The Legend of Zelda: Breath of The Wild Catch All

Tuffalo!!

Well ever since i got it... that amiibo has not give me the item back... maybe i cant have two? Now that it is broken... i willuse the Zelda amiibo every day and see if i get it

Darkhaund wrote:

Tuffalo!!

Well ever since i got it... that amiibo has not give me the item back... maybe i cant have two? Now that it is broken... i willuse the Zelda amiibo every day and see if i get it

There may be some randomness to generating it IIRC.

tuffalobuffalo wrote:
Darkhaund wrote:

lol..... i thoguht since it was an exclusive item... it as gone

Well, at any rate, you can respawn Amiibo stuff each day, so you can get that item back.

It's a rare drop, so the odds are lower, but it's not unique. It'll respawn eventually; you could even get more than one if you keep up with the amiibo.

I'm also playing this again. I started fresh and I mostly want to speed through the story so I get an ending this time. Quite enjoying it though!

I have a friend who is not much of a console / NIntendo gamer (currently, was a huge Halo 1/2 and Xbox guy) playing for the first time. He has ended up at the Zora divine beast without having found a fairy fountain after I told him to go looking for more shrines and a couple fountains, with even giving him pretty direct instructions to the Kakariko fairy and he "got distracted" and didn't find it. He's now going on about how hard Waterblight Ganon is...

I forget the name of the town, but it's the town you help build. After it's fully built you can get a merchant there that will sell you several of the unique items in the game IF you have found them and broken them. I believe the hero's shield is included in his inventory. It's extremely expensive however.

After owning it for 3 years and two or three false starts, I’m finally really in to BotW. I’ve done all the Devine beasts and Memories and am now just working on shrines and quests and expansion content until I’m more confident about breaching the castle.

Antichulius wrote:

After owning it for 3 years and two or three false starts, I’m finally really in to BotW. I’ve done all the Devine beasts and Memories and am now just working on shrines and quests and expansion content until I’m more confident about breaching the castle.

FYI the castle is set up so you can make forays into it and back out. I put off visiting it until I was ready to finish the game, and I kind of regret waiting that long to duck in. Not saying you need to go in early, just want to make sure whichever you decide is an informed choice.

Yeah, I went in to get the memory outside Zelda’s study and it was pretty harrowing for my current state. It was good to see how unprepared I am. Need to farm up some ancient armor and arrows before I’ll feel actually ready.

Your posts made me realize that I've never attempted a frontal assault on the castle. I've always flown in, climbed the exterior, and reached Ganon's chamber without actually fighting anything.

Which, for the record, is stunning to me that you can actually do that.

ClockworkHouse wrote:

Your posts made me realize that I've never attempted a frontal assault on the castle. I've always flown in, climbed the exterior, and reached Ganon's chamber without actually fighting anything.

Which, for the record, is stunning to me that you can actually do that.

Oh dang, I flew in to get the memory and played hide and seek with a ton of turrets, but I didn’t think I’d be able to get all the way to Ganon without fighting. Hmmm...

Ooh on my second play through, which I let the kids direct, they pointed me to go straight to the castle after the initial four shrines.

It was an interesting journey that spanned days (weeks?), but, I made it in.

ClockworkHouse wrote:

Your posts made me realize that I've never attempted a frontal assault on the castle. I've always flown in, climbed the exterior, and reached Ganon's chamber without actually fighting anything.

YOU CAN DO THAT?! I went through the front door and ended up running past everything in terror, if I remember this right.

Rolled credits tonight. Man, I seriously over prepared. Like to the extreme. 3 pages of max-fill cooked dishes, 20 ancient arrows, 100+ shock arrows. Went on a Lyonel spree for some good shields and bows. Completed the full Ballad expansion so my blessings recharged like crazy. I was at 25 hearts and two full stamina rings plus a bit more. Oh, and max upgraded ancient armor set.

Overkill to be sure. Ancients and even Lyonels weren’t very scary anymore, just took time to take down. But I went into Ganon purposefully blind about the fight. Wasn’t nearly as hard as I was prepared for it to be. The expansion Ballad Monk was far worse. I’d finally started to get the hang of shield parries and flurry dodge during my Lyonel spree, and they were super handy against Ganon.

BotW earns every praise. Switch clock says over 115 hours and it earns every minute of that. Such a brilliant experience! I see now why Master Mode is such a draw after the first run. I feel the itch. But I don’t want to lose my saves quite yet. Maybe I’ll make a dummy profile or something.

I really don’t want to move on from this yet. I’m going to miss being in that world.

Great news then! Now find all the korok seeds! That's what I'm doing. It's really gets you to check every nook and crany.