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Where To Find Logs For Lurelin Village Restoration Project In Zelda Tears Of The Kingdom

The Lurelin Restoration Project needs 20 specific logs. In this guide on Where To Find Logs For Lurelin Village Restoration Project In Zelda Tears Of The Kingdom we’ll tell you the quickest and easiest way to gather the correct logs so you can complete this stage of the quest.

As Bolson will tell you, you cannot use the logs at Lurelin Village, for whatever reason. I guess that would be too simple, right? Instead you need to find more traditional trees. You could always use a horse and bring some from a distant stable, but there’s a much faster way.

Where To Find Logs For Lurelin Village Restoration Project In Zelda Tears Of The Kingdom

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Marked on the map above are locations of the trees nearby that you need. There are plenty here, far more than the 15 you need. To do this quickly, each time you cut down a tree and get a log, simply attach it to another log and build a log pile or raft. This will let you move the logs in large quantities just as easy as you could move a single log.

You can also throw them down the center of the ravine that leads to the village and let physics guide it most of the way.

You also need to find Hylian Rice for the other part of this quest.

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