Mijah Rokee Shrine

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Mijah Rokee Shrine








Mijah Rokee Shrine is one of the many Shrine of Trials from Breath of the Wild.


Shrine Quest: Under a Red Moon

Talk to Kass to start this quest. He'll be on top of the tall mushroom next to the pedestal. This mushroom will also have a small gazebo where Link can read Kass's Journal.

The goal is to stand on the pedestal during a blood moon, wearing no armor. The pedestal will glow orange when you're eligible to do this. You can either try to pass time until a blood moon happens, place the Travel Medallion here ahead of time, or use one of the nearby other shrines as a teleport point and run over here the second a blood moon begins to happen while you go about doing other things. Completing the objective completes the quest and reveals the shrine.

On nights of a blood moon, the pedestal becomes active at 21:00 (09:00 PM) and remains active until 01:00 (01:00 AM). The Shrine Quest can be completed at any time during this time frame. Hino at Dueling Peaks Stable can tell Link if a blood moon will occur when asked about "tonight's moon". If a blood moon is set to occur, Hino will state, "I'm getting that feeling again... Something is going to happen tonight. I can taste it!".

A Modest Test of Strength

Kill the Guardian Scout III wielding a Guardian Sword+ and a Guardian Shield+, open the chest (Frostblade), and head to the altar for your Spirit Orb.

Trivia & Strategies

  • This shrine is unique in the fact that its activation requires circumstances that are completely outside the player's influence, as the blood moon occurs at periodic intervals of real-time ~3 hours. Other similar shrines require either normal sunlight or moonlight, which are considerably more frequent and more readily accessible.
  • Periodic visits to Hino at the Dueling Peaks Stable will provide the player with information on whether the blood moon will occur later that night.
  • Close by teleportation points include Shae Loya Shrine, Sheem Dagoze Shrine, Mogg Latan Shrine and the Ridgeland Tower. None of them provide a particularly direct path to the activating platform due to the geographical features of the region.
  • Camping in the vicinity of the platform to wait for a blood moon does not provide a greater chance of activation.
  • Given the circumstance that the DLC-exclusive Travel Medallion is obtained, the player can place the teleportation point close to the platform when a blood moon happens.
  • If the player happens to be at Hyrule Castle at the moment the blood moon occurs, there will be no previous visual cues to indicate that it will happen until it's relatively too late, as the castle's environment is already speckled with malice wisps similar to the ones that happen when the blood moon is approaching. As such, if the player wants to activate this shrine, they should avoid the castle for the time being.
  • When a blood moon appears the player can head into a shrine and wait until midnight passes (checking the time using the clock on the map screen). The next evening will again be the blood moon, giving yourself more time to get to the shrine.
  • As a blood moon is mainly used to free the memory of the game, it is possible to access quickly a blood moon by destroying a large amount of items in the game. For instance, by destroying a large amount of trees in a forest, or killing a large amount of mobs, there is a larger chance of obtaining a blood moon the next night.