The Shee Vaneer shrine puzzle in Breath of the Wild is called Twin Memories and is a challenge for many players.

There are a total of 120 shrines in Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Each has its own puzzle, the solution of which requires both the runic skills of Shea’s shapeshifter and the intelligence of the player. One of the most difficult shrines to solve is Shee Vaneer.

The Shee Vaneer Shrine In Breath Of The Wild

Shee Vaneer Shrine is located in western Necluda, west of Hateno Tower and southwest of Kakariko Village. It is located on top of a split mountain called Dueling Peaks. Opposite the shrine of Shee Vaneer is the shrine of Shee Vanath, located just on the opposite peak.

When players enter the Shee Vaneer Shrine, one of the most difficult shrines in Breath of the Wild, they will notice that the name of the challenge is “Twin Memories”. This gives them a good hint on how to complete the challenge. The solution to each of the puzzles can be found in the shrine opposite. There is also a riddle on a stone in each of the shrines that clarifies everything.

Solving Shee Vaneer

When Breath of the Wild players enter Shee Venath, the ground is divided into a five-by-five grid. Each will be highlighted in blue, meaning there is a ball in the circle, or orange, meaning there is no ball in the circle. To better see the pattern on the floor, players can stand on the platform and look down. The pattern on the floor of Shee Venath will look like this:

This is the solution to the Shee Venath Temple puzzle. Players must memorize this layout or simply take a picture of it using Sheikah Slate’s photo mode, then return to the Shee Vaneer shrine on the opposite peak, collect each of the balls on the ground and stack them on the Shee Venath floor layout.

To solve the Shee Venath puzzle, players must also memorize the layout of the Shee Venath floor and repeat the pattern in the other shrine. In case players start moving the balls before remembering the layout, the solution of the other puzzle is as follows:

Afterwards, players are free to explore the rest of the Hateno Tower lands, some of which are inhabited by the mysterious and long-lived Sheik people of Breath of the Wild.

Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is available on Nintendo Switch.