Zelda breath of the wild kass

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Breath of the Wild. Kass is an accordion-playing Rito from Breath of the Wild. He can be found at various locations in Hyrule and will provide Link with cryptic riddles, which mainly mention Shrines , such as the Shrine Quest : A Song of Storms. He can also be found at many Stables across the land, and will recount the story of 10, years ago to Link. The songs were taught to him by his late mentor of the Sheikah tribe, who was a court poet for the Royal Family of Hyrule ; his mentor died before Link's awakening from the Shrine of Resurrection , leaving Kass to pass on the ancient songs. At each stable where Kass appears, he will play the song, which highlights the history of Calamity Ganon.

Zelda BotW Kass Secret Shrine Locations and Riddle Solutions

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He is a wandering Rito minstrel who will play the accordion and sing an ancient verse to Link , telling him the location of several shrines throughout Hyrule. Link can encounter Kass at certain stables where he offers to sing Link an ancient song of Ganon's defeat 10, years prior. Spoiler warning : Plot or ending details follow. He is the student of a Sheikah who was the court poet of Royal Family of Hyrule before the Great Calamity and is traveling the land to fulfill a promise he made to his teacher who is implied to have passed away at some point in the years following the Great Calamity.

Zelda Breath of the Wild has more than a hundred shrines for you to find in its wonderful world. By now you probably figured out that you can use your Sheikah Slate radar feature to locate shrines once you get close to them. While adventuring through Hyrule I came across a bird man named Kass playing his accordion or is it a concertina? To my surprise, solving the riddle revealed a secret shrine. If you are a completionist like me you will want to find all of them as well.
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