Zelda Breath of the Wild Luminous Stones: What They’re For and How to Get Them

Don't sell them all just yet.

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild – Luminous Stones

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Luminous Stones are valuable materials that you can pick up in Breath of the Wild. However, don’t go selling them off just yet. There are two big things you can do with these items that will either make you rich, or grant you a new set of armor. After completing the Vah Ruta dungeon, a Zora named Ledo found at Zora’s Domain will ask you to bring him 10 Luminous Stones. He’ll then reward you with a diamond. You can continue giving him Luminous Stones to get more diamonds to sell for Rupees.

However, if you’re interested in getting armor, take the Luminous Stones to Gerudo Town instead. In the back of the armor shop, there’s a secret door that can only be opened with a password. To get the password, you’ll need to talk to the two women sitting at the bar, then head over to the next building to eavesdrop on their conversation. They’ll reveal the password, GSC, which stands for Gerudo’s Secret Club. Enter the password, and you’ll gain access to a new clothing store. Here, you can buy the Radiant armor set with any Luminous Stones you’ve gathered at that point.

You can obtain these Stones by mining for them at ore deposits just north of Zora’s Domain.

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