In-isa Shrine

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In-isa Shrine,[1] designated by the trial name The Ability to Combine,[1] is a Shrine of Light in Tears of the Kingdom.

Entrance to the Shrine

The In-isa Shrine is located in the southwestern part of the Garden of Time on the Great Sky Island. In order to enter the Shrine of Light, Link must interact with the In-isa Shrine's entrance. During "The Closed Door" Main Quest, Rauru tasks Link with visiting three of the Shrines of Light on the Great Sky Island to restore his Right Arm's Ancient Powers, with In-isa Shrine being one of them.[2]

Themes and Navigation

A screenshot of Link receiving the power of Fuse.
Link receiving Fuse

Once Link enters In-isa Shrine, he is greeted by the Spirit of Rauru,[3] who grants him the Fuse ability.[4] The In-isa Shrine is heavily built around the use of the Fuse ability, with multiple cracked pillars and flammable elements. In its first room are three Boulders that can allow Link to break the nearby cracked pillars when Fused onto a Weapon. Once Link has broken through to the second room, he arrives at a crossroads. The path forward is blocked by a Locked Door while the path to the right features a Fire Fruit garden with six Fire Fruit Trees and a flammable shelf on its far wall. Two stationary Torches can be found to the side corners of this room if Link is unable to successfully Fuse the Fire Fruits to his Arrows to burn the shelf and retrieve the Treasure Chest atop it.

By bringing the Small Key from this Treasure Chest back to the Locked Door, Link is able to advance to the final rooms of the Shrine of Light. The penultimate room acts as a battlefield where a Captain Construct I immediately Fuses a Rock onto its Weapon to form a Rock Hammer. The center of this room is covered in flammable Piles of Leaves while the sides of the room feature ledges with different Objects atop them. The ledge to the left contains two Spikes while the ledge to the right hosts a Fire Fruit Tree.

A Statue of Rauru and Sonia can be found at the end of the In-isa Shrine. By interacting with the Terminal in front of the Statue, Link can receive a Light of Blessing to cleanse the corruption of Darkness from within him.[5][6]

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Treasure Chests

Treasure Chest
Contents
Notes

On a wooden shelf high on the wall above the Fire Fruit room

Treasure Chest
Contents
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Atop a cracked rock pillar to the left of the stairs leading to the Locked Door

Treasure ChestContentsNotes

On a wooden shelf high on the wall above the Fire Fruit room

Atop a cracked rock pillar to the left of the stairs leading to the Locked Door

Nomenclature

Names in Other Regions
LanguageNames
Japan
Japanese
インイサのほこら祠
The Republic of ChinaThe Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of ChinaThe Macao Special Administrative Region of China
ChineseTR
伊恩伊薩神廟 (Yīēnyīsà Shénmiào)
The People's Republic of China
ChineseSI
伊恩伊萨神庙 (Yīēnyīsà Shénmiào)
Canada
FrenchCA
Sanctuaire In Isa
The French Republic
FrenchEU
Sanctuaire In Isa
The Federal Republic of Germany
German
In-iza-Schrein
The Italian Republic
Italian
Sacrario di Hin Isan
The Republic of Korea
Korean
이음이사의 사당
The Kingdom of Spain
SpanishEU
Santuario de Inisa
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References

  1. 1.0 1.1 "The Ability to Combine
    In-isa Shrine
    " — Game Screen (Tears of the Kingdom)
  2. "In any case, that arm should allow you to open this door. It seems to have lost the power to do so. You might be able to restore it, but you would need to enter a place filled with sacred light... Ah, of course. Why not visit the shrines on this island? The shrines... Yes, I am sure they are the key." — Rauru (Tears of the Kingdom)
  3. "So you've made it here. Now then, extend your right hand." — Rauru (Tears of the Kingdom)
  4. "This is the Fuse ability. It allows you to fuse something nearby to your weapon or shield, thereby enhancing it. Why not pick up that sword just ahead and then fuse a nearby object to it? Use Fuse, and receive the blessing from this shrine." — Rauru (Tears of the Kingdom)
  5. "You have done well to reach this place... We offer this light that will cleanse you of evil." — Statue (Tears of the Kingdom)
  6. "May the Light of Blessing grant you the strength you seek." — Statue (Tears of the Kingdom)