Gisa Crater

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Gisa Crater is a location in Breath of the Wild and Tears of the Kingdom.

Breath of the Wild

The Gisa Crater is located just west of Nero Hill and the Tabantha Tower. As its name suggests, it is a large crater found in the ground, along with several smaller craters in the surrounding area.

Right in the center of the crater, Link will encounter a Stone Talus.

To the northwest of the crater, there are circles of rocks and if Link puts the missing rock right in the center, he will get a Korok Seed. A second Korok can be found just south of the crater in an area with a few trees. Use Magnesis to place the iron ball in the tree stump.


Nearby Korok Seeds

Put a rock in the middle of the stone rings.

Complete the bullseye pattern by putting a rock in the center.

Use Magnesis to put the iron ball in the treestump.

Put the iron ball in the stump.

Tears of the Kingdom

Gisa Crater can be found at the western edge of Hyrule. Two of the craters in the ground lead down tot he Gisa Crater Cave.

The Gisa Crater Crystal

Main article: The Gisa Crater Crystal

At the north end of the crater, the Ikatak Shrine can be found. In order to access it, Link must first complete The Gisa Crater Crystal shrine quest. In order to do so, Link will need to travel down into the Gisa Crater Cave and find the green stone. Here, Link can attach two Rockets to it and launch it out of the cave. After Ascending out of the cave, Link can carry the green rock over to the Ikatak Shrine to complete the quest.


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