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Where To Find Star Fragments In Legend Of Zelda Tears Of The Kingdom

Star Fragments are very valuable and used in upgrading the rarest gear. This guide on Where To Find Star Fragments In Legend Of Zelda Tears Of The Kingdom explains the basic method of tracking down these rare Star Fragments as well as the location where you can snag one up instantly.

The primary method of finding Star Fragments is to be exploring Hyrule at night. The location doesn’t seem to matter, it just has to be night time. You will sometimes see a single, fiery rock falling from the sky. If you’re lucky enough to catch it during its descent. However, it’s more likely you’ll miss this action and just see the aftermath. Once a Star Fragment hits the floor, it sends a very obvious gold-colored light up into the sky which can be seen from a great distance. If you can get to the base of the light before daybreak, you can get the Star Fragment. If you are not close enough by morning, the Star Fragment will disappear.

Where To Find Star Fragments In Legend Of Zelda Tears Of The Kingdom

A map showing Where To Find Star Fragments In Legend Of Zelda Tears Of The Kingdom
Although the previously discussed method is going to be the primary source, there do appear to be other opportunities to grab Star Fragments. At this location on the map, at the end of this peninsula, there’s a chest buried in the sand. If you use Link’s ability to dig it up, you can open it and inside is a Star Fragment. Unfortunately, the chest does not respawn, but if you just needed a single fragment for a quest or upgrade, this will be perfect.

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