Tulin of Rito Village is one of the main story quests in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. Hebra, and specifically Rospro Pass, is covered in snow due to a fierce storm raging in the sky over that specific section of Hyrule.
On your adventures to investigate the regional phenomena occurring in this part of Hyrule in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, you will meet Tulin, the son of a Rito Elder and a brave soul who will do whatever it takes to help his people.
Without further ado, we’re here to show you how to complete the Tulin of Rito Village main story quest in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom.
Spoiler Warning: This guide may contain story, character, and location spoilers; Read it at your own discretion.
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How to start the Tulin of Rito Village quest in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom
To start the Tulin of the Rito Village quest, you need to find and enter Rito Village. We highly recommend increasing your cold resistance through food or armor pieces like the Frostbite T-shirt, as you will need it throughout this story mission.
Once you have found your way to Rito Village, continue exploring the village and follow the path leading upwards until you reach these coordinates (-3601, 1802, 0212). Here you should see Tulin debating with his father, Teba.
Approach them to start a scene. Follow the scene to the end and continue talking to Teba. Eventually, Teba will ask you to find Harth and talk to him, as he may have more information on Princess Zelda.
How to find Harth in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom
To find Harth in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, you need to head to a cabin that is directly north of Rito Village.
The cabin itself is called Hebra Trailhead Lodge and is directly east of Rospro Pass Skyview Tower and, as we said, north of Rito Village at these coordinates (-3584, 2251, 0140).
The easiest way to get here is to stand on the edge of the platform where you spoke to Teba and look ahead until you see two fires flickering faintly in the distance. These two fires mark the exact location of the cabin.
Use your scope to place a pin roughly close to the two fires and then use your glider to start gliding towards it. However, if you’re running low on stamina, we recommend traveling to Rospro Pass Skyview Tower and heading east from there.
When you find the cabin, go inside and talk to Harth, who is by the table on the left.
After you finish talking with them, you will be given a new task: find Tulin.
How to find Tulin in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom
To find Tulin, head north from the Hebra Trailhead Lodge where you spoke to Harth and you should encounter another Rito called Cecili at (-3514, 2400, 0210).
Talk to them and they’ll point you in the direction of the Hebra South Summit cave, which is where Tulin and a couple of the other Rites are looking for resources. Cecili will also inform you that a bonfire marks the entrance to the cave, a handy thing to look for if you get a little lost!
Go up the slope indicated by Cecili (look at Cecili and then head east).
Keep going up the slope and you will come across some Ice Keese, Bokoblins, and Ice Chu Chu’s. You can avoid them simply by walking past them, but we recommend removing them as they will all drop useful items for later.
Once you’ve finished off the enemies, continue up the slope. If you find you’re a bit lost on which direction to go, then take on the Skull Torch stuck in the snow near where you fought the Bokoblins. Then, in front of the Torch, go up the long slope to your left to return to the track.
Continue up the slope and you will eventually come to a flag at (-3361, 2468, 0300).
Once you reach this flag, follow the path to the left and you will soon see the bonfire at the mouth of the Hebra South Summit cave on your right at (-3394, 2491, 0314).
Head inside the cave and talk to Laissa, who will inform you that Tulin is deeper in the cave with another Rite called Gesane.
Head further into the cave, following the path traced by the endless rows of thorns. Eventually you will come to a large opening in the cave with a strong updraft blowing through it.
Use your paraglider to ride the updraft and while in the air, look north and you should see an opening in the cave wall at (-3331, 2562, 0349).
Head here and follow the path around and past some glow rock deposits. You’ll also encounter a Horriblin here – you can fight him or just run past him, it’s your choice.
Follow the path through where the Horriblin is/was and you will come to a large opening where an unlit fire is surrounded by water.
Break the barrels next to the fire to get some Hylian Pine Cones, then throw a Hylian Pine Cone into the unlit fire with some flint and hit the flint with any metal object (like a sword) to light the fire.
Using Hylian Pine Cone will cause the fire to create a strong updraft. Ride this updraft using your paraglider, and while airborne, face east. You should see another opening in the cave wall.
Head here and follow the path through the cave until you apparently come to a dead end. Some Stone Pebblits will attack you here, but you can simply hit them with a hammer to make them go away.
When you’re in this dead end area, look up and east again. You should see another opening high up on the wall, but you can easily climb up to it no matter what level your stamina wheel is at.
Once through the opening, follow the path through the cave again until you find Gesane at (-3245, 2589, 0432).
Talk to Gesane to find out that Tulin is no longer in the cave. Then Gesane will show you the direction of the exit from the cave; follow his instructions and once he is out of the cave, open his map and set this point on the following map:
Head north to Talonto Peak and at the top of Tolanto Peak you will find a lone cedar tree. When you reach the tree, look east and you will find Tulin at (-3147, 2703, 0568).
How to recover Tulin’s bow in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom
Talk to Tulin and you will find out that one of the flying monsters (Aerocuda) has taken away his precious bow. You must retrieve it before you can proceed further.
Head to the mission marker on your map to stand below the area where Aerocuda is circling (-3047, 2742, 0504). There are probably several ways to do this, but this is how we get the Tulin Arch back.
Stand between the two burning torches and watch the Aerocuda’s flight path. Next, draw your bow and attach a Keese Eyeball to an arrow (this improves its accuracy and almost guarantees that you will hit the target; you can use a Keese Wing if necessary, but you will have to be more precise with your aim if you do) .
If you need arrows, the boxes and barrels on this platform contain some that you can grab and use.
Aim at the Aerocuda and release the arrow. If the Keese Eyeball is attached to it, you will almost certainly hit the Aerocuda, causing it to drop the Tulin Bow.
Follow the scene and prepare to fight. Two Bokoblins and a blue Bokoblin will drop near you; Take care of them however you want, but you won’t be able to run away from this fight.
After defeating the trio of Bokoblins, watch the cutscene that follows and get ready to fly!
How to finish the Tulin of Rito Village quest in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom
After talking to Harth, your next job will be to investigate the cloud and to do this you will need to know how to get to the Temple of the Wind.
Once you get there, you’ll need to complete the Wind Temple and defeat the temple boss at the end to stop the blizzard covering Rito once and for all.
Once you stop the blizzard, you will have completed the Tulin of Rito Village main story quest in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. Congratulations!
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