Stables in Tears of the Kingdom are like inns in many other games. They’re places where you can relax, rest your head and hear gossip from the locals. Even after playing this game for many hours now, I often find myself returning to stables just for the Malanya bed bonuses, trades with Beedle, and finishing up any side quests I may have missed. If you want to learn more, continue reading to discover where East Akkala Stable is in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom.
East Akkala Stable Location in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom (TOTK)
East Akkala Stable is located in North Akkala Foothill, east of Death Mountain and northeast of Ulri Mountain Skyview Tower. East Akkala Stable’s coordinates are (4206, 2755, 0125).
When I first visited this stable, I teleported to Ulri Mountain Skyview Tower and flew northeast before following the road directly to the building. However, you can also use Sinatanika Shrine for a faster start or glide down from Momosik Shrine. Once you arrive here, you can unlock the Jochi-iu Shrine to return quickly and easily.
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What Can You Find at TOTK’s East Akkala Stable?
Unlike many other Tears of the Kingdom stables, you won’t have to visit East Akkala Stable for the Potential Princess Sightings quest line. While you will find Penn here investigating the situation, he’ll inform you there are no leads on Zelda here.
Instead, you’ll find other mini adventures like “The Gathering Pirates” and “Strongest in the World“. To start “The Gathering Pirates”, talk to Aya near the stable counter at coordinates (4236, 2738, 0125) to learn about an intimidating group of pirates gathering at the shoreline. For “Strongest in the World”, talk to Chabi at coordinates (4231, 2776, 0125) to go Lynel hunting!
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If you’re in the mood to shop, you can also find Beedle, the travelling merchant, at this stable. Alongside the usual arrows and Brightbloom seeds, you’ll also find Sticky Frogs, Swift Carrots and Smotherwing Butterflies here for sale! If you’re like me and want a ton of Sticky Elixirs in your inventory at all times, the frogs here are pretty handy.
Lastly, a nearby Korok is at coordinates (4204, 2743, 0125). If you’re trying to collect hundreds of these little guys, here is a good spot to start! Make sure to check out how many Koroks are in Tears of the Kingdom if you want to plan out this journey ahead of time.
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