Cadence Of Hyrule GuidesGame Guides

Where To Find 3 Gears In Cadence Of Hyrule

In the Garudo Ruins you will need to find three gears to unlock a bridge. This guide will tell you Where To Find 3 Gears In Cadence Of Hyrule as, while they are easier enough to obtain, they can be easily missed if you don’t come across the entrances.

The overworld in Cadence of Hyrule is randomized at the beginning of each adventure. This means your world map will be different to your world map, however, some events are similar, just placed into different locations.

Where To Find 3 Gears In Cadence Of Hyrule

Where To Find 3 Gears In Cadence Of Hyrule Banners
If you search nearby, you’ll see some other ruins. There are three in total, each of the entrances is underneath a large banner or flag. You can see the green banner above. Usually the entrance is blocked by dirt, which you can remove with a spade.

Three gears, there mini-dungeons. Head into each of the dungeons and complete the challenges to get all of the gears so you can progress.

Once you travel to the future version of Hyrule Castle, there's another puzzle. This Cadence Of Hyrule - Future Hyrule Pig Statue Puzzle Guide will tell you how to solve the puzzle so you can claim the special item locked away in the blue chest.
Yves is a Deku Scrub who wants to be an adventurer in Cadence Of Hyrule. He is easily missed because when you speak to him, you can't recruit him. Check out this guide to find out how to unlock Yves the Deku Scrub in Cadence Of Hyrule.
Cadence is one of the characters you can play as in Cadence of Hyrule. To unlock her you must first find her a few times and then she will join. Check out this guide to find out how to unlock Cadence in Cadence of Hyrule.
Fairy Fountains allow you to improve the power of your weapons. This Cadence Of Hyrule Weapon Infuse Guide will explain how the infusing system works including information on which fuses work best and the overall mechanics of the system.

Blaine Smith

Blaine "Captain Camper" Smith is one of the original founders of Gamers Heroes. Now operating under the guise of Editor-in-Chief (purely because we felt the position was needed for public relations purposes), he's tasked with a lot of the kind of jobs that would put you to sleep at your desk. When he's not catching some Zs, you'll likely find him arguing points he knows nothing about, playing the latest rogue-like he'll never complete, or breaking something on the website that never needed fixing. You can best reach him on Twitter
Back to top button