Lindor's Brow

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The Lindor's Brow is a location in Breath of the Wild and Tears of the Kingdom.

Breath of the Wild

Lindor's Brow is a peak of the hill and is located along the Upland Lindor, just northwest of the Ridgeland Tower. The hill has a handful of trees spaced out along with a variety of animal life, including some Mountain Doe and Mountain Buck that occasionally appear.




Nearby Korok Seeds

Race from the top of the mountain to the northwest.

Glide straight to the finish in the southeast.

Examine the fairy lights at the top of the bare tree.

Climb the bare tree and examine the fairy lights.

Tears of the Kingdom

Lindor's Brow is a higher elevation, found a bit west of Hyrule Castle. It is the location of the Lindor's Brow Skyview Tower.

Lindor's Brow Skyview Tower

Main article: Lindor's Brow Skyview Tower

The Skyview Tower can be seen from quite a distance away. When Link approaches, he'll find the tower is surrounded by water. Link can use the nearby Hyrule Restoration Materials to create a bridge to reach the tower. Alternative, if Link has upgraded his Stamina Wheel, he can simply swim across the water and climb the wall to reach the tower.

Lindor's Brow Cave

Main article: Lindor's Brow Cave

The cave an be found a bit down the hill, southeast of the Skyview Tower. The cave has a dangerous Gloom Spawn at the bottom of the cave. Just beyond the spawn, Link will find the Taki-ihaban Shrine, which is one of Rauru's Blessings. It contains a single chest which has a Large Zonai Charge.

Korok Seeds

  • Just northwest of the tower, there are a series of trees. The tall tree in the middle is dead and if Link climbs to the top, he can examine the sparkling lights to get the Korok Seed.
  • Right at the entrance of Lindor's Brow Cave, before dropping down, if Link looks up at the ceiling, he can see a tree stump. Use Ascend to travel through the stump to get a Korok Seed.



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