In The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, a familiar storytelling technique from Breath of the Wild makes a return. Memories play a crucial role in filling gaps in the narrative, providing a deeper understanding of the history and people of Hryule. While these memories are not mandatory to complete the game, they are essential for a comprehensive grasp of the storyline. There are a total of 11 Geoglyph Memories scattered across the main map, none of which can be found on Sky Islands or in the Depths. A final Geoglyph appears only after collecting all the others. These Geoglyphs are massive images that can be seen from above, featuring figures with a Dragon Tear somewhere on them. While their official numbering is sequential, you have the freedom to discover them in any order. If you’re ready to delve into the memories of Tears of the Kingdom, here are the locations of all the Geoglyph Memories.
All Geoglyph Memory Locations
Tear of the Dragon #1
This Geoglyph can be found to the west of Hyrule Castle, with the Tear located on Rauru’s right eye.
Coordinates: -1412, 0966, 0123
Tear of the Dragon #2
Travel east of Rito village to the Tabantha Hills. The Tear is situated in the center of the Geoglyph, positioned above the door.
Coordinates: -2551, 1888, 0319
Tear of the Dragon #3
Directly south of Eldin Canyon, you’ll find an image of a Switch or Purah Pad. The Tear is situated in the middle of the Geoglyph.
Coordinates: 1828, 0737, 0089
Tear of the Dragon #4
On the southeast side of Hyrule field, near Batrea Lake, lies a curling dragon Geoglyph. The Tear can be found on the bottom left, where its tail curls back.
Coordinates: 0694, -1309, 0053
Tear of the Dragon #5
Located south of Gerudo Highlands, this Geoglyph is carved onto a cliff wall. The Tear is positioned on a ledge where Ganondorf’s shoulder rests.
Coordinates: -3178, -1699, 0418
Tear of the Dragon #6
Between Hyrule Ridge and the Gerudo Highlands, on the Illumeni Plateau, you’ll find the Tear on the right side of Sonia’s dress.
Coordinates: -3096, -0077, 0211
Tear of the Dragon #7
Venture down to Cape Cresla to discover a massive sword Geoglyph. The Tear is situated on the left side of the handguard when the blade is pointing away from you.
Coordinates: 3325, -3566, 0004
Tear of the Dragon #8
In the Tabatha Tundra, beyond the Snowfield stable, lies the Geoglyph of the Demon King. The Tear can be found on the western side of the image, requiring extra effort to locate through the snowy weather.
Coordinates: -1863, 3621, 0236
Tear of the Dragon #9
On the Talus Plateau, you’ll find a small Geoglyph with the Tear situated on the top left side.
Coordinates: 4467, -0304, 0074
Tear of the Dragon #10
Located on the western edge of Lake Hylia, the Tear can be found on top of the left flower of the Shrine.
Coordinates: -0649, -2683, 0068
Tear of the Dragon #11
Look for a cliff on the edge of the Eldin Mountains, coming from the east. The Tear is positioned on the tip of the blade.
Coordinates: 0891, 2951, 0362
The last Geoglyph is challenging to find because there isn’t a Geoglyph to guide you. Head to the Rist Peninsula in the far northeast corner of the map. Once there, enter the swirling section of land and navigate to the center of the spiral. You’ll find the final Tear near the Gemimik Shrine.
Coordinates: 4534, 2144, 0000
This concludes the locations of all the Geoglyph Memories in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom.
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