A Picture for Woodland Stable

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A Picture for Woodland Stable
A Picture for Woodland Stable - TotK.jpg

Games

Prerequisite

Start

Examine the empty picture frame in Woodland Stable

Objective

Take a photograph of a Goron in a Hot Spring and show it to Kish

Rewards

Attributes

Type

A Picture for Woodland Stable is a Side Quest in Tears of the Kingdom.

Overview

If Link examines the empty picture frame at Woodland Stable, Kish will call him over and explain that the Stable Association sent frames for them to fill. He would like a picture of "a Goron soaking in hot springs" for the frame. Link can find Grapp sitting in the Goron Hot Springs, near Goron City, and photograph him.

When Link takes the picture back and shows Kish, the latter is delighted, and immediately paints a copy for the frame. He then gives Link a Hasty Vegetable Curry (1 Heart.png1 Heart.png1 Heart.png, BotW Hasty Icon.png3:30) and one Pony Point as thanks.

Requirements

The Purah Pad camera must have been unlocked by Robbie in the Camera Work in the Depths Main Quest.

Walkthrough

TODO: Full Walkthrough

Adventure Log

Step Description
1
Kish, the owner of Woodland Stable, wants to decorate his establishment with a painting of a Goron soaking in the famous hot springs near Goron City to the north.
Maybe there's some way to take a picture of it and show it to Kish.
2
Kish, the owner of Woodland Stable, is pleased to have a painting of a Goron soaking in the famed hot springs hung up at his establishment.
He was going to give you a reward but your inventory was full. Be sure to trim your belongings before you accept his gift.
Complete
Kish, the owner of Woodland Stable, is pleased to have a painting of a Goron soaking in the famed hot springs hung up at his establishment.
Still, he's happy to replace it with a different picture of a soaking Goron. Just show him a new image, and he'll make a copy to put on display.

References