Princess Zelda Kidnapped?!

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Princess Zelda Kidnapped?!





Speak to Penn


Find and rescue Princess Zelda



Princess Zelda Kidnapped?! is a Side Adventure in Tears of the Kingdom.


Head to Dueling Peaks Stable, and you'll find Penn camped out on top of the head of the stable, where he'll tell you that Traysi had received word from the Yiga Clan that they have kidnapped Zelda, and have provided a clue as to where she is being held. Use the clue to figure out where she is held, and rescue her.


Link must have spoken to Traysi and taken a freelance job for the Lucky Clover Gazette in the Potential Princess Sightings! Side Adventure.


Penn is located on top of the head of Dueling Peaks Stable, so the easiest way to get to him is to run inside the stable, Ascend to the roof, and then use Ascend again under the chin of the head to reach Penn. Speak with him, and he'll inform you that the Yiga Clan has written to the Lucky Clover Gazette with this message/clue:

We have taken Zelda to the carved-out heart of the towering twins!

Penn is convinced that the "twins" in this case are the Dueling Peaks themselves, and that they need to try to find and rescue her.

  • The "carved out heart of the towering twins" in this case is a small canyon that is on top of the southern Dueling Peak (1314, -1976, 0303).
  • Talk to Zelda, then use Ultrahand to lift the cage up.
  • Zelda will reveal herself to be a Yiga Footsoldier and will call in two more footsoldiers to attack. Defeat them to finish the Side Adventure.

Adventure Log

Step Description
It seems the Yiga have kidnapped Princess Zelda. The ruffians left behind a single clue: "We have taken Zelda to the carved-out heart of the towering twins!"
The word "twins" seems to have caught Penn's attention...
You followed the clue that the Yiga left behind: "We have taken Zelda to the carved-out heart of the towering twins!"
You thought you had found Zelda trapped in a cage, but it was really a Yiga in disguise.
The imprisoned Zelda was an impostor. You escaped the Yiga's trap and reported the truth of the matter to Penn. It seems he'll retell the exciting tale in an upcoming newspaper article.