Zelda Breath of the Wild: Lurelin Village Location

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Lurelin Village Location – Zelda Breath of the Wild

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Lurelin Village is one of the little settlements Link can visit in Breath of the Wild. While the village’s offerings in terms of shops and quests aren’t all that attractive, this is the one place where you can rake in tons of Rupees in a very short amount of time. There’s an NPC here that you can gamble against, and if you’re willing to save scum a little, you can make thousands of Rupees pretty easily.

Lurelin Village itself is found in the southeastern part of Hyrule, at the bottom right corner of the map. From Hateno Village, you’ll want to go straight down south until you reach the coast. Once there, simply follow the coastline and you’ll eventually find Lurelin Village. There’s also a Shrine here, so you can activate it to gain a new fast travel point. Faron Tower is the Sheikah Tower you’ll want to activate to get the map for this region, but if you want to climb it, make sure to bring enough stamina regen food items.

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