Nima Plain

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The Nima Plain is a location found in Breath of the Wild and Tears of the Kingdom.

Breath of the Wild

The Nima is a wide open and fairly empty field, located just east of Satori Mountain. To the north of the plain, the Jeddo Bridge can be found, passing over the Tamio River and connecting with the West Hyrule Plains. To the east, there is a steep decline leading down to the Regencia River.

There are a variety of creatures roaming across the plain, including numerous wild Horses, some Mountain Goats, and a bunch of Water Buffalo towards the north.



Nearby Korok Seeds

Get the large boulder out of the way and then lift up the small rock hidden underneath it.

Move the big rock, pick up the little rock.

Shoot five balloons near the pinwheel.

Stand near the pinwheel, shoot the balloons.

Destroy the acorn in the hole in the side of the tree.

Shoot the acorn.

Break the nut in the hole of the fallen tree.

Shoot the acorn in the hollow log.

Tears of the Kingdom

The Nima Plain is a large open area along the path from the Sanidin Park Ruins to the south and the Jeddo Bridge to the north.

There is a Blue Boss Bokoblin patrolling the northwest side of the area, along with three Blue Bokoblin. Just south of there, there is an enemy camp with a Bokoblin, Moblin, and some Blue Moblin. There is also an Aerocuda flying up above, carrying a Bomb Barrel. At the camp, the enemies are cooking some Seared Steak. Once defeated, Link can open the chest to get a Knight's Bow.

Along the road, just north of Sanidin Park Ruins, Addison can be found holding up a Hudson Sign. Link can use the nearby Boards to hold up the sign. As a reward, Addison will give Link a Red Rupee, some Energizing Mushroom Rice Balls, and a Puffshroom.

Korok Seeds

  • At the far east end of the area, a bit down the hill, closer to the Regencia River, there is a large tree. Examine the fairy lights that are moving around the tree to get the Korok Seed.
  • There is a large tree at the west end of the plain. Climb up and lift the rock to get the Korok Seed.
  • At the far northwest end of the plain, there is a Korok that is looking to get reunited with his friend, who is slightly up the hill. Link can use some devices to get the Korok up, or he can walk up the path, located just to the south.



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