Tears of the Kingdom – All Geoglyph Memory Locations
Geoglyphs are a huge part of helping Link get a vital weapon in Tears of the Kingdom, but he’ll need to discover where they are first.
Geoglyphs are similar to the memories Link needed to rediscover in Breath of the Wild. However, in Tears of the Kingdom, Geoglyphs do much more than flesh out the game’s story. They help Link repair the Master Sword. This guide outlines the location of every Geoglyph, so players can find all eleven Dragon Tears and reclaim the greatest weapon of all time.
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All Geoglyph Locations
The table below outlines the location of every Geoglyph and Dragon Tear in Tears of the Kingdom. Follow the coordinates to find them and help Link get one step closer to holding the Master Sword once more.
|Geoglyph Name||Geoglyph Location||What it Looks Like|
Where am I? Dragon Tear
This Geoglyph is northwest of Central Hyrule.
Look for a Memory Pool in the grass.
An Unfamiliar World
Follow the path to Rito Village and this Geoglyph will be right at the end of the road.
The Memory Pool here is in the rocks and snow.
The Gerudo Assault
A Show of Fealty
Head into the Gerudo Highlands for this Geoglyph.
This Memory Pool is on the edge of the path in the snow.
Zelda and Sonia
Head north from the fifth Geoglyph and you’ll come across the sixth.
This Memory Pool is in the hot rocks Link is walking across.
Sonia is Caught by Treachery
Birth of the Demon King
The Sages’ Vow
A King’s Duty
A Master Sword in Time
How to Find Impa and Learn More About Geolyphs & Dragon Tears
After completing the early quests in Lookout Landing and learning of the Regional Phenomena around Hyrule from Purah, Link can head to one of four locations to tackle the main story in Tears of the Kingdom. By heading towards Rito Village first, Link will encounter Impa. She needs his help getting a balloon into the air. Do this for her, and she’ll explain the Geoglyohs around Hyrule and show Link that he can leap into moments in time through the Dragon Tears at each one.
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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