Mayak Shrine

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Mayak Shrine
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Mayak Shrine, also known as Timely Catches, is a Shrine of Light from Tears of the Kingdom.

The Shrine is located in the Eldin Mountains.

Timely Catches

  • In the first chamber, the obelisk switch causes a large pressure switch to move directly under a large ball chute, but only stays for about 2-3 seconds.
  • Use the floor piston to launch up to the second floor, where you can use Ultrahand to pick up the large ball and place it in the cute.
  • Now you need to hit the obelisk switch just before the ball falls off of the chute (roughly a second before). Using arrows is more efficient, but it can be hard to see the chute while aiming, so you may need to time it.
  • In the second room, the goal is the same as before, only the ball is very, very far up at the top of the room. There is a floor piston to the right that will launch you roughly halfway up, where a platform with another floor piston will launch you up the rest of the way.
  • In the left closest corner is a pillar suspended about a third of the way up with a chest that is hanging from a rope. Use either a long range bow (i.e. Phrenic Bow) to cut the rope with an arrow, or use the floor piston to launch yourself up and then paraglide down / arrow-time fire to cut the rope. Chest contains a Large Zonai Charge.
  • Once at the top of the room, use Ultrahand or just push the ball onto the chute, then immediately run off of the ledge and dive back down to the ground floor. You need to get back down fast enough to hit the obelisk switch so that the large pressure switch comes out in time to catch the ball. As long as you beat the ball falling, an arrow-time shot once you are in range should get the pressure switch out in time for the ball to hit it. The timing is pretty tight, so it may take more than one try to get your plan worked out.

Video Walkthrough

Video Walkthrough of Mayak Shrine