Wetland Stable is one of many places in Tears of the Kingdom to buy horses and travel around the map faster! It is also an important spot for two quests, “Where Are the Wells” and “An Uninvited Guest,” making it an important place to explore if you want to complete everything TOTK offers. If you want to learn more, continue reading to find out where Wetland Stable is in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom.
Where is Wetland Stable in Tears of the Kingdom (TOTK)?
You can find Wetland Stable west of Lanayru Wetlands, east of Lookout Landing and north of Tukarok Shrine. The exact coordinates for Wetland Stable are (0890, -0150, 0025).
Teleporting to Tukarok Shrine and heading north is the easiest way to get here. However, if you haven’t unlocked it yet, you can also travel south from Jojon Shrine or north from Morok Shrine. Although a bit farther away, you can glide east from Lookout Landing Skyview Tower if you want some adventure.
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What Can You Find at TOTK’s Wetland Stable?
Once you arrive at Wetland Stable, you’ll encounter Lawdon, the stable owner, who will introduce you to the Stable Association if you haven’t joined already. You’ll also get a Pony Point if it’s your first visit, which will go toward rewards you can redeem at the stable ledger. If you’re low on health or want a quick break, you can buy a regular or Malanya bed for 20 and 50 rupees, respectively.
Alongside this, you’ll spot various NPCs, including Beedle, a traveling merchant who sells bugs. When you talk to Beedle at Wetland Stable, you’ll find the following items available in stock:
- Arrow – 6 Rupees
- Arrow x5 – 30 Rupees
- Splash Fruit – 10 Rupees
- Hot-Footed Frog – 10 Rupees
- Smotherwing Butterfly – 10 Rupees
- Tireless Frog – 100 Rupees
You can also sell items to Beedle for some quick pocket change!
Another important part of Wetland Stable is its importance during the Potential Princess Sightings quest line involving the Lucky Clover Gazette. During the day, you’ll spot Penn here and, after talking to him, begin the “The Missing Farm Tools” mission.
The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is available to play on Nintendo Switch. To learn more about the game, click the tag below to check out our complete TOTK content list! Need help taming horses while you’re around a stable? Check out our guide on how to tame wild horses in Tears of the Kingdom.