Zelda Tears of the Kingdom Iun-orok Shrine guide and walkthrough

Zelda Tears of the Kingdom Iun Orok Shrine
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The Zelda Tears of the Kingdom Iun-orok Shrine contains the Right Roll puzzle, which is focused on rolling balls down slopes and into targets, is a difficult one, especially at the end when the challenge suddenly spikes out of nowhere with one of the fiddliest puzzles in all TOTK. However, we've managed to solve it with a lot of trial and error, and can lay out how you too can work out how to beat the Right Roll puzzle of Iun-orok shine, one of the hardest in all of Tears of the Kingdom. Roll on, victory!

How to beat the Iun-orok Shrine in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom

The Zelda Tears of the Kingdom Iun-Orok Shrine starts easily enough, but suddenly ramps it up for the final section of the shrine. Nonetheless, we've got a full guide and walkthrough below to take you through it step-by-step. 

  1. Upon entering the Shrine, there'll be a metal ball, a ramp, and a pressure plate target ahead of you.
  2. Use Ultrahand to drop the ball onto the middle of the ramp, so it rolls down and hits the target, turning it green. If you miss, the ball will reappear at the top so you can try again.
  3. Walk through the open door to find two balls. This time the ramp is angled in a triangular shape.

Zelda Tears of the Kingdom Iun Orok Shrine

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  1. Use Ultrahand to glue the balls together, as above, and put them on the ramp so that the peak sits between them. This should cause them to roll down the ramp and hit the target (it might take a few goes).
  2. Walk through the newly-opened door. Now you'll see three balls, an S-shaped ramp, and a target off to the side. This is where things get tricky, but first stack them together to make a ramp up to the treasure chest at the side of the room.

Zelda Tears of the Kingdom Iun Orok Shrine

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  1. The key here is to glue the balls together so that they naturally roll to the right and pick up enough speed to hit the target, without missing. There's no easy way to do this, as so much depends on how you place them, where and what angle, but I actually did it with two balls stuck together, not three, placed on the ramp as above.
  2. Keep trying until you get it right (you can Recall your failed attempts if you're quick enough), and eventually the door to the end will open, allowing you to glide through.

Congratulations, you've done it! I don't blame you for feeling frustrated after that, so you should get some air. In fact, why not journey up to the Sky Realm and get all the Zelda Tears of the Kingdom Sage's Wills? We've got all of their locations listed in the attached guide, so you can upgrade your Sage companions and give them increased damage in combat. It's a big search though and will bring you against some of the toughest boss fights you can find - including the notoriously deadly King Gleeok, Zelda Tears of the Kingdom's hardest enemy.

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