The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide

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The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is another installment in the immensely popular series of action games by Nintendo. The newest iteration boasts one of the highest review scores in history of the industry. This guide contains an extremely detailed walkthrough, along with an index of the most important secrets, upgrades and collectable items. The reader will find useful advice that can be utilized during the adventure. This guide also contains specific tactics for individual bosses and the strongest enemies of the game, as well as solutions to the most demanding puzzles and a guide to equipment and achievements.

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of Wild game guide contains:

  • An index of the most notable secrets and important locations;
  • A description of the most important mechanics of the game, and ways of unlocking things such as horse riding;
  • The main thread walkthrough;
  • Side quests walkthroughs;
  • Practical advice that will allow you to cope with the dangers of Hyrule;
  • A description of the most important skills and unique applications of in-game items,
  • A detailed description of every boss fight;
  • An index of the most difficult puzzles in the game.

Damian Kubik, Grzegorz Misztal (www.gamepressure.com)

About The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide

Author : Grzegorz “Alban3k” Misztal for gamepressure.com

Translator : Damian “Kafir” Kubik

Stage of progress : 20% completed,

last update : April 07, 2017

Guide contains :
49 pages, 100 images, 9 maps and annotated illustrations.

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The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Video Game

  • genre: Action
  • developer: Nintendo
  • publisher: Nintendo
  • platform: WiiU, Switch

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild for Switch is another instalment in the popular action-adventure game series, which started out in 1986, when the first game was released for NES. The story is set in the ruined kingdom of Hyrule. You play, of course, as the series’ protagonist, Link, who has to learn what exactly happened. This leads to an even bigger and more exciting adventure.
The gameplay is a combination of several genres: adventure, action RPG, survival, and more. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild features a fully open world, waiting to be explored. The developers have allowed a range of options thanks to which you can reach every nook and cranny of the amazing and dangerous country. With enough determination and proper equipment, you can climb a high mountain, from where you can reach another location. It is not, however, aseasy in practice, and you need to prepare before every journey.

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The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is an astonishingly complex game, full of intricate gameplay mechanics. Below, you will find general advice that will sure make the experience much smoother:

  1. Conversations and interaction with others is the key – the overwhelming majority of NPCs is very friendly towards Link and they want to aid his quest. Most of them will want to share some curious info, sell items or give side quests. Try to always talk with everyone in order not to miss anything out.
  2. Be watchful and observant – many of the trees, stones and other elements of the environment look odd (they stand out from the rest). This usually indicates that you can interact with them – if you lift a stone, you may find additional Rupees or an opponent.
  3. Adjust the interface and game options according to your needs – in the game menu, you will find a couple of options that will help you customize the HUD. I would also recommend increasing the camera speed, as it makes the gameplay more fluent.
  4. Remember about weapon durability – nearly every weapon in the game can get damaged, so remember to have some extra gear in your equipment. If you’re planning to raid a dungeon, first make sure your well-equipped. You should also be economic with your weapons – for example, it’s better to use bombs to extract iron instead of wasting your weapon durability.
  5. Use bombs to deal with groups of enemies – a well-aimed bomb will quickly solve a problem of even a large group of enemies.
  6. Master sneaking – invest some time in deeply exploring this mechanic. This is the perfect way to catch enemies by surprise or deal critical damage. Remember that pressing “jump” when sneaking will make Link dash forward, which can be extremely useful.
  7. Cook and prepare meals – the majority of enemies will drop precious materials that can be used to cook stuff. Although some of them can be consumed right away, it’s best to use them to cook something more nutritious. You just have to take an item from the backpack to the protagonist’s hand and throw it into the pot. Experiment with different recopies; some meals are rather strong! An additional advantage of cooking is the fact that you’re also able to sell the meals you cook, which may yield a considerable sum. Some advice concerning cooking can be found for example on numerous posters in the game; just look at those, and you’ll learn a new recipe. It’s also good to prepare meals from the same ingredients: a meal made out of five apples will replenish a lot more health than five apples consumed separately.
  8. Brew potions – enemies in the game will drop significant items such as teeth, eyes, tails, etc., which can be combined with small creatures such as toads, lizards or fireflies. Such combinations result in very powerful potions, which produce various effects.
  9. Use the camera – you should photograph everything you see in the game. It will add information to the encyclopedia, which then can be used to finding different objects or places.
  10. As concerns the red moon, it signifies reset of enemies in the game. The monster’s you have vanquished will come back to life.
  11. Remember to rest at bonfires – it’s enough to gather some wood and stone, lay on the ground, strike a metal weapon, and the fire will be set. In the camp you can also skip time, until a convenient time of day.
  12. Wait bad weather out – if bad weather surprises you (for example rain, which prevents you from climbing), use the bonfire and wait until it ends. Remember that a storm brings with it a danger of getting struck by a lightning – don’t wear any metal armor and weapons in order to make sure this doesn’t happen.
  13. Add your own points on the map – every time you find some interesting places in the game world, and a note on the map to be able to get back to them.
  14. Don’t fight every enemy you meet – the game allows you to freely explore the world, but you need to remember than locations may have different difficulty levels. If you can’t seem to cope with some enemy, give yourself more time and come back to them. Meanwhile explore some other location.
  15. Use Korok Leaf to navigate the boat – cutting trees will yield Korok Leaf, which can be used to create wind that will move your boat.
  16. Master slow motion and archery – anytime Link jumps from a height or from the horse and then draw the bow, the time will slow down so you can carefully aim. Be careful, since this consumes endurance. Master your archery skills as much as possible: headshots are critical hits.
  17. Use the environment to your advantage – if enemies are standing in water, use shock arrows; if they’re hiding in tall grass, torch them.
  18. Remember about endurance when swimming – swimming uses up endurance. If it’s depleted, Link will drawn, so you might want to keep your eye on this meter.
  19. Remember about fast travel – when you open the map, you can instantly move to a safe location. Mind you that this is also possible during combat – if you feel the situation is becoming dire, transfer Link to a safe location and recoup his strength.
  20. Use the magnet to get treasures – remember that you can pull treasure. If you see a chest at the bottom of a lake, you can simply use the magnet rune to bring it to the surface.
  21. Go fishing – while in water, Link can get fishes that can then be used in cookery.
  22. Keep fairies in your equipment – you can find four great fairies in the game – they will be willing to upgrade your armor for some Rupees (more about this in another chapter). There are also small fairies flying about, which can be caught. Having them in the equipment guarantees you’ll return to life after loosing all hearts.
  23. Be economic with mighty weapons – the best weapons should only be used agains the most difficult enemies and challenges. There’s no use wasting their potential on meager opponents.
  24. Adjust your clothing to the weather – Link has to wear appropriate clothes depending on the environment he finds himself in. Whether it’s hot or cold determines the kind of armor you should wear, so make sure you have a couple of sets ready for different circumstances, and then upgrade them.
  25. Visit Hyrule Castle every sometimes – though Hyrule Castle is the final location of the game, the place where Ganon resides, you can reach that location if you use the glider, for example. You really should visit this location and try to explore some areas. You can find there very powerful weapons and equipment, which makes it much easier to complete certain difficult challenges.
  26. Try to tame better horses – each horse in the game has it’s own stats. Weaker horses can be easily tamed (sneak behind them and just jump on their back), but the stronger ones require a lot of endurance to be tamed. As you progress, try to get better horses.
  27. Always consider your opponent’s elements – if you’re fighting an ice enemy, for example, use fire to deal double damage.
  28. Don’t worry about dying – especially at the beginning, you will die very often. Treat this as a tutorial – most often the only consequence of dying will be repeating a small portion of the game.
  29. If you don’t know what to do, look for towers and shrines – there are around 80 shrines in the game – that means many challenges.
  30. Spent Spirit Orby on upgrades – you can spend Spirit Orbs at prayer statues, which will allow you to increase the endurance and obtain a new heart (you can reset your upgrades later on in the game, so don’t worry about this decision being irreversible.
  31. Complete Hestu’s side quest as soon as you can – the tree that gives this quest can be found near Kakariko Village. Finishing this short quest will increase your equipment’s capacity.
  32. Don’t be afraid to get lost – the game litteraly suggests you should get lost and explore the secrets step by step. Traverse the world, explore, experiment and the game will soon become an amazing experience.

If you mount a wild horse, it will buck and try to throw you off. - Horses - How to find and tame them? | Gameplay basics - Gameplay Basics - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide
If you mount a wild horse, it will buck and try to throw you off.

When you begin exploring and will reach o big grazing field with dense grass, there’s a chance you will stumble upon a group of horses. In order to mount one of them, you have to start sneaking, sneak behind the horse and jump on its back. If the horse’s coat is solid, the animal will be more aggressive and might try to buck you off. You have to repeatedly press the button responsible for staying on the horse – do it as quickly as possible. This consumes endurance and pretty often you may not be able to complete the action of taming a horse.

There are a couple of rules here that should be remembered:

  • Horses of solid coat (uniformly black or brown) are more difficult to tame; you will need a couple of stamina upgrades to be able to tame them.
  • At the initial stages of the game, you should tame horses that have spotted coat.

Taking a new horse to the stable will reveal its stats. - Horses - How to find and tame them? | Gameplay basics - Gameplay Basics - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide
Taking a new horse to the stable will reveal its stats.

When you manage to tame a horse, take it to the stable. For 20 Rupees you can register your horse, which will let you give it a name and learn its stats; you will also get a saddle and will be able to call your horse at any time in the game, which can be very useful when your horse gets lost somewhere along the way.

As I’ve already mentioned, each horse has different stats: strength, speed, stamina and temperament. Horses that have better stats, are obviously more difficult to tame, hence taming them will require many upgrades of your stamina. Choose appropriate horses for different challenges – if you want to use them for combat, choose stronger horses. Should you need a horse for a lengthy journey, you might want to choose a more enduring or speedy animal.

Taming a horse

Besides the stats I mentioned, horses also have a bond meter, which indicates how loyal are they towards Link - Horses - How to find and tame them? | Gameplay basics - Gameplay Basics - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide

Besides the stats I mentioned, horses also have a bond meter, which indicates how loyal are they towards Link. At the very beginning, right after being tamed, the horse will be very nervous and might not always obey: instead of turning right, it may run the other way, or just stop in its tracks. It’s totally normal – a bond has to be created between the mare and the rider. The way to do it is as follows:

  • If the horse is shaking its head when you do something dangerous – like a sudden halt from full-on gallop – it’s a sign that you should soothe the animal by pressing the right button.
  • Feed apples to the horse to reinforce the bond between the animal and Link.
  • Especially earlier on, reward the horse (by pressing the soothe button), when it’s following your orders and is generally obedient.

Gather all ingredients, they will let you cook nourishing meals that will strengthen the protagonist - Cooking, brewing, recipes | Gameplay basics - Gameplay Basics - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide
Gather all ingredients, they will let you cook nourishing meals that will strengthen the protagonist

Cooking is very important in this game. Meals you prepare will replenish health and can often add powerful buffs that reinforce Link. They can be consumed during fights, so it’s of the highest priority to always have some meals prepared and ready to be used in your backpack. As concerns the components that could be used for cooking, there’s a myriad of those. You can collect herbs, shrooms, hunt animals for meat. Every of these ingredients will add some unique effect to the prepared meal, so you should definitely experiment. In order to start cooking, you just have to:

Select ingredients from the inventory and put them into the pot to start cooking. - Cooking, brewing, recipes | Gameplay basics - Gameplay Basics - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide
Select ingredients from the inventory and put them into the pot to start cooking.

  • Find the pot there’s a ton of them in the game. They are all already set on bonfires. If you see one of those, approach it;
  • Then you need to prepare the ingredients – open the inventory and choose the ingredients that can be used for cooking. Choose each separately and select Hold to place them in Link’s hands. You can choose five components tops, for one meal.
  • Throw the chosen ingredients into the pot – after a few seconds the meal will be ready, and you will learn what have you just cooked. The meal will be added to the inventory, available for eating at any time.

Also remember that meals can be sold for a lot of money.

You should also prepare more powerful meals that will aid you in the toughest boss fights. - Cooking, brewing, recipes | Gameplay basics - Gameplay Basics - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide
You should also prepare more powerful meals that will aid you in the toughest boss fights.

Why not experiment with different combinations when cooking? However, also a good idea is to use the same five components to create a very effective meal. Here are some examples:

  • Five apples will let you prepare Simmered Fruit – this meal guarantees replenishment of five hearts at once. Apples are so abundant, and this meal is so easy – especially at the beginning, this potions is just invaluable.
  • Five Endura Carrots will let you cook Enduring Fried Wild Greens this can be sold for as much as 420 Rupees. The carrots can be found near the great fairies (check out the chapter about upgrading the armor),
  • Hearty Radish + Hearty Truffle – you will get Hearty Steamed Mushrooms, which replenishes full health. If you have all hearts full during the consumption, you will get four temporary hearts.
  • Steak + Hearty Truffle – you will get Hearty Mushroom Skewer. Same story: it replenishes full health or adds four temporary hearts if you have all hearts full during the consumption.
  • Five Spicy Pepper – you will get Spicy Sauteed Peppers that replenishes five hearts and increases cold resistance for ten minutes.
  • Steak – cooking steak at the pot will get you a Seared Steak, which adds 1,5 heart.
  • 2x Steak, 2x Hylian Shroom, 1x Apple – you will get Meat and Mushroom Skewer, that adds 7 hearts,
  • 1x Ironshroom, 1x Raw Prime Meat, 1x Hylian Rice, 1x Rock Salt – this combination will yield Tough Prime Meat and Rice Bowl a meal that will replenish 6 hearts and will increase your defense for 3,5 minutes.
  • Each failed recipe creates Dubious Food, which replenishes two hearts.

The game offers an impressive stealth system. When you crouch and move, Link will begin to sneak, which can be very useful.

When you sneak up on enemies and attack them, you will deliver massive damage. - Sneaking up | Gameplay basics - Gameplay Basics - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide
When you sneak up on enemies and attack them, you will deliver massive damage.

First of all, sneaking is a great way to avoid enemies – you don’t have to fight all your opponents. Sometimes, it is much better to avoid a larger group of enemies than face them directly. Secondly, sneaking up allows you to use the stealth factor – when you sneak up on your enemies from behind and attack, you deliver twice as much damage! It’s especially useful when attacking enemy camps. One should sneak up on single enemies and take them out, especially that enemies that are not alarmed usually don’t have weapons. When sneaking up on enemies, one should remember about the following things:

  • In the bottom right corner, on the left side of the map there is an indicator which shows how loud you are – the less noise you make the better. Thus, try not to run, jump and don’t alarm your enemies;
  • You can improve your stealth skills by drinking potions, eating food or wearing special armor;
  • Enemies have three levels of awareness: neutral – they act as there was no danger, alarmed – if they hear any suspicious noise they will search the area (“?” will appear above their heads), and ready to fight – they spot Link and will engage in combat (“!” will appear above their heads).

When you collect the entire armor set, your opponents will barely hear your steps. - Sneaking up | Gameplay basics - Gameplay Basics - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide
When you collect the entire armor set, your opponents will barely hear your steps.

Remember! It’s worth to purchase the Sheikah Set, available in Kakariko Village. Once you put it on, your opponents will barely hear your steps. It will allow you to sneak up on your enemies with less effort. You will also move faster during the night!

Given time, you will find combat to be much easier. - Combat in Zelda: Breath of the Wild | Gameplay basics - Gameplay Basics - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide
Given time, you will find combat to be much easier.

Combat in the game is one of the title’s biggest challenges. Initially, opponents will be very easy to overcome and they will not prove to be a great challenge. The situation will change when you start to explore the world – over time you will come across increasingly powerful opponents. Consider the initial stage of the game to be tutorial, that will prepare you for the more difficult battles ahead. Below you will find a description and explanation of the most important combat mechanics:

  • Sneaking – in most cases, opponents will have a definite advantage in numbers and there is no point in openly fighting all enemies at once. Sneaking is the ideal option, it allows you to bypass numerous enemies without alerting them. It is best to hide in tall grass and behind different obstacles, in order to avoid detection by your enemies. In addition, remember that by sneaking behind the enemy’s back, you can deal a very strong, critical blow to him, which will often outright kill your opponent.��
  • Using the bow – the element of surprise + the bow are very strong allies in battle. You can deal a lot of damage to your enemies before they even realize what is happening. Additionally, you can often make the fight easier by, e.g. aiming at explosive barrels, or bee hives. Keep a cool head and calmly plan out each fight, before you rush in to engage the enemy force.
  • Blocking – you can block enemy attacks by pressing ZL (when Link wields a shield) which will allow you to avoid receiving damage. Remember that after each blocked blow, the shield loses a durability point and can be destroyed. Ultimately, you should aim for the so-called Perfect Guard, which is a parry (the A button) performed just before the enemy hits you. This allows you to neutralize the strongest attacks of your enemies and dish out a powerful counter-attack. This is one of the most important techniques in the game, you have to master it well.
  • Dodging – by pressing ZL and then jumping, you can perform a dodge to the side, back, etc. which will allow you to avoid most of the attacks in the game. Just like blocking, if you manage to dodge just before the attack, you will execute a Perfect Dodge and you will be able to perform a very strong counter-attack, a ” flurry rush.” Dodging and blocking is essential in the game and you should spend as much time as possible to become proficient in these techniques – it will make combat, and beating the game, much simpler.
  • Lock/Focus – when you press ZL you will lock onto an enemy, which will allow you to focus your attacks strictly on him.
  • Charged attacks – by holding the Y button you can charge a special attack, which is very powerful, although it absorbs a lot of stamina. Each weapon has a unique special attack, such as a 360-degree turn with the weapon, a shockwave, etc. These attacks are powerful, but they also decrease the durability of the weapon.
  • Weapon throws – you can throw the melee weapon that you currently possess. Simply press and hold the R key. This type of throw results in critical damage, but keep in mind that you will lose the weapon. All in all, it is worth throwing weapons which have little durability, and will soon be ruined anyway.
  • Air attacks – when you are high above the ground, you can press the button responsible for the attack, and Link will dive down and hit the ground with his weapon, creating a shockwave. This is a good way to start a fight, especially if you glide over your enemies.
  • Fleeing – remember, that many fights may be too difficult for you at a given moment in the game, the best solution in such cases is to use the sprint and then escape from the battlefield. More advanced armour, a larger amount of hearts and better equipment will make the fight easier for you in the future.
  • Regaining hearts – remember that at any moment during the fight, you can open your inventory and restore your hearts with the help of a proper meal. Make sure to have a steady supply of food, in order to avoid any dramatic situations during combat.
  • Upgraded enemies – initially, most opponents will be weak, which is intentional and prepares you for further challenges in the game. But when you start to face increasingly large groups of opponents, after some time you will start to see their enhanced versions. You can encounter the following shades of enemies in the game: red, blue, black, white, sliver. Each consecutive colour symbolized a stronger version of a given foe.
  • Resurrected enemies – enemies are resurrected during the so-called Blood Moon. When the red moon rises during the night, it stands as a sign, that all enemies on the map have been resurrected.

Link can travel the world in a variety of ways. - Exploring the World | Gameplay basics - Gameplay Basics - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide
Link can travel the world in a variety of ways.

Exploration is one of the strongest gameplay elements. The world is huge and filled with numerous attractions. At the beginning it is worth to have a look at the basic means of movement and possible interactions with the world:

  • Running – you will spend most of the time in the game on foot. Remember, that Link can run faster (the B key), which will prove to be very useful on numerous occasions during your playthrough. While running, your character can execute long jumps, which will also allow you to climb up to higher locations, etc.
  • Swimming – in the game you can swim in the traditional fashion, by simply jumping into the water, or, by using a raft. In regard to the first option, you will use up your stamina, but certain actions, such as e.g. fishing, will be possible. However, sometimes you will encounter abandoned rafts, which will allow you to travel much greater distances. But, in order to navigate with one such vessel, you will need a Korok Leaf.
  • Climbing – in the game it is possible to scale walls, cliffs, etc. but it uses up Link’s stamina and without upgrades, you will not be able to climb very high. During the climb you can press X, in order to quickly jump and latch onto a point above you, however, this move will use up a lot of your stamina. Climbing is extremely useful, as it allows you to get a better feel of the surrounding area and also allows you to plan a longer journey.
  • Paraglider – after the initial stages of the game, you will gain access to a paraglider. It allows you to glide over considerable distances, of which you will repeatedly make use. When you are in the air, press X to open the paraglider and glide in a desired direction. Keep in mind that this type of action also consumes stamina. It is best to use it while jumping from the highest points in the game, in order to quickly explore the world.
  • Quick travel – each time you activate a tower, or a shrine, you will gain the ability to quick travel to its location.

Always prioritize exploring towers and shrines. - Exploring the World | Gameplay basics - Gameplay Basics - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide
Always prioritize exploring towers and shrines.

When it comes to the most important points on the map, than you certainly have to keep an eye out for:

  • Towers – climbing to the top of the tower is a priority. When you are at the top, you will discover a portion of the map with the more important points of interest. In addition, you can quick travel to the towers and use the paraglider while jumping off them, which is very useful.
  • Enemy camps – during the game you will encounter enemy encampments. Each differs in some way from the others, some will have fewer enemies, others will have towers with guards, etc. Each of these places, however, has a lot of valuable loot. You can take the weapons of your enemies, and after clearing the camp, you can acquire a chest with a prize.
  • Shrines – shrines are mini-dungeons, which offer various puzzles and challenges. After completing them, you will find valuable loot and Spirit Orbs, which you can spend e.g. on stamina upgrades, or increasing your amount of hearts. You can also quick travel to any previously explored shrine.
  • Villages – in the game you will find several villages, where you can find merchants, NPCs with quests, goddess statutes (where you can spend Spirit Orbs) etc. it is definitely worth talking to every citizen of a given village, since they offer numerous clues and valuable items.
  • Stables – you can also encounter stables on your journey, with a distinctive horse structure towering over the building. You can summon your horse there, register new steeds, etc.
  • Great Fairy Fountains – you will find several fountains in the game, where, after paying a fee in Rupees, you will be able to upgrade your armour.
  • Campfires – you can also find campfires in the game, ordinary ones and ones with large pots on them. You can prepare meals and potions in these locations, which will strengthen your character.
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Given time, you will be able to significantly improve the parameters and equipment of your character. - Character development and crafting | Gameplay basics - Gameplay Basics - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide
Given time, you will be able to significantly improve the parameters and equipment of your character.

As in many games, at the beginning of the game Link is a rather weak character, who, given time, will possess more and more powerful skills and equipment. There are several key areas, in which you can upgrade and improve your character:

  • Equipment – as you might easily guess, one of the best options to improve Link’s capabilities is to get new equipment for him. As you make progress in the game you will gain access to new areas, where you will find a large number of new weapons and armour, that will make the game significantly easier.
  • Armour upgrades – you can upgrade your armour at the Great Fairy Fountains. All you have to do, is pay an initial fee in Rupees and deliver the appropriate materials to the fairy. Improved armour has much higher defensive statistics, which make Link a much tougher opponent.
  • Additional hearts – you can earn extra hearts in the game in two ways. You can exchange four Spirit Orbs for one heart at a goddess statue in a town, or complete a dungeon. Each of the four dungeons in the game adds one heart.
  • Improved stamina – just like in the case of hearts, you can offer four Spirit Orbs and receive a stamina upgrade. Additional stamina will allow you to do more climbing, swimming, gliding, etc. Which will make it easier to get to new locations in the game.
  • Additional item slots – it is necessary to collect Korok Seeds for Hestu, who will increase your number of item slots as a prize. This is very useful, especially in the later stages of the game, where it is worth collecting weapons from specific enemies.

Additionally, remember that you can temporarily enhance the capabilities of your character with the help of crafting:

  • You can cook meals that offer a variety of improvements and regenerate life. Many meals offer e.g. temporary hearts, or armour increases, which is useful when dealing with a challenging fight.
  • You can prepare unique potions that offer a variety of bonuses and enhancements. To brew a potion you need monster parts, which are nothing more than the remnants of the enemies you defeat. You can connect them to so-called critters, namely toads, insects, etc. and as a result create elixirs. They will allow you to gain additional resistances and will strengthen Link overall.

Thats the location of the Master Sword on the world map. - How to get Master Sword? | FAQ - FAQ - Frequently asked questions - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide
That’s the location of the Master Sword on the world map.

Master Sword is an iconic and powerfull sword known recurring througout the Zelda series. In this installment, players also can obtain this weapon. However, it is well hidden and it’s actually possible to finish the whole game without finding it.

Follow the beacons ad avoid. - How to get Master Sword? | FAQ - FAQ - Frequently asked questions - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide
Follow the beacons ad avoid.

Master Sword is located near the center of the Great Hyrule Forest, west of the Hyrule Castle. In order to reach the weapon, you have to break through the Lost Woods. The locations is traitorous – if you just dash forwards, dense fog will soon embrace you, and you’ll be retracted to the beginning of the location. To get to the center of the forest, you have to follow the beacons (like this one above). When you reach the last one, light your torch and carefully try to go any way you think is fit – if the fog becomes denser, you have to turn back right away and look for another path. You also should pay attention to the direction the glowing things are gliding – try to always follow them.

To be able to pull the sword out, you need at least 13 hearts. - How to get Master Sword? | FAQ - FAQ - Frequently asked questions - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide
To be able to pull the sword out, you need at least 13 hearts.

Master Sword is embedded in a stone. It’s not enough to just grab it and take it away, though – it has its price: 13 hearts. Temporary hearts don’t count, so you can only obtain this weapon in latter part of the game. Remember that additional hearts can be obtained by discovering hidden shrines – you need to visit exactly 40 of those to get enough hearts.

As concerns the weapon itself, it’s indestructible and if you have all hearts it shoots fireballs at enemies. Additionally, the weapon doubles the damage dealt to dungeon bosses, or the Ganon itself. Hence it’s a very handy tool, especially in case of more challenging fights. Attention! If you overuse Master Sword, the weapon will become unavailable for ten minutes. You will have to wait until the weapon recharges. Hence it’s a good idea to save this sword for the toughest fights as well as to get it before the final stages of the game – they will be much easier.

Heres the location of the Hylian Shield - before you can get it, you also have to defeat a boss. - How to get Hylian Shield? | FAQ - FAQ - Frequently asked questions - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide
Here’s the location of the Hylian Shield – before you can get it, you also have to defeat a boss.

Hylian Shield can be found in the Hyrule Castle, the final dungeon of the game. The shield is hidden well. Moreover, getting to it’s location will require fighting hordes of enemies and breaking through a real maze of chambers. In the end you will reach the location showed above – use a bomb to break the wall. You will reach a big chamber with bones. When you move a couple steps forward, you will be attacked by a boss – Stalnox.

The fight with Stalnox

Shoot fire arrows at its eye and then use your sword. - How to get Hylian Shield? | FAQ - FAQ - Frequently asked questions - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide
Shoot fire arrows at its eye and then use your sword.

This enemy isn’t terribly challenging and the tactics required for beating him are rather simple/ You only have to shoot his eye with fire arrows – such attacks will stun him, which will give you a time window when the boss is totally vulnerable. Use this moment to close in and attack with a melee weapon. When the enemy comes back to senses, increase the distance and repeat the procedure. After a couple rounds, the boss will be defeated, and the path to the shield will be open.

After the fight, you can take the shield from the chest - How to get Hylian Shield? | FAQ - FAQ - Frequently asked questions - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide??

After the fight, you can take the shield from the chest.

After you win, you will be able to retrieve a couple items from the boss and pick up the Hylian Shield from a chest – it’s the most powerful shield in the game. Along with the Master Sword they combine the iconic equipment of Link and they make the game a whole lot easier.

If you want to upgrade the armor, you have to spare some Rupees. - Great Fairy Fountains - How to upgrade the armor? | FAQ - FAQ - Frequently asked questions - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide
If you want to upgrade the armor, you have to spare some Rupees.

There are four powerful fairies in the game, and they can all upgrade a part of the armor. At the beginning each of them is magically trapped in a bud and you have to give them a certain amount of Rupees in order to get them out. As you free the fairies, you can subsequently upgrade the armor (up to level 4).

Note that with each new fairy the cost increases considerably. The first one requires only a 100 Rupees, the second 500, the third 1000, and the fourth… 10,000 Rupees! The silver lining is that when you free them, you don’t have to pay for the upgrade. Remember, though, that each upgrade also requires a certain amount of materials and other items.

Below you can find an index of every fairy in the game – the order in which you visit them does not matter.

Cotera

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Cotere is nearby Kakariko Village - Great Fairy Fountains - How to upgrade the armor? | FAQ - FAQ - Frequently asked questions - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide

Cotere is nearby Kakariko Village. If you talk to the village dwellers, they will tell you of a fairy that lives near the shrine in the mountains.

Kayasa

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Kayasa resides in the very center of the Great Fairy Fountain - Great Fairy Fountains - How to upgrade the armor? | FAQ - FAQ - Frequently asked questions - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide

Kayasa resides in the very center of the Great Fairy Fountain. She’s very close to the Dah Hesho Shrine – from the shrine, you can glide straight to the fairy.

Mija

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Its easy to reach her by gliding from the Tabantha Tower - Great Fairy Fountains - How to upgrade the armor? | FAQ - FAQ - Frequently asked questions - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide

It’s easy to reach her by gliding from the Tabantha Tower. Just look for a big flower when standing on the tower and glide towards it.

Tera

This fairy is definitely the hardest one to find - Great Fairy Fountains - How to upgrade the armor? | FAQ - FAQ - Frequently asked questions - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide

This fairy is definitely the hardest one to find. She’s at the very edge of the world, near the Gerudo Great Skeleton. Traveling across the desert will be challenging – make sure you travel at night if you can and wear light clothes.

The minigame is located here, right next to Hebra Tower. - Whats the quickest way to earn rupees? | FAQ - FAQ - Frequently asked questions - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide
The minigame is located here, right next to Hebra Tower.

You will be constantly short on Rupees, which can be spent on a great many things. In order to prevent poverty in the game, you should get to Pondo Lodge as soon as you can. There awaits a simple minigame that quickly enables you to earn a considerable amount of money.

When you’re there, approach an NPC, Pondo, and talk to him. The man will offer you taking part in a game called Snowball Bowling for 20 Rupees. The fee is actually quite low and will soon be more than returned. The minigame will begin; the rules are very simple:

If you can get all the pins in the first throw, you receive 300 Rupees! - Whats the quickest way to earn rupees? | FAQ - FAQ - Frequently asked questions - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide
If you can get all the pins in the first throw, you receive 300 Rupees!

  • You have two attempts you can pick the ball up two times and throw it down the slope.
  • There are a couple of awards – if you can get a strike (i.e. you knock down all pins in the first attempts) you will get 300 Rupees! If you can achieve the same result in two throws, you will get the so-called spare, worth 100 Rupees. If you manage to knock down 9 of 10 pins in two throws, you will get 50 Rupees.

Stand behind Pondo and aim the ball as shown above to get an easy strike. - Whats the quickest way to earn rupees? | FAQ - FAQ - Frequently asked questions - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide
Stand behind Pondo and aim the ball as shown above to get an easy strike.

It’s easy to observe that the best idea is to specialize in one-time strikes that will quickly fill your pockets will Rupees. See the picture above. It depicts the optimal way of aiming the ball so as to get a strike. After you master this game, you’ll be able to earn great amounts of money that can be spent elsewhere.

You can wait until a specific time of day at bonfires. - How to start a bonfire? | FAQ - FAQ - Frequently asked questions - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide
You can wait until a specific time of day at bonfires.

When exploring the world, you will be able to light a bonfire virtually at any time. It’s very useful, since the bonfire allows you to:

  • Control the flow of time while at a bonfire, you can for example decide to wait until the evening, or wait out a storm. That comes especially handy when you’ve got a task that can be accomplished only at a specific time of day.
  • Cook a meal – you don’t always need to look for a pot to cook. Man meals can be prepared with just a simple bonfire. It’s not the perfect solution, but it’s a good alternative.

When it comes down to lighting the fire, you need to:

  • Prepare the fuel – you can for example cut down some characteristic tress. Use an axe, and soon you will have all the wood you need;
  • Get a flint – you can get a flint by cracking rocks or find it in a cave;
  • Throw the fuel and the flint on the ground – enter the inventory and drop the wood and the flint. It’s enough to strike these items with any steel weapon to light a fire. Done, the fire is now at your personal service.

Here, you will find Hestu for the first time. - How to increase your inventory capacity? (Locating Hestu) | FAQ - FAQ - Frequently asked questions - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide
Here, you will find Hestu for the first time.

At the beginning, the capacity of your inventory will be very limited. This can be especially frustrating when you collect different weapons. Fortunately, there is a way to change that. Go to the spot marked on your map and meet with Hestu. Speak with him and you will receive a side quest – The Priceless Maracas.

The task is very simple – all you need to do is head north, turn right towards a small gully and face a small group of enemies. Defeat them and jump on a platform and take the Maracas out of the chest. Get back to Hestu to complete your quest.

Use Korok Seed to increase the capacity of your inventory. - How to increase your inventory capacity? (Locating Hestu) | FAQ - FAQ - Frequently asked questions - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide
Use Korok Seed to increase the capacity of your inventory.

From now on, each time you bring him a Korok Seeds, your inventory capacity will increase. This is how it works:

  • Give Korok Seeds to Hestu and he will ask which inventory space you wish to increase. You can choose between additional slots for your weapon, bow or shield,
  • With each upgrade, the cost of Korok Seeds will increase by one. The first upgrade will cost one Korok Seeds, the next one two, and so on.
  • There are 900 Korok Seeds that can be found in different locations; solve puzzles, pick up rocks etc.

Second location where you can find Hestu... - How to increase your inventory capacity? (Locating Hestu) | FAQ - FAQ - Frequently asked questions - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide
Second location where you can find Hestu…

Hestu can also be found in Korok Forest - How to increase your inventory capacity? (Locating Hestu) | FAQ - FAQ - Frequently asked questions - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide

Hestu can also be found in Korok Forest.

One should remember that Hestu’s location will change as you purchase new upgrades. After purchasing a couple of them, he will move to Riverside Stable, not far from Whistling Hill. After retrieving some more Korok Seeds, Hestu will travel to the Korok Forest, and he will remain there till the end of the game.

Seek Shrines and try to complete all of them to obtain Spirit Orbs. - How to improve stamina/health? | FAQ - FAQ - Frequently asked questions - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide
Seek Shrines and try to complete all of them to obtain Spirit Orbs.

At the very beginning you will have just a couple of hearts and rather low stamina. In order to improve one of your parameters, you will have to find and complete mini dungeons known as the Shrines. Shrines and their locations will differ from one another – some dungeons can be completed in several minutes, while other will be long and end up with a boss fight. There are 120 such places in the game and after completing a Shrine, you will receive a Spirit Orb.

Use the statues to exchange Orbs for additional hearts or more stamina. - How to improve stamina/health? | FAQ - FAQ - Frequently asked questions - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide
Use the statues to exchange Orbs for additional hearts or more stamina.

Take your Spirit Orbs to any of the statues – you can exchange four Orbs for one heart, or some additional stamina. When upgrading your parameters, remember that:

  • You start the game with only three hearts and most of your enemies can easily eliminate Link. Thus, it is very important to increase your health as soon as possible. Just remember not to spend too many Spirit Orbs on that – it’s far better to use food that can generate hearts temporary and master how to dodge and strike back,
  • To gain one of the most important items in the game, you will need 13 hearts (not mentioning additional ones),
  • Increasing your stamina is crucial – you will need it e.g. to reach important locations through climbing and swimming.
  • To sum up, try to keep a balance between gaining additional hearts and increasing your stamina.

In Hateno Village there is a special statue that allows to redistribute Spirit Orbs. - How to improve stamina/health? | FAQ - FAQ - Frequently asked questions - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide
In Hateno Village there is a special statue that allows to redistribute Spirit Orbs.

One should keep in mind that it is possible to exchange additional hearts for stamina points and vice versa. When you encounter the statue for the first time, a short side quest will begin and you will lose one heart. Don’t panic – speak with the statue again and it will offer to give you back your heart or exchange it for stamina.

From now on, you can give Heart containers/Stamina Vessels to the strange creature - How to improve stamina/health? | FAQ - FAQ - Frequently asked questions - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide

From now on, you can give Heart containers/Stamina Vessels to the strange creature. Each time the statue will give you 100 rupees. Whenever you decide that you want to improve your statistics, the statue will demand 120 rupees. Thus, to relocate Spirit Orbs, you will have to pay 20 Rupees. It’s the only way to reset your previous decisions.

Remember! There are four large dungeons that one can complete, and you will receive a heart for each of them.

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You should be well prepared before you enter the cold areas of the world. - How to protect from cold in Zelda: Breath of the Wild? - FAQ - Frequently asked questions - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide
You should be well prepared before you enter the cold areas of the world.

You will find a number of locations in the game, with very low temperatures. The effects can be seen on Link – at the beginning he will start to shiver from the cold, and after a short time his hearts will begin to wane. If you do not prepare in advance, you will quickly freeze and will be forced to repeat a given section of the game. There are several ways to protect yourself from the frost:

  • Wear armour, which offers cold resistance – this is the most sensible option, it is worth having a set of armour, which will grant you resistance to the cold. Whenever you encounter a cold location, equip Link with this armour, in order to protect him from the deadly temperature. It is very worthwhile to acquire the Warm Doublet during a short quest in the Great Plateau.
  • Eat a certain meal/drink a potion – a large number of meals and potions in the game offers resistance to low temperature. It is very much worth it to prepare some meals in advance, if you plan to get through some cold locations. A perfect recipe for cold resistance is a combination of Raw Meat from a boar, Hyrule Bass and Spicy Pepper, which will create a meal, that will grant you resistance to cold for 3 minutes.
  • Equip Link with a torch – this is not a perfect solution, but in the face of minor frost, it should help. The heat from the torch will protect Link.
  • Make campfires – you can create fires, at which you can warm your character. Once you warm up, run forward in a given direction, and after a while create another campfire, and so on. This technique you should get through the locations, but it is very inconvenient.

Over time, you will be able to upgrade the Sheikah Slate. - How to upgrade the Sheikah Slate in Zelda: Breath of the Wild? - FAQ - Frequently asked questions - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide
Over time, you will be able to upgrade the Sheikah Slate.

At some point in the game, you will get a quest called Locked Mementos from Impa at the Kakariko Village. To improve Sheikah Slate, you must complete this task. Here are the consecutive steps:

  • Head to Fort Hateno via the road,
  • When you get there, turn left a bit, until you reach Hateno Village,
  • In the village, go to the Hateno Ancient Tech Lab and talk to Purah and Symin.

You will learn that you can improve Sheikah Slate, but first you have to get the blue flame from an ancient furnace, located in the village. The task is simple – locate the blue flame and carry it to the lab using a torch. To make the task simpler, light all the torches that you will find along the way. When you reach the correct location, use the flame on the furnace to activate the machine. Talk to Purah and you will unlock new options and possibilities of the Sheikah Slate:

  • The camera,
  • The Hyrule Compendium,
  • The Album.

When you upgrade Sheikah Slate, Purah will propose further improvements to your runes. However, it is necessary to provide her with the correct materials. The simplest way to acquire them is to fight the Guardians, which makes the task quite challenging. Upon the delivery of the specified items, the lady will improve one of the runes:

  • Sensor+: the Sheikah Sensor can now search through the Hyrule Compendium in search of any item.
  • Bomb+: Bombs will be more powerful and will be ready to be used again faster.
  • Stasis+: Will allow you to freeze enemies and prevent them from making any movement.

You can deflect the Guardians laser by using the shield. - How to fight Guardians in Zelda: Breath of the Wild? - FAQ - Frequently asked questions - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide
You can deflect the Guardian’s laser by using the shield.

Guardians are huge, spider-like machines, which you can encounter in the game from time to time. They are very powerful opponents, who are able to evaporate all of your health with barely one shot of their laser. They often protect interesting locations or treasures, so it is very worthwhile to learn effective strategies on how to overcome them, in order to facilitate the playthrough:

  • Deflecting the beam with the shield – this is by far the most effective method that will quickly vanquish the Guardians, even in the early stages of the game. When facing off against the enemy, raise your shield and wait for the laser shot. For a moment, before the shot, Energy will start to gather around the Guardian’s eye and the screen will brighten up. Immediately press the button responsible for parrying blows, and Link will deflect the beam straight into the opponent. Initially, this may prove to be quite difficult, but if you quickly master this technique, it will really pay off in the game. However, if you get hit by the laser, you will die on the spot unless equipped with powerful armour. You have to deflect from 1 to 3 rays to destroy the Guardian.
  • Complete the Vah Rudiana dungeon upon completing this dungeon, you will gain the Daruk’s Protection ability, which will allow you to neutralize one of the Guardian’s attacks. This is very useful if you have not mastered the technique of reflecting the beams with your shield yet.
  • Acquire the Guardian Shield this type of shield is particularly useful in the fights against the Guardians. It is enough that you raise your shield, and the laser will be reflected in the direction of your opponent. You do not have to bother yourself with blocking in the correct moment in order to deflect the beam, as it is with the first technique. This type of shield can be found, e.g. in Shrines.
  • Equip yourself with the Ancient Arrows – these are very powerful arrows, which will kill the Guardian after the first arrows finds its mark. This type of shot is very rare and it is a much better idea to learn the shield technique.

It is mandatory to have certain items in your equipment. - How to acquire the axe, hammer and leaf in Zelda: Breath of the Wild? - FAQ - Frequently asked questions - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide
It is mandatory to have certain items in your equipment.

In the game there are a few items that you should definitely have in your inventory. The absolutely basic ones include:

  • Woodcutter Axe you can use it, e.g. to cut down trees and acquire firewood, which is needed if you want to start any fires. You can find one of the first axes near the Old Man’s camp, at the beginning of the game. Remember, that you can also use e.g. the bomb to bring down trees, and if absolutely necessary, also a melee weapon, but it is much better to save them for combat situations.
  • Sledgehammer – it is mainly used to crush rocks and gain minerals that way. Hammers are quite common, you can find them in some of the shrines, houses in the village, etc.
  • Korok Leaf – The huge leaf is mostly used for sailing, as you can use it to navigate a raft. You can usually find one near an abandoned boar, but most often you will simply get them after you cut down a tree. Whenever you bring down a tree, apart from the wood, you will also get a Korok Leaf.

Keep in mind, that these items will gradually deteriorate while they are used, so it is necessary to continually acquire new equipment. Check the condition of your gear on a regular basis, and dispose of the items which have low durability.

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Activate the pedestal

Your first mission is a tutorial which begins in a temple (1). Approach the pedestal and interact with it. Go to the next room and collect clothes from a chest. Once you activate another pedestal, a gate will open and you will be able to walk outside. Head to where an old man is located (2). Talk to him and go to the tower (3).

Talk to the old man - Follow the Sheikah Slate | Main quests - Main quests - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide
Talk to the old man

Look around – not far from the old man there is an axe that you can use as a weapon or to cut down trees and collect wood. You will come across some Bokoblins. Fighting them is extremely easy and once you defeat all of them, you will obtain a bow and a sword. Reach your destination and activate another pedestal.

Activate the tower and you will gain access to the map of the region - Follow the Sheikah Slate | Main quests - Main quests - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide
Activate the tower and you will gain access to the map of the region

This way, you will activate Great Plateau Tower and unlock the map of the surrounding region. Exit the tower to begin another quest. In order to get down safely, jump down using the rocky shelves.

Your task is to locate and visit four temples. In each of them, you will have to complete specific actions to receive runes and Spirit Orbs, which will help you develop Link’s abilities. Certain parts of the quest were described in the separate sections.

  • Oman Au Shrine
  • Ja Baij Shrine
  • Owa Daim Shrine
  • Keh Namut Shrine
  • Temple of Time

Oman Au Shrine

Use Magnesis Rune to pick up objects - The Isolated Plateau | Main quests - Main quests - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide
Use Magnesis Rune to pick up objects

You will find the first temple behind the sunken ruins. Approach it (1) and activate the pedestal. Use the entrance to enter Oman Au Shrine. In this temple, you will gain access to Magnesis Rune. First, approach the pedestal located in the left part of the room and activate it. To activate the rune, press L. Objects that you can interact with will glow yellow. Pick up one of the metal discs and you will discover a passage underneath.

Bring the chest down - The Isolated Plateau | Main quests - Main quests - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide
Bring the chest down

In the next room, use the Magnesis rune to take one of the blocks from the wall, and get to the other side. Defeat the Guardian Scout and move forward. Pick up a metal disc above the water, and use the Magnesis rune to open the gate. On your left, at the top, there is a chest. Use the rune to pull it down. There is a Traveler’s Bow inside. Reach the elevation to complete this part of the quest.

Use the binoculars to locate the remaining temples - The Isolated Plateau | Main quests - Main quests - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide
Use the binoculars to locate the remaining temples

In order to locate the remaining temples, get back to the tower and reach its top. Use your binoculars to mark all three locations on your map. Leave the tower and visit all three temples.

Ja Baij Shrine

The temple is located within the ruins - The Isolated Plateau | Main quests - Main quests - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide
The temple is located within the ruins

The temple is located within the ruins (2). Watch out for enemies that will react when you are nearby. They will fire lasers which will cause instant death. Whenever they get a lock on your position, hide behind the nearest wall.

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Destroy the wall with a bomb

Once you near to the temple, activate the pedestal to get to the bottom. Once you are inside, reach another pedestal to obtain runes. From now on, you can use bombs – use them to access the next room. Press L to select a bomb, R to throw it, and L to detonate it. Destroy the wall and move forward.

There are many treasure chests scattered around - The Isolated Plateau | Main quests - Main quests - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide
There are many treasure chests scattered around

At the end of the corridor, on the right, there is a chest with a Traveler’s Claymore inside. Get up the ladder and you will see a platform and a wall that can be destroyed. I’s best to use a cube bomb, so it won’t roll down the platform. Once you reach another room, go to the left. Stand at the device by the wall and the mechanism will push you towards the spot with a chest of gold.

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Place the bomb in the lock - The Isolated Plateau | Main quests - Main quests - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide
Place the bomb in the lock

Get to the mechanism on the other side of the room. Place a round bomb in the lock and as soon as it gets close to the rocks, detonate it. Use the ladder to reach the other side. Get and to elevation and collect the Spirit Orb.

Owa Daim Shrine

Cut down the tree to create a footbridge - The Isolated Plateau | Main quests - Main quests - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide
Cut down the tree to create a footbridge

The next temple is at the top of a mountain (4). On your way there, visit a hut in the woods and collect some items, inter alia spicy peppers and an axe. Combine mushrooms and spicy peppers to cook food that will protect you from cold (3). It will come in handy later on in the game. Head towards the mountain, and when you reach the abyss, cut down the tree to create a footbridge.

Activate the pedestal - The Isolated Plateau | Main quests - Main quests - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide
Activate the pedestal

Get to the wall and climb it. Be careful not to fall down, as your stamina is still very low. Use the shelves to rest. Once you get to the top, enter the temple. Approach the pedestal and activate Stasis Rune – use it to control time.

Use Stasis Rune to stop time with given objects - The Isolated Plateau | Main quests - Main quests - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide
Use Stasis Rune to stop time with given objects

Get close to the edge and use the force on a gear, to get to the other side. It won’t take long for you to notice a path rock that rolls down a path. Use the rune to stop the rock at the edge, which will give you enough time to get to the top. There is a chest with Traveler’s Shield inside. Move forward and you will find the Iron Sledgehammer by the wall. Use the force on a rock that is in your way, and hit it couple of times. Once you get outside, you can use the rune on a rock by the entrance, and collect a Traveler’s Bow.

Keh Namut Shrine

Fix the bridge - The Isolated Plateau | Main quests - Main quests - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide
Fix the bridge

The last temple is located in a cold region (6). As soon as the indicator of your thermometer moves significantly towards the left side, use food that will improve your cold resistance. Once you get to the river and the waterfall (5), use Magnesis Rune to move the meal plate and fix the bridge.

Open the gate by creating a block of ice - The Isolated Plateau | Main quests - Main quests - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide
Open the gate by creating a block of ice

Once you are inside the temple, approach the pedestal and activate Cryonis Rune – use it to create blocks of ice (on water). Get close to the water, use the rune to create a block of ice and get to the other side. Open the gate by creating a block of ice underneath it. In the next room, there is a crack on the left wall. Use your rune to get to the top and open the chest. Collect the Traveler’s Spear.

Pick up the ramp with a block of ice - The Isolated Plateau | Main quests - Main quests - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide
Pick up the ramp with a block of ice

Create a block of ice to pick up the ramp, and get to the top. Reach the elevation to obtain Spirit Orb and complete this part of your quest.

Temple of Time

Pray to develop your character - The Isolated Plateau | Main quests - Main quests - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide
Pray to develop your character

The last part of your quest is to visit the Temple of Time (7). The entrance is protected by a single Bokoblin. On the right, in the crack, there is a chest. Open it and collect the Traveler’s Bow. Head towards the altar and pray. Use Spirit Orb to improve life points or your stamina. Get to the top of the tower and speak to the old man. He will give you the Paraglider – use it to fly short distances. There is a Soldier’s Bow in the chest.

Enter lady Impas house - Seek Out Impa | Main quests - Main quests - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide
Enter lady Impa’s house

Your quest will start in Karakiro Village. Talk to lady Impa, and she will provide you with additional information. The whole idea is for Lady Impa to give you more quests: Locked Mementos and Free the Divine Beasts.

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Enter lady Impas house - Seek Out Impa and Locked Mementos | Main quests - Main quests - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide
Enter lady Impa’s house

The task begins in Kakariko Village. Talk to Lady Impa, who will provide further clues. In truth, the entire mission revolves around Impa granting you more quests: Locked Mementos and Free the Divine Beasts.

You will find a lab at the top of the mountain - Seek Out Impa and Locked Mementos | Main quests - Main quests - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide
You will find a lab at the top of the mountain

Reach the Lab in Hateno Village (1). Talk to Purah, and then to Symin, and then go back to Purah again. She will send you to get the blue flame needed to light the furnace in the lab. Before you set out, be sure to take a torch with you.

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Light the torch

It is best to go to the location of the flame on a sunny day. When it rains, the torch you lit will simply go out. It will also go out if you put it away, run or climb. Take the flame back to the lab. Along the way, it is worth to light stone torches, because when yours goes out for some reason, you will not have to go back to the very beginning. When you are back use the flame to light the furnace.

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Take a photo

Go inside and talk to Purah. Sheikah Slate will gain new features, e.g. a camera. Use it to take a photo of Purah, and then show it to her. Afterwards, return to Kakariko Village and talk to Lady Impa.

You need to continue the journey alone - Find the Fairy Fountain | Main quests - Main quests - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide
You need to continue the journey alone

To complete this task return to Kakariko Village. Pikango will be waiting for you in front of Lady Impa’s house (1). Talk to him and agree to help. In the vicinity of the Ta’loh Naeg Shrine your companion will become tired and will ask you to continue alone and take a picture of the fountain.

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Take a picture of the fountain

Keep going forward. Approach the inactive fountain in the forest (2). You will get a proposal, that for 100 Ruppee, you can start using the fountain. Agree, and then take a picture of the Great Fairy Fountain. Return to Pikango and show him the picture, after that the quest will be completed.

Chicken

Dueling Peaks Tower – activate the tower to reveal the map

Misko, the Great Bandit – treasure

Misko, the Great Bandit – side quest

Wild Horses – side quest

The Priceless Maracas – side quest

Koko’s Kitchen – side quest

Cooking with Koko – side quest

Koko Cuisine – side quest

Koko’s Specialty – side quest

Arrows of Burning Heat – side quest

Flown the Coop – side quest

Playtime with Cottla – side quest

By Firefly’s Light – side quest

Misko, the Great Bandit

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Talk to the treasure hunters

Your quest will start in Dueling Peaks Stable (1). To begin your mission, enter the tent and speak to Domidak and Prissen. Pay 100 rupees to obtain information on the location of the treasure. In order to get there, cross the Big Twin Bridge and walk along the river till you reach the waterfall.

Use a bomb to destroy the wall - Dueling Peaks Tower | Side quests - Side quests - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide
Use a bomb to destroy the wall

You need to climb to the top and use a bomb to destroy the wall. Inside, there is a chest filled with precious stones, truffles and a Soldier’s Spear. Collect the items, destroy one of the walls and pave your way to a chest with a very powerful sword – the Flameblade.

Wild Horses

You have got two minutes to deliver the horse - Dueling Peaks Tower | Side quests - Side quests - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide
You have got two minutes to deliver the horse

The quest will be given by Rensa, located by the entrance to the tent (2). To complete the quest, you will have to pay and deliver a wild horse in less than 2 minutes. As your reward, you will get a Purple Rupee. In order to catch the horse, go near the river. You will have to walk as silently as possible, not to spook the horse. Once you are close enough, press A to mount. All you have to do, is to get back to the village and the quest will be completed.

The Priceless Maracas

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Use this passage to reach village of Bokoblins

Hestu, located by the road to Kakariko village will give you another quest (3). Your task is to retrieve Maracas that were taken by Bokoblins not far from here. One should stand by the entrance and place a bomb. Lure your enemies and defeat them. Once the battle is over, get to the chest at the top of the tower and collected the maracas. Go back to Hestu. You will have to give one Korok seed to fix the instrument. As your reward, your inventory will increase by one slot.

Koko’s Kitchen

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Koko needs ingredients

Your task is to deliver the best carrots to prepare a soup. You can get them in a grocery store located nearby. You may also collect them on a field, if you have the right tools. Once you have the vegetables, give them to Koko (4). One should remember that Koko can be found by the bonfire between 12 and 7, on a sunny day. Your reward will be some Hasty Veggie Cream Soup.

Cooking with Koko

Goat butter can be purchased in a shop - Dueling Peaks Tower | Side quests - Side quests - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide
Goat butter can be purchased in a shop

Another quest for Koko (5). This time you will have to deliver some goat butter. Once again, use the nearby grocery store, and get some goat butter for 12 Rupees. Your reward will be a Hot Buttered Apple.

Koko Cuisine

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Koko needs raw meet

Your favorite cook needs your assistance once again (6). In order to complete her dish, she will need some raw meet. If you don’t have any, go to the nearby forest and hunt. Your reward will be a Tough Meat-Stuffed Pumpkin.

Koko’s Specialty

Chase away the bees to collect some honey - Dueling Peaks Tower | Side quests - Side quests - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide
Chase away the bees to collect some honey

Koko needs more ingredients (7). This time it is honey that is so essential. If you don’t have any, go to the nearby forest and look for bees. Your reward will be an Energizing Honeyed Apple.

Arrows of Burning Heat

Ignite the torches with your fire arrows - Dueling Peaks Tower | Side quests - Side quests - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide
Ignite the torches with your fire arrows

Rola, the sales keeper will give you this quest (8). You can find her in the arrow shop. Your task is to ignite torches surrounding the goddess statue. Due to the fact that they are in the water, you will have to use fire arrows to do that. Complete the task and get back to Rola to collect your reward – 20 Rupees.

Flown the Coop

One of the chicks is hiding on the roof - Dueling Peaks Tower | Side quests - Side quests - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide
One of the chicks is hiding on the roof

Cado lost chickens (9) and your task is to catch 7 chick, scattered around the village, and take them back to the chicknecoop.in order to do that, approach them, press A and throw them across the fence. You will receive a Purple Rupee. Use the map to track all the animals.

Playtime with Cottla

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Play with Cottla

Near the clothes shop, there is a girl called Cottla (10). You can play hide and seek. She will hide behind lady Impa’s house. Find her and you will obtain Rock Salt.

By Firefly’s Light

Once you have the fireflies, enter Laslis house - Dueling Peaks Tower | Side quests - Side quests - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide
Once you have the fireflies, enter Lasli’s house

To complete the quest, wait till 9 pm near the armor store, and wait for Lasli to finish her work and walk back home. On your way, collect 5 fireflies. Get back to her house (11) and set them free in her room.

Hateno Tower � Hateno Tower – activate the tower to reveal the map.

The Statue’s Bargain

Hylian Homeowner

Slated for Upgrades

Robbie’s Research

Sunshroom Sensing

The Hero’s Cache

The Weapon Connoisseur

A Gift for My Beloved

The Sheep Rustlers

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This fight mainly comes down to shooting the ice projectiles. - Divine Beast Vah Ruta | Bossfights - Bossfights - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide
This fight mainly comes down to shooting the ice projectiles.

This bossfight is quite interesting. You will mount Sidon, which will take care of encircling the boss and navigation through the battlefield. At the beginning of the fight, the priority is shooting the big, ice projectiles flung by the boss. You have to shoot them while they’re flying – if they hit you, you will receive minor damage. When you shoot down the first wave of the projectiles, Sidon will close in on the beast.

When you jump up, aim at the pink spots. - Divine Beast Vah Ruta | Bossfights - Bossfights - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide
When you jump up, aim at the pink spots.

When you’re right next to the water stream, jump into it, fling into the air and shoot shock arrows at the pink spot on your opponent. It will light up in green, and you will get back to Sidon to repeat the sequence as explained above. Take down projectiles, use the waterfalls to jump onto the enemy, and shoot weak spots when it’s exposed. After a couple rounds the enemy will be defeated and you’ll be able to continue.

This fight is divided into two stages:

Stage one

Aim at the enemy from a distance and try to shorten the distance. - Waterblight Ganon | Bossfights - Bossfights - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide
Aim at the enemy from a distance and try to shorten the distance.

Your priority is shooting the blue crystal on top of the enemy’s head. This boss is rather slow and you can attack him with your sword as well. Mind its attacks with the long spear, though. Additionally, when you’re right underneath it, the boss will charge the spear and slam it into the ground, dealing damage all around the area. When you see the weapon being rose, get away to avoid damage.

From time to time, the boss will turn into a blue sphere of energy and will proceed to another area of the location. Follow it and attack the whole time; when the boss loses 50% of HP, stage two will begin.

Stage two

Shot arrows at the blue crystal on top of its head to stun the boss. - Waterblight Ganon | Bossfights - Bossfights - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide
Shot arrows at the blue crystal on top of it’s head to stun the boss.

The boss will rise the level of water in the room, which will make the fight more cumbersome. Fortunately, there are still four platforms from which the enemy can be attacked. Use your bow again and try to hit the blue crystal on its head. When Waterbligh Ganon closes in on you, swim to another platform and continue shooting at the boss.

The boss will summon more ice projectiles and fling its weapon at you, so be careful. When you hit it a couple of times in the crystal, the enemy will be stunned – quickly get to the platform it’s at and attack. The boss will soon get back to senses, but with much less HP – if you’ve done everything correctly. Repeat this procedure until you claim victory.

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Bosh Kala Shrine

Ree Dahee Shrine

Ha Dahamar Shrine

Shee Venath Shrine

Shee Vaneer Shrine

Toto Sah Shrine

Ta’loh Naeg Shrine

Lakna Rokee Shrine

Hila Rao Shrine

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Myahm Agana Shrine

Chaas Qeta Shrine

Dow Na’eh Shrine

Kam Urog Shrine

Mezza Lo Shrine

Tahno O’ah Shrine

Jitan Sa’mi Shrine

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Soh Kofi Shrine – Fight with Guardian Scout

Sheh Rata Shrine

Kaya Wan Shrine

Daka Tuss Shrine

Rucco Maag Shrine

Shai Yota Shrine

Ne’ez Yohma Shrine

Kah Mael Shrine

Dagah Keek Shrine

Key points of Shrines – Lanayru Tower – The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

Shrine location

Ceremonial Trident

Stone (Master of the Wind)

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Dah Hesho Shrine – Fight with Guardian Scout

Ke’nai Shakah Shrine – Fight with Guardian Scout

Ze Kasho Shrine – Control platforms

Katosa Aug Shrine – Near East Akkala Stable

Ritaag Zumo Shrine – Supply the ball to the hole

Tu Ka’loh Shrine – Go through the maze

Zuna Kai Shrine – Shrine Quest

Tutsuma Nima Shrine – Shrine Quest

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Shrine location

Ball location

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Bosh Kala Shrine

Ree Dahee Shrine

Ha Dahamar Shrine

Shee Venath Shrine

Shee Vaneer Shrine

Toto Sah Shrine

Ta’loh Naeg Shrine

Lakna Rokee Shrine

Hila Rao Shrine

There are 9 shrines in the Dueling Peaks Tower region. Below, you can see a detailed description of passing through all of them. The exact location of the shrines has also been marked on the map.

  • Bosh Kala Shrine
  • Ree Dahee Shrine
  • Ha Dahamar Shrine
  • Shee Venath Shrine
  • Shee Vaneer Shrine
  • Toto Sah Shrine
  • Ta’loh Naeg Shrine
  • Shila Rao Shrine

Bosh Kala Shrine

The force of the wind will carry you to the other side - Dueling Peaks Tower | Shrines - Shrines - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide
The force of the wind will carry you to the other side

A task connected to wind awaits you in this shrine. Go onto the rise on the left side, jump when you are on the very edge and use the Paraglider. The force of the wind will carry you to the next platform with a chest on it, in which you will find some gold. Use this method to get onto the next platforms.

Jump to the platform with the chest - Dueling Peaks Tower | Shrines - Shrines - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide
Jump to the platform with the chest

When you are at the very end of the shrine, jump to the platform located right next to the wall. In the chest you will find the Soldier’s Claymore. After that is done, take the Spirit Orb, in order to finish the task.

Ree Dahee Shrine

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Activate the platform

In this shrine you will need to have very good timing. Walk up to the edge and stand on the switch in the floor in such a way, that the sphere falls into its place. Afterwards, wait a bit and go onto the moving platform, which has been activated by your actions. Use the same method with the next two switches.

Place a barrel on the switch - Dueling Peaks Tower | Shrines - Shrines - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide
Place a barrel on the switch

There is also a hidden chest in the shrine. In order to reach it, use the Magnesis Rune and place a barrel on the switch, the last one you activated. This will raise the platform and unlock access to the Climber’s Bandanna. When that is done, go collect the Spirit Orb.

Ha Dahamar Shrine

The blocks of ice can also be set vertically - Dueling Peaks Tower | Shrines - Shrines - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide
The blocks of ice can also be set vertically

In this shrine you will once again be using the Cryonis Rune, which has the power to create blocks of ice in the water. Go to the first tank, create a block and jump to the other side. In the next part you will have to use your power on the side wall, in order to create an ice shelf. To get to the chest that has the Purple Rupee, you need to make a set of stairs from the blocks. In the next section of the shrine you have to make sure that the sphere reaches the correct location. To this end, you should arrange the blocks on the opposite wall, in such a way that they block the ramp. Then go through the grate that has just opened and collect the Spirit Orb.

Shee Venath Shrine

Place the spheres in this way - Dueling Peaks Tower | Shrines - Shrines - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide
Place the spheres in this way

In this shrine your goal is to place the spheres in the correct locations. The exact pattern has been shown in the picture above. But before we get to that, use the platform to get to the very top. Then jump off of it and use the Paraglider to get to the shelf located behind the wall. There is a chest there, which contains the Derpentine Spear. After the spheres have been arranged, a passage will open, and you will be able to collect the Spirit Orb.

Shee Vaneer Shrine

Place the spheres in this way - Dueling Peaks Tower | Shrines - Shrines - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide
Place the spheres in this way

Another shrine in which you must place the spheres in the correct positions (see the picture above). There is a chest here, to which you can get by using the Paraglider. It contains the Eightfold Longblade. Collect the Spirit Orb after all of the task have been completed.

Toto Sah Shrine

Destroy the wall to gain access to the shrine - Dueling Peaks Tower | Shrines - Shrines - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide
Destroy the wall to gain access to the shrine

In order to get to the shrine, you have to use bombs to destroy the stone wall. Once you are inside, you have to make a path to the other side of the temple for yourself. To this end, approach the pedestal and place the missing elements of the path by making moves with your controller. Note, that there is a chest by the first piece you have to move, which contains the Shield of the Mind’s Eye.

Create a path - Dueling Peaks Tower | Shrines - Shrines - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide
Create a path

At the second pedestal, you have to set the stairs in a straight line. Their middle part moves together with the inclination of the controller. In the third case, you will have to arrange the missing part of the road twice. The first time, to get the Small Key from the chest. The second time, to get to the other side. Use the key to open the door and collect the Spirit Orb.

Ta’loh Naeg Shrine

The arena - Dueling Peaks Tower | Shrines - Shrines - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide
The arena

When visiting this shrine, you will learn a few tricks connected to combat, and more specifically, connected to avoiding the blows of your enemies. You will be fighting a Guardian Scout. The game will be showing you which key combination you have to press, in order to leave the encounter unscathed. You have to perform three dodges here. Move to the side by holding ZL and in the correct moment jump and then strike. The next one is a backwards pirouette. While holding ZL, point the stick down and jump in the correct moment, and then strike. In the last case charge your weapon, namely hold Y until it is charged and then release, in order to strike.

Shila Rao Shrine

Reach the shrine so as not to destroy the flowers - Dueling Peaks Tower | Shrines - Shrines - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide
Reach the shrine so as not to destroy the flowers

A Shrine Quest awaits you before the entrance to the shrine. The point of it is to reach the shrine without ruining any flowers on your way. This task is quite simple, just gently move forward avoiding the overgrown part of the garden. Once you are inside, you have to get to the other side of the water tank by going along the floating footbridges.

Pull the chest out of the water by using the magnet - Dueling Peaks Tower | Shrines - Shrines - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide
Pull the chest out of the water by using the magnet

Once you are at the second tank, turn your attention to the sunken chest. Pull it out of the water by using the Magnesis Rune. You will find an Opal in it. In the third case, you have to destroy a stone wall. Use a bomb to that end and throw it to the vicinity of the barrel. When it is next to the wall, detonate the charge in order to open the path. Use the bomb to also destroy the chest, in which there are five ice arrows. Then swim to the last room to pick up the Spirit Orb.

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Korok

Korok Seeds are small seeds, which will allow you to expand your inventory. Hestu will take the seeds and in exchange expand your inventory slots. You will find a total of 900 seeds in the game, which can be exchanged for 24 additional inventory slots. The seeds can be acquired in a variety of ways. Sometimes it is enough that you pick up a stone, sometimes you need to perform a specific task. You will find information on how best to collect the hidden seeds below. There is also a map, on which you will find the locations of all Korok Seeds, together with explanations on how to acquire them. In certain regions you will find:

Great Plateau – 17 Korok Seeds

Dueling Peaks Tower – 60 Korok Seeds

1 � Return to the Shrine of Resurrection, in the bed you will find grain.

2 � Go to the top of the tower Temple of Time.

3 � The roof of the hut in the forest

4 � Destroy ice rock with fire.

5 � Increase the log with ice block so as to be rolled toward the bridge. Then go for it and take grain.

6 � Use Magnesis Rune, remove the iron from the swamp and put into the trunk of the tree.

Key points of Korok Seeds – The Great Plateau – The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

Others

Flowers

Puzzle

Stones

Jump into the water

You will find a seed in the Shrine of Resurrection - Great Plateau | Korok Seeds - Korok Seeds - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide
You will find a seed in the Shrine of Resurrection

In this region you will find 17 Korok Seeds. You can acquire them in various ways. Most often they are hidden under stones, but sometimes finding them requires perceptiveness and certain skills, that Link has. It also happens that the seeds are hidden in quite unexpected places. Just like in the case of the seed hidden at the shrine (1), in which you start the game.

Place the log in such a way, that you can get to the bridge - Great Plateau | Korok Seeds - Korok Seeds - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide
Place the log in such a way, that you can get to the bridge

You will often have to use the power of the runes you acquired while visiting shrines to get the Korok Seeds. In order to get to the seed you will have to pick up a metal plate, or pave the way to it, just like in the area of the bridge near the Keh Namut Shrine (5). Here, by using a block of ice, you have to lift the wooden log in such a way, that it falls next to the bridge. Then jump onto it and take the seed.

Climb, acquire seeds and enjoy the beautiful vista - Great Plateau | Korok Seeds - Korok Seeds - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide
Climb, acquire seeds and enjoy the beautiful vista

It is also worth climbing up wherever you can. Very often, the seeds can be found on the peaks of mountains or the top of buildings. You will find a similar case, e.g. in the Temple of Time (2). You have to climb to the top of the tower to pick up the Korok Seed. You can use these opportunities to also enjoy Hyrule and its beautiful vistas from large heights.

1 � Climb to the flag mast. At the top get a grain.

2 � Go to the “cave” under the tree.

3 � On top of the gate light the torch.

4 � Get on the stud roof (horse head) and walk up to the windmill.

5 � Using the Magnesis Rune, put iron into a tree trunk.

6 � Riding the horse jump over three obstacles.

7 � Climb to the flag mast.

Key points of Korok Seeds – Dueling Peaks Tower – Tle Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

Stones

Others

Puzzle

Apples

Flowers

Jumps into the water

Shooting chellenges

Make the apples on each tree be in the same location - Dueling Peaks Tower | Korok Seeds - Korok Seeds - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide
Make the apples on each tree be in the same location

In this region you will find 60 Korok Seeds. Most of them are hidden under stones, but in some cases you have to put some effort into getting them. Waiting for you are marksmanship challenges, in which you have to shoot down moving balloons, or shoot down apples from trees in such a way, that the remaining fruits are in the same locations on all three trees.

Jump over the obstacles - Dueling Peaks Tower | Korok Seeds - Korok Seeds - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Guide
Jump over the obstacles

There are also sport competitions. In the case of one of the seeds, it only becomes accessible after getting through three obstacles. You have to jump over the fences while on horseback (6).

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