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Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom (TotK) — How to Get Tingle Set

Here's our guide to help you with Misko's Treasures Manuscripts to get the full Tingle Set in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom.

The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom Tingle Set consists of three unique pieces of clothing. This outfit is a reference to the eponymous supporting character from previous games. As such, wearing the gear would make Link look a bit like him, too. Here’s our guide to help you with Misko’s Treasures Manuscripts to get the full Tingle Set in TotK.

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How to Get the Full Tingle Set in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom (TotK)

Before you can acquire the Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom Tingle Set, you’ll actually need something else: the Fierce Deity Armor Set. That’s because this quest is given by the two brothers who’d feel a bit jealous since Link’s been grabbing all the treasures. You can learn more in our Fierce Deity Armor Set guide.

Assuming you already have the gear pieces, you’ll want to talk to the two brothers, Domidak and Prissen. They’re still at their old spot in Cephla Lake Cave, which straddles the border between Eldin and Akkala. The coordinates are: 2616, 1309, 0149.

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The duo will start discussing more of Misko’s Treasures. This time, though, you can only get a hint if you pay 100 rupees. Since there are three of these, expect to pony up 300 rupees in total.

The Misko’s Treasure Manuscripts side quests will then appear in your log. These will take you to several locations, mostly in the southern reaches of the map. You can refer to the guides below:

As an aside, if you don’t have enough rupees to spare, I suggest just grabbing the treasures based on the info in our guides. Later, after you obtain the items and once you have enough money, you can talk to the brothers to start and immediately complete the quests.

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So, what can you expect once you’ve acquired the Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom Tingle Set? Well, each piece has +2 defense rating (for a total of +6 defense). It’s not something I’ve ever used in battles. Still, if you’re one of Tingle’s two dozen fans, you’ll probably want Link to look like him.

Now you know how to get the TotK Tingle set. Be sure to visit our Zelda: TotK guides hub for more tips, strategies, and walkthroughs.

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