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Template:Dungeon Ya Naga Shrine, designated by the Trial name Shatter the Heavens, is an Ancient Shrine in Breath of the Wild.

Entrance to the Shrine

Ya Naga Shrine is located in the center of Lake Hylia, within a small, dry divot hidden among rocks.

Themes and Navigation

Ya Naga Shrine features a stone ceiling with a metal pole leading down to the ground, with a stone cube sitting on top of a bowl. The bowl is attached to a small tube Link can place a Bomb in. Link must place the Sphere Bomb inside the tube and the Cube Bomb on top of the cube. Once Link detonates the Sphere Bomb, the stone cube will fly upwards along the pole until it hits the ceiling, at which point Link must detonate the Cube Bomb, shattering the ceiling and allowing Link to use the stone cube as an elevator to the next floor.

Alternatively, Link can use Stasis on the stone cube to use only one type of Bomb. Link can also destroy the stone ceiling with a Bomb Arrow.

Once Link reaches the next floor, he will find Ya Naga. Ya Naga will then give Link a Spirit Orb, [1] and will wish Link well before fading away.[2]

To reach the extra Treasure in the Shrine, Link must glide East after flying into the air after using the stone cube as an elevator in order to reach a pillar with a Treasure Chest. The Treasure Chest contains an Eightfold Blade.

References

  1. "In the name of Goddess Hylia, I bestow upon you this Spirit Orb." — Ya Naga (Breath of the Wild)
  2. "May the Goddess smile upon you." — Ya Naga (Breath of the Wild)