Sharo Lun Shrine
The eastern edge of Death Caldera near Death Mountain
The Sharo Lun Shrine, also known as Blind Spots, is one of the many Shrine of Trials from Breath of the Wild.
This shrine is located near the summit of Death Mountain, and is accessed during the Divine Beast Tamer's Trial, as a part of The Champions' Ballad DLC pack.
- DLC pack 2: The Champions' Ballad downloaded.
- All four Divine Beasts completed.
- Complete the four additional Shrines on the Great Plateau
Discovering the Shrine
Climb up to the top of Death Mountain and you'll find a blue circle has appeared on one of the pillars, just to the south. Go through the blue circle and another one will appear just to the east. Climb up and go through that that blue circle as well. There are now a series of circles that appear as you head down the mountain. Successfully go through all of them in the allocated time to get the Sharo Lun Shrine to appear.
Run ahead and grab onto the hanging crate. It will carry you across the room and you need to avoid the flames. For the first two sets of flames, you just need to be on the side of the crate so that the crate blocks the flames. For the third grouping, just climb on top of it.
The next area has some spikes that you must avoid, along with some Guardian Scouts that appear. You can shoot them with arrows, or just strategically move around the block, as well as using your shield to block their attacks.
The last moving blocks will require the use of Cryonis. Grab onto the hanging crate and then climb on top of it. As you draw closer to the water, use Cryonis on the waterfall, and then glide over. There is a treasure chest that is constantly falling and you break its fall by creating an ice block. Open it up to get a Great Flameblade.
Climb up to the top and then paraglide over the fire to get back on the hanging crate. Again use Cryonis on the water up ahead and then jump over to the block. Use Cryonis to create a number of ice blocks so that they act as a staircase. Climb up to the top and then run over and speak with the monk.