Zelda Breath of the Wild: How to Get a Noble Pursuit

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The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild – Getting a Noble Pursuit

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If you’re exploring the East Barrens in the desert, you’ll find a young girl named Pokki who asks you for a drink called Noble Pursuit. This will initiate the Shrine quest The Perfect Drink, which you have to complete before you can enter the Shrine itself. Head back to Gerudo Town, and look out for a stall named The Noble Canteen. Do note that it’s not a marked stall on your map. Talk to the shopkeeper Furosa, and she’ll refuse to sell it to you at first. Tell her it’s for Pokki, and she’ll task you with getting some ice for making the drink.

A new marker will appear on your map, so head there and gather the ingredients. Bring them back to Furosa, and she’ll make a Noble Pursuit for you. When carrying the ice back to Furosa, make sure to avoid enemies or you won’t have time to get back before it melts. Take this back to Pokki at the Shrine, and her dehydration problem will be solved, allowing you access to the Shrine.

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