Tabantha Village Ruins

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Tabantha Village Ruins is a location found in Breath of the Wild and Tears of the Kingdom.

Breath of the Wild

The Tabantha Village Ruins are located right along the path, just southwest of the Hebra Tower. As the ruins are in the Hebra region, the temperature is bitterly cold, requiring Link to wear armor with Cold Resistance, such as the Snowquill Set.

The area is completely overrun by monsters, including some dangerous Black Moblin, Black Bokoblin, Black Lizalfos, and a Blizzrobe.

There are a few treasure chests found in the immediate and surrounding area. At the north end of the ruins, there are treasure chests on each side of the road. On the east side there is a chest buried in the snow that contains a Falcon Bow. On the west side, the treasure chest contains ten Arrows. Another treasure chest is buried in the snow, a bit northwest of the ruins and west of the Hebra Tower. This chest contains a Silver Rupee.



Nearby Korok Seeds

Put the magnetic rock in the well.

Put the magnetic rock in the well.

On the side of the cliff, blow up the cracked boulders then lift the small rock hidden behind them.

Blow up the boulders, pick up the rock.

Under a rock.

Pick up the rock.

Tears of the Kingdom

The Tabantha Village Ruins can be found along the main path, right in the middle between the Lucky Clover Gazette and the Snowfield Stable.

On the east side of the ruins, in the ruins of a building there is a treasure chest which contains a Soldier's Broadsword. In the ruins to the northwest, there is another chest with this one containing a Kite Shield.

Tabantha Village Ruins Well

Main article: Tabantha Village Ruins Well

The Tabantha Village Ruins Well can be found on the west side of the path. It leads down to an area where Link can break ice to get even further down below. There is a Rare Ore Deposit in one hole and nother hole has a treasure chest with a Purple Rupee.

Korok Seeds

  • There is an overturned tree trunk at the ruins to the northeast. Shoot the jar that is inside the trunk to get a Korok Seed.
  • A bit north of the ruins, along the path, there are some Hyrule Restoration Materials on the left, and two statues on the right. Use a Board to create a roof over the statues to get the Korok Seed.



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