How To Finish Tears Of The Kingdom Teach Me A Lesson I:
Link will meet a lot of NPCs who need his help as he goes about his business within The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. Players who take a short diversion to help the people of Hyrule will be well repaid, and that is especially true for the Teach Me a Lesson tasks.
Both missions need to be done in order for Link to be able to use a field as a steady source of veggies. This guide explains everything you need to do to finish both quests within Tears of the Kingdom.
In The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, you can go to Hateno Village and do a quest called Teach Me a Lesson I to get a history lesson at the local school.
The kids there will want to go to the lesson, but they won’t want to hear about the 10,000-year-old disaster. They’ll wonder why they’re being taught about it.
Symin, the teacher, wants you to help her show the kids why it’s important to teach them about this. For the Tears of the Kingdom quest Teach Me a Lesson,
You’ll need to find a picture to display to the kids, which may prove a little hard to do. It took us a while to find it so we could teach the kids about it in school.
How To Get To Hateno School:
For the side quest to start, the player must find Hateno School. Hateno School is a new place that wasn’t in Breath of the Wild. Zelda paid for the school after the events of the initial game, so it wasn’t in that game.
To get to Hateno School, players need to go to Hateno Village, which is easiest to reach by flying northeast from the Rabella Wetlands Skyview Tower, then follow the signs. The school’s exact location is 3367, -1991, 0128.
First-time visitors to Hateno Village should use the Zanmik Shrine at coordinates 3469, -2178, as well as 0148 to quickly get there. It’s also important to note that the school has acceptable hours. Players should only go there between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m., when NPCs are going to be around to talk to.
Walkthrough For Teach Me A Lesson 1:
Teach Me A Lesson 1 serves as a side quest that takes a lot of moving but isn’t too hard. Here are the steps you need to take to finish it:
The kids of Hateno Village will be taught by Symin, an NPC from Breath of the Wild who has come back. The kids won’t believe anything he says unless he can prove it.
Symin asks Link to go to Kakariko Village as well as visit Lady Paya’s, formerly Lady Impa’s Hall, to take a picture of a special screen that shows the Great Calamity. She wants to teach them an important lesson about it.
You Have To Go To Kakariko Village And Reach At Paya’s Hall:
The player ought to then go to Kakariko Village and go to Paya’s Hall. Makasura Shrine, at coordinates 1770, -1051, 0166, is the best place to go fast. The hall’s exact location is 1784, -0984, as well as 0123. As the player enters the sleeping rooms, the view should be up the stairs as well as to the left.
When they get there, they can use the camera rune to capture a picture of the “screen showing the disaster.” Make sure the screen’s name comes upwards and that the whole screen fits in the frame.
To Finish This Mission You Have To Back To Hateno School Between 9 Am And 3 PM With Picture As Well As Talk To Symin:
To finish the quest, the player should go back to Hateno School between 9 a.m. as well as 3 p.m. with the picture and talk to Symin. Symin is going to demonstrate the picture to the kids as well as teach them a lesson. Link can sit in on this story if he wants to, but it won’t change the prizes.
When you finish Teach Me A Lesson 1, you get 10 Hylian Rice and can move on to Teach Me A Lesson 2. You can make curry, rice balls, risotto, as well as fried rice with Hylian rice. Keep at least one Hylian Rice, though, because it will help you finish Teach Me a Lesson 2.