‘The Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild’ Guide: 4 Great Fairy Fountain Locations
In “The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild”, there are four different great fairy location that players need to find. Each great fairy fountain allows the player to improve their gear for added bonuses and defense so locating them is very important. Finding the location of all four great fairy fountain can be time-consuming so this article reveals where to find all of it.
Where are the 4 Great Fairy Fountain Located
Finding the first great fairy fountain shouldn’t be too hard according to Primagames. It is located close to Kakariko village and the shrine of Ta’Loh Naeg. Players just need to go up the hill until they see the shrine and from there they can see their first fountain on the left. The next fountain should be found is the Mija’s fountain. It’s the closest fountain from the first which players will encounter as they progress through the game. Players will know they are near when they help Zora kill the beats in the mountain of Ploymus. Once they get to the mountain, always look to the north as they should see the shrine of Dah Hesho where the second fountain is located.
The next fountain a player can find next is Kaysa’s fountain. It can be easily found when players go where Link started his journey. From there, players should head to Hyrule Field, which is north from they are, then go south to the Great Bridge. At this point, players should find Tabantha Tower with the Kaysa fountain situated at the top.
Next is the Tera fountain which is located in the region of Gerudo Desert. Players can get to this place by traveling southwest in the map and looking for the Great Skeleton when they zoom in. It's placed inside the shrine of Hawa Koth.
Unlocking Each Great Fairy Fountain
In “The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild”, players must unlock the fountain before they can use it to upgrade their weapons. IGN reports the first fountain will cost 100 rupees, second for 500 rupees, third for 1,000 rupees and the last one for 10,000 rupees. The fountains don't need to be unlocked in any order so players can choose which to unlock first.