Mapla Point

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The Mapla Point is a location found in Breath of the Wild. It is a headland which overlooks the Necluda Sea.

Overview

Mapla Point is located at the far east end of the map, east of Hateno Village. It is surrounded by water on three sides, with the Solewood Range to the northwest, Deepback Bay to the west]], and the Necluda Sea in all other directions.

The main attraction at Mapla Point is the Stone Talus that is found down below near the water. In the water itself, Link will find some Armored Porgy, as well as some Mighty Porgy in the deeper water out to sea.. There are several Ore Deposits in the area surrounding the water, as well as on the higher elevations.

Four different Korok Seeds can be found near Mapla Point. There is a circle of lilypads that can be jumped into within the water. There is a circle of rocks at the sound of the Mapla Point and three small rocks need to be put in place to complete the circle. Along the wast side of the area, there are a series of flowers Link can collect, leading up to a white flower that reveals the Korok. At the north part of Mapla Point, there is a pinwheel on top of the highest elevation. Shoot the balloons that appear to get the fourth Korok.

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Nearby Korok Seeds

Stand near the pinwheel and shoot down all three balloon targets.

Stand near the pinwheel and shoot down all three balloon targets.

Fill in all three missing spots in the ring of rocks.

Fill in all three missing spots in the ring of rocks. The rocks are nearby in each direction.

Follow the yellow flower trail up the hill.

The flower trail begins to the south, and goes up the grassy incline.

Jump into the ring of water lilies.

Jump, fall, dive, or accidentally stumble into the ring of water lilies.