The Stalhorses from Breath of the Wild have returned for the sequel, introducing a new form of transportation that is particularly useful at night. However, there are only two key locations on the huge Hyrule realm where the monsters can spawn. Check below to know How to Get Skeleton Horse in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom.
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Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom – How to Get Skeleton Horse
The Stalhorses reside either in the depths of the Depths level or in the Sanidin Park Ruins in the Hyrule Ridge region. The unique horse only emerges at night, therefore players will need to use the fast forward function around campfires or lodges to track it down at the right time.
The coordinates “-1658, -0592, 0120” will lead you to the Sanidin Park Ruins if you haven’t accessed them yet.
If you haven’t already, begin the Horse Guard’s Request side quest in the nearby stable to find some skeleton horses in the area. Or they can descend into the Depths via one of the craters and find their native environment there. For instance, you can get to them from the Nisoij Lightroot by traversing the Hyrule Field Chasm at the coordinates [-0240, -0328, 0027].
You may now find the Stalhorses to the right of a campfire and tame them in the same way that regular horses are tamed.
Bringing the unique horses up from the Depths is unlikely without the development of an Ultrahand conveyance equipment. Remember that the animals will perish if exposed to light, however the dim lighting in the Depths will allow you to move around unhindered.
The Horse Guard’s Request
Talk to Toffa at the Outskirt Stable at the coordinates of “-1449, -1252, 0032” to begin the Horse Guard’s Request.
Talk to Toffa, who will be standing to the right of the stable, to learn more about the location of the skeleton horse among the ruins of Sanidin Park. After arriving, players can ride the local Stalhorses back to Toffa.
One Pony Point and a Purple Rupee (equal to fifty regular Rupees) will be awarded to you. In addition, bringing back a bear or deer discovered in the wilds of Hyrule will complete the rest of the mission.
Since stable owners will refuse to accept Stalhorses for registration out of fear, it is impossible to register a Stalhorse. You’ll just have to make the most of your time together after dark or go looking for them in the Depths.
Players can still collect Pony Points for each stable and tame additional special horses in Tears of the Kingdom, such as the Golden horse.