News astuce Babil du Village Piaf Zelda Tears of the Kingdom: how to complete this regional investigation?
Let’s continue together our tour of the different regional quests of Tears of the Kingdom and this time, we will focus in more detail on Village Piaf and more particularly on the quests that will be given to you by Babil. So let’s not waste a moment!
Where is Village Piaf in Tears of the Kingdom?
As is the case with all the other Tears of the Kingdom regional quests that we have told you about, here you will have to find the Piaf Village first. If it’s already done, then you will be able to continue with the quest and this article.
However, if you haven’t gotten your hands on it yet, we’ll leave you with our dedicated guide that tells you step by step how to find it. Once you have arrived at Piaf Village, climb to the top of the central perch to find Teba, Dézelle and Babil there and trigger a cutscene.
Then join the chalet of the Hebra chain by taking the road that bypasses Lake Pipiaf to the west. Talk to Harfor, then climb the ladders to reach the heights. Keep going higher following the path marked with large flags and you will reach a cave.
Hebra South Peak Cave
Once inside, burn the brambles to the right until you come to a cave with an updraft. Let yourself be carried away and go through the highest hole. Eliminate the Trogloblin and light a fire with flint. Throw a pine cone inside, which will create an updraft.
Use it and take the highest recess where you will soon come across Ghipa in front of a fire. He reveals to you that Babil left in the direction of Mont Barès. Continue straight, which will take you out of the cave and arrive at this famous mountain!
The first thing to do is to climb towards the summit. You’ll face a few enemies, but eventually you’ll find Babil. He then explains his problem to you, ask him to use his power to allow you to glide to the ruins opposite.
There you will find the flying creature that stole Babil’s bow, shoot it. Once you get your hands on the bow, a few more enemies will spawn, but nothing too complicated to deal with. Moreover, Babil will come and give you a hand. At the end of the fight, Harfor will land.
The highest point of Hebra
Use the power of Babil to cross the precipice and reach the ruins to the northeast. Use Infiltration to climb up and then travel from ruin to ruin, which will take you to the top of Pic Hébra. Then talk to Ehong.
Use the power of Babil again to move forward and help yourself with Infiltration to save you some time and energy. Once this escalation is accomplished, you will arrive at the level of the Islands of the way of the skies and this is where it gets complicated!
Move towards the boat and a cutscene starts. Climb the stairs and jump on the sail to bounce and glide to the Mayau Meqisa Shrine. Advance by chaining the powers of Babil and using the sails of a boat. Then glide to the platform with the stalactites and use Infiltration to climb.
After the Golem Corporal, turn right and break the statuettes below before reaching this platform and using Infiltration. Glide to the platform with the archthen further jump across the ice to bounce onto a sail.
Unblock the way above the sail with a bomb arrow, then jump on it. Then break the ice on the ground and jump onto the sail below. There will then be a series of jumping sails. Continue the path and face the enemies until you find something to make a hot air balloon which will allow you to reach the next platform.
There follows a passage where you will kill the boats to advance before breaking the ice on the ground again to find a sail. Be careful, the temperature will then drop, so plan what you need. Chain the climbs using Babil’s power until you reach a large staircase. Then use two sails to outrun the storm. To conclude these quests, all you have to do is finish the Temple of Wind. Luckily, we’ve put together a guide for you!
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