconHyrule Castle surface. We’ll show you how to get to each of these so that you can find the lightroot in the depths as quickly as possible.

How to Reach the Serutabomac Shrine Zelda TotK

The first thing you’ll need to do before you can consider reaching the "Serutabomac Shrine" iconSerutabomac Shrine is to complete the "Wind Temple" iconWind Temple. If you don’t know where to find this yet, be sure to check our guide on How to Reach The Wind Temple first. You can then see our detailed walkthrough for the temple, including Where to Find the Five Locks and How to Defeat The Wind Temple Boss Colgera. Once you’ve done all of this, you’ll have access to a new ability called the Power of Wind, which essentially allows you to burst forward in speed whenever you’re using the "Paraglider" iconParaglider, with the help of "Tulin" iconTulin.

How to Get on Hyrule Castle from Lookout Landing Skyview Tower

Once you have access to "Tulin" iconTulin’s Power of Wind ability, you can travel to the Looking Landing Skyview Tower (Map Marker) and use it to launch yourself into the air. As soon as you regain control of Link, look northwards and begin paragliding that way towards "Hyrule Castle" iconHyrule Castle. You should begin using "Tulin" iconTulin’s Power of Wind ability as soon as possible so that you can reach the castle before you run out of stamina while paragliding, but keep in mind that there’s a short cooldown for this ability whenever you use it.

After you’ve reached the surface of "Hyrule Castle" iconHyrule Castle, all you need to do is head to the location of the "Serutabomac Shrine" iconSerutabomac Shrine in its northeast region. You’ll need to avoid some gloom along the way, but the path is relatively straightforward so long as you know where to go. You can check our map for the precise location of the shrine here.

(1 of 3) The location of the "Serutabomac Shrine" iconSerutabomac Shrine in the northeast of "Hyrule Castle" iconHyrule Castle.

If you haven’t completed the "Wind Temple" iconWind Temple yet or you want to reach "Hyrule Castle" iconHyrule Castle using an alternative method, you can also use the "Autobuild" iconAutobuild ability to construct a Dirigible which can be used to reach it. Another method is the use of a Hot Air "Balloon" iconBalloon, most of the components for which can be found in the grounds of "Lookout Landing" iconLookout Landing. You can use this to fly over the castle and then jump down to paraglide into it.

How to Get to the Camobatures Lightroot in the Depths

Hyrule Castle Lightroot TotK

Now that you’ve reached the "Serutabomac Shrine" iconSerutabomac Shrine on "Hyrule Castle" iconHyrule Castle, the rest of the way to reach the "Camobatures Lightroot" iconCamobatures Lightroot is pretty simple. All you need to do is jump down into the "Hyrule Castle Chasm" iconHyrule Castle Chasm directly beneath you, so head to the cliff edge to the northwest and take a leap of faith, but be ready to use your "Paraglider" iconParaglider to guide your way down into the chasm. The "Camobatures Lightroot" iconCamobatures Lightroot is almost directly below you here, so it’s difficult to miss, but if you want to see this process played out you can check the video below!

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Guide Information

  • Publisher
    Nintendo
  • Platforms,
    Switch
  • Genre
    Action Adventure
  • Guide Release
    12 May 2023
  • Last Updated
    5 June 2023
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Embark on a quest to find the missing princess, uncover the truth behind a cataclysm, and explore Hyrule’s landscapes and floating islands. This guide for The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, the sequel to Breath of the Wild, includes:

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