Lomei Labyrinth Island, shrine walkthrough in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom

The Lomei Labyrinth Island shown on the TOTK map, marked by a star.

A map of the Lomei Labyrinth, with Link standing in the middle of the largest chamber in Tears of the Kingdom.

Link in Tears of the Kingdom standing in front of a terminal in the Lomei Labyrinth.

Igashuk Shrine as seen in Tears of the Kingdom, surrounded by maze walls

Link glides over a sky island with rocks outlining a square shape in Tears of the Kingdom

Link pilots an airship made of many fans and batteries in Tears of the Kingdom

Mogisari Shrine as seen in Tears of the Kingdom, sitting on a sky island surrounded by blue particles that indicate low gravity.

Link rides on a metal plate with wheels attached in Tears of the Kingdom

Link launches forward in a shrine on top of a metal plate with rockets attached to the sides in Tears of the Kingdom

A map of the Lomei SKy Labyrinth in Tears of the Kingdom, with several colored paths going in different directions. A Green path goes west, a pink path goes east and then north, a yellow path goes east and then very far north, and a blue path goes east, north, and then west.

Link glides along the wall of a maze in Tears of the Kingdom

Link interacts with a labyrinth terminal in Tears of the Kingdom

Link draws his bow against the top of a Flux Construct II enemy in Tears of the Kingdom

Link climbs up the blocks of a Flux Construct III in Tears of the Kingdom.

Link stands on top of a Flux Construct III near its core in Tears of the Kingdom

Link poses in the Evil Spirit set underground in Tears of the Kingdom

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The Lomei Labyrinth Island in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is another maze that hides two shrines: Igashuk Shrine and Mogisari Shrine. Like the other two labyrinths in Tears of the Kingdom, there are three parts — the surface maze, the sky maze, and the Depths maze.

The Lomei Labyrinth Island must be completed in that order, with each new phase opening up once the last is completed.

If you’ve completed the North Lomei Labyrinth or the South Lomei Labyrinth, the solution will look familiar to you. The Lomei Labyrinth Island follows the same rules as its counterparts; the first maze is navigating around gloom to get to the shrine in the center, following acorns and nuts as you go. The Lomei Labyrinth Sky Island opens up after that, and is where the second shrine is, after which you head into the glider maze. Lastly, the depths open to a battle with the Flux Construct III, where you’ll be rewarded with a piece of the Evil Spirit Armor and more loot.

When you’re done, our shrine locations page or interactive Hyrule map can direct you toward something else to do.

Lomei Labyrinth Island location

The Lomei Labyrinth Island shown on the TOTK map, marked by a star.

Graphic: Jeff Parkin, Nicole Carpenter/Polygon | Source images: Nintendo EPD/Nintendo via Polygon

The entrance to the Lomei Labyrinth Island is located within the Akkala Highlands at the coordinates (4655, 3549, 0089), in the Akkala Sea. You’ll see the big square maze at the farthest top, eastern portion of the map.

If you’ve unlocked the Ulri Mountain Skyview Tower, that’s a good starting point for gliding to the labyrinth — you can glide northeast from there. The sky and depths versions of the Lomei Labyrinth Island are directly above and below the surface area. There are some handy sky islands situated on the way, one of which is equipped with a Zonai flying device that makes getting over to the island a breeze.

Lomei Labyrinth Island maze walkthrough to reach the Igashuk Shrine

The Igashuk Shrine is located at the center of the maze — getting there is the puzzle itself. You’ll see a researcher campsite at the start of the maze, where the researcher notes they’ve left acorns and nuts as a pathway through. Following the acorns and nuts is pretty straightforward, but this maze is massive: The best way to get to the Igashuk Shrine and the dragon terminal is to skip the maze by dropping in from the top. Here’s where to drop in:

A map of the Lomei Labyrinth, with Link standing in the middle of the largest chamber in Tears of the Kingdom.

Image: Nintendo EPD/Nintendo via Polygon

Once you’ve glided over to the Lomei Labyrinth Island, make sure to land on the top of the maze. Run and glide over the gaps to get to the big platform in the back, middle of the maze. Hop down and follow the acorns path — very short — to a ladder that’ll bring you to the terminal and the entrance to the Igashuk Shrine.

Link in Tears of the Kingdom standing in front of a terminal in the Lomei Labyrinth.

Image: Nintendo EPD/Nintendo via Polygon

Igashuk Shrine walkthrough

Igashuk Shrine as seen in Tears of the Kingdom, surrounded by maze walls

Image: Nintendo EPD/Nintendo via Polygon

Igashuk Shrine is a Rauru’s Blessing shrine, which means you just have to enter to complete the shrine. Its exact location is at the coordinates of (4653, 3702, 0129). Inside, there’s a chest containing a large Zonai charge. Use the sigil to complete the shrine and collect the Light of Blessing.

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Lomei Sky Labyrinth location

Link glides over a sky island with rocks outlining a square shape in Tears of the Kingdom

Image: Nintendo EPD/Nintendo via Polygon

Once you’ve activated the terminal, you’ll be able to start the sky maze. Again, head back to the Ulri Mountain Skyview Tower and launch yourself into the air. Head north toward the maze, but make sure to stop at the Sokkala Sky Archipelago on your way. It’ll have a Zonai flying device. Add the extra batteries to the existing flier — and more if you have them. It’s a long way to the sky maze.

Start soaring! If you run out of batteries, you’ll need to use your Zonai charges until you’re close enough to glide over to the Lomei Sky Labyrinth. As you get closer, you’ll see the glowing green of the Mogisari Shrine.

Link pilots an airship made of many fans and batteries in Tears of the Kingdom

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Mogisari Shrine walkthrough

Mogisari Shrine as seen in Tears of the Kingdom, sitting on a sky island surrounded by blue particles that indicate low gravity.

Image: Nintendo EPD/Nintendo via Polygon

The Mogisari Shrine, at the coordinates (4655, 2500, 1010), is a fun one: “Courage to Jump.” Basically, you’re going to drive a pre-made Zonai vehicle over some jumps, steering on your way. It’s pretty straightforward — just follow the path. There are obstacles — fire, spikes, and lasers — but the car can make it through it all.

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If you want the treasure chest, take the left path after the lasers and smash the car into the rock wall — the chest is behind there and holds a mighty Zonaite shield.

Link rides on a metal plate with wheels attached in Tears of the Kingdom

Image: Nintendo EPD/Nintendo via Polygon

Continue forward. The last jump is the hardest, and the shrine provides some rockets to assist. Slap some rockets on the car and make the jump! Be careful on your landing, though, or the low gravity of the shrine could send Link soaring into the back wall.

Link launches forward in a shrine on top of a metal plate with rockets attached to the sides in Tears of the Kingdom

Image: Nintendo EPD/Nintendo via Polygon

Examine it to complete the shrine and collect the Light of Blessing.

Lomei Sky Labyrinth maze walkthrough

A map of the Lomei SKy Labyrinth in Tears of the Kingdom, with several colored paths going in different directions. A Green path goes west, a pink path goes east and then north, a yellow path goes east and then very far north, and a blue path goes east, north, and then west.

Graphic: Nicole Carpenter/Polygon | Source images: Nintendo EPD/Nintendo

Activate the dragon terminal in front of the Lomei Sky Labyrinth to open the maze.

Like with the North Lomei Sky Labyrinth and South Lomei Sky Labyrinth, the minimap is essential to getting through this maze. It’s a challenging maze that you will navigate using your glider and air bursts to unlock four terminals. The maze is complicated, but you’ll also have to manage stamina to make sure you don’t fall to the earth. This one is much larger than the other two, too — but don’t panic. With the minimap, it’s totally doable.

Instead of looking at the maze itself, look at your minimap and follow the blue pathway there to reach the four terminals. I barely even looked at the majority of the screen while navigating — just the minimap.

Link glides along the wall of a maze in Tears of the Kingdom

Image: Nintendo EPD/Nintendo via Polygon

Once you’ve reached all four terminals, there should be a huge burst of air to get you to the top of the maze.

Link interacts with a labyrinth terminal in Tears of the Kingdom

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Once you’re done with the four terminals, you’ll see the dragon terminal that’ll open the depths. The gate to the depths will open once that’s activated. Jump in!

Lomei Depths Labyrinth walkthrough

There’s not much of a puzzle down here, just a boss battle. Use a brightbloom seed once you’re close to the ground to light up the area. Otherwise, you’ll be running around in the dark. You can see the Flux Construct III under the grates you’ve landed on. Head down the stairs on either side of the room to start the fight.

Link draws his bow against the top of a Flux Construct II enemy in Tears of the Kingdom

Image: Nintendo EPD/Nintendo via Polygon

Fighting the Flux Construct III is not easy, but the strategy that consistently worked for me was targeting the Construct with a bomb flower arrow to kick off the fight (and do some extra damage).

Link climbs up the blocks of a Flux Construct III in Tears of the Kingdom.

Image: Nintendo EPD/Nintendo via Polygon

Then attack from the platform until the Flux Construct III starts shooting blocks at me in its platform form. Dodge the blocks, but run over to them once they’re still. I then hop on top and use Recall to reverse them — sending Link back up to the platform the Construct has created. Whack the glowing block with your weapon and the Construct will fall apart. Keep hitting the glowing block, then repeat as needed. I only had to use this strategy twice before the battle was done.

Link stands on top of a Flux Construct III near its core in Tears of the Kingdom

Image: Nintendo EPD/Nintendo via Polygon

The Flux Construct III will drop a bunch of loot. Make sure it pick it up, and Fuse the core — which you can’t pick up — to a weapon. A chest will spawn in the middle of the room with the Evil Spirit Armor inside.

Link poses in the Evil Spirit set underground in Tears of the Kingdom

Image: Nintendo EPD/Nintendo via Polygon

If you’ve done all three mazes, you’ll have completed the Evil Spirit set. Congrats! Before you leave the area, make sure to explore a bit. There’s a chest down here with a Soldier IV blade that does 49 damage.

  1. Polygon
  2. TOTK guides
  3. Interactive map
  4. Shrine map
  5. All armor sets
  6. Amiibo rewards
  7. Dragon Tear locations

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