How to summon Satori in TOTK (Zelda Tears of the Kingdom)

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Lord of the Mountain was such a beautiful part of Breath of the Wild that it was only right that he return in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. Officially known as Satori, this legendary creature was a poignant homage to Nintendo’s late visionary, Satoru Iwata. There are also some new mechanics with Satori in this sequel. Here’s how to call it.

Where to find Satori in TOTK (Zelda Tears of the Kingdom)

To find Satori in Kingdom’s Tears, players must head to the top of Satori Mountain. This area is located just south of the Tabanthia Frontier Bridge Stable on the western side of Hyrule. Its coordinates are -2300, -0346, 0349.

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At the top of this mountain will be a cherry tree with a stone statue at its roots. The statue will hold a stone bowl. What Link has to do is drop an apple or an alternate piece of fruit into the bowl, and a satori will appear.

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The big difference from Tears of the Kingdom and Breath of the Wild was that players would not be able to ride a Satori, at least after putting the fruit into the bowl. When Satori is summoned, a cutscene plays where Satori places columns of light over all of the caves in the vicinity.

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The reason why Satori does this is because every cave contains a Bubbulfrog, and thus, a Bubbul gem to retrieve. Players will have to collect Bubbul Gems if they want to get the Satori Armor set, so this is Satori’s way of helping Link out.

Another interesting part of Tears of the Kingdom is that after Satori is summoned once, he can appear in other Cherry Blossoms. Personally, I was able to summon Satori by the Cherry Blossom Tree in Mount Ebon (I wasn’t looking for Hearty Radishes). Summoning Satori appears to reveal caves around the area where he was summoned.

July 11, 2023 is the eighth death anniversary of Satoru Iwata. Rest in peace Satoru, you are a good memory.

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