Torches are strewn about - as is a Duplex Bow with lit braziers on all sides. You can either use the torches or light an arrow using the fires to take aim at the banners to reveal their secrets. To the right of that, the tapestry reveals two Keese. Right of that is After that - the true path! You can keep looking into the other alcoves for boxes of food, and more Keese. Video Guide: Getting the Thunder Helm. Speak to her in her cell.
Yiga Clan Hideout
Zelda: Breath of the Wild's Yiga Clan Hideout is required before you can board Divine Beast Vah Naboris , the sandstorm beast that's in the far south west corner of the map. After you've paid a visit to Gerudo Town and completed Forbidden City Entry , you have to take back the stolen Thunder Helm from a band of thieves just a short ride from the settlement. If you're after help for parts of the game, consult our Zelda: Breath of the Wild walkthrough and guide. After you've spoken to Gerudo Town village chief Riju and the soldiers next door, head north out of the barracks and take the first left to find a small gate. Ask the guard there Laine to show you the direction to the north. You can also hire a sand seal here, but if you don't want to pay, head back to the main entrance and catch one yourself just outside by crouching up close slowly. Head north and go to the canyon where the waypoint leads to. If you haven't fleshed out the above region, it cuts right into it. With a sand seal you'll get there surprisingly quick, and after an incline, detach yourself at the cliffs and climb up further in.
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