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The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild guide and walkthrough
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77 d ago
Zelda: Breath Of The Wild Guides And Tips
Unlike recent games in the series, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is fairly indirect in how it shepherds you through its world. While it reveals some details, most of the time it's up to you to figure out how to survive. That's why we've compiled all of our in-depth guides to better help you in your journey to understand and overcome the game's myriad threats and mysteries. Keep in mind, there are potential spoilers in some of the guides below.
You can also check out our full review of the game , as well as our feature detailing everything you need to know about it. Be sure to check back often as we update this article with our upcoming Breath of the Wild guides and features.
Table of Contents [ hide ] Early Game Guides Beginner's Guide Things The Game Doesn't Tell You How To Care For Your Horse How To Survive Every Environment All The Weapons We've Found (So Far) All The Armor We've Found (So Far) How To Make Money How To Find Korok Seeds Cooking Tips And Tricks Late Game Guides Great Fairy Fountain Locations How To Find The Master Sword All The Memory Locations How to Defeat Breath of the Wild's Mini-Bosses How To Get The Best Armor Sets Guides to Fun Unlockables How To Get Monster Masks How To Dye Your Clothes Amiibo Unlock Guide Everything You Can Ride How To Buy A House
Early Game GuidesBeginner's Guide
It's dangerous to go alone in the world of Breath of the Wild; the unwary can perish in a matter of seconds. That's why we've compiled beginner's tips to help you become a veteran survivalist of Hyrule. For a condensed take on what you need to know, watch the video above. Otherwise, check out our comprehensive guide for the full details. [ Beginner's Guide ]
Things The Game Doesn't Tell You
There are numerous important mechanics and concepts that the game never explains outright. At times the game alludes to them, but the majority of the time, you're left to figure them out on your own, either by experimenting or completing a sidequest that introduces a particular mechanic. With so many veiled secrets, we've compiled a plethora of useful things to know to help you on your journey. [ Things The Game Doesn't Tell You ]
How To Care For Your Horse
Breath of the Wild changes the tradition from past games in the series by removing Link's iconic trusty steed, Epona. Instead, you must find your own horse. Check out the video above for some tips on how to better tame and care for it. [ How To Care For Your Horse ]
How To Survive Every Environment
Pretty much everywhere you go in Zelda: Breath of the Wild can be dangerous, but some areas require more specific preparation than others. Venturing out in the middle of a thunderstorm or scaling a snowy mountain can be deadly, if not downright impossible, without the right gear, items, and knowledge. Here’s what you need to know to survive in almost every situation. For a condensed version of the guide, watch the video above. Otherwise, check out our comprehensive version for the full details. [ How To Survive Every Environment ]
All The Weapons We've Found (So Far)
There are plenty of weapons to find in Breath of the Wild. In our time spent with the game, we've found quite the arsenal. Take a look at all the weapons that we've found so far. [ All The Weapons We've Found (So Far) ]
All The Armor We've Found (So Far)
Breath of the Wild has a plethora of awesome armor sets to discover. In our time spent with the game, we've been able to find a decent amount. Check out each armor set we've found thus far. [ All The Armor We've Found (So Far) ]
How To Make Money
Money can be hard to come by in Zelda: Breath of the Wild , but if you’re resourceful, you can get rich in no time. We detail seven tips to keep your pockets full of Rupees. Check out our comprehensive version for the full details. [ How To Make Money ]
How To Find Korok Seeds
If you’ve been playing through Zelda: Breath of the Wild for even a few hours, you might have noticed that you have very little inventory space for weapons, bows, and shields. Luckily, you can expand your inventory slots! All you have to do is find Koroks, children of the forest that are hiding all over the map. When you find one, it will give you a Korok seed, which you can then trade to an adorable musician named Hestu for inventory slots. There are 11 different kinds of Korok hiding spots and 900 Korok seeds total--you can get them all for completion, but you’ll only need 441 to max out your inventory slots. Rather than show all 900 locations, we’ve put together everything you need to know to find as many as you need. [ How To Find Korok Seeds ]
Cooking Tips And Tricks
Cooking is essential to your survival in Breath of the Wild. Eating food raw will restore a very small amount of your hearts, but cooking food will maximize its health benefits--and sometimes grant you useful side effects, like the cold resistance you need to safely travel through snow. For a condensed version of the guide, watch the video above. Otherwise, check out our comprehensive version for the full details. [ Cooking Tips And Tricks ]
Late Game GuidesGreat Fairy Fountain Locations
It's possible to upgrade your armor in the game. But to do so, you must reawaken the power of any of the four Great Fairies that exist in the world. However, finding them is a difficult task if you're not sure where to look. Here are details on how to find the Great Fairies, as well as how to reawaken them. For a condensed version of the guide, watch the video above. Otherwise, check out our comprehensive version for the full details. [ Great Fairy Fountain Locations ]
How To Find The Master Sword
Breath of the Wild breaks away from tradition, discarding many of the time-honored tropes the series has been known for. Despite this, it still keeps a few iconic elements from past games. The most notable is the Master Sword, which remains a useful tool you can use to complete your quest. But acquiring the blade is no easy task, as it's hidden somewhere beyond your reach. Here are directions to help you find the Master Sword. [ How To Find The Master Sword ]
All The Memory Locations
As you explore, you can discover special cutscenes called Captured Memories. These scenes are triggered when you reach specific locations that correspond to photographs in your Sheikah Slate's album. Finding these memories is difficult, as it requires an intimate knowledge of the world. To help you obtain and find all the memories, we've compiled a guide with details on the locations of all 12. [ All The Memory Locations ]
How to Defeat Breath of the Wild's Mini-Bosses
Are the Lynels causing you trouble? Is the Stone Talus rocking your world? Here are some pointers on how to take down Breath of the Wild's massive mini-bosses. [ How to Defeat Breath of the Wild's Mini-Bosses ]
How To Get The Best Armor Sets
You start your adventure with nothing but an old shirt and well-worn trousers. But as you progress, there are myriad armor sets to find that offer more useful bonuses than just an increase to your defense. Whether it’s a boost to your attack or climbing speed, there's something for every situation. That's why we've compiled a guide on how to find the best armor sets available in the game. [ How To Get The Best Armor Sets ]
Guides to Fun UnlockablesHow To Get Monster Masks
You can find monster masks in the game, which allow you to blend in with the corresponding enemy it represents. They're handy pieces of equipment that are well worth tracking down. Check out how to find monster masks and Kilton, the eccentric merchant that sells them. For a condensed version of the guide, watch the video above. Otherwise, check out our comprehensive version for the full details. [ How To Get Monster Masks ]
How To Dye Your Clothes
Unlike previous games in the series, Breath of the Wild allows you to change the color of your clothing. To do so, you need to talk to Sayge, the manager of Kochi Dye Shop in Hateno Village. Below you can find details on where to find him and what you need to do in order to dye your clothes. [ How To Dye Your Clothes ]
For more on The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, check out the news stories below.
Amiibo Unlock Guide
The official Nintendo page for the The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild lists Amiibo that are compatible with the game, but it provides few other firm details. Fortunately, we've tirelessly been scanning various Amiibo into our games here at the office to try and lock down exactly what items you can get. [ Amiibo Unlock Guide ]
Everything You Can Ride
There are a wide variety of creatures you can tame and ride in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild . Whether you're riding on horseback or plowing through enemies atop a bear, you have no shortage of mounts to ride across the Hyrule countryside. [ Everything You Can Ride ]
How To Buy A House
The game allows you to purchase your own house. And the best part is that you can get one relatively early in the game. Check out how to become a homeowner in the land of Hyrule, as well as how to expand the benefits you receive from it. For a condensed version of the guide, watch the video above. Otherwise, read our comprehensive version for the full details. [ How To Buy A House ]
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GameSpot
91 d ago
Zelda: Breath Of The Wild: All The Armor We've Found (So Far)
Wild Armor
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has a plethora of awesome armor sets to discover. In our time spent with the game, we've been able to find a decent amount. Click ahead to get a closer look at each armor set. Be sure to check back often as we update this gallery further. There are light armor spoilers ahead.
Breath of the Wild comes out on March 3 as a launch title for the Nintendo Switch ; the game also arrives for Wii U on the same day. In other news, Nintendo has announced a $20 DLC Pass for Breath of the Wild . For more details about the game, check out our feature covering everything you need to know about it . Otherwise, you can read all our written coverage and watch every video here .
Nintendo Switch launches on March 3 , priced at US $300/£280/AU $470. For all the games confirmed to be coming to Switch--but not necessarily at launch-- take a look at our roundup . You can also check out the console's main peripherals , as well as our in-depth feature of its menus and UI (user interface) . And if you're curious how the Switch compares to other consoles in terms of size, check out our size comparison .

Champion's Tunic (Front)

Champion's Tunic (Rear)

Desert Voe Headband, Spaulder, and Trousers (Front)

Desert Voe Headband, Spaulder, and Trousers (Rear)

Zora Helm, Armor, and Greaves (Front)

Zora Helm, Armor, and Greaves (Rear)

Radiant Mask, Shirt, and Tights (Front)

Radiant Mask, Shirt, and Tights (Rear)

Barbarian Helm, Armor, and Leg Wraps (Front)

Barbarian Helm, Armor, and Leg Wraps (Rear)

Climber Bandana, Gear, and Boots (Front)

Climber Bandana, Gear, and Boots (Rear)

Stealth Mask, Chest Guard, and Tights (Front)

Stealth Mask, Chest Guard, and Tights (Rear)

Snowquill Headress, Tunic, and Trousers (Front)

Snowquill Headress, Tunic, and Trousers (Rear)

Gerudo Veil, Top, and Sirwal (Front)

Gerudo Veil, Top, and Sirwal (Rear)

Flamebreaker Helmet, Armor, and Boots (Front)

Flamebreaker Helmet, Armor, and Boots (Rear)

Old Shirt and Well-Worn Pants (Front)

Old Shirt and Well-Worn Pants (Back)

Warm Doublet (Front)

Warm Doublet (Back)

Hylian Hood, Tunic, and Trousers (Front)

Hylian Hood, Tunic, and Trousers (Back)

Soldier's Armor, Greaves, and Helmet (Front)

Soldier's Armor, Greaves, and Helmet (Back)

Ancient Armor (Front)

Ancient Armor (Rear)

Sheik's Mask (Front)

Sheik's Mask (Rear)

Cap, Tunic, and Trousers of the Hero (Front)

Cap, Tunic, and Trousers of the Hero (Rear)

Cap, Tunic, and Trousers of the Wind (Front)

Cap, Tunic, and Trousers of the Wind (Rear)

Cap, Tunic, and Trousers of Time (Front)

Cap, Tunic, and Trousers of Time (Rear)

Dark Hood, Tunic, and Trousers (Front)

Dark Hood, Tunic, and Trousers (Rear)

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GameSpot
93 d ago
Zelda: Breath Of the Wild - Things The Game Doesn't Tell You
Hidden In Hyrule...
In The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, there are myriad important mechanics and concepts that the game never explains outright. At times the game alludes to them, but the majority of the time, you're left to figure them out on your own, either by experimenting or completing a sidequest that introduces a particular mechanic. With so many veiled secrets, we've compiled 14 useful things to know to help you on your journey.
Be wary, there are potential spoilers ahead. Check back often as we update this feature with more secrets.
Breath of the Wild out now for both Nintendo Switch and Wii U . And even after you finish the game, there'll be more to play: Nintendo has announced a $20 DLC Pass for Breath of the Wild . For more details about the game, check out our feature covering everything you need to know about it . Otherwise, you can read all our written coverage and watch every video here .
Nintendo Switch is officially out now, priced at US $300/£280/AU $470. For all the games confirmed to be coming to Switch--but not necessarily at launch-- take a look at our roundup . You can also check out the console's main peripherals , as well as our in-depth feature of its menus and UI (user interface) . And if you're curious how the Switch compares to other consoles in terms of size, check out our size comparison .

How To Perform A Perfect Dodge, Parry, And Charged Attack
Against a tough enemy, there are three advanced and essential combat techniques: Perfect Dodge, Parry, and the Charged Attack.
Perfect Dodge allows you to slow down time after a precise dodge and inflict a devastating flurry attack upon an enemy. To execute a Perfect Dodge, jump out of the way of an attack right before it's about to hit you, and then press Y to perform the attack flurry.
Parry allows you to use your shield to deflect an enemy's blow, leaving it vulnerable to an immediate counterattack. To Parry, lock onto an enemy and press A right before their attack connects.
The Charged Attack allows you to perform a powerful offensive maneuver. Each weapon type sports a different Charged Attack. For instance, the sword has a 360-degree attack that covers you on all sides, while the spear has a flurry of stabs. To use a Charged Attack, simply hold the Y button in combat.

Using Your Final Breath While Climbing
While climbing, if you jump when your stamina wheel is in the red, you'll propel yourself upward twice the usual distance. This is a handy last resort technique that can be a life saver when you're just about to reach the top of a mountain, but can't make it by climbing alone.

You Can Retrieve Lost Arrows
If you miss an enemy with an arrow, don't worry; it's possible to pick it back up. The same works for enemy arrows, which you can pick up when they land at your feet. You can even retrieve the arrows that get stuck to your shield by putting it away. This is a great way to farm hundreds of arrows.
Regardless, when a battle is over, make sure to mine the battlefield for all the arrows that missed their mark.

How To Shieldboard
It's possible to use your shield to slide down hills and steep inclines. To do so, hold ZL to bring up your shield, then jump forward and press A. As you slide on your shield, you can shoot arrows or press the Y button to perform tricks. Note that sliding on your shield wears down its durability, so use this ability wisely.

How To Catch A Horse
If you want to travel faster through Hyrule, you should find and tame a horse. The best place to get a horse early on is at the Blatchery Plain (after the Dueling Peaks), where there are several roaming free. There are two types of horses to discover: spotted and one-color. Spotted horses are great for beginners, as they're easier to tame and aren't as ill-tempered. One-color horses more are difficult to tame and are often unwilling to follow your directions, but their higher stamina and speed more than make up for the grief.
To tame a horse, sneak up to one and hop onto its back, and then mash the L button to soothe it before it kicks you off. After you've earned the horse's respect, take it to the nearest stable to register it. This allows you to summon it whichever stable you're at if you ever get separated.
If you want your horse to perform at its very best, you need to be attentive to its performance. When it cooperates, make sure to reward it by soothing it or feeding it an apple. But keep in mind, it’s imperative to soothe your horse when it’s panicked or stressed.

Riding Wild Animals
It's actually possible to ride wild animals, such as bears and deer, like you would a horse, so long as you approach it carefully and with stealth bonuses activated. Unfortunately, wild animals aren't the most useful or reliable mounts, as they're far less compliant than horses. You also can't register them at stables for future travels. Despite these limitations, riding wild animals is a fun novelty well worth taking advantage of when the opportunity presents itself.

Slow-Motion Archer
It's possible to slow down time to shoot an arrow, which is an effective technique for picking off multiple enemies at time. To do so, simply pull out your bow while high up in the air (preferably from a glide). You can also execute the maneuver after jumping forward on horseback. Keep in mind, the slow-motion only lasts as long as the amount of stamina you have, so if your stamina fully depletes in air, time will resume as normal.

Talk To Wandering Merchants, Especially When It Rains
When you're travelling in-between towns, you'll encounter travelling merchants, who can sell you various equipment or cooking ingredients. Be sure to browse their wares when possible for supplies you might need. However, when it rains, merchants bust out their rare items. For example, a merchant that typically sells the Raw Meat ingredient during sunny weather will list the better, more effective Raw Prime Meat ingredient when it rains. If storm clouds start to appear, seek out merchants in the area; you never know what rare items you might be able to purchase.

Elemental Weapons Affect Your Body Temperature
Often in your journey, you'll work hard to figure out how to survive some of the world's more extreme weather conditions. There are a few specialized clothing options and elixirs that can help keep your body temperature in check, but there's actually a little known alternative: elemental weapons.
Elemental weapons affect your body temperature; depending on which you choose, your body temperature will either increase or decrease. For example, if you're in the hot, arid Gerudo desert, equipping an Ice Rod or a Great Frostblade will lower your body temperature. This is a handy technique to use in your travels, as it lets you keep your stronger armor equipped while in extreme climates. It's also a great option if you simply lack the other survival options available to you.

Reawaken The Great Fairy To Upgrade Your Armor
If you go up the hill from the Tal'oh Neag Shrine in Kakariko Village, you'll find a plant pod in a forest clearing. Hidden inside the pod is the Great Fairy Cotera, who requests 100 Rupees from you to reawaken her power. If you oblige, she can upgrade your armor using components you find out in the world. For example, to enhance the Hylian Tunic, you need to give her Bokoblin Horns. It's important to note that an armor set gains a special bonus after Cotera enhances each part twice.

Dogs Lead You To Treasure
If you find a dog in any of the towns or stables, don't just crouch down and nuzzle it. Feed the pup three pieces of meat or fruit to show it you care. After doing so, it'll lead you to a treasure chest hidden in the surrounding area. For example, if you feed the dog in Hateno Village, it takes you to a chest containing a Silver Rupee. Make sure to feed all the pups in Hyrule to acquire all sorts of secret treasure.

You Can Reassign Your Essence
In Hateno Village, you can find a mopey-looking statue at the bottom of the hill on the other side of the village entrance. If you talk to it, you'll initiate a sidequest where the statue steals some of your essence (either a Heart Container or a Stamina Vessel); speak to it again to reclaim what was taken from you. The statue offers you a deal where you can sell it one of your Heart Containers or Stamina Vessels for 100 Rupees. This might sound like a bad trade-off at first, but you're actually able to talk to it again and pay 120 rupees to acquire either a Heart Container or a Stamina Vessel in return. This is a handy resource, as you're essentially paying 20 Rupees to reassign the upgrades you've acquired throughout your journey.

Grab Fairies To Get Revives
It's possible to grab small fairies floating in the air. Doing so turns them into a usable item, which can revive you when your health fully depletes. As a result, fairies are a precious commodity that shouldn't be wasted. You can typically find fairies near any of the three Great Fairy fountains or hiding in tall grass.

You Can Stealth Kill Enemies
If you sneak up directly behind an enemy without them noticing, a prompt appears that allows you to deliver a devastating blow. This is an incredibly useful maneuver, as it nearly kills enemies in one blow, regardless of their level of health and defense.

You Can Parry Guardian Laser Shots
Guardians are a tremendous threat early on, mostly because of their incredibly destructive laser blasts. But if you have decent reflexes, you can actually parry a Guardian's laser blast with your shield, and send it straight back at them.
To do so, get close to a Guardian and wait for it to charge up a shot. When you hear a beep, that's your cue to press A. Do this three times to make a standard Guardian explode; though, a stationary Guardian can be destroyed with one shot.
Once you've mastered parrying Guardian shots, these once dangerous foes become much less threatening. It's also one of the most efficient ways to defeat a Guardian, as it doesn't require any weapon use, nor does it wear down your shield's durability. Be wary, this tactic is incredibly ineffective against multiple Guardians, as it can only be implemented while locking onto one of them, so once again: don't push your luck!

Lighting Grass On Fire Creates An Updraft
Lighting grass on fire creates a temporary updraft that you can use to skyrocket yourself up into the air with your glider. This has a variety of applications, such as creating height between you and an approaching Guardian or propelling yourself upward to give you more time in the air.

You Can Plow Through Guardians With Your Horse
It's possible to use your horse to charge straight through a Guaridan. Simply spur your horse in the direction of an approaching Guardian and watch as it tumbles over the both of you. It's worth noting that if you don't charge through the Guardian's center base, it might not flinch much from your charge, so be careful in your approach and make sure to keep spurring your horse on to maximize your force of impact. This technique can also be used repeatedly to tear off a Guardian's legs, drastically hindering its movement.

You Can Buy A House
When you enter Hateno, you can find a group of construction workers attempting to tear down a house near the Myahm Agana Shrine. If you talk to their head foreman Bolson, he'll ask you if you want to purchase the house. Accept his offer to strike a deal to acquire the house for a sum of 3,000 Rupees and 30 bundles of wood.
After buying the house, Bolson can furnish it with various upgrades. For example, you can ask him to install a door or to make you a bed you can use to rest overnight. However, each upgrade is going to cost you 100 Rupees.

Talk To The Giant Korok To Expand Your Inventory Space
On your way to Kakariko Village, you encounter a giant Korok named Hestu, who pleads with you to retrieve its maracas from a pack of Bokoblins. Completing this task earns you the ability to upgrade your inventory space, but at a cost. Hestu asks that you supply him with Korok seeds he can use to fix his now-broken maracas. These special seeds can only be acquired by finding Korok hidden in the environment. For example, you can find one hidden beneath a rock on top of one of the Pillars of Levia. For every Korok seed you bring Hestu, he'll upgrade the space of an inventory category of your choice.
Keep an eye out for anything that seems out of place in the environment. If something seems amiss, chances are that there's a Korok hiding there.

Upgrading Your Sheikah Slate's Functionality, And The Sheikah Sensor+
It's possible to enhance functionality of the Sheikah Slate's abilities by talking to Purah at the Ancient Tech Lab in Hateno Village. But make it a priority of upgrading the Sheikah Sensor, which requires three Ancient Springs. Doing so allows you to use it to sense the presence of specific objects in the world, just as long as you take a picture of it first. For example, you can set the Sheikah Sensor to go off whenever a Sunshroom is nearby. This expanded functionality proves useful when you're trying to pinpoint the location of specific weapons, ingredients, or animals you need to track.

Amiibo Net You Classic Rewards
It's made apparent early on that you can scan amiibo to get new weapons and items. But if you scan amiibo of classic Zelda characters, you can get special armor and weapons from past games. For example, when you scan the Toon Link amiibo, you have a chance of acquiring Wind Waker-inspired armor pieces. You can even obtain new mounts, like the iconic Epona, which you can get when you scan the Super Smash Bros. series Link amiibo.
It's worth noting that each amiibo can only be scanned once per day, and that items are randomized. In addition, certain items are only available to its respective amiibo, so don't expect to get Sheik's Mask from the Ganondorf amiibo.
If you're interested in donning on the classic Link outfits from past games, be sure to take advantage of Breath of the Wild's amiibo functionality.

You Can Dye Your Clothes
In Hateno village, the second shop to the right allows you to dye your clothes various colors for the cost of 20 rupees. You also need five items that share in the dye color you wish to use. These can be any materials you find out in the wild. For example, items like the Bokoblin Horn and Moblin Fang can be used to dye your clothes grey.
Keep in mind the shopkeeper dyes your entire outfit the color you choose, so it's best to mix and match what you want colored for more efficient use of your money. But if you change your mind about the colors you choose, you can always revert back to the original color scheme for another 20 Rupees.

You Can Take Selfies
Similar to The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker HD, you can take selfies in Breath of the Wild with your Sheikah Slate's camera. Simply turn on the camera with the L button, and then press X to activate "Self-Portrait" mode. Moving the left stick in different directions changes Link's pose, maximizing the photo's social media effectiveness.

You Can Customize Your Horse
After spending hours traveling across Hyrule on horseback, do you ever find yourself wishing you could customize the appearance of your trusty steed? Well, Breath of the Wild makes it possible. Simply go to the Outskirt Stable, which lies to the North of the Great Plateau and West of the Coliseum Ruins.
When you reach the stable, talk to Canni, the lady tending the horses outside. She offers to change out your horse's saddle or bridle with any new ones you've found. She also lets you alter the mane of your horse. Looking to style your horse's mane with some sweet french-braids? Or maybe you'd like to give it a long, flowing green mane? Canni can make it happen.
Keep in mind, Canni only offers her services to horses that are raised with lots of love, so if you don't have a max bond with your horse, she'll reject you.

How To Refresh Rusty Weapons
You'll often encounter a fair amount of rusty weapons, which while useful at first, eventually become obsolete as you find stronger weapons to add to your arsenal. But don't just ignore every rusty weapon you find. Make sure to keep a couple in your inventory for the inevitable moment you encounter a Rock Octorok in the Death Mountain region.
This might seem strange, but try tossing a rusty weapon onto the ground for the little critter to suck up. After it does so, wait a few seconds and it'll spit out the weapon in brand-new condition. Keep in mind, the weapon it spews out is randomized based on the weapon type. For example, if you toss it a Rusty Broadsword, you might get a Traveller's Sword, while another time, you'll get the more powerful Royal Broadsword. Take advantage of this refurbishment technique to nab some decently powered weapons.

You Can Bring A Horse Back From The Dead
Have you ever recklessly let your trusty steed die in the middle of a battle, and spent the rest of your journey in depressed? Don't worry, it's actually possible to bring your horse back to life. But you can't do it with the help of folks at the stable. Rather, you need to seek out the help of Malanya, the Great Horse Fairy.
To find her, head to the Lake Tower region to the south and find the Highland Stable. From there, head southeast towards the Horse God bridge. When you reach the end of the path you'll find what looks like a Great Fairy Fountain. Examine it and pay Malanya the flat fee of 1,000 rupees to access her services. Talk to her again, and she'll work her magic to bring your steed back from the grave. Note that you can do this as many times as you'd like at no additional rupee cost to you.

Weaponized Cucco Swarm
Like in past Zelda games, if you use excessive force against a Cucco, it'll call upon a swarm of its friends to attack you. While triggering a Cucco swarm isn't in your best interest, it's possible to make it work in your favor. Simply grab a Cucco and bring it with you into battle, and whichever unfortunate enemy happens to hit you will be swarmed and pecked to death. It's important to note that a Cucco swarm only does minimal damage against higher-leveled enemies, like Guardians and Lynels, so don't push your luck.

Kilton's Monster Shop
Hidden in the outskirts of Hyrule is a mysterious merchant named Kilton. To find this eccentric peddler, wait until nighttime, and then head to the left "eye" of Skull Lake, which is located northwest of Death Mountain.
When you talk to Kilton, he tells you he's going to set up shop at various villages across the land before disappearing to do just that. To find him, search the outskirts of any of the main villages and towns between 8 P.M. to 4 A.M. Kilton's shop is relatively easy to identify; it appears as a patchwork hot-air balloon from a distance.
Once you find him, Kilton sells an assortment of useful and quirky monster-related items, such as the much sought-after Monster Extract cooking ingredient, or a Moblin Mask, which allows you to blend in with Moblins. However, you can only purchase these items using a special currency known as Mon, which you can acquire by trading in monster parts to Kilton.
Make sure to visit Kilton's shop often, as he frequently stocks up on a variety of new and useful items.

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Polygon
96 d ago
There’s a feel-good story in the credits of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild
Corey Bunnell set a goal ten years ago. He reached it.
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Polygon
96 d ago
Zelda: Breath of the Wild guide: How to get the Hylian Shield
The legendary shield can be yours if you’re adventurous
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GameSpot
96 d ago
Even More Things I Wish I Knew Before I Started Zelda: Breath of the Wild
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is the gift that just keeps on giving. Even 50+ hours in, we're still discovering more things about the game, and Matt is here to show everyone the things he's discovered in his quest.
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CNET News
96 d ago
Zelda: Breath of the Wild's biggest and best secrets, exposed [SPOILERS] - CNET
We've put in nearly 100 hours to find the most important, most interesting and most hidden secrets in all of Hyrule. Spoilers abound.
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Venture Beat
96 d ago
Zelda: Breath of the Wild is too big to worry about spoilers
OPINION:
I’m going to spoil something about The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild for you: You can catch and ride a skeleton horse. Are you mad at me? Send your hate mail here , but that’s the last spoiler in this story, I swear!
I don’t think you should get mad. The new Zelda is far too expansive, with way too many things to do for you to realistically expect to find them all through natural exploration. Is it more magical for you to discover the stalhorse on your own? Probably. But I think it’s far more likely that you wouldn’t have discovered it at all. Or even if you did, I’m positive there are a dozen other tiny, incredible moments, characters, or items that you might never see before you put down Breath of the Wild for good.
My suggestion then is to let down your spoiler guard and join the rest of us in collectively exploring Zelda. You don’t have to start Googling for secrets every time you’re stuck or encounter a new quest, and you don’t have to go out and buy the strategy guide. Instead, when you come across a Twitter post that shows you something you haven’t experienced personally, revel in the fact that this game is big enough to continue hiding things from you. And join us by sharing some of your own moments.
Above: … I should go play more Zelda.
Image Credit: GamesBeat/Jeffrey Grubb
I think if you go that route, you’re still going to experience the bulk of Zelda’s treasures firsthand. And then instead of getting upset when someone shares something you haven’t seen yet, go in the game and seek it out yourself immediately. That’s what I’m going to do with an item I just discovered through a friend’s post on social media. AV Club writer Sam Barsanti just shared a screenshot of his “squad” from Breath of the Wild, and it showed me an equippable item that I never even imagined. Check out the post for yourself if you want to see what I mean (like I promised — no more spoilers in this story).
After 115 hours of Breath of the Wild, it’s nuts to me that I am still stumbling over things I had no idea about on Twitter or Reddit. And instead of making me mad, it motivates me to go back and put even more time into Link’s epic adventure.
In my review, I explained that one of the most important things about Breath of the Wild is that it is simultaneously deep and wide. The map is enormous in scale and is roughly a quarter of the size of the island of Manhattan, except without the option to take a cab.
At the same time, Nintendo packed each one of those square kilometers with so much to do that you can get distracted a dozen times on your way to any one objective. In a world this dense, it’s absurd to think you’ll see everything through your own time with the game. Maybe you could 100-percent it on your own, but if you’re going to do that, you’re probably playing the game nonstop with complete devotion and no time for scrolling through Twitter.
Now, I’m not saying that you deserve to be spoiled because you are following me on social media. But you’ll find a lot more happiness if you let go and let yourself enjoy discovering aspects of the game through the experiences of other people.
Like this one:
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GameSpot
96 d ago
Zelda: Breath of the Wild: Our Favorite Development Anecdotes - The Lobby
The crew dives into further exploring the world of Zelda and the magic that went into making it.
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GameSpot
97 d ago
Saving The Dragon Of Lanayru - Zelda: Breath Of The Wild Let's Play
Tam and Dave are back in Hyrule, this time climbing Mount Lanayru to rid the spirit Naydra from the malice of Ganon and cleanse the Spring of Wisdom.
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Mashable
98 d ago
Looks like 'Zelda: Breath of the Wild' has a heartwarming tribute to Iwata
During the development of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Nintendo President Satoru Iwata passed away, but it looks like his legacy is forever immortalized in the lands of Hyrule.
A character in Breath of the Wild named Botrick has an uncanny resemblance to Iwata, who passed away in 2015, and leads Link to an area called Satori Mountain, which has a name similar to Iwata's. Around Satori Mountain are several possible homages to Iwata including an apple orchard, an abandoned campsite and a legendary animal called the Lord of the Mountain, also known by the name Satori.
The unconfirmed tribute is subtle but powerful and shows the impact Iwata had on Nintendo as well as the respect Iwata earned from the company's developers.  Read more...
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GameSpot
98 d ago
Steep Slope Shredders in Zelda Breath Of The Wild - The Try-Force
Hyrule forecast says it snowed 15 inches on Mount Hebra last night. Fresh powder, baby. Join Peter and Rob as they shred the gnar, and find the best shield-surfing slopes in Zelda: Breath of the Wild.
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GameSpot
98 d ago
How to Survive Extreme Environments In Zelda: Breath of the Wild
Rain bringing you down? Lava too hot? Here are some beginner tips in keeping your cool when exploring Zelda: Breath of the Wilds extreme environments.
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GameSpot
98 d ago
Zelda: Breath of the Wild Easter Eggs You Might've (Definitely) Missed
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild's world is enormous, which means you're gonna miss a lot of hidden stuff if you're not careful. Luckily, Joey's managed to find some of the best easter eggs Nintendo has stuffed into the game.
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GameSpot
98 d ago
GS News Update: Zelda: Breath Of The Wild Has A Crappy Reward For Finding All 900 Korok Seeds
The reward you get for finding all the seeds may not be what you expect.
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GameSpot
98 d ago
How To Survive Every Environment In Zelda: Breath Of The Wild

Pretty much everywhere you go in Zelda: Breath of the Wild can be dangerous, but some areas require more specific preparation than others. Venturing out in the middle of a thunderstorm or scaling a snowy mountain can be deadly, if not downright impossible, without the right gear, items, and knowledge. Here’s what you need to know to survive in almost every situation.
For more Breath of the Wild tips, check out our Beginner's Guide and our list of things the game doesn't tell you . We also have helpful cooking tips and tricks , a guide to what each amiibo unlocks in the game, and more.

Rain
It rains a lot in Breath of the Wild, and the main problem with that is rain makes it nearly impossible to climb anything. You’ll slide down most surfaces, though you’ll be able to climb short distances if you use X to jump up quickly.
If you need to climb something and it starts raining, try to find a sheltered area to build a fire and wait it out. You can build a fire by dropping wood with flint or Red Chuchu Jelly and striking it with a metal weapon (or you can shoot the wood with a fire arrow). Sit by the fireside to pass time until it hopefully stops raining.
Advantages: Rain will muffle your footsteps, making it easier to sneak up on enemies. There are also certain plants and animals, like Tireless Frogs, that can only be found in the rain.

Thunderstorms
If you find yourself in a thunderstorm, be sure to unequip all metal items--that means weapons, shields, and bows--to avoid becoming a conductor for lightning. Note that you do not have to unequip metallic armor.
If you do end up becoming a target, you’ll see sparks on Link’s body just before the lightning strikes. Try to find shelter as quickly as possible to avoid getting hit.
Also be wary of standing too close to metal treasure chests or anything similarly attractive to lightning. If lightning strikes near you, you might not die, but you will sustain a lot of damage.
Advantages: If you’re quick and brave, you can use lightning to fight enemies. Equip a metal weapon during a thunderstorm and become a target, then throw the weapon in the direction of any enemies to cause the lightning to strike near them instead. Some enemies will pick up weapons you throw or drop, too, which helps ensure that they become targets.

Extreme Cold
In some areas of Hyrule, like mountain peaks and the Gerudo desert at night, the temperatures will drop to dangerously low levels. If you aren’t prepared, you’ll shiver and slowly lose hearts. Keep an eye on the temperature gauge near your minimap--the blue section is the danger zone.
There are two ways to combat the cold: cold-resistant gear, like the Warm Doublet, and meals or elixirs that grant you temporary cold resistance. You’ll have access to both options very early on. Spicy Peppers, Warm Darners, and Summerwing Butterflies will all make cold-resistant dishes and elixirs and can be found in a lot of areas--check out our full cooking guide if you aren’t sure where to begin.
Note: If you’re just starting the game, go to the old man’s house on the Great Plateau. Inside are a bunch of Spicy Peppers and a diary. If you make the dish he describes in the diary, he will give you a Warm Doublet. The dish is Spicy Meat and Seafood Fry (any meat + Hyrule Bass + Spicy Pepper). Talk to him at his cooking pot after you’ve made it to receive the Warm Doublet. If you don’t get a Warm Doublet this way, he’ll give you one after you complete the Cryonis trial (Keh Namut Shrine) on the Great Plateau, so you would have to make cold-resistant dishes first in order to get there.
In the especially bitter cold, you’ll need higher-level resistance, so either prepare a stronger meal or elixir or equip multiple armor pieces at once. Be warned, though: no amount of preparation will save you from icy water. Use rafts, tree trunks, or ice blocks to cross safely.
Advantages: You can drop some food items, like raw meat, in the snow or icy water to freeze them, which gives them heat-resistant properties. Frozen food stacks in your inventory. Note that this does not work in the desert at night, even though the temperature is low.

Extreme Heat
During the day in the Gerudo desert, you’ll need heat resistance to survive. Watch out for the solid orange zone on the temperature gauge.
Like with cold resistance, you can either wear the correct armor (in this case, a light Gerudo outfit) or make dishes and elixirs that grant you the effect for a period of time. Cold Darners and Chillfin Trout are two options for ingredients, and both can be found in and around Zora’s Domain in the Lanayru region. You can, of course, also consume frozen food to give yourself a short burst of heat resistance.
Note that taking off your clothes will not add to your heat resistance. Additionally, some areas will require higher heat resistance than others, like with cold temperatures; again, increase your resistance with a stronger dish or elixir or by wearing more than one piece of resistant armor.
Advantages: There isn’t anything particularly beneficial about the desert climate, whether hot or cold.

Burning Heat
In addition to high temperatures in the desert, there’s a totally different kind of heat around Death Mountain. You’ll need the flame guard effect instead of heat resistance, or else you’ll catch fire and die almost instantly. Additionally, wooden weapons, shields, and bows will burn up in the heat, regular arrows will catch fire at the tip, and bomb arrows will explode in your face.
Like with the other extreme temperature conditions, you can get the flame guard effect through either armor or dishes and elixirs. You can buy fireproof elixirs from Gaile at Foothill Stable to help you survive your first trip up the volcano, and you can brew more elixirs yourself using Smotherwing Butterflies and Fireproof Lizards, which are found around Death Mountain.
To get the Flamebreaker Armor on the cheap, speak to a Hylian named Kima at the Southern Mine (which is on your way up to Goron City). He’ll offer to give you the armor in exchange for 10 Fireproof Lizards, which can be found in abundance in the Southern Mine itself. Just sneak up to them and catch them for some easy armor. You can buy the matching boots and helm in Goron City; having a Great Fairy upgrade the entire set twice will grant you the Fireproof bonus when you wear all three together.
While water in this climate is fine--relaxing in the hot springs will fill your hearts--taking a dip in lava is not advised.
Advantages: Drop food items in this environment and they’ll catch fire, roasting them. Roasted food will get you more hearts than the raw version, and it’s a quick and easy way to get some health if you can’t get to a cooking pot.

Strong Winds
Last and probably the least of your worries, keep in mind that some areas have strong winds… and don’t paraglide against the wind. You’ll also sometimes see updrafts, which will propel you high into the air if you take out your paraglider.
Advantages: Wind will push round objects, like remote bombs, and allow you to paraglide much farther. Keep this in mind when bombing enemy camps or exploring a region. You can create updrafts to aid in combat or exploration by starting a wildfire, like in dry grass.

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Polygon
98 d ago
Zelda: Breath of the Wild guide: How to get the Master Sword
The sword that seals the darkness can be yours, for a price
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Polygon
98 d ago
Zelda: Breath of the Wild’s alleged Iwata tribute is beautiful
How Nintendo’s latest game may have said goodbye
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GameSpot
99 d ago
Zelda: Breath Of The Wild Has A Crappy Reward For Finding All 900 Korok Seeds
Items called Korok seeds are scattered throughout The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild . In addition to exchanging them for increased inventory space, collecting all 900 earns you a special reward.
Reddit user xFateAwaitsx achieved this seemingly impossible task and discovered that the reward may not be what you expect. Scroll down to find out what it is ( via Kotaku ).
The character Hestu gives you "Hestu's Gift." Its official description reads, "A gift of friendship given to you by Hestu. It smells pretty bad." As you can see in the image here on Reddit , it is shaped like (and may actually be) poop.
xFateAwaitsx said it was a pain to find all 900 seeds . The last one took him "an hour or two" to find, so you can only imagine how long the entire process took.
The golden poop item doesn't do anything significant, apparently , though you can reportedly use it to make Hestu do a dance of your choosing . As of Tuesday evening, xFateAwaitsx claims to have played Breath of the Wild for 172 hours on Wii U .
Breath of the Wild was released on March 3 as a launch title for the Nintendo Switch . It sold well, as Nintendo said it was the best-selling non-bundled launch title for any Nintendo system ever .
GameSpot's Breath of the Wild review scored it a 10/10.
"It's a game that allows you to feel gradually more and more empowered yet simultaneously manages to retain a sense of challenge and mystery--which, together, creates a steady, consistent feeling of gratification throughout the entire experience," reviewer Peter Brown said. "Breath of the Wild is a defining moment for The Legend of Zelda series, and the most impressive game Nintendo has ever created."
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Venture Beat
99 d ago
Does The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild end with a whimper? GamesBeat Decides
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We’ve all had about a week-and-a-half to explore The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, and now we want to get into spoilers on the GamesBead Decides podcast.
On this week’s episode of the show, host Jeffrey Grubb and co-host Mike Minotti go deep into the game and talk about some of its amazing moments and a slightly disappointing last boss. We get into the spoilers early on, so consider yourself warned.
If you have comments or corrections, email the podcast at [email protected] .
Watch the video version above or listen to the audio-only podcast right here:
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CNET News
99 d ago
Here's how Nintendo lovingly crafted Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild - CNET
A new minidocumentary series shows just how the Japanese company created the latest in the beloved series.
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Mashable
100 d ago
Nintendo takes us through the four-year process of making 'Zelda: Breath of the Wild'
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is at once the most daring take on the decades-old series and incredibly loyal to the core of the series, blending tried-and-true Zelda conventions with fresh and innovative ideas. Just over a week after its release, Nintendo is giving us a look behind the curtain of Breath of the Wild's development in a three-part video series.
The video series, called "The Making of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild," goes through the development process from the planning stages to the game's story and characters and the concept of the open and expansive world.
SEE ALSO: Characters react to a naked Link in 'Zelda: Breath of the Wild' Read more...
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