In Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, players can do more damage by joining arrows together. Here are the best things to use for this.
As a straight sequel to the much-loved The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Nintendo’s latest game in the series has big shoes to fill. But The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is already showing to be one of the best in this long-running RPG series.
The game’s unique way of fusing is a big reason why it became so famous. Breath of the Wild already had a good resource system, but Tears of the Kingdom improves on it by letting players use resources to improve their weapons. Arrows are some of the best things to fuse in the game, but you should only fuse certain things.
Chuchu Jelly is one of the best blending materials in the game because it can be used for many things and is easy to get. Chuchus are low-level monsters that can be found all over Hyrule. They drop Chuchu Jelly when they die. Even though the blue Chuchu Jelly doesn’t do much, the other colors really shine.
Each type of Chuchu Jelly has an elemental effect that goes with it. For example, white Chuchu Jelly makes Ice Arrows, yellow Chuchu Jelly makes Shock Arrows, and red Chuchu Jelly makes Fire Arrows. Players can look for these types of magical Chuchu, and they can also change the color of blue Chuchu Jelly by throwing a different color of Chuchu Jelly into a pile of blue Chuchu Jelly. Players should never go anywhere without enough Chuchu Jelly to use on their bullets.
With the addition of the Depths, a new realm of Hyrule that is deep underground, Nintendo has also added a whole new set of resources that grow in these dark circumstances. The Puffshroom is one of these resources. It is a mushroom that sends out a strange cloud of seeds.
By joining a Puffshroom to an arrow, players can make a smokescreen that can be used in many ways. When Puff Arrows are fired, they create a big cloud of smoke that can confuse and blind enemies. This can make it easy for players to run away, sneak up on their enemy, or catch them by surprise.
No matter where players go in Hyrule, they will always be close to a lot of food. In Tears of the Kingdom, there are, however, a lot of new ones. Even though apples are still very useless, the addition of Fire Fruit, Shock Fruit, Splash Fruit, Ice Fruit, and Dazzle Fruit is the most interesting thing.
When these foods are combined with arrows, they give the weapon their elemental properties. This is especially useful for Fire Fruit and Ice Fruit, which can keep hurting enemies or stop them in their tracks. Dazzle Fruit is also a good choice because it can be combined with an arrow to make a flashbang that blinds all enemies in its area.
Gibdos, which can be found all over the Gerudo Desert, are one of the enemies that players will meet for the first time in Tears of the Kingdom. These tough enemies can be hard to beat, but when they are killed, their bones and guts can be used as supplies.
Gibdo Bones have the most fusion power in the game, and when combined to weapons, they make them much more powerful. Unfortunately, Gibdo Bones make it easy for guns to break. Because of this, the best way to use them is to combine them with arrows, which only need to be shot once. These Gibdo Bone Arrows do a lot of damage and should be used against bosses.
Anywhere in Hyrule, players who know where to look can mine for rubies, sapphires, topaz, and opals. These gems can be found in shiny obsidian ore sources. They are not too hard to find. Players may be more familiar with how they can be sold for a high price, but they can also be used to make things.
When these four gems are combined with arrows, they have an elemental effect that comes into play. Rubies do damage with fire, Sapphires do damage with ice, Topaz does damage with electricity, and Opals do damage with water. Fused gems have a much bigger blast radius than other elemental materials and can be used to take out large groups of enemies. Still, they’re one of the best ways to make money in the game, so be careful when you use them.
The Muddle Bud, a strange purple flower that looks like a rose, hides in the dark Depths. This plant has a strange smell, and when it hits someone, it does something even stranger. Simply put, the Muddle Bud makes its target lose their bearings and attack anyone or anything that comes too close.
Muddle Buds can be fused to make Muddle Arrows, which are a very useful tool for big camps. By killing an enemy in the middle of a group of Bokoblins, players can watch as the Bokoblins fight amongst themselves. Muddle Arrows are a must-have item for people who would rather let other people fight for them.
The Bomb Flower, which has been a mainstay of Legend of Zelda games in the past, is making a triumphant comeback. Bomb Flowers are blooms that explode and can be used against enemies just like standard bombs. But players should be careful with them or things could actually blow up in their faces.
In Tears of the Kingdom, you can also make Bomb Arrows by combining Bomb Flowers with arrows. These are useful tools that can give a lot of damage to enemies or kill a whole group of them at once. They can also be used to destroy buildings and move things out of the way of players. Just make sure you shoot from a long way away.
When players of Tears of the Kingdom use the fusing features with monster wings. They can really let their arrows fly. By putting a monster wing on an arrow. It can fly faster and farther than it would normally be able to. Because of this, Wing Arrows can be used to hit from far away.
Most of the time, you can get wings from Keese, which are annoyingly common enemies in Happy Wheels game. After even a small amount of exploring, players will probably have enough Keese Wings to last a while. Aerocuda Wings are also a good choice for fusing because they fly farther even when it’s windy.
In Breath of the Wild, it was sometimes hard to hit your target with an arrow. Especially if it was moving. Eyeball Arrows, which are used in Tears of the Kingdom, change that. By combining a monster eyeball with an arrow. Players can unlock what is basically a tracking arrow that will lock onto their intended target.
Also, when Keese Eyeballs are used with elemental powers, these new homing arrows deal the same elemental damage. This gives players fire, electric, and ice arrows that can go straight to their target. Since Keese Eyeballs have two benefits for the price of one, players should keep a lot of them on hand.
The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is now available on Nintendo Switch.