What is it about ancient shrines that always seem to attract evil mojo? I guess bad stuff can sense spiritual energy and just love to gobble it all up. Well, in every fantasy game with shrines contaminated with evil mojo, there’s a hero with the means to scrub that mess out of there, and Kena: Bridge of Spirits is no exception. Here’s how to restore the Fishing Shrine in Kena: Bridge of Spirits.
As part of the quest “Taro’s Love,” you need to restore four Ancient Shrines within the Forgotten Forest in order to gain access to the Guardian Tree. Three of these shrines are guarded by enemy encounters, and can be dealt with accordingly, but one of them requires a bit more brain power. The eastern shrine, the Fishing Shrine, doesn’t have an enemy encounter, but it’s blocked off by a Deadzone Heart. You’re gonna have to open that thing up before you can purify it.
How to Restore the Fishing Shrine in Kena: Bridge of Spirits
To restore the Fishing Shrine in Kena: Bridge of Spirits:
- Stand directly in front of the shrine and use your pulse to light the candles under it
- Use your bow to shoot the nearby crystals in this order: front-right, back-left, back-right, front-left
- Purify the Deadzone Heart with the Rot to restore the shrine
Located around the general vicinity of the shrine are four crystal targets. These targets need to be shot with your bow in a particular order to open up the Deadzone Heart. You can get a hint to this order by lighting the candles under the shrine with your pulse, but in concise terms, just shoot the crystal directly to the shrine’s right, the one behind Kena’s left, the one behind Kena’s right, and the one to the shrine’s left. This will open up the Deadzone Heart, allowing you to purify the shrine with the Rot.