Gripping the straps of your backpack, you wearily stared at the stony underpass littered with weeds, branches and scattered leaves; wondering if passing through the entrance and walking inside the forest filled with trees and who knew what else was on the other side would be worth it. You wondered if walking for ten miles up a mountain would in any way be okay as you glanced towards the chipped and tattered wooden sign that indicated how long and what to beware of for the hike that would soon ensue, but it wasn’t like you had a choice of turning back now.
You were then pushed into the other side of the underpass, stumbling slightly before blinking as you watched the boys laughing while someone patted your back softly. “Lighten up,” you heard Hoseok say, walking passed you before eyeing you over his shoulder, “it’s going to be amazing!”
Gulping, you turned behind you to see the parking lot void of any life as your cars settled side by side, completely empty as you all carried your needed necessities inside your packs. You were told that the trip was going to be fun, that the mountain you were supposed to be residing in was one of the most beautiful ones in the country, but somehow, something was eating at your brain as you felt a strange feeling prickling in the darkest pits of your stomach; that once you were off the mountain..
You beautiful soul. Thanks for translating the character sheet. If you haven't done so already could you please translate Goro page?
There was a lot of requests for Goro Akechi.
[…] = my personal comment/note
Gender: Male Height:
178 cm (5’ 10")
64 kg / 141.1 lbs School Year: 3rd year Zodiac:
AB (RH-) Family Structure: None (I live alone in an apartment building in the city)
Habit: I get lost in thoughts in the middle of conversations
Hobby: Bicycling (Ones that make use of easy turning in Tokyo), Bouldering [Rock Climbing], and other fashionable sports like darts.
Food Preference: Nothing in particular. Regarding food, I try out the latest popular dishes as a conversation piece. I don’t mind waiting in long lines for them. I use my hobby of bicycling to go around Tokyo to have a conversation with the adults. Since I have a relationship with adults, I have a reputation among Tokyo’s famous hidden stores and restaurants, but to tell you the truth, I have no interest in the food’s flavor
Ideal Type of Lover: Someone who can keep a sense of distance moderately.
If you won 700 million yen, what would you do? Travel and see the world in favor of broadening my horizons (after the end of my exams)
Message for someone in the phantom thieves: To the Phantom Thief Leader, Your look, your intelligence, your physical ability, I don’t see anything outstanding. But, I wonder why people gather around you…it’s truly interesting.
How to spawn the three dragons: Dinraal, Naydra, and Farosh
Flamebreaker Armor Set**
Snowquill Armor Set**
Zora Armor Set**
Thunder Helm or Rubber Armor Set**
** indicates the armor has been upgraded twice by the Great Fairy to gain the set bonuses Fireproof, Unfreezable, Swim Dash Stamina, and Electric proof.
PLEASE NOTE: No matter which of the dragons and armor sets you are wearing to get the immunity to the projectiles they spawn around them for, if you glide into the dragon’s body you will catch fire, freeze, or get zapped.
The dragons spawn shards that have various effects when mixed with elixirs and are used to upgrade several armor sets and can also be sold for high amounts of Rupees/Mon.
The item you get from the dragons depends on the area you shoot them with an arrow. You can only get ONE item per encounter so if you miss or need multiples you will need to start the cycle again.
Item Body Part to Shoot
Shard of ( ) Scale Body
Shard of ( ) Claw Foot
Shard of ( ) Fang Mouth
Shard of ( ) Horn Horn/Crest (above the eyes at the top of the head)
There is a stable next to the Tabantha Great Bridge.
Sleep/wait there until night.
Throw on the full Flamebreaker armor set and run up the side of the canyon on the same side as the stable is on.
Between 9PM and Midnight the dragon Dinraal can be found flying through the canyon.
Glide down and shoot him with an arrow in the region specified in the table above.
After getting the item that Dinraal drops in the canyon immediately swap to your Snowquill armor set and warp to the Spring of Wisdom (Jitan Sa'mi Shrine) at the Top of Mt. Lanayru.
Run out of the door and to the left, climbing over a boulder or two to get to the trail that leads up the mountain.
Follow the trail up (noted by white line in the screenshot) until you see the second cluster of ice spires on your right.
Climb this and jump off to glide down the mountain.
About 1/3 of the way down the mountain you will see a large ice spire sticking up as you descend (light green line).
Land on this and turn around to look at the top of the mountain.
The music will change and you should see the giant blue dragon flying up the left side of the screen to the top of the mountain.
Climb as far back up (following the dark green line) as you can, the dragon will circle the top of the mountain once before descending down the right (towards the Lanayru Road to the west) side, so you have a little time.
Then glide off the side of the mountain towards Naydra’s flight path on the south side of the mountain.
This is the hardest dragon to farm as the shards fly very far away and you must glide to the location to gather them.
The good news is if you glide near the dragon you can drop and glide again to catch her updraft multiple times to fly further.
Once you catch up to the item that spawns from Naydra swap to the Zora armor set and warp to the Shai Utoh Shrine directly behind the Lakeside Stable in the Faron region.
Run past the stable and up the path to the right.
Before the bridge you should see a small cliff outcrop.
Dive/glide from here and to the bottom of the waterfall directly in front of you.
Swim up the waterfall and glide to the ground on the right.
You should see Farosh on the far side of this and may even get caught in his updraft while gliding.
Pause and equip the Thunder Helm or Rubber armor set and then get closer to the dragon.
(Maybe not this close)
If you have any questions feel free to message me.
On Top of Her Game: 16-Year-Old Climbing Champion Ashima Shiraishi
To learn more about Ashima’s climbing career — and her foodie habits — follow @ashimashiraishi on Instagram.
Picture this: 6-year-old Ashima Shiraishi (@ashimashiraishi) is playing in New York City’s Central Park when for the very first time she spots people rock climbing. “I was immediately intrigued,” says Ashima, now 16, who’s often referred to as one of the world’s strongest climbers. Today, the NYC-native travels the world to conquer new challenges — Japan, Thailand and South Africa are three of her favorite locations where she’s bouldered and climbed — and she continues to stay on top as a champion, while constantly progressing by connecting to each and every movement. “You need to be graceful, but also powerful, like no other sport. And that’s something that really motivates me to keep on pushing myself.”