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Where is Toto Lake in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom? – Answered

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Where Is Toto Lake In Zelda Tears Of The Kingdom Zora Domain Jiahto Location

You’re not alone if unsure where to find Jiahto at Toto Lake in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. You must locate this aide of Prince Sidon in order to progress a quest related to stopping the sludge from falling from the sky and polluting the water throughout the land. Of course, just a mention of an undiscovered nearby lake won’t get you very far. Thanks, your highness.

Breath of the Wild players may also remember Toto Lake from the previous game. If so, it’s in the same place as before. Lakes don’t have legs, usually.

Toto Lake location in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom

Toto Lake is located north of Zora’s Domain downhill from the main body of water. The lake doesn’t stand out on the map because it’s polluted full of sludge. This makes it take on a yellow and green color as opposed to normal blue water and thus is understandably easy to miss. Clearly, someone needs to bless the rains down at Lake Toto.

Where To Find Is Toto Lake Location Map Zelda Tears Of Kingdom Jaihto

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You’ll know you’re in the right spot once you see a giant pillar of sludge reaching into the sky. The exact coordinates are 3417, 0875, 0398 if you’re still unsure. Jiahto awaits you in a nearby cave right off the shore on the southwest side of the lake. Once you speak to him, you’ll need to pull the missing section of the tablet from the ground with the Ultrahand ability. You’ll then need to use an arrow with a Splash Fruit to clean the sludge from the tablet so you can put it in place on the wall.

Now that you know where Toto Lake is in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, perhaps you’d like some more tips on where to find other important locations and characters. We have guides on where to find Hestu, where to find Ancient Arowana, where to find Captain Hoz, and many more.

The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is available on the Nintendo Switch.

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