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Travel Medallion

Travel Medallion

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The Travel Medallion in use

"This mysterious tool was made using forgotten ancient technology. Place it by opening your pouch and registering your current location as a travel gate."

— In-Game Description

The Travel Medallion is a Key Item found in Breath of the Wild with The Master Trials DLC. It allows Link to create a fast-travel point which he can warp to at will. This works very similarly to how Link can warp to the many Shrines across Hyrule.

The Medallion establishes a warp point where Link is currently standing, so that Link can return to that point from afar. However, Link cannot place the warp point until he reaches said destination by foot in the first place. The warp point cannot be placed if Link is mid-air, scaling or not on solid ground.

Given the terrain and inclination of the land, the medallion's marker may not appear under Link, but will show up on the map.

The Medallion is available by accessing the Inventory Menu using the (+) button; as such, it cannot be accessed through the Map Menu with the (-) button, as that only gives Link access to the pre-established warp point.

EX Teleportation Rumors!

Main article: EX Teleportation Rumors!

The Travel Medallion is part of the EX Teleportation Rumors! side quest that is unlocked when The Master Trials DLC is activated. The quest leads Link to the South Akkala Stable, where he will find the Super Rumor Mill V2 book. The book will talk about the Travel Medallion and indicates it is located beneath a labyrinth in northeast Akkala.

The rumor is referring to the basement of Lomei Labyrinth Island, located at the far northeast corner of the map. Link will first need to complete the Trial of the Labyrinth shrine quest in order to find the Tu Ka'loh Shrine‎‎. After completing the quest, he will gain access to the basement of the shrine (a hole in the floor directly south of the shrine on the same floor; burning some thorns may be needed to see it). Drop down to the basement through the wind geyser. Beware of the many Guardian Stalkers and Decayed Guardians in the area. The treasure chest at the south end of the map contains the Travel Medallion. A Diamond Circlet is in the middle chest.

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Sours: https://www.zeldadungeon.net/wiki/Travel_Medallion

The Master Trials DLC brings the Travel Medallion and its associated “EX Teleportation Rumors!” side quest into The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. The Travel Medallion lets you create an ad hock fast travel location wherever you’re standing. You can leave, then come right back without needing to find a nearby shrine or tower.

You can only have one Travel Medallion fast travel location at a time, so you’ll have to be a little careful about how you use it. Put differently, creating a second point will erase the first one.

The EX Teleportation Rumors! side quest

When you boot up Breath of the Wild after installing The Master Trials DLC, you’ll receive the EX Teleportation Rumors!” side quest. Its text says:

Rumor has it there's a tool that allows you to instantly travel to wherever you've placed it.

Apparently South Akkala Stable has a copy of Super Rumor Mill EX, which details some rumors about this rare item…

Shockingly, the first thing you need to do is travel to South Akkala Stable.

How to find the Travel Medallion: South Akkala Stable

Travel to South Akkala Stable, in northeastern Hyrule. The closest warp point is Ze Kasho shrine. Enter the stable, and look for a book on a table. Read it, and you’ll find a new waypoint in the EX Teleportation Rumors! side quest. The quest’s text then changes to:

You read Super Rumor Mill EX: Volume 2! According to this special issue, there are rumors of an item that lets you instantly travel to a location of your choosing.

The treasure chest containing this item is supposedly located in northeast Akkala, hidden beneath a labyrinth.

If you believe the rumors, try to find the labyrinth and locate the treasure chest!

The text refers to Lomei Labyrinth Island, an island off the coast at the far northeast of Hyrule. Beyond The Master Trials, both the Trail of the Labyrinth shrine quest and Tu Ka'loh shrine (the closest warp point) appear there.

If you haven’t completed the Trail of the Labyrinth shrine quest and Tu Ka'loh shrine, check out our guides, which will help you navigate the maze.

How to find the Travel Medallion: Lomei Labyrinth Island

The path ahead of you is filled with Guardians. Since you’re in the area, make the trip to the Akkala Ancient Tech Lab to purchase the Ancient Armor, which provides damage reduction against Breath of the Wild’s mechanical foes. Of course, if you already have it, equip and consider upgrading it. And while you’re there, it’s a good idea to buy some Ancient Arrows, which kill guardians with one eyeshot.

Just in front of Tu Ka'loh shrine, you’ll see an updraft streaming up from a hole in the ground. Jump down into it.

After you land, directly in front if you on a little podium, you’ll find a treasure chest with the Diamond Circlet, which decreases damage from Guardians. It’s a fine thing to have here, considering that you’re surrounded by Guardians, and as soon as you open the chest, four of them will take aim at you.

Equip the Ancient Armor, Guardian weapons or the Master Sword (check out our Master Sword guide if you don’t have it yet), the Hylian Shield (it deflects Guardian lasers, and you can get it easily with our Hylian Shield guide) and any Ancient Arrows you have in your inventory to fight the mechanized beasts.

You don’t have to fight them all, but you can’t avoid some of them. Use the room’s pillars and Guardians as cover to block the Guardians’ lasers. But beware: some deactivated Guardians aren’t actually deactivated, and they may spring to life when you approach.

We fought all of the Guardians and looted the deactivated ones, because this room is a cornucopia of Ancient Gears, Ancient Springs, Ancient Screws and Ancient Shafts — and you can never have too many of those.

The treasure chest (marked with an “EX”) containing the Travel Medallion is on the side of the room opposite the updraft, sitting against the wall. Opening it will complete the “EX Teleportation Rumors!” side quest.

Sours: https://www.polygon.com/zelda-breath-of-the-wild-guide-walkthrough/2017/6/30/15900666/travel-medallion-find-location-use-the-master-trials-dlc-ex-teleportation-rumors-side-quest
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Travel Medallion
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Main appearance(s)

Breath of the Wild

Use(s)

Creating fast travel points anywhere

The Travel Medallion is an Item in Breath of the Wild.[1] It is exclusive to The Master Trials DLC Pack.

Location and Uses

The Travel Medallion can be found inside a Treasure Chest in the chamber underneath Lomei Labyrinth Island. Its location is hinted at in Super Rumor Mill EX: Volume 2 in South Akkala Stable as part of the "EX Teleportation Rumors!" Side Quest.[2] The Travel Medallion can be used to register Link's current position as a fast travel point on the Map. Only one location can be registered at a time.[3]

Nomenclature

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  • Fast travel point created by a Travel Medallion

References

  1. ↑"Travel Medallion
    This mysterious tool was made using forgotten ancient technology. Place it by opening your pouch and registering your current location as a travel gate.
    " — Inventory (Breath of the Wild)
  2. ↑"Traysi here! No matter where I go, my love for rumors inevitably follows... Don't you make it a point to dig up rumors while traveling? In any case, today's topic of discussion is... The Dream of Teleportation! Apparently, there was once an ancient medallion that could instantly teleport you to wherever you placed it... What's more, this wondrous item may still be somewhere out there, just waiting to be scooped up! I must say, it sounds like the perfect item for travelers, adventurers, and rumor-lovers alike! I hear the treasure chest containing this tool is located beneath a labyrinth in northeast Akkala. Is it true, or just a beautiful dream? I'll let you decide that for yourself, dear reader. Traysi's Recommendation: ★★★★★" — Super Rumor Mill V2 (Breath of the Wild)
  3. "Somewhere in the world, there is a chest with a Travel Medallion inside. When you use this, you can register your current location as a fast travel point on the map. You can only register one location using the Travel Medallion." — Expansion Pass DLC Pack 1 Detailed, Zelda.com, retrieved May 1, 2017.
Sours: https://zelda.fandom.com/wiki/Travel_Medallion
How to Get Midna's Helmet \u0026 Travel Medallion Breath of the Wild Expansion Pass - Austin John Plays

Zelda DLC 1 - Travel Medallion location and the EX Teleportation Rumors quest explained

The EX Teleportation Rumors quest is one of many new missions added as part of Zelda: Breath of the Wild's first DLC pack.

Playing it through will take you to the Travel Medallion location, an item that allows you to fast travel to any location you choose.

As well as the below we have a Zelda: Breath of the Wild DLC 1: The Master Trials guide, with help on the Korok Mask location and the treasure locations for Majora's Mask, Tingle, Phantom and Midna outfits.

Or, if you're after help for the main game itself, consult our Zelda: Breath of the Wild walkthrough and guide.

How to start the EX Teleportation Rumors quest

Head to East Akalla Stable (it's just north west of Akkala Tower, or a short distance east of Eldin Tower, and if you have visited the Ze Kasho Shrine, then fast travel to that to save time) and find the Super Rumor Mill V2 on the table inside.

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Read it, and you'll learn the medal is located in a treasured chest "beneath a labyrinth in northeast Akalla".

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The area in question is the Lomei Labyrinth Island, which is the square island in the far north-east corner of the map, and directly north of the Akkala Ancient Tech Lab.

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Complete the maze if you haven't already (and if you have, fast travel to the Tu Ka'loh Shrine within) and you'll notice a hole in the floor ahead of the Shrine with a gust of wind travelling up.

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Travel Medallion location

Before you drop down, we highly recommend you equip high level armour and a Guardian laser rebounding shield, such as the Hyrule Shield, as you're going to come up against some heavy resistance.

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Head down, and when you open the chest in the middle of the area (containing a Diamond Circlet, which is a headpiece that reduced Ancient enemy damage, if you want to equip it right now) several stationary Guardians will set their sights upon you.

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You can sprint straight ahead (south) where the EX chest is on the far wall, but expect to be blasted to bits along the way.

Our recommendation is to fight them to make your life easier, and also to collect some Ancient Materials.

Raise your shield and back off, and since the lasers should be honed upon you at the same time, deflecting them several of them back at once should be possible. (We discuss the timing of this in our how to beat Guardians easily page.)

:: Pokémon Sword and Shield walkthrough and guide

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Whatever you do, open the chest and the Travel Medallion is yours.

Zelda: Breath of the Wild walkthrough and guide

Want more help? Our Zelda: Breath of the Wild walkthrough and guide steps to completing the game's main quests - including Divine Beasts Vah Ruta, Vah Rudiana, Vah Medoh and Vah Naboris - as well as how to find the Master Sword, Hylian Shield and all Captured Memories locations and Great Fairy Fountain locations, while our Shrines locations and Shrine maps hub explains where to find and solve every puzzle room, including dragon locations and Labyrinth solutions. We also have advice on how to beat Guardians, where to get easy Rupees, tame horses, find how to get cold resistance, fire resistance and heat resistance, and learn the most effective means of cooking with ingredients for bonus effects. We also have a DLC 1 guide and DLC 2 guide, including all Tingle, Majora's Mask, Phantom, Midna outfit locations.

How to use the Travel Medallion

To use the Travel Medallion, open your inventory and go all the way to Key Items at the end, and press the A button to place it at your location. It'll then appear on the map for you to travel to at any time.

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As the game mentions, you can only use one it in one location at a time. Though towards the end of your adventures your map is probably littered with fast travel points, we suspect this will come in handy for any material grinding spots you might have.

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Sours: https://www.eurogamer.net/

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