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The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom – Anecdotes and Secrets
The practical anecdotes
Some items available in The Legend of Zelda: Breathe of the Wild are also in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. For example, in both games, you can set something on fire to create an updraft to fly away. But in the latest Zelda, there is a little something new! Put a pepper on the ground and burn it, you will produce a much stronger wind. During your adventure, many Korok need you to be able to join their friends. You have to get them from point A to point B every time, and it can be long and difficult, but there is a much faster way! You just need to stick a thruster on the Korogu and know how to aim well so that it arrive directly on arrival. Many creatures are also present in the latest Zelda, and unlike Breath of the Wild, they are much more combative, it is also the case of Lynels, powerful monsters can cause you a lot of damage. To prevent them from attacking you, don’t draw your gun when you get close to them. They will never start a combat if you are disarmed. The video above the article reveals even more secrets on the game.
The funny anecdotes
Since the release of the last Zelda, we can see videos on social networks of very imaginative players. Tears of the Kingdom allows you to do a lot of things and sometimes it’s very funny! For example, in the video above the article, you can see what it feels like when you fuse a flamethrower onto a boomerang and then throw it.. Fusion is one of the most important elements of the game. You can fuse a weapon with any other object to create a more powerful one. But did you know that you can also associate your instrument of combat with a star fragment? And this time you will get lots of little stars ! In Tears of the Kingdom, you can also make offerings to Satori, a mythical creature. For this you just have to put down an apple, but, once the effect is revealed, you can… pick up the apple ! It’s not too much of an offering at this level, but it’s rather practical to know. If you want more tips, go to the video in the header.