One of the best armor sets in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is the Froggy Armor set. This set allows you to vastly increase your slip resistance, allowing you to climb up any wall without needing to consume nearly as much stamina as it would take you with another armor set. However, like all things in the world of Zelda, the Froggy Armor set does not come easily. In order to obtain it, you need to complete a series of quests in Tears of the Kingdom, and one of the harder ones is called White Goats Gone Missing.
This quest is started through Penn at the Lucky Clover Gazette, which is found near Rito Village. Among the first tasks that Penn assigns requires you to visit the Tabantha Bridge Stable, where you will start the quest White Goats Gone Missing. If you want to learn how to complete this quest, look no further, as I have covered everything to know about White Goats Gone Missing in the guide below.
Completing White Goats Gone Missing in Tears of the Kingdom
At the Tabantha Bridge Stable, Penn will tell you that some of his goats have gone missing. After learning this, you can talk to Chork, who mentions that Zelda created a recipe using Hylian Pine Cones, which attracts goats. However, that recipe is gone in the wind. It’s now your job to gather food and find that recipe for Chork so he can create food to get the goats back.
Instead of the recipe being truly gone in the wind, though, I discovered that the empty pen near the stable is actually where you need to look. If you look on the ground near the stable, you will spot a trail of pine cones. Following this trail leads you to a pack of goats that gobbled up the recipe. If you don’t want to follow the trail, you can find the goat pack at these coordinates: -2562, 0414, 0150.
By finding the pack of goats, you can return to Chork, who will give you 50 Rupees for your efforts. You are now one quest closer to earning the Froggy Armor set in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, and it’s all thanks to completing the White Goats Gone Missing quest. If you’re struggling to find where Penn has gone off to next, you can read our previous guide on how to find all of the villages in Tears of the Kingdom.
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