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How to get the Travel Medallion, Hero’s Path, and Shrine Sensor in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom
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In The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom , the Purah Pad replaces the Sheikah Slate from The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild — a key tool with several upgrades helpful for your journey through Hyrule.
To start upgrading the Purah Pad — which includes the Travel Medallion , Hero’s Path , and Shrine Sensor — you need to complete the “ A Mystery in the Depths ” questline. This will unlock the Hateno Village Research Lab, which is where the (upgrade) magic happens. This quest begins and ends in Hyrule Field’s Lookout Landing with researcher Josha.
How to start the Hateno Village Research Lab quest
Once you’ve finished up with Josha in Lookout Landing during the “ A Mystery in the Depths ” quest, Robbie will appear near the balloon you just fixed and instruct you to head over to East Necluda, where the Hateno Ancient Tech Lab is located. You can teleport to Zanmik Shrine to reach the village quickly. The lab is just east of Hateno Village .
How to get the Shrine Sensor
The Shrine Sensor is a tool used to find Shrines of Light in Hyrule. The sensor will react with beeping noise when you’re heading toward a shrine — following that means locating a shrine. The Sensor emblem is located on the right-hand side of the Tears of the Kingdom user interface. It’ll blink (and make the sound) more rapidly as you approach a shrine. It can be toggled on through the map screen with the Y button .
Robbie will have you test out the Sensor by running around in his home and, later, outside in Hateno Village. Follow the Sensor to get a feel for how it works.
It’ll lead you to the Mayahisik Shrine , which is hidden inside a cave with its entrance blocked. You’ll need to blow up the rocks to get in. The entrance to the cave is at coordinates (3741, -2085, 0208) . We used a bomb flower to get it — stand back!
Head into the cave and glide down the hole to the right, then follow the cave system to reach the Mayahisik Shrine at coordinates (3730, -2058, 0189) . Head back to Robbie and the Hateno Ancient Tech Lab .
How to get the Travel Medallion
Once you’ve got the Sensor installed, Robbie will offer to help with another upgrade for the Purah Pad; you can choose the order, but for ease of explanation, we’ll go in order they’re listed.
Robbie will send you off to the Akkala Ancient Tech Lab in Akkala to seek out prototypes for the Travel Medallion , which lets you set up fast travel gates anywhere. Using it is as easy as opening your inventory and marking the current location to place the medallion and make a gate. In total, the Travel Medallion can make three gates, but it needs to be upgraded to max it out. Let’s start, first, with just unlocking the feature.
The Akkala Ancient Tech Lab is located at the top right-hand side of Hyrule. You’ll probably want to fast travel as close as you can get before making your way from there. The Ulri Mountain Skyview Tower is a good spot, and you can cover a lot of distance with your paraglider from there. Though it’s a long journey, you can use that travel time to seek out shrines or monsters to meet Robbie’s other upgrade requirements.
Once you find the Akkala Ancient Tech Lab , located at coordinates (4510, 3153, 0247) , be ready for battle. Trying to enter through the door will kick off a fight against Yiga Clan enemies who shoot red projectiles, which you’ll need to dodge, then hit away with a sword.
Once you’ve dispatched them, enter the lab to meet Konba , a fashion designer, who will give you Yiga Armor . He’ll leave, then search for a chest that holds the Travel Medallion prototype.
If you’re up for exploring, the Rasiwak Shrine is nearby. Once you’re ready, head back to Robbie at the Hateno Ancient Tech Lab . He’ll unlock the medallion and start offering you upgrades — 10 map-data locations for a second gate and 15 for a third. Now you’ll be able to drop three gates, and delete and reuse the medallions as needed.
How to get the Hero’s Path
The Hero’s Path gives the ability to see the exact path of your journey through Hyrule, up to 256 hours of gameplay. On the map screen, push the X button to switch on Hero’s Path mode. Do the same to switch it off. The button on the bottom of the screen lets you simple toggle Hero’s Path on and off, but also lets you watch the path unravel from the start — it’s a very cool feature, and it tracks deaths, too.
Robbie will ask you for data from 15 shrines. If you’ve already got that, you’re all set — he’ll immediately take the Purah Pad and start setting things up. Otherwise, head out and find more shrines before proceeding. Our list of shrine locations can help point you toward some shrines close by.
How to get Sensor +
Sensor + is like an upgraded version of the Shrine Sensor you unlocked earlier — it can detect more than just shrines.
To unlock it, Robbie wants you to fill the compendium with five different types of monsters. You add monsters to the compendium by grabbing their attention and taking a photo. Once you’ve got five different monsters in there, head back to Robbie in the Hateno Ancient Tech Lab.
You can set the Sensor + to search for anything available in the Hyrule Compendium .
Filling out the Compendium quest
After finishing with Purah Pad upgrades, Robbie will brag about his own completed compendium. He’s willing to sell pictures from his to help fill out yours — you can choose a category (Fauna, Enemy, Material, Weapon, or Other) for 100 rupees, and he’ll choose what specific photo to give you.
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Zelda: Tears Of The Kingdom - How To Get The Travel Medallion
Use Travel Medallions as instant teleporters in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom.
By Jason Rodriguez on May 11, 2023 at 9:00PM PDT
The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom Travel Medallions are highly important items that you can obtain during the course of your adventure. While you'll encounter the usual fast travel methods, these items will let you create your own teleportation circles on the world map. Here's our guide to help you with get Travel Medallions in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom.
How to get Travel Medallions in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom
To get the Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom Travel Medallions, you'll have to proceed further with Robbie the Researcher's side quests. You can learn about these in our Purah Pad Camera and Sensor guide .
Once you're done with those steps, Robbie will tell you about his old lab in Akkala Highlands all the way to the northeast. Upon arriving there, you'll battle two Yiga Ninja enemies. After clearing the encounter, you should be able to enter the lab.
Inside, you'll find an NPC named Konba, who'll hand over the Ninja Armor, a chestpiece that increases your stealth capabilities. As for the Travel Medallion, you can pick it up from the chest next to the wooden board with a map. Return to Robbie in Hateno Village, and he'll hand over three Travel Medallions.
The Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom Travel Medallions can be found under the key items tab of your inventory screen. When selected, you can choose to place one on the exact spot where Link is standing.
This will create a blue circle with glyphs, essentially creating an instant, customized fast travel point. This nifty function is quite important, as there are some hard-to-reach locations in the game world, further away from most Shrines and Skyview Towers. It's going to be a hassle in case you want to go back to those locations on foot or by gliding.
Now, even though you only have three Travel Medallions, you don't need to worry about wasting any of them. You can regain them by opening the world map and selecting the makeshift teleportation circle that you've created. Click on the "Collect Medallion" option and it will be returned back to your inventory.
There are numerous mechanics and facets to learn in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. For more information, you can visit our guides hub .
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Zelda TOTK Travel Medallion: How to Get All 3 Fast Travel Beacons
The Legend of Zelda: TOTK has a way to let Link fast travel wherever he wants – at least once they’ve unlocked the Travel Medallion.
Place down this mysterious device and you’ll be able to freely teleport over to that location. But with a little know-how, you’ll be able to place up to 3 Travel Medallions anywhere you choose in Hyrule!
How to Get the Travel Medallion in Zelda: TOTK
Before claiming the Travel Medallion in Tears of the Kingdom, players need to unlock the Shrines of Light Sensor for their Purah Pad .
After that, you’ll be able to get the first Travel Medallion from Robbie by following these steps:
- Head back to the Hateno Ancient Tech Lab (Coordinates: 3780, -2123, 0251).
- Talk to Robbie and ask him about the Travel Medallion upgrade.
- Robbie will tell Link to travel to the Akkala Ancient Tech Lab to the northeast (Coordinates: 4519, 3163, 0247) to retrieve the Travel Medallion Prototype.
- Once you interact with the Tech Lab door, two members of the Yiga Clan will appear – one large and heavy-hitting, the other small and speedy.
- Defeat both enemies to gain access to the Akkala Ancient Tech Lab.
- Inside you’ll find a tailor who will give you the Yiga Armor. You’ll also find a chest with the Travel Medallion Prototype inside it.
- Fast travel back to the Hateno Ancient Tech Lab and give the Prototype to Robbie.
- You’ll then permanently unlock the Travel Medallion upgrade.
How to Get More Travel Medallions in Zelda: TOTK
Link can unlock up to 2 more Travel Medallions for a grand total of 3 custom fast travel points by finding all of Tears of the Kingdom’s Skyview Towers .
Talk to Robbie after registering 10 Skyview Tower locations to collect a second Travel Medallion.
To get the final Travel Medallion, Link will need to talk to Robbie once more after visiting all 15 Skyview Towers on the Hyrule map.
At that point, you’ll have access to 3 Medallions, allowing Link to instantly transport himself to 3 custom locations of your choosing.
And thankfully, they can be picked up again once placed, allowing you to reset each point’s location.
How to Use Travel Medallions in TOTK
To place down a Travel Medallion, simply open your inventory with the + button, use R to tab over to Key Items, and select the item in your inventory .
Hit ‘ Place ‘ and the Travel Medallion will appear at your feet, registering that location as a fast travel point. You can only place Medallions in areas you’re already standing.
The Travel Medallion will then be marked on your map, which you can check with the – button.
Selecting it will let you fast travel to that location as many times as you desire.
If you want to claim the Travel Medallion back to place it somewhere new, simply find on the map and choose Collect Medallion. You don’t need to be present at the Medallion’s location to collect it, thankfully.
Alternatively, you can find the Travel Medallion in your Key Items once again, and choose to collect it from there.
How to get and use the Travel Medallion in Tears of the Kingdom (TotK)
Hyrule as seen in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is an enormous place. Often, you can warp quickly around it by using activated shrines and towers to fast travel. However, there sometimes are remote locations you have reason to visit regularly. That’s when a particular upgrade comes in handy. Here is our guide explaining how to get and use the Travel Medallion in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom .
Tears of the Kingdom – how to get and use the Travel Medallion
The Travel Medallion is a handy item you can use to warp directly to the location of your choosing, even if you haven’t found a nearby shrine or skytower to activate. Normally, you might have to hike a long distance, which can be tedious or dangerous. If you have the medallion, however, you can save yourself that hassle. To get the Travel Medallion, complete a task for Robbie at the Hateno Research Lab.
To use the Travel Medallion, access it from the Key Items menu and place one at your current location. You can then warp to that point whenever you like.
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When you first meet Robbie , he shares a room with Josha in Lookout Landing . The two researchers present quests early in the game, as you discover how to get the Autobuild ability . After you complete that objective and deal with Robbie a bit more, he takes off to his research center.
Find Robbie at the Hateno Ancient Tech Lab on the hill outside Hateno Village , which is north of the Necluda Sea in the southeast (check our guide telling where to find Hateno Village if you need further assistance).
When you talk to Robbie at the Hateno Ancient Tech Lab, ask him about the Travel Medallion. He sends you to clear out the Ancient Tech Lab in the Deep Akkala region (it’s located a short distance south of the world map’s northeastern corner). Once you defeat the Yiga Clan members that have taken over the lab, open the treasure chest they guarded to find the Travel Medallion Prototype . Take it back to Robbie, who gets it working for you.
By default, you can use the Travel Medallion to set one convenient fast travel point. As you activate skytowers and review more of the world map, Robbie upgrades the Travel Medallion. This grants you as many as three uses. By the time I met him, I had already activated every skytower, so I didn’t have to wait.
I suggest placing a Travel Medallion north of Death Mountain , near where you can find four Rock Octoroks . They offer you a way to repair weapons and shields . Once you venture into the Depths to meet Ganondorf , you might also set a medallion near the point of no return, so you can conveniently return once you have supplies. A third use might be to set one somewhere near a remote location where you like to farm rare items. If you ever decide you don’t like where one is placed, visit its location and retrieve it to use it elsewhere. Travel Medallions can prove quite handy.
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Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom - How to Get the Travel Medallion Prototype (& How it Works)
Help Link teleport anywhere on the map with this guide to finding the Travel Medallion in Tears of the Kingdom.
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Originally added through Breath of the Wild's expansion pass, the Travel Medallion allowed players to place a single fast-travel waypoint anywhere on the map, which Link could return to anytime. In The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom , the medallion has been worked into one of the main side plots.
In order to get the improved Travel Medallion, Link will first have to locate the Travel Medallion Prototype and return it to Robbie, Breath of the Wild 's wacky ancient tech aficionado. This guide will explain how Link can find the prototype and get his hands on one of Tears of the Kingdom 's most useful tools.
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Before he can get his hands on the Travel Medallion Prototype, Link must complete the previous steps in Robbie's questline. To find Robbie, Link must have access to Lookout Landing, available as soon as he descends from the Great Sky Island. Here he will meet Josha, one of Purah's researchers. Working with Josha will eventually lead Link to Robbie's questline.
Robbie's first quest will find Link descending to the Depths, where he will unlock Tears of the Kingdom 's Camera feature . Once that is complete, Robbie will head to the Hateno Ancient Tech Lab (3779, -2123, 0251), just north of Hateno Village.
Here he will offer Link three upgrades to the Purah Pad: Sensor+, Hero's Path Mode, and the Travel Medallion . The first two tasks can be done quickly, especially if players fill their compendium on their own. The Travel Medallion, however, will require Link to complete a slightly bigger quest.
If Robbie does not leave Lookout Landing, Link may need to complete at least one of the four main temples to trigger his exit. The Rito Village quest from "Regional Phenomena" is the most common starting place.
Robbie tells Link he cannot upgrade the Purah Pad until he gets the Travel Medallion Prototype from the Akkala Ancient Tech Lab . The lab is found in the northeastern corner of the map, and Robbie explains that dangerous trespassers have taken it over.
The Akkala Ancient Tech Lab is found at the following coordinates: 4505, 3144, 0245. Technically, Link can head to the lab any time after receiving the "Presenting: The Travel Medallion!" mission. There are several Skyview Towers between Hateno and Akkala, and though it will make it easier for Link to know where he is going, it is not required.
When Link arrives at the tower and attempts to open the door, he'll be met with a Yiga Blademaster and a Yiga Foot Soldier. Once they are dealt with, Link can head inside. Here he'll find a man in Cece apparel , who is startled by Link's approach. His name is Konba, and he has apparently been making the Yiga's outfits, of which he gives Link his own Yiga Amor chest piece.
In the corner of the room, Link will find a stone chest. Open the chest to receive the Travel Medallion Prototype. Return the prototype to Robbie and let him upgrade the Purah Pad.
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To use the Travel Medallion, Link simply needs to choose the place he'd like to travel to, and enter the Key Items menu. Look for the Travel Medallion in the menu, hover over it, and select 'Place.' A blue travel gate will show up below Link, as well as on the map. Link will now be able to fast-travel to this location like any other waypoint.
How to Upgrade the Travel Medallion
When Link first acquires the Travel Medallion, Robbie tells Link that he'll be able to increase the number of travel gates that he can use. He informs Link the upgrade can be performed twice, once when Link acquires ten map data points and again when he acquires 15. This will bring the total number of gates to three.
Map data is acquired each time Link brings a Skyview Tower on . Once he has completed the required amount, simply return to Robbie and he'll perform the upgrade.
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How to get the Travel Medallion in Tears of the Kingdom (TotK)
Kick things off with Robbie
If there’s one thing you should aim to pick up early in your Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom playthrough, it’s the Travel Medallion. Simply put, it’s a portable fast travel spot that you can place nearly anywhere on the map (useful for upgrading or shop hotspots) and return to pretty much anytime you want. It’s like a completely free unlimited-use recall spell! Here’s how to unlock the Travel Medallion and zip around the map.
Step 1: Start the Robbie questline at Lookout Landing
To kick off the Travel Medallion questline, you’ll want to speak to Robbie in Lookout Landing . They are directly below where Purah stands, near the Poe Statue . The exact coordinates for Robbie can be found above.
We have a full guide on getting that questline started here .
Step 2: Get the Shrine Sensor
Robbie will ask to meet you in Hateno Village , where you’ll continue the questline at the Hateno Ancient Tech Lab on the hill.
We have a full guide on how to get the Shrine Sensor here . We also have detailed directions for getting to Hateno here .
Step 3: Head to the Akkala Ancient Tech Lab (due northeast) to unlock the Travel Medallion
Here’s where the Travel Medallion quest actually starts . Robbie tasks you with going to the Akkala Ancient Tech Lab (the exact location can be found on the map above) to pick up the “prototype” for the Medallion, which will unlock the mechanic.
After attempting the enter the lab, Yiga Clan members will immediately attack you. Go after the smaller archer enemy first, then focus on the larger brute: dodging its attacks and using the flurry rush ability to take it down quickly. Enter the lab and acquire the Yiga Armor, then open the chest to acquire the Travel Medallion prototype.
Go back to Robbie in Hateno and turn the quest in. Ding! You’ll get a Travel Medallion.
How to use the Travel Medallion, and how to remove it
To use the Travel Medallion, all you need to do is open your inventory (+) and select “key items.” Move the cursor so you’re pointing at the blue Travel Medalion icon (pictured above), then select it. Select “place” to put it directly on the ground. It’ll look just like the icon. Congrats!
To return to that spot, you just need to open up the map, find your Travel Medallion, and select “travel” to teleport there. If you want to remove it, select it on the map and press “collect Medallion.” Note that Medallions can be placed basically anywhere in the game, even in the skies and in the depths. Of course, you can upgrade it two more times to add more maximum portal slots.
How to upgrade the Travel Medallion
To upgrade the Travel Medallion, you just need to record Skyview Tower data: which is found at the Skyview Towers themselves after you unlock them. Robbie will provide upgrades for 10 towers (two charges of the MedallIon) and 15 towers (three charges). Speak to Robbie at the Hateno Ancient Tech Lab after you hit each milestone to acquire the upgrade.
Luckily for you, we have a full tower location guide here !
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Tears of the Kingdom – Travel Medallion Location & Quest
The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom has introduced the Travel Medallion, offering new ways to traverse Hyrule.
- May 26, 2023
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Players have a lot of ground to cover while exploring The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, and using tools like the Travel Medallion are critical to successful adventures. This helpful item addresses a major issue from the previous game, making risky jumps from precarious cliffs or carefully timed treks up mountainsides much less frustrating.
This guide covers how to get the Travel Medallion in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom and how to use it.
Where to Find the Travel Medallion in Tears of the Kingdom
To find the Travel Medallion in Tears of the Kingdom, players will need to complete a side adventure . This side activity is called Hateno Village Research Lab , and it is not associated with the main story, which means you can complete it at any point, so long as you’ve completed the tutorial . There, you’ll be able to meet with Robbie , and you can ask them to make the Travel Medallion.
You’ll get the quest called Presenting: The Travel Medallion and this will take you to the Akkala Ancient Tech Lab , where you’ll need to track down the Travel Medallion prototype and then return it to Robbie. it should be in a chest inside the Ancient Tech Lab. You can only open the Lab after defeating the Yiga Clan guards that were waiting to ambush you at the door.
How The Travel Medallion Works in Tears of the Kingdom
After completing Presenting: The Traveling Medallion quest and giving the prototype to Robbie, you can use the Travel Medallion . Whenever you use the Travel Medallion, it registers your current location as a Travel Gate .
When your location becomes a Travel Gate , this essentially turns your current location into a Fast Travel location . For example, if you plan to travel to another part of the map, you can mark your current location as a Travel Gate, travel to a different location, and then fast travel back to where you used the Travel Medallion. It makes zipping around the map much easier, and you can explore Hyrule at a much faster rate.
Robbie does have two more upgrades for your Travel Medallion, but these are only unlocked after you’ve registered 10 and 15 regions . You’ll need to continue exploring the map to make your Travel Medallion more powerful.
And that’s it! Check out our other The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom guides below to help with crafting, exploring, and tackling challenges across Hyrule.
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- For the skinny Yiga, use Flurry Rush and defeat it. * If the weapon ATK is more than 15 then you can defeat with 1 Rush
- For the Big Yiga, get close and close range attack and use Rush. * If you are not good with watching the attack, then side avoid and then Rush.
- When the ground turns red, then press the X button twice and jump in the air and avoid.
- By completing the Temple, use your friends and make it easier to defeat.
Skinny Yiga Rush Point
Big yiga rush point, what gets unlocked in presenting: the travel medallion, can travel to location you choose.
When you use it, you can travel to the location to that you choose. It will be useful to place in location will there are a lot of quests or where there is less warp locations.
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Zelda: totk - 7 best places to put your travel medallions.
Previously a DLC feature in BOTW, Travel Medallions return in Tears of the Kingdom - but finding the optimal places for them can be a tricky task.
While fast travel points in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom are common, as players can quickly teleport to any Shrine, Lightroot, Skyview Tower, or Temple that they've previously accessed, the game's Travel Medallions allow players to set up to three of their own fast travel points at almost any location. This can be especially helpful when it comes to revisiting difficult-to-reach locations, NPCs that offer valuable services, or even just as way to quickly get back to where player might have been before getting distracted by a Korok. For players looking to save as much time as possible, however, certain locations in Hyrule will prove to be more optimal than others.
Carrying over from Breath of the Wild 's Master Trials DLC, TOTK 's Travel Medallions are significantly upgraded, with players being able to have three of them active at once, as opposed to BOTW 's limit of one. There is, however, a caveat - to access the Travel Medallions, players will have to complete a few quests, including unlocking Autobuild and allowing Robbie to fix the Purah Pad's camera. After these quests are complete and Robbie has moved to the Hateno Ancient Tech Lab, players can receive the quest to retrieve the Travel Medallion from the Yiga Clan occupying the Akkala Ancient Tech lab. Returning the prototype to Robbie will give players the use of one Travel Medallion, with another use being awarded after players have activated ten Skyview Towers, and the last after the entire map has been uncovered and every tower has been found.
7 Great Fairy Fountains
While most Great Fairy Fountains are relatively close to shrines, placing a Travel Medallion directly at one can help to cut down on travel time - especially given how crucial armor upgrades are to surviving in Tears of the Kingdom . As players accrue more pieces of armor and farm the materials necessary to upgrade them, it's likely that Great Fairy Fountains will be among the most heavily revisited locations in any given playthrough, compounded further by the incredibly useful bonuses that many sets will gain once every piece has been upgraded at least twice.
6 Sky Islands With Fairies
However, while Great Fairy Fountains are useful for upgrading armor, in TOTK , they are noticeably lacking the smaller fairies that players can capture. As these fairies can automatically restore hearts and prevent Link from dying, or enhance cooking recipes, they're important to have on hand. Luckily, they can still be gathered in a number of spots, including the circular ponds on some sky islands. As players can typically only gather three fairies at a time, placing a Travel Medallion near a pond where they gather can be useful for whenever they run out, as well as the for the gliders that are often conveniently placed on these sky islands.
Related: Two Zelda: TOTK Armor Sets Make Exploring Sky Islands So Much Easier
5 Malanya Spring
Although horses can be seen as somewhat obsolete in TOTK , being relatively limited in where they can go, they can still be useful for getting around the map quickly - particularly in the early game, before players have the battery and parts to use vehicles efficiently. For players who do make heavy use of horses, placing a Travel Medallion at Malanya Spring can save quite a bit of time, as the spring is in a relatively isolated location in the northern Akkala. While players aren't likely to upgrade more than a single horse, it's also likely they'll need multiple visits to the spring after gathering the necessary materials.
4 Pelison In Tarrey Town
Aside from a few side quests and the option to buy a house, Tarrey Town also offers one of the most useful NPCs in TOTK in the form of Pelison, who can, for a small fee, separate any fused weapons back into their individual parts, allowing players to reclaim both the base weapon and the fused material. As this can be useful for a variety of reasons, such as reusing powerful fusing parts from almost-broken weapons, players are likely to make use of Pelison's services very often - and, as there are no default fast travel points within Tarry Town itself, Pelison's shop is a prime spot for Travel Medallions.
3 Rock Octoroks Around Death Mountain
For players looking to fully repair a weapon in Tears of the Kindgom , however, the Rock Octoroks that can be found around the Death Mountain region are the only way to do so - and, as a bonus, they'll also change the weapon's modifier. Each Rock Octorok can only repair a weapon once per Blood Moon, but players looking to hold onto specific weapons will likely find themselves revisiting the region often. Although many Rock Octoroks can be found relatively near shrines, some are far enough away that players who need repairs particularly often will be well-served by placing a Travel Medallion near them.
2 The Ancient Tablet Island Above Lookout Landing
Although the Ancient Tablet in Lookout Landing is easily accessible, the sky island that it fell from is not, being the highest location in the game and requiring a flying vehicle to reach. While there aren't any rewards for reaching the island, players looking for places to explore in Hyrule may want to leave a Travel Medallion there anyway, for the simple fact that, as the highest point in the game and a centralized location, it makes for an ideal vantage point and an easy spot to set out from - and the island itself is troublesome enough to reach manually that players aren't likely to want to do it again.
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1 Sky Islands With King Gleeoks
King Gleeoks are among the rarest enemies in TOTK , being found in only four locations in the entire world - three being in the sky. To make matters worse, the sky islands where King Gleeoks can be found are both high up and relatively far away from any other sky islands, meaning players are all but required to use flying vehicles to reach them for the first time. As a result, any Tears of the Kingdom player looking to farm King Gleeok parts each Blood Moon, or who needs to retreat and prepare for the fight, will want to leave a Travel Medallion on at least one of the sky islands.
Tears of the Kingdom: How to Get the Travel Medallion in TotK
All around the world, statues crumble for me.
With the land of Hyrule being larger than ever before in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom , the idea of Fast Traveling may sound like the perfect way to get to your next destination. While riding around on your favorite horse is always a great time, sometimes you may not want to deal with the travel time. That’s where the Travel Medallion comes into play, giving you a peaceable Fast Travel spot that you can always return to at any time. But, how do you get this essential Purah Pad upgrade?
Where To Get Travel Medallion In Tears of the Kingdom
As you work through the variety of Side Quests available to you, you’ll find that Robbie and Josha have a few that will help you out in the long run. If you’re looking to get the Camera and Autobuild Ultrahand powers, you’ll need to complete a few quests for them, including:
- Camera Works in the Depths
- A Mystery in the Depths
Once you have completed those, you’ll just want to follow along with our Shrine Sensor guide to get one of the most important Purah Pad upgrades available in the game. But once you have done that, you’ll also get the opportunity to add a few new powers to your pad, including the Travel Medallion.
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Robbie will inform you that there was a prototype for this essential travel item at his old lab in Akkala , but it was taken over by some nasty folk. Head out to coordinates (4506, 3143, 0245) in the North-east portion of the map to get to this particular location. Once you see the lab, walk up to the door and try to enter, but be prepared for battle against the Yiga Clan .
Once you have defeated the foes, you’ll be able to head into this building. Near the workbench in the photo above, you’ll find a treasure chest that holds the Travel Medallion Prototype inside. Access your map and hover down to the Hateno Tech Lab , which Robbie has turned into a fast travel point . Click on this, and you’ll be ready to go and add the Travel Medallion to your ever-growing list of tricks.
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How To Use Travel Medallions In Tears Of The Kingdom
To access and use your Travel Medallions , you’ll just want to head into your Inventory and select Key Items . Once you have done this, find the Travel Medallions in your items pouch, and press A to select it. Press Place , and you’ll drop an instant Fast Travel Medallion where you are standing, so you can always come back to this location in a matter of moments. To pick it up, find it on the Map , select it, and select Collect Medallion instead of Travel .
How To Get More Travel Medallions In Tears Of The Kingdom
If you’re looking to get more Travel Medallions , you’ll need to speak with Robbie once again. As you continue to unlock Skyview Towers around the map, Robbie will reward you with an additional Travel Medallion . You can unlock a total of 3 of them , giving you the perfect opportunity to visit the Depths , the lands of Hyrule, and the Skies without ever having to worry about losing your spot when you need to progress through the story a bit further. You’ll need to do the following to get all of the Travel Medallions :
- Second Travel Medallion – Visit 10 Skyview Towers
- Thrid Travel Medallion – Vist All Skyview Towers (15 in total)
Now that you’re ready to travel around the world with the click of a button, make sure that you’re checking into our Tears of the Kingdom section below to find plenty more tips and tricks to help you out on your adventure. If you’re hoping to get the best armor in the game, follow along with Tingle on his journey to reclaim his armor once more.
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Get the Travel Medallion at the Akkala Ancient Tech Lab
You can find the Travel Medallion inside a treasure chest at the Akkala Ancient Tech Lab in the Akkala region.
Map All 15 Regions in the Surface to Get Two Travel Medallions
After completing Presenting: The Travel Medallion!, Robbie can create a second Travel Medallion once you have unlocked at least 10 regions in the surface world. You can also get a third Travel Medallion when you map all 15 regions in the surface world.
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Set a custom fast travel point in the map.
To fast travel, open the Map and highlight the Travel Medallion icon. Choose Travel to teleport to the location.
If you want to place the Travel Medallion somewhere else, select Collect Medallion to put the item back in the Key Items menu.
We recommend placing your Travel Medallions in one of these places so you can farm loot of some creatures better.
- Sky Island Above a Dragon's Path
The Floating Coliseum in the Depths is a great place to put your Travel Medallion in because it allows you to farm Lynels. Their loot are great for Fusing with weapons so you'll be more effective in combat.
Sky Island Above a Dragon's Path
It's also ideal to place your Travel Medallion on a sky island that's directly above a dragon's path. This will save you time trying to glide to a dragon to farm their loot.
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Placing a Travel Medallion in the Imprisoning Chamber before you head for the final boss battle is also recommended. Doing so will shorten your journey to the Demon King if you want to battle him again.
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If you're looking to upgrade your Ancient Hero Aspect and Royal Guard armor, we recommend placing your Travel Medallion in places where there is a King Gleeok. This will help you farm their loot faster.
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Satori Mountain is also a great place to put your Travel Medallion in because of the resources this mountain offers. There are plenty of Apples in one area of the mountain and a few Endura Carrots in the area where the Cherry Blossom Tree is.
Apples, when cooked, can restore your health while Endura Carrots can restore your stamina plus give you a bit extra.
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The legend of zelda: tears of the kingdom - how to unlock the travel medallion.
TTravel Medallion in Zelda: Tears Of The Kingdom makes fast travel a lot easier. Well, here's how you can unlock these in the game.
How to obtain the travel medallion, how to unlock the other two travel medallions, how to use the travel medallion.
The Kingdom of Hyrule is massive. With the new addition of the Sky Islands and The Depths within The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom , it can take forever to cross long distances on the map. Even with fast travel locations, sometimes, there is somewhere you wish you could get to quicker.
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One way that you can solve this dilemma is by unlocking the Travel Medallions. These will allow you to place them down anywhere (the surface, The Depths, or the Sky Islands) and fast travel to them at any time.
If you want to obtain the Travel Medallion, first, you will need to obtain the quest "Hateno Village Research Lab" from Robbie at Lookout Landing . He will ask you to meet him at his old lab in Hateno Village.
Once there, speak to Robbie, and he will tell you about the Travel Medallion. It allows you to place it anywhere and fast travel to it later. However, he cannot help you. His prototype for the Travel Medallion is back at the Akkala Research Lab . The only problem is that it has been taken over by the Yiga Clan.
Traveling to the area and walking up the path to the Akkala Research Lab can be dangerous. There are a lot of Monsters that you will cross along your journey.
Once you reach the research lab, you will see signs everywhere saying it is now a Yiga Clan hideout. Once you walk up to the front door and interact with it, you will be ambushed by two Yiga Clan members . Remember, if they disappear, look for the red glowing area. This indicates where they will appear next.
After defeating them, you will find a chest inside the research lab; open it up to obtain the Travel Medallion Prototype. You can also find the Yiga Clan Armor in this location.
With the Travel Medallion Prototype in hand, you're ready to head back to the Hateno Village Research Lab and report back to Robbie.
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Once you return to Robbie, he will mention that he believes he can upgrade your Travel Medallion to feature two more. However, he needs you to do him a favor first.
In order to obtain your second Travel Medallion, you must visit 10 of the Skyview Towers around Hyrule . These are the large towers that act as fast-travel locations and allow you to fill in your map. If you want your third Travel Medallion, you must find all of these Skyview Towers.
Once you have completed that, Robbie will be surprised. He will go ahead and upgrade your Travel Medallion.
After you have obtained your Travel Medallion, you can use it right away to mark any place as a fast travel location.
All you need to do is go to the Key Items portion of your inventory . Once there, find the Travel Medallions and select them. It will then ask you if you would like to place them. Once they are placed, you'll have a new fast-travel location!
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Travel Medallion Zelda TOTK – How To Get & Use
Want to know more about the Travel Medallion? Here is a guide on how you can get & use Travel Medallion in Tears Of The Kingdom
Since its introduction in The Master Trials DLC in Breath Of The Wild players have found Travel Medallion to be a lot more useful in exploring the vast lands of Hyrule. With the inclusion of the medallion in the game itself, Tears Of The Kingdom allows players to use it to open a gate and fast-travel to the location they want. This comes in handy in exploring various regions of Hyrule as players may find traveling with a horse or unlocking shrines long and tedious. Here is our guide on Travel Medallion and how you can get and use it in Zelda TOTK
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You will have to complete some of the side quests in the game. Players will have to talk to Robbie in order to get their hands on the medallion. Once you have completed the quest of unlocking the camera feature on your Purah Pad and helped Robbie fix his balloon , Robbie will head from Lookout Landing to Hateno Village . Here you can approach him and activate three of Robbie’s side quests that players would have to go through to get upgrades for their Pad.
The First two quests unlock Sensor+ and Hero Paths on the Pad while the third will let you have the Travel Medallion upgrade. While talking to Robbie in Tears Of The Kingdom you will come to know that he made a prototype from the Medallion which required more data in order to be completed. He then left his prototype in his lab back in Deep Akkala when he went on to work on the Purah Pad that you now have.
How to Get the Travel Medallion
Once you activate the Presenting: Travel Medallion quest Robbie will instruct you to get back the prototype from Akkala Ancient Tech Lab in Deep Akkala which is now in control of the Yiga Clan .
- Players will have to head towards the lab in the northeast tip of Deep Akkala .
- The lab would be guarded by two Yiga Clan Soldiers who would stop Link from entering it.
- You will have to defeat both of them to get inside the lab.
- Once in, Link will find a man named Konba and after talking to him players will receive the Yiga Armor Chest Piece .
- After which players may be able to spot a stone chest that they can open to find Travel Medallion Prototype .
- You can then head back and meet Robbie after which he will upgrade it to an actual Travel Medallion ready to use.
How to Use the Travel Medallion
After having the working Travel Medallion players can use it by heading toward where they want to set a fast travel location to.
- After which you can navigate through your Key Items menu to find it.
- Once done, you can then click on it and select Place from the options.
- This will let you place a portal gate exactly beneath where Link is standing.
- You would then be able to fast travel to that location whenever necessary.
- This comes in clutch in many situations as the campaign progresses .
It is worth noting that the medallion has two more upgrades that let players place two more medallions at a time. To get the second medallion players will have to unlock 10 Skyview Towers while the third one can be obtained when Link unlocks all 15 Skyview Towers . Once done you can then simply head toward Robbie for these upgrades.
That is everything on the Travel Medallion and how you can get & use it in Tears Of The Kingdom. If you want to know about all the Shrines in TOTK here is our guide covering the list of all the shrines.
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Zelda: Tears Of The Kingdom Presenting: The Travel Medallion! Walkthrough
In Presenting: The Travel Medallion in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, you get the ability to fast travel anywhere. Here is how to get it!
Traveling from one region to another can be pretty tedious and time-consuming in Zelda: TotK even with all the Shrines and Skyview Towers to fast travel to. By completing the Presenting: The Travel Medallion ! side adventure in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, you can unlock the ability to fast travel anywhere!
Purah’s assistant Robbie will offer to provide you with this upgrade. But before you can do so, you will need to complete some prerequisites. The entire process will have you do some side quests. To help you, we have written the step-by-step process down.
How to unlock Presenting: The Travel Medallion! in Zelda: TotK
Unlocking Presenting: The Travel Medallion! Isn’t as straightforward as one might think in Tears of the Kingdom. You have to put in some serious effort before you have to complete several quests beforehand.
Camera Work in the Depths
You start things off by visiting Josha and Robbie in Lookout Landing. After your conversation with them, you will start the Camera Work in the Depths Quest . This is where you will enter the Depths for the first time through the Hyrule Field Chasm .
Inside you will have to complete a couple of tasks that will end with you unlocking the Camera on your Purah Pad. Once the quest is complete, you will return to Josha and Robbie in Lookout Landing.
Mystery in The Depths
This time you will be sent again to the Depth on your second quest in the questline – A Mystery in The Depths . In an overview, you will return to depth, take photos of the marked Statue and keep following the path the Statue is pointing towards. Finally, you will come face-to-face with Master Kohga .
You need to defeat him and then complete the Mystery in The Depths quest. In the process of completing this side quest, you will learn the Autobuild ability.
Hateno Village Reserach Lab
After the quest ends, you will return to Lookout Landing to visit Josha and Robbie. You will be given yet another quest to do.
Now you will have to help Robbie fix his Hotair Balloon so he can return to Hateno Village Research Lab . You can do that by simply using your Autobuild ability which you picked up earlier.
With that being done, Robbie will move to his lab in Hateno Village which is where you need to go. The lab can be found South of Hyrule Castle Ruins at the following coordinates: -0247 , 0134, 0019.
Robbie will then have you test his Shrine Detector. Use it to find a shrine and the objective will be completed. Now return to Robbie after completing the quest.
Presenting: The Travel Medallion!
The time has come. All of the efforts led to this moment when we can finally start upgrading our Travel Medallion. When you visit Robbie after completing the Hateno Village Research Lab quest, he will tell you about a couple of features you can upgrade on your Purah Pad.
Among those features will be the Travel Medallion. Pick the option to start Presenting: The Travel Medallion Side Adventure.
How to complete Presenting: The Travel Medallion! In Zelda: TotK
You will start by getting Robbie the Travel Medallion Prototype in Tears of the Kingdom.
For that, you will be sent to Akkala Ancient Tech Lab in the Akkala Region. This is found Northeast of Bloodleaf Lake and North Akkala Foothill at the following coordinates: 4505, 3144, 0245.
When you reach the location and try to enter, you will be ambushed by two Yiga Clan Members. They are a bit tricky to take down but with a bit of effort and patience, you can deal with them.
The best tip is to use anything that stuns them in their place because their mobility is their biggest weapon. Once you have dealt with both of them, you can enter the Lab, and toward the left will be Konba who will give you a Yiga Clan Armor.
Towards the right of the room will be a chest containing the Travel Medallion Prototype. Take it and head back to Robbie.
Hand it over to him and he will upgrade your Purah Pad and you will now be able to use the Travel Medallion to fast travel to any location on the map in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom.
How to upgrade and use Travel Medallion in Zelda: TotK
Even though you have acquired the Travel Medallion, if you don’t meet certain requirements, you will not be able to use it. To use it, you need to have a certain amount of Map Points. You receive a map point every time you unlock a Skyview Tower. The more towers you unlock, the more gates you get, the more places you will be able to fast travel to.
As you unlock more Map Points, you can head back to Robbie to get the upgraded gates.
To use the Travel Medallion, you will first have to place gates in Tears of the Kingdom. To do this, just travel to the location you want to place a gate at and open the Items Menu, scroll over to Travel Medallion, select, and then place. A gate will appear right below where Link is Standing.
With this, Presenting: The Travel Medallion side adventure will be concluded.
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How to Get Travel Medallion Zelda Tears of the Kingdom
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The Travel Medallion was one of the more popular items in Zelda Breath of the Wild. Using this item, you could create a fast travel point that Link could instantaneously warp to at any time. And, good news, the Travel Medallion is also available in Zelda TotK as well. Also, unlike in the previous game – in which you could only obtain this item through a DLC – this isn’t the case in Tears of the Kingdom. That said, you’re no doubt wondering how to get the Travel Medallion in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom . Here’s how you will be able to get this fast travel item.
How to Get Travel Medallion in Zelda TotK
The Travel Medallion won’t be available right from the start. In fact, it will be a long time before you get it. Also, needless to say, there will be spoilers for some of the game’s plot and quests (though we will try our best to keep it as vague as possible), so if you want to go into the game as spoiler-free as possible, suffice to say that – you will unlock it later on in the game. From this point on, there will be spoilers.
The first thing that you will need to do is to complete one of the four main story quests. After that you will also need to finish the initial depths investigation for Josha – the one where you will take a picture of a statue. This will lead you to the Great Abandoned Central Mine in the Depths, where you will unlock the Autobuild ability . Josha will ask that you use this new ability to make a balloon for Robbie. Now go to Lookout Landing and talk to Robbie there. He is going to go back to the Hateno Village Ancient Lab. Make your way to that lab to unlock the Sheikah Pad’s Shrine Senor ability.
Robbie will offer to upgrade your pad, and one of these upgrades is the Travel Medallion itself. To do this, he needs you to go to his home in the Akkala Ancient Tech Lab and get the Travel Medallion Prototype from there. This will begin the “Presenting: The Travel Medallion!” side adventure. Travel there, and get ready for a fight against two tough mobs. Head inside, and you will find a chest with the Travel Medallion Prototype. Return to Robbie, who will give you the real, working Travel Medallion.
How to Upgrade Travel Medallion in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom
Once you have unlocked the Travel Medallion, you can also upgrade it. This will allow you to set up a second and third fast travel point with it. To get the second fast travel point, you need to map at least 10 regions by visiting and using the Skyview Towers. And to get the third and final fast travel point, you will have to map all 15 regions via Skyview Towers.
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