Hinox, Hinox and Hinox
This series of articles will treat about my journey throughout the entire game of Breath of the Wild, there might be spoilers. This article is about my journey on Mount Lanayru and its surroundings.
Previous article about hateno village : http://www.letswitch.eu/en/2017/03/06/botw-journal-4/
I decided to plan a journey through Mount Lanayru to see the Spring of Wisdom and maybe Naydra. I then prepared a ton of spicy dishes and elixirs to get warm for all my trip. I immediately saw a strange creature from afar on the peak of mount Lanayru, I had to fight a bunch a Lizalfos to get there. Once arrived I understood with horror that the beast was in fact Naydra cursed by Ganon’s malice. I fired an arrow in her evil eyes to cleanse her from her curse, then a chase in the air began as I hovered while shooting arrows on her Sauron eyes. The goddess thanked me for it and a hidden shrine appeared. Next I took some good time by shield surfing my way back off the mountain.
Down the mountain I met another ugly Hinox, he cried in pain when I shot him in the eye. Then the karma hit back, I met this incredible force of the nature, a Lynel. He was very fast, very strong and very resilient while being almost immune to every elements, it was the first time I had to run for my life, while dodging his rains of frozen arrows… Then I took the time to appreciate being alive by watching at the starry sky.
After all those encounters I explored the region betweens Lanayru Heights, Quatta’s Shelf and Pierre Plateau to met… another Hinox ! But an angry blue one this time. After a good fight, I took a ride with a deer, to encounter Kass again, he sung me another song for me to find an hidden shrine. At nightfall I saw Naydra, free where she belongs.
Because trouble always comes in threes, I found another Hinox which really wanted to eat me, he looked at me as I was a pastrami sandwich. Then I explored the ruins of Lanayru promenade, to find an hidden shrine behind the waterfall. I beat a blue moblin and a little further near the East gate it struck me