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The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom

A Picture for Foothill Stable Walkthrough - Zelda Tears of the Kingdom

Jarrod Garripoli

Plenty of side quests will be available to you in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, some of which will center around the various stables you can find. These are great places to discover, as they allow you to store your horses you tame, but they are also safe havens from all of the dangers of the world. All of the stables will have a blank picture frame on the wall, which will trigger a quest upon interacting with it. This page will focus on the A Picture for Foothill Stable quest.

This side quest will begin at the Foothill Stable in the Eldin Canyon area.

Where to Start A Picture for Foothill Stable in Tears of the Kingdom

Naturally, you will be starting this side quest at the Foothill Stable, which is located in the Eldin Canyon area, and is northwest of Zora’s Domain. Remember that you will need your "Camera" iconCamera for this quest, so if you haven’t gotten it from "Camera Work in the Depths" iconCamera Work in the Depths, then go ahead and start that main quest first, progressing it until you obtain the camera.

If you have the Eldin Canyon Skyview Tower unlocked, then you will find the stable to the east of it. East of the tower is Lake Ferona and east of that will be the stable. Once you have found it, head inside and inspect the empty picture frame on the wall to start the side quest.

How to Complete A Picture for Foothill Stable

Ozunda, the owner of the !Foothill Stable, mentions that the Stable Association figured it’d be a good idea for all of the stable to put paintings up for the patrons to enjoy. Since this stable is so close to Goron City, which is to the northwest, he feels it’s a good idea to put up a painting of the sculpture of the Goron Champion, Daruk. Of course, he can’t leave the stable, since there would be no one there to continue running it, but he mentions just needing a picture for reference.

(1 of 2) Start your journey to Goron City from the Woodland Stable.

Start your journey to Goron City from the Woodland Stable. (left), Follow the paths north from there to eventually reach the city. (right)

So, you’ll be going to !Goron City, which is to the northwest. If you’ve never been there before, the easiest way is to head west from the previously mentioned Skyview Tower, where you’ll find the Woodland Stable. Take the road north from the stable, then head northeast when it splits. This long path will eventually take you straight to the city itself, as long as you keep north at any other forks you find. Upon arriving in !Goron City, you will be looking for a specific statue, or rather, a specific figure carved into the nearby mountain.

There are plenty of figures carved into the mountain, but the exact one you want can be found on the eastern side. The easiest way to go about things here is to find "Marakuguc Shrine" iconMarakuguc Shrine and look towards the west. You should see the mountain figures here and notice that one has “greyish hair” on it. That will be Daruk, so take out your Camera and get him into frame, making sure to have the quest marker in it, since the picture won’t count without it.

(1 of 2) If you have the Marakuguc Shrine, then you can fast travel to that.

If you have the Marakuguc Shrine, then you can fast travel to that. (left), As always, make sure the quest marker shows up in the photo for it to count. (right)

Upon taking the picture, return to !Foothill Stable, inspect the empty frame again and show him your photo. You will receive one Pony Point, as well as a Fireproof Elixir.

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    12 May 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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