Shrines filled with exciting puzzles and rewards have been the main dungeons of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Kah Mael Shrine is one of the Shrines that is going to be a bit of a challenge to find if players don't know what they're looking for and it is located in Tingel Island. Here's a guide on how to get to Kah Mael Shrine.
Kah Mael Shrine In Zelda: Breath Of The Wild
Kah Mael Shrine is the shrine located in Tingel Island in Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Tingel Island is located in the eastern part of the Akkala Highlands region of Hyrule. The Island itself has Guardian Skywatchers that Link needs to either destroy or avoid in Zelda: Breath of the Wild.
The entrance to Kah Mael Shrine may be hard to spot for players who often ignore the unusual things in their surroundings in Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Look for a huge slab of rock lying flat on the ground and underneath it is the entrance to Kah Mael Shrine. To remove the rock, players can choose either one of two ways.
The first method of removing the slab of rock covering the entrance to Kah Mael Shrine in Zelda: Breath of the Wild is using Stasis. Simply cast Stasis on the slab and proceed to hit it multiple times. When the Stasis breaks, it will shoot through the air like a rocket and Link can just drop down the hole. It is the most used method but not as fun as the second. The player can use an octo balloon on the slab and they can simply watch it fly away.
Finish Kah Mael Shrine In Zelda: Breath Of The Wild
The trial of Kah Mael in the Shrine involves scales. Simply walk up to the one with the barrel and shoot the ropes holding a large metal cube from there until it drops. Once the cube drops to the other scale, Link will fly up to the air, glide to the platform with the treasure chest to collect a diamond. From that platform, Link can just jump and glide across to meet Kah Mael to collect the spirit orb in Zelda: Breath of the Wild.