Need Majora’s Mask In Your Life? Here’s How To Find It!

Right off the top we need to say that “The Master Trials” DLC for The Legend Of Zelda, Breath Of The Wild is out now and that you should explore and do a lot of the stuff in the game on your own. However, we also know that many of you just want the things you want right off the bat and that the journey is the destination. So with that in mind, here’s a quick guide on how to find Majora’s Mask for those of you who don’t want to search around. Before you proceed, WARNING: THIS IS TECHNICALLY A SPOILER. If you don’t wish to know, turn around now or proceed at your own risk. You have been warned.

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The only real reason we’re sharing this is that finding it is a pain in the backside. There are no challenges to overcome, no beasts to fight, no puzzles to solve. Majora’s Mask is literally sitting in a chest in the dirt that you have to pluck out with your magnet. You head to Lake Kolomo, which shouldn’t be hard to find as it is the first lake you come across if you head north from the Great Plateau toward Hyrule Castle.

You’re looking for the Kolomo Garrison Ruins, which is like a lot of the rundown battlegrounds that didn’t last beyond 100 years. After that, all you have to do is search around with your magnet and you’ll find the chest buried in the dirt. If you’re truly lazy, here’s a video below to show you exactly where. P.S. It sits in your regular gear and does absolutely nothing, it’s simply for costume decoration. Whether or not it has any effect on townsfolk, we have yet to see.

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