The Iron Hook Quest Walkthrough | Ghost of Tsushima

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This is a quest walkthrough for the Tale The Iron Hook in Ghost of Tsushima. Keep reading to find out how to complete this Tale, where to find it, and its rewards!

The Iron Hook Quest Location

Map
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Location Region
Komatsu Forge Izuhara
Prerequisite Hammer and Forge
The Tale of Ryuzo
The Tale of Lady Masako
The Tale of Sensei Ishikawa

The Iron Hook Quest Walkthrough

Objectives
1 Travel with Ryuzo and meet with the other Straw Hats. After regrouping, ride to Fort Yatate.
2 Go to the cliffside and jump over the gaps using your newly obtained iron hook to reach the back side of the camp.
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3 Go down, search for the cages, and free the 6 captured Straw Hats. Clear the area of Mongols then set off an alarm to signal Ryuzo.
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4 Open the gates to proceed and cut down the remaining Mongols to complete the tale.

The Iron Hook Quest Rewards

Rewards
Major Legend Increase Grapple Hook -

Ghost of Tsushima Related Links

Prologue
Prologue Walkthrough
Act 1: Rescue Lord Shimura
The Warrior's Code The Tale of Sensei Ishikawa The Broken Blacksmith
Blood on the Grass The Tale of Lady Masako The Tale of Ryuzo
Hammer and Forge The Iron Hook Shadow of the Samurai
A New Horizon - -
Act 2
A Message in Fire The Walls of Yarikawa Ghosts from the Past
The Coward of Yarikawa The Ghost of Yarikawa A Reckoning in Blood
The Fate of Tsushima From the Darkness -
Act 3
Honor and Ash Wolves at the Gates A Gathering Storm
Heart of the Jito Eternal Blue Sky The Tale of Lord Shimura

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