TINY TINA’S WONDERLANDS PIECE LOCATIONS–WHERE TO FIND THEM
Soon after you have made it into Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands’ world, the first side quest – Knife to Meet You- introduces you to Shrines. These conspicuous structures are spread across the world’s different biomes and grant you various permanent bonuses if they can be restored. You will need to search for multiple shrine pieces.
Except for the Shrine Of Mool Ah, which requires only three pieces to be repaired, the rest require you to chase four shrine locations. Most of them can be found at the end of optional dungeons in the Overworld. Some are tied behind side quests.
Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands Shrinepiece Locations
Tina rings when you approach dungeons containing shrine pieces. You’ll find your way to dungeons that you haven’t yet completed. Their entrances are bathed with yellow light. This turns white when you defeat their denizens.
It is possible that you won’t be able to reach all the shrine pieces in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands immediately, as the main story progress is still working on some areas of the overworld.
You will also need special traversal skills, such as seeing invisible bridges connecting ruined stone columns or interacting with runes that disable barriers held in place using pillars of bones. These are not unlockable as part of the main story.
Restoring shrines will require patience. If you decide to move away from an area, you will find all the shrines and shrine pieces you have found are marked on the overworld map.
Shrines use the icon of the green diamond on top of small pedestals. They will also have a crosshair at the lower right corner before restoring them. Once all their pieces have been returned, a checkmark in the lower right corner is replaced with a green one. This is when icons turn transparent.
Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands shrine piece locations can be marked with green diamonds before you obtain them. Once you have retrieved them, they become transparent and get a green checkmark.
These are the permanent benefits you can unlock when restoring all six shrines.
- Shrine of Mool Ah – 10% Gold Gain
- Shrine of Grindanna: 10% Experience Gain
- Shrine of Zoomios: 15% Overworld Movement Speed
- Shrine of Throatus Prunus – 10% Crit Damage
- Shrine of Aaron G – 25% Loot Luck
- Shrine of the Crazed Earl – 10% Moon Orb Gain
Tiny Tina’s Secretlands Shrine Of Mool Ah Piece Locations
The first Mool Ah shrine location is located in the dungeon, where you will find the Knife to Meet You quest. The icons in the above image indicate that they are both relatively close. One is towards the northwest, and the other is towards the southwest.
Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands Shrine at Grindanna Piece Locations
As shown in the above image, the Grindanna shrine pieces are located in dungeons northeastern, east, or southwest of the shrine.
Tiny Tina’s Wunderland’s Shrine at Zoomios Locations
The Zoomies shrine piece is located northeast of the Mool Ah shrine behind wooden doors. These doors can only be opened once you have completed the A Realm in Peril sidequest from Paladin Mike in Brighthoof. The rest of the three can be found in dungeons.
Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands Shrine Of Throatus Punus Piece Locations
You will find all four Shrine of Throatus Punchus pieces within the dungeons. The image below shows the locations of the map icons.
Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands Shrine Of Aaron G Piece Locations
To unlock the Shrine of Aaron G piece, one must have special traversal abilities. The three remaining pieces are rewarded for completing the dungeons located in the last desert-covered area of the overworld, as shown in the above image.
Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands Shrine Of The Crazed Earl Locations
The Shrine Of The Crazed Earl can also be found in the final part of the overworld. One of its pieces is locked behind the completion of the Eye Lost It Side quest, which was obtained from a cyclops in a bit. You will need to brave dungeons for the remaining three.
This is all you need to know about the shrine pieces’ locations in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands. You can find more information about the game at active Shift. Also, see how the specification works.