Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom Sage's Will - Where to find & how to use

Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom Sage's Will - Where to find & how to use
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Jack Roberts

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30th May 2023 13:20

In The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, you’ve probably come across a Sage’s Will or two during your epic quest across Hyrule. But, you’re probably wondering what they do, and where you can find more of them.

Here, we’ll be breaking down how to use your Sage’s Will in the game and where exactly you can find all of them to make your journey smoother.

  • Looking for more items to hunt down? Why not check out where to find the Miner’s Armour in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom as well?

How to use Sage’s Will in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom

As you progress through The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom’s story, you’ll be acquiring new allies in the form of Hyrule’s sages. Each Sage has an ability that can aid Link in his adventure.

For example, the earliest Sage you will most likely encounter is Tulin and, after completing the Wind Temple, he will allow you to use a familiar of himself to continue using his Gust ability to help you glide further and faster.

The Sage’s Wills are upgrade materials that allow you to increase the attack power of your Sage companions.

Like the Lights of Blessing, to use the Sage’s Will in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, you will need to gather four of them and present them to a Goddess Statue.

After doing so, you will be able to select the companion whose attack power you would like to increase.

Where to find Sage’s Will in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom

Image shows Tulin from The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. It describes him as being a Young Rito Warrior and he carries a bow on his back
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Now that you know what they do, you’re going to need to know where to find the Sage’s Will.

In The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, there are 20 Sage’s Will in total. For the most part, they are scattered around the various Sky Islands above Hyrule. So, make sure you’ve got your Paraglider and Rune Abilities handy before you begin.

However, some Sage’s Will require you to defeat difficult bosses, like the King Gleeok, and navigate precarious environmental puzzles to obtain them.

Below, we’ve broken down the locations and map coordinates for all 20 of the Sage’s Will. These can be obtained in any order, but you may need to return to them if the challenge is too great:

Sage’s Will Location Coordinates
Sage’s Will 1 South Hebra Sky Archipelago -3705, 2150, 0648
Sage’s Will 2

Wellspring Island

3396, 0640, 1290

Sage’s Will 3

Eldin Sky Archipelago

1765, 2267, 0827

Sage’s Will 4

North Necluda Sky Archipelago

1935, -1066, 0961

Sage’s Will 5

South Necluda Sky Archipelago

2559, -3601, 0894

Sage’s Will 6

West Hyrule Sky Archipelago

-2306, -0402, 0894

Sage’s Will 7

Lanayru Sky Archipelago

2987, -0233, 0894

Sage’s Will 8

Lanayru Sky Archipelago

2910, 0514, 0929

Sage’s Will 9

Dragonhead Island

1308, -3211, 0459

 

Sage’s Will Location Coordinates

Sage’s Will 10

Sokkala Sky Archipelago

3811, 1582, 1144

Sage’s Will 11

North Gerudo Sky Archipelago

-3457, -0264, 1938

Sage’s Will 12

South Hyrule Sky Archipelago

-0952, -1745, 1006

Sage’s Will 13

South Eldin Sky Archipelago

1780, 0981, 1226

Sage’s Will 14

North Tabantha Sky Archipelago

-3780, 1572, 1239

Sage’s Will 15

Eventide Island

4655, -3829, 1065

Sage’s Will 16

Faron Sky Archipelago

-0326, -2591, 0894

Sage’s Will 17

East Gerudo Sky Archipelago

-1952, -1802, 1140

Sage’s Will 18

East Gerudo Sky Archipelago

-4447, -2370, 1419

 

Sage’s Will Location Coordinates

Sage’s Will 19

Thunderhead Isles

0966, -3306, 0846

Sage’s Will 20

West Hebra Sky Archipelago

-4471, 2172, 1253

With these coordinates, you’ll be finding the Sage’s Will in no time. Just… make sure you’re ready for a few fights down the line.

That’s everything you need for finding Sage’s Will and getting your Sage’s upgraded. If you’re looking for more collectables, why not find out where to find the Korok Seeds on Great Sky Island as well?

For more on The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, keep checking back with GGRecon!

Jack is a Guides Writer at GGRecon. With a BA (Hons) & MA in English and Creative Writing, he was also the Gaming Editor for The Indiependent. When not pondering which game has the best cup of coffee (and drinking far too much of it himself), he can often be found playing Dead by Daylight, Street Fighter or making yet another build in Bloodborne.

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