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After leaping off Great Sky Island and falling to the ground, I was overwhelmed with the freedom I was given after the tutorial area. But what I was most undecided about was which Natural Phenomenon Temple to go first in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. As it turns out, I had more freedom in tackling this quest than I thought, but there was what I’d call the best order.
Zelda Tears of the Kingdom Temple Order Guide
What Order Should I Complete the Temples in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom?
Ultimately, you can complete the four ground temples in Tears of the Kingdom however you want. There is a better order to complete the temples based on following the story, location, and the abilities they provide. Here is what temples we recommend doing and in what order in Tears of the Kingdom.
Best Natural Phenomenon Temple Order in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom
We recommend completing the temples in Tears of the Kingdom in this order. Herba makes the most sense as the story naturally pulls you there, especially after completing the bridge at Rito Village. You also gain what I’d consider the most helpful ability by completing this temple. Here is the order you should complete the Natural Phenomenon in Tears of the Kingdom in.
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- Hebra – Wind Temple
- Wind ability for your Paraglider.
- Eldin – Fire Temple
- Fire ability that breaks rocks.
- Gerudo – Lightning Temple
- Bow ability that creates lightning.
- Lanaryu – Water Temple
- Shield ability that creates water.
Can you do the Temples in any order in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom?
You can do the four temples on the ground in any order. Following the main story naturally leads you to Hebra and the Wind Temple, but these can be done however you wish. Players have reported additional temples in the sky, but you must first complete the four temples on the overworld before you can do these.
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