The Mystery Polluter

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The Mystery Polluter



Divine Beast Vah Naboris Main Quest
Begin The Thunder Helm Side Quest



Help Dalia discover the source of water pollution in Gerudo Town



Speak to Dalia in the Northern corner of Gerudo Town to begin the quest.


Right next to Dalia is a waterfall. Climb up beside it (you cannot climb while actually in the waterfall) and you will see melon rinds floating down the water source.

Trace these all the way back to their origin (pretty much straight west) and talk to the Gerudo eating melons there. This Gerudo is named Calyban, and she rudely informs you that she will not stop eating Hydromelons.

Next collect 10 Wildberries. They tend to grow in the Gerudo Highlands or near the Rito Stable

Turn them in to Calyban, then return to Dalia to complete the quest for a Hydromelon. Dalia will then tell you to come back and visit her. If you do, there will be several harvestable Wildberry bushes.

Quest Description

Active Quest

Dalia has been working hard to start an orchard, but garbage keeps appearing in her water source, so her efforts are all for naught. What sort of vile polluter would toss his or her garbage away with such indifference?

Updated Quest

The water source got polluted with garbage, so the water has become unusable. The cause turned out to be a woman throwing melon rinds away in the waterway upstream. She says if you bring her 10 wildberries from the snow-topped peaks of the Gerudo Highlands, she'll stop eating so many melons...

Updated Quest 2

The water source was polluted with garbage, so the water became unusable. The cause turned out to be a woman throwing melon rinds away in the waterway upstream. In exchange for 10 wildberries, she agreed to stop eating melons. Maybe the water will clear up now.

Hurry back and report to Dalia.

Completed Quest

Dalia planted the wildberries she received from Calyban and said that it's OK to pick them once they grow in.

With the source of the water pollution cleared up, all that's left to do is wait for the wildberries to grow.