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How To Turn The Water Wheels In The Water Temple In Legend Of Zelda Tears Of The Kingdom

Inside the Water Temple are several wheels that you need to turn to control the water flow. This guide on How To Turn The Water Wheels In The Water Temple In Legend Of Zelda Tears Of The Kingdom walks you through the basic elements required to solve these puzzles so you can continue through the Water Temple and solve it’s challenges.

We’re not going to go into greater detail on the Water Temple itself, but if you want some additional help, we have a full video guide below that will walk you through the entire process. However, if you’d rather do things your own way and are just stuck on trying to figure out how to turn the water wheels, it’s easy.

How To Turn The Water Wheels In The Water Temple In Legend Of Zelda Tears Of The Kingdom

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I say easy, I probably spent 45 minutes on that first puzzle. Lifting the gate, freezing time, hitting the water wheel with water attacks and all sorts, nothing. The solution is actually painfully obvious…

All you need to do is speak to your Zoran ally and get his ability. This puts a water shield around you and protects you against a single attack. However, it also buffs your attacks so that when you launch your next attack, it’s a wave of water. You must use that ability to turn the water wheels.

The ability only lasts as long as the shield so if you are hit or the shield expires, your next attack will not have the water attack bonus and you’ll need to reapply the buff by speaking with your friend again.

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