Fire Temple (Tears of the Kingdom)

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The Fire Temple, also known as Lost Gorondia Rediscovered, is one of the major dungeons found in Tears of the Kingdom. It is the final portion of the Yunobo of Goron City main quest.

Yunobo of Goron City

After breaking his mask and teaming up with Yunobo, Link climbs Death Mountain to find Zelda. Upon reaching Death Mountain Crater, the duo find her, before she disappears into the crater and Moragia rises from inside. The two use both Zonai technology and Yunobo's Power of Fire to defeat it. After jumping into the crater and reaching the Eldin Canyon Depths, the pair finds the fabled land of Gorondia, also known as the Fire Temple.

Immediately, the two see "Princess Zelda" in front of the Temple, before she, once again, disappears into Marbled Rock. After making their way inside, Link and Yunobo see Zelda behind a locked door, ascending into a hole in the ceiling above and being surrounding by more Marbled Rock. A voice speaks to Yunobo, asking him to explore the Temple and unlock the door.

Fire Temple

The Fire Temple is a large structure that was built by Gorons ages ago. Its many floors and areas are connected by tracks that can be travelled across with the use of mine carts. Spread across the Temple are five gongs, which Yunobo must sound with his Power of Fire Yunobo's Charge Attack to unlock a padlock on the main door. There are five locks in total, corresponding to each gong.

Being located in the heart of Death Mountain, the Temple contains waterfalls of lava and rooms filled with it, often with no way to cross other than using a Hydrant to create platforms. There are various Constructs across the Temple that serve as enemies. After unlocking the five locks, Link and Yunobo enter the final room to find and defeat the Marbled Gohma.

Video Walkthrough

Video Walkthrough of Fire Temple, including chests