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Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom: Trajectory of all the dragons, what they are for and where to reach them from: map and guide

New and interesting guide for The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. This time we will focus on the game flying dragons!

Guide to Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom

You already know that these give us valuable rewards, so it is worth looking for them. In this game we have Nayen, Faren, Elden and the Dragon of Light. While the first three are not new to the series, the Dragon of Light is new and allows us to achieve something very special.

Below you have the details and the maps to find them:

  • To find Naydra (They don’t in Spanish), the ice dragon, players must follow its path near Mount Lanayru. Naydra passes near the laboratory on top of the hill in Hatelia Village from Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. The entire tour of Naydra takes approximately 30 minutes, with two-thirds on the surface and one-third in the depths. One strategy is to wait in the lab and use a flying vehicle to reach Naydra in the heights from there. If Naydra is difficult to track, the nearby Watchtower can be used as a reference point. Naydra provides materials with ice properties, making it essential for cold resistant armor and making cold resistance recipes. Here you can see the route (green on the surface and red in the subsoil):

  • Farosh (The father in Spanish), the lightning dragon, flies near the Temple of Lightning in the Gerudo Region. His tour takes him about 35 minutes, spending almost half of it underground in the depths. To find Farosh, it is recommended to be in the northern half of his route while on the surface and near Watchtowers, such as Gerudo’s Watchtower. Unlike Naydra and Dinral, Link does not need any special resistance to land on Farosh. Although players can take damage from the occasional electrical orbs, they can safely interact with the dragon. This is its route in the map-guide of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom (green on the surface and red in the underground):

  • Dinraal (Elden in Spanish), the fire dragon, is located on the outskirts of the Mountain of Death. Dinraal follows a more linear path, flying from point A to point B above ground and then back underground. The total journey of him takes around 45 minutes, with half on the surface and half in the depths. The Watchtower in the Eldin region can be used to find Dinraal when it is west of Death Mountain. Here you can see his trajectory in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom (green on the surface and red in the underground):

Zelda tears guide

  • Finally, the new Light Dragon it is in a single, wider flight path. Unlike the other dragons, it never ventures into the depths. It is related to a mission from the Kolog Forest and helping the Deku Tree. However, we can get a very tasty reward from his head if we have enough energy / resistance for Link, as we informed you above. Here you have his way, all on the surface but very high and that is why from this guide we recommend you to reach him from a celestial island in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom:

Zelda tears guide

What is your opinion? Do not hesitate to leave it in the comments. Remember that Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is now available: you have our analysis of the game here and our complete guide here.

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