The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom: How to find Majora’s Mask

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The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom features tons of different armor sets and items that Link can collect to change the way he looks. One of those items is the iconic Majora’s Mask from The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask. Not only will finding Majora’s Mask make Link look nostalgic, but while wearing Majora’s Mask, standard enemies won’t attack Link. This allows you to play Tears of the Kingdom a little stealthier if that is how you wish you play.

How to find Majora’s Mask in Tears of the Kingdom

Majora’s Mask is located in the Depths. The best way you want to enter the Depths to get as close to this Mask as possible is to enter through the Great Plateau North Chasm. The Great Plateau North Chasm is located South Hyrule Field and the Hyrule Field Skyview Tower.

When you enter the Chasm it is probably best to activate the Nogukoyk Lightroot that is just nearby. From here you can open up the map and look Northwest of your current location. You should see a location named the Floating Coliseum. You are going to want to make your way to the floating Coliseum. If you do not have this section of the Depths available yet, you can view the location of where the Floating Coliseum would be located in the overworld down below.

Getting to the entrance of the Floating Coliseum may take a bit of time since the Coliseum is floating, but there are many different ways that you can get up the entrance.

When you arrive to the Floating Coliseum, you will notice a chest that is locked from Gloom. Once you approach that chest, the Coliseum will lock, and a very difficult boss battle will begin. The boss battle consists of defeating five different types of Lynel’s of varying difficulty. These five Lynels are the Red-Maned Lynel, Blue-Maned Lynel, White-Maned Lynel, Silver Lynel, and Armored Silver Lynel.

Once you have successfully defeated the five Lynels, the chest in the center of the Floating Coliseum will be unlocked and you can open it to reveal Majora’s Mask. There are no special buffs, and it does not provide a lot of defense for Link, but it does make standard enemies less inclined to attack Link.

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Even if you do not plan on using Majora’s Mask as a way to add stealth to Link’s journey, acquiring Majora’s Mask still is iconic and a classic piece of The Legend of Zelda history. Every The Legend of Zelda fan should have Majora’s Mask and the Majora’s Mask glider in their Tears of the Kingdom collection.