Zelda Tears of the Kingdom: How to find Majora's Mask

As far as we can tell, all previously Amiibo-exclusive items from Breath of the Wild are now earnable in-game for The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom - and Majora's Mask is no different. Fittingly, the method of obtaining it doesn't require too much of a puzzle; but you'll absolutely shed blood, sweat and tears in order to get it. Here's all you'll need to know in order to make the iconic Zelda item your own.

Where and How to find Majora's Mask

Directly underneath the Coliseum Ruins near the Great Plateau, you can find their mirror in the Floating Coliseum waiting below in the Depths. To get Majora's Mask, you must complete the Floating Coliseum's challenge - but be warned, this is quite possibly the most difficult challenge in the game. If you take the time to check the 5 gates surrounding the arena you'll have an idea what's waiting for you; but approach the chest in the center of the Coliseum to confirm your entry in the challenge. You'll be sealed in, and the first of 5 increasingly dangerous Lynels will be released. To earn Majora's Mask, you will have to defeat 1 of each gloom-infested Lynel; a regular Lynel, a  Blue Lynel, a White Lynel, a Silver Lynel and finally an armored Silver Lynel one after the other with no breaks.

It goes without saying, but be sure to bring plenty of health-restoring meals, as many Fairies as you can hold, and - especially important! - enough gloom-healing meals that can ensure you won't be stuck with 1 heart by the end of the encounter. While you should try and bring the strongest weapons you can muster, thankfully every Lynel you beat will also bolster your inventory - though you'll want to be quick if you're planning to make use of their materials to strengthen your weapons before the next wave properly starts.

No matter how prepared you are, unless you've gotten your flurry rushes down pat and have enhanced armor - you're going to have a rough time getting out of this challenge unscathed. If you manage to take down the last Lynel, however, the gloom encompassing the chest in the center of the Coliseum will lift, and you'll be able to claim your prize - Majora's Mask. Its stats aren't anything to write home about, not that it matters once you're capable of surmounting this challenge, but it does feel like a fitting reward for the chaos needed to unlock it. Congrats on your new equipment; you've earned it.