Samasa Plain

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Samasa Plain is a location from Breath of the Wild.

Overview

The Samasa Plain is a narrow land area between the Lanayru Bay and the Rutala River found within the Lanayru region of the game. As it is in the land area covered by the Lanayru Tower, it will never stop raining until Link has completed the Vah Ruta dungeon.

At the northwest part of the plain, right along the shore, there are a trio of Blue Lizalfos. They are cooking some Roasted Bass on some Boko Spears, and there is also a treasure chest at the camp that contains some Ice Arrows. There is also a Raft here, allowing Link to sail along the Rutala River. However, the area across the river has very steep cliffs that would be impossible to climb with substantial stamina or Revali's Gale.

At the south end of the Samasa Plain, right along the Lanayru Bay, there is a small camp with a Traveler's Sword and Traveler's Shield. There is some wood here where Link can quickly start a Campfire. Just north of this area in the south-central part of Samasa Plain, there is a treasure chest on top of a hill and it is stuck in the ground. Link can pull it out with Magnesis and open it to get a Silver Rupee.

Rucco Maag Shrine

Main article: Rucco Maag Shrine

The Rucco Maag Shrine is found at the north end of the plain. There are some ruins just south of the shrine, as well as a series of pillars. There are four Blue Lizalfos that patrol the area and proect the shrine. Additionally, there are spikes on the floor and Link will need to carefully navigate the maze to reach the shrine. Alternatively Link can just use Revali's Gale or leap down from the much higher elevations in the adjacent areas.

Nomenclature

Samasa Plain is named after the Samasa Desert, a location from Oracle of Seasons.

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Nearby Korok Seeds

Clear the leaves, pick up the rock beneath.

Hit the leaves with a bladed weapon or burn them, and pick up the rock under them.

Complete the rock circle using the rock at the other end of the beach.

Carry the rock from the other end of the beach all the way around to complete the rock circle.