Firly Plateau

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Firly Plateau is a location found in Breath of the Wild and Tears of the Kingdom.

Breath of the Wild

The plateau is located in central East Necluda, just southeast of the Hateno Tower, south of Lake Jarrah, and southwest of Hateno Village. Despite its name, the Firly Plateau is not very flat at all, with a good portion of it on a steady incline that leads southwards to the Stinger Cliffs. There are some wild Horses in the area, along with some enemy Moblin and ChuChu.

At the south part of the plateau there are some ruins that surround a Cooking Pot. Around the area there is an Emblazoned Shield, a Soldier's Spear, a Wooden Shield, and a Wooden Bow.

At the west end of the Plateau, the path travels through a small tunnel where there are some Luminous Stones. On top of the tunnel there are a trio of Apple trees. Pick some apples so the three trees match up to get a Korok to appear. A second Korok can be found at the far east of the Plateau, on the incline that leads up to the Ebon Mountain. Use Magnesis to pickup the metal cube and place it in the correct spot.




Nearby Korok Seeds

Pick up the metal cube and place it back into its correct spot.

Pick up the metal cube and place it back in its correct spot so that both pyramids match.

Tears of the Kingdom

The Firly Plateau can be found just southwest of Hateno Village.

At the south part of the plateau, there is a small enemy camp with a Blue Bokoblin and Black Moblin. A treasure chest is partially buried here that contains an Ancient Blade.

At the east end of the plateau there is an enemy camp with an Aerocuda, Lizalfos, and several Blue Bokoblin. Once defeated, the chest here contains a Blue Boko Reaper, but can scale up to a Silver Boko Reaper, depending on World Level.

Korok Seeds

  • At the southeast end of the area, there is a small pond with a circle of lilypads. Dive into the circle from the rock just to the west to get the Korok Seed.



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