This is a guide to finding the locations of Kikwi in Faron Woods for The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD for the Nintendo Switch. Read on to learn where to find all missing Kikwi, map locations, and steps on how to catch them!
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After reaching the Kikwi Elder, he will ask you to search for the other missing Kikwis hiding in Faron Woods. Fi will give you the ability to use dowsing to track the missing Kikwis.
|Crawl through the hole near the Elder Kikwi. Climb the vines and cross the tightrope. After defeating the Red Bokoblins ahead, roll into the Kikwi in tree to knock Lopsa, the first Kikwi out of the tree.
|Northwest of the woods, there should be some vines you can jump to which will let you climb the side of the wall. At the top, the second Kikwi, Erla, can be found hiding in the grass. Cut down all of the grass then talk to it.
|In the raised ledges west of the woods, search the grass next to the large tree for a hole you can drop down into. Follow the path and try to pick up the third Kikwi, Oolo, disguising as a shrub.
|How to Find Kikwi #1
From the Kikwi Elder, crawl underneath the hole under the large tree beside him.
Climb the vines inside the tree.
Cross the tightrope, while carefully avoiding or shaking away the grass bombs.
Once you go near a field and a kikwi on a tree, you will have to defeat a horde of Bokoblins.
Roll over the tree to catch the first Kikwi, Lopsa.
|How to Find Kikwi #2
From the first Kikwi location, swing over to the ledge.
Proceed forward until you see a wall with climbable vines.
Climb the vines and cross over by jumping.
Cut all the grass until the Kikwi, Erla, can be talked to.
|How to Find Kikwi #3
From the second Kikwi location, drop down the ledge.
Proceed forward until you see a hole, then crawl.
Go forward and climb the slope, then go right.
Proceed until you see a large tree and a hole, be wary of the Octorok.
Jump down the hole and move around until you see another tree.
Pick up the third Kikwi, Oolo, who is diguising a grass.
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