In mission The Isolated Plateau in Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild, you meet an old man that told you the story of the kingdom of Hyrule, where it destroyed 100 years ago by the Calamity Ganon. The old man task you to collect four orbs in exchange of Paraglider which are hidden inside the shrine.
The four shrine mission will give you abilities once you finish every mission. Those abilities are Magnesis Trial in Oman Au Shrine, Bomb Trail in Ja Baij Shrine, Stasis Trail in Owa Daim Shrine and Cryonis Trial in Keh Namut Shrine.
After you finish collecting the four Spirit orbs from the four shrines, the old man asked you again to meet somewhere to exchange the orbs with the paraglider, he says “Where two lines collecting the shrines would cross.. There.. I will.. be waiting”.
Another clue you can find is in the objectives. “After you acquired the Spirit Orbs from the shrines, the old man told you that he’ll be waiting in the place centered amid the four shrines, before mysteriously disappearing…”. This instruction state that you have to meet the old man in the center of the map, its inside the Temple of Time, open your map and find this temple – you can check our screenshot below.
Once you’re inside the Temple of Time, you will see a statue in the center of the altar with a light shining on it. That is where you will exchange your Spirit Orbs. Just go near the altar and press A to Pray.
After that, you will be asked to exchange your four Spirit Orbs to either Heart Container or Stamina Vessel. In our case we exchange for Stamina Vessel, in which the size of Stamina wheel is increase, allowing to perform more actions before getting tired.
The old man will appear on the roof after the exchange, you have to go to the top of the temple to meet the old man. If you’re clueless how to get there, you can find a ladder in the side of the temple.
From this point, The old man will tell you everything and his real identity. We will not spoil what will happen next, so enjoy the game and hope this instruction helps your adventure!
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