Get your big brains ready, it’s time to solve a puzzle. But it might not really use much brain.
Legend of Zelda is a beautiful-looking game, much praised by everyone for its story, breathtaking art style, and the whole experience of the game. Published only for Nintendo consoles, it’s an action-adventure game published and developed by Nintendo.
It even got the game of the year award so no surprise that it touched so many hearts, and it deserves it well.
There are around 130 Shrines in Legend of Zelda and some are unique and different from others. Their look, feel – attracts players and makes them wonder. One of these shrines is the “Shrine of Vaneer”, which is like the “Shrine of Venath”. They both stand out from others and look similar, and thus their name is “Twin memories”.
Want to go there? We’ll help you!
First, let’s know where they are.
After leaving the great plateau, these are one of the first shrines you’ll find. Situated near striking Dueling Peaks, they can be seen without much trouble when you travel east from the great plateau.
How do they look?
They will look like this:
The solution to Shee Vaneer Puzzle
On entering the shrine, you encounter this message written:
The shrines atop these peaks share a connection – their memory the answer to the other’s question.
Commit to memory before you start, lest, a failure, you will depart.
Aside from this, you’ll see five big orbs around placed in different sockets in a 5 by 5 grid. What are they? it’s a pattern. The thing is, there’s something interesting that connects even the solutions of both shrines of Vaneer and Vera. Wanna know what it is?
The pattern of orbs in Shrine of Vaneer is the solution of Shrine of Verath, and vice versa. So, for solving the puzzle of the shrine of Vaneer, you will have to go to the Shrine of Verath and note the pattern of the orb. Too lazy? Alright, we’ll do the work for you!
Here’s the solution for Shee Vaneer Shrine. It’s basically the pattern of orbs you see in Verath, so when you go to Verath you will have to change its pattern to what was a pattern of Vaneer. Simple enough, eh!